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Segment 1: First time voters share their thoughts on voting in the primary. We visit with first time voters to find out what their experience voting in the primary elections was like and if the physical experience of voting met their expectations. Shelby Matthews , first time voter Wagner Uchoa , first time voter If you're willing to be a source for KCUR's Central Standard's on-going series with first time voters, please fill out this form . Segment 2, beginning at 20:35: Feeding our community. Even though the Heartland supplies a large chunk of the nation's food, many Kansas Citians are still going hungry. On this episode, we dive into a conversation on how to address the food deserts in Kansas City. Beth Low-Smith , vice president of policy, KC Healthy Kids Rachel Jefferson , executive director, Historic Northeast Midtown Association Max Kaniger , founder, Kanbe's Markets
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WESTERVILLE, Ohio — Two high-stakes elections that tested President Donald Trump's clout and cost both parties millions of dollars were too close to call on Wednesday. Trump claimed victory in one nevertheless and proclaimed himself '5 for 5' for Tuesday's Election Day.

In battleground Ohio, the president took credit for Republican Troy Balderson's performance, calling it "a great victory," though the congressional contest could be headed to a recount. Democrats could also celebrate their strong showing in the district that has gone Republican for decades.

"We're not stopping now," Democrat Danny O'Connor told cheering supporters Tuesday night. Whoever is eventually declared the winner in the special election will take office immediately but only until the end of the year. The two men will face off again in November for the full 2019-2020 term.

But Trump declared unconditional victory, tweeting Wednesday, "As long as I campaign and/or support Senate and House candidates (within reason), they will win!"

He claimed to have helped five GOP candidates win, including Bill Schuette for Michigan governor, John James for Michigan Senate and Josh Hawley for Missouri Senate. "5 for 5!" Trump tweeted.

Though, as in Ohio, the Kansas primary for governor was too close to call.

With election officials halting the vote count Wednesday morning, Secretary of State Kris Kobach led incumbent Gov. Jeff Colyer by fewer than 200 votes. It could be several days before all absentee votes are counted.

The day's races in five states, like many before them, tested the persistence of Trump's fiery supporters and the momentum of the Democratic Party's anti-Trump resistance.

The results were helping determine the political landscape — and Trump's standing within his own party — as the GOP defends its House and Senate majorities this fall.

If Balderson holds on in Ohio, Republicans will have won eight of nine special House elections since 2016, most in Republican-leaning districts.

In Kansas, Republicans were fighting among themselves in an unusual battle for governor in which the president sided with the incumbent's challenger.

A new state law allows ballots postmarked as of Tuesday to be counted, so long as they arrive within three days of Election Day.

Kobach received a late endorsement from Trump. Colyer received the endorsement of the National Rifle Association and had the backing of Kansas political legend Bob Dole.

Should the polarizing Kobach win the primary, some Republican operatives fear he could lose the governorship to Democrats this fall. The race could become further disrupted if Kansas City-area businessman Greg Orman makes it onto the November ballot. He submitted petitions Monday with more than 10,000 signatures for what could become the most serious independent run for Kansas governor in decades.

Trump made his preference clear for Kobach.

"He is a fantastic guy who loves his State and our Country - he will be a GREAT Governor and has my full & total Endorsement! Strong on Crime, Border & Military," the president tweeted on the eve of the election.

In Kansas' 3rd Congressional District, Sharice Davids became the state's first Native American and gay nominee for Congress.

The 38-year-old attorney and activist prevailed in a close six-candidate Democratic primary and will face four-term Republican Rep. Kevin Yoder.

Davids edged labor lawyer Brent Welder, who received the endorsements and a June campaign visit from Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and New York House candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Democrats are targeting the district, which includes the state's metropolitan Kansas City area. Hillary Clinton narrowly won it in the 2016 presidential race.

In Ohio, the script for the special election was somewhat familiar this year: An experienced Trump loyalist, Balderson, was fighting a strong challenge from O'Connor, a fresh-faced Democrat in the state's 12th congressional District, a Columbus-area suburban area held by the Republican Party for more than three decades. As voters were going to the polls, Trump said Balderson would make a "great congressman."

The winner takes the seat previously held by Pat Tiberi, a nine-term incumbent who resigned to take a job with an Ohio business group.

There were at least 3,367 provisional ballots left to be reviewed. That's enough for O'Connor to potentially pick up enough to force a recount.

The Associated Press does not declare winners in races subject to an automatic recount.

In a special election season that featured nearly a dozen congressional contests, Democrats claimed just a handful of wins, but they may have cause for optimism this fall. In virtually every special election test dating back to the spring of 2017, Democratic candidates performed significantly better than their party had in those same places two years earlier.

Trump won Ohio's 12th Congressional District, for example, by more than 11 points in 2016; on Tuesday night, Balderson and O'Connor were separated by less than 1 point.

There are 79 House races this fall considered more competitive than the Ohio district — at least looking at Trump's 2016 performance — according to data compiled by the Democrats' national campaign committee.

Despite the deadlocked race, the details of the Ohio returns suggest considerably higher Democratic enthusiasm less than 100 days before the midterms.

O'Connor's total of nearly 100,000 votes far exceeded what the Republican Tiberi's Democratic opponent got in 2014. Balderson's total — just more than 101,500 votes — was barely two-thirds of Tiberi's 2014 mark of about 150,000.

"Over the next three months, I'm going to do everything I can to keep America great again, so that when we come back here in November — get ready, we gotta come back here in November — I have earned your vote for a second time," Balderson told supporters.

It's unclear how much Trump's support helped or hurt Balderson. Described by campaign operatives as a "Whole Foods" district, the largely suburban region features a more affluent and educated voter base than the typical Trump stronghold.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a leading voice in the GOP's shrinking anti-Trump wing, once represented the district in Congress.

At times, the race centered on Trump's tax cuts as much as the candidates.

O'Connor and his Democratic allies railed against the tax plan, casting it as a giveaway for the rich that exacerbates federal deficits and threatens Medicare and Social Security. Balderson and his Republican allies have backed away from the tax plan in recent weeks, training their fire instead on top House Democrat Nancy Pelosi.

O'Connor's campaign spent $2.25 million on advertising compared to Balderson's $507,000, according to campaign tallies of ad spending. But the Republican campaign arm and its allied super PAC picked up the slack, spending more than $4 million between them.

In Michigan , former state Rep. Rashida Tlaib is poised to become the first Muslim woman in Congress. She won the Democratic nomination to run unopposed in November.

The field was set in two Senate contests.

In Missouri, Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill claimed her party's nomination, while state Attorney General Josh Hawley will represent the GOP.

And in Michigan, Democratic Sen. Debbie Stabenow will take on military veteran and business executive John James, who won the GOP nomination. James would join Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina as the chamber's only black Republicans.

Trump tweeted that James is "a potential Republican star."

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Peoples reported from Washington. Associated Press writers John Hanna in Topeka, Kansas, and Angie Wang in Westerville, Ohio, contributed.

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Troy Balderson, Republican candidate for Ohio's 12th Congressional District, greets a crowd of supporters during an election night party Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018, in Newark, Ohio. (AP Photo/Jay LaPrete)

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Kansas Republican gubernatorial candidate Kris Kobach greets supporters during his primary election watch party on Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018, at the Capitol Plaza Hotel in Topeka, Kan. (Chris Neal/The Topeka Capital-Journal via AP)

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Danny O'Connor, the Franklin County recorder, shakes hands with supporters during an election night watch party at the Ohio Civil Service Employees Association, Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018, in Westerville, Ohio. O'Connor ran against Republican Troy Balderson in a special election race for Ohio's 12th District after the retirement of Pat Tiberi who served as the U.S. Representative from 2001-2018 in the reliably Republican district. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

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FILE - In this May 30, 2018, file photo, Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer, right, answers a question from reporters as Lt. Gov. Tracey Mann, left, listens during a news conference in Topeka, Kan. Colyer and immigration hardliner Kris Kobach were virtually tied atop a seven-candidate field with nearly two-thirds of the precincts counted in the primary, late Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018. (AP Photo/John Hanna, File)

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Voters cast their ballots among an array of electronic voting machines in a polling station at the Noor Islamic Cultural Center, Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018, in Dublin, Ohio. Two-term state Sen. Troy Balderson, is fighting off a strong challenge from Democrat Danny O'Connor, a 31-year-old county official, in a congressional district held by the Republican Party for more than three decades. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

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Michigan U.S. Senate candidate John James gives a thumbs up after casting his ballot on Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018 at Orchard United Methodist Church in Farmington Hills, Mich. (Max Ortiz/Detroit News via AP)

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Abdul El-Sayed, Democratic candidate for Michigan governor, visits his Detroit field office to thank all of the volunteers for their hard work on the campaign Tuesday, Aug.7, 2018, in Detroit. (ClarenceTabb Jr./Detroit News via AP)
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On Wednesday morning, when it became clear that Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach could potentially control the whisker thin recount of his race for Kansas governor—a race in which Kobach currently holds a razor thin lead pending review and a possible recount—other Kansas officials were quick to say that Kobach would “do the right thing” and recuse himself. They said that Kobach would be “well advised to remove any appearance of impropriety” and that “fairness would dictate that Mr. Kobach personally recuse himself” and that both legal and ethical guidelines would lead Kobach to stepping back.

Which obviously proved that no other Kansan has have ever met Kris Kobach. Because the “voter fraud expert” who chaired Trump’s commission and loudly announced there were “three to five million” illegal votes out there based on zero evidence, is suddenly convinced that 191 votes is such a huge margin that there’s simply no point in even looking at it. As the Kansas City Star reports, Kobach is shocked, shocked, that his opponent would even consider such a thing.

“If the margin is less than 10 votes or something extraordinarily close, I would expect any person to call for a recount,” Kobach said. “A recount would take a significant amount of time to do a recount statewide. It also depends on what kind.”

Yeah. If the margin was just 0.003 percent, instead of an enormous 0.06 percent … then it might be worth a recount. It’s not like anyone ever overcame a 191 vote difference. Well, anyone other than Al Franken, who went to the Senate after a recount altered the vote total by 206 votes. Well, not anyone except Franken and Christine Gregoire, who took the governorship of Washington after a recount moved the vote by 262. 

In fact, while 538 points out that recounts rarely affect the outcome of elections, in the 27 statewide recounts that took place between 2000 and 2016, the average change in the outcome was 219 votes. Which is, hmm, more than Kobach’s current edge in Kansas. So yes. Maybe this recount is worth doing, even if it takes a “significant amount of time.” 


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2018 Recruiting: Ronnie Bell Brian August 7th, 2018 at 10:30 AM

Previously: Last year's profiles. S Sammy Faustin, S German Green, CB Gemon Green, CB Vincent Gray, CB Myles "Spider" Sims, LB Cameron McGrone, DE Taylor Upshaw, DE Julius Welschof, DE Aidan Hutchinson, OL Jalen Mayfield, OL Ryan Hayes, TE Luke Schoonmaker, TE Mustapha Muhammad.

 
Kansas City, MO — 6'1", 170
 

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24/7 3*, #1178 overall
#13 MO, #169 WR
Rivals 2*, 5.2 rating
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ESPN 3*, 73 rating
#16 MO, #210 WR
Composite 3*, #1477 overall
#18 MO, #213 WR
Other Suitors K-State
YMRMFSPA Jeremy Gallon
Previously On MGoBlog Hello post from Ace.
Notes No twitter! Missouri State basketball decommit.

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Senior:

Ronnie Bell is the kind of recruit who assumes that Bill in Social Studies is at it again when someone tells him Michigan's on the phone:

“I went through the entire football season, and it wasn’t until a month after football season ended [that Michigan reached out]. Mentally, I was like, ‘Dang, football isn’t going to happen.’ I can’t even explain how surprised I was. I was like, ‘What?!’ I thought for sure I was being pranked.”

At the time Bell was headed to Missouri State for basketball, which he'd committed to before an 89-catch, 1600+ yard senior season on the gridiron. He was the Kansas City area's player of the year, and that's a fairly large area with several P5 recruits annually. But still the phone did not ring unless Bill in Social Studies had managed to slip his minders yet again.

Michigan only stumbled on him because Harbaugh's brother-in-law is a basketball coach in the area and tipped him off towards the end of that monster season. Michigan put on the tape, and:

"There's got to be a problem here," Harbaugh thought.

There was not. And Harbaugh isn't just blowing smoke about a flier Michigan took. Let's take the unusual step of embedding his highlights in the body of the post, because you may as well scout the guy too:

That is good tape.

[After the JUMP: hermit story]

Bad tape has a lot of wide open easy catches and replays. Bell's tape has a lot of high-pointed balls in traffic and a healthy number of circus catches, with routine balls limited to touchdowns because all touchdowns must go in highlight reels no matter how banal. He's obviously too dang skinny, but being a basketball recruit first and foremost through November of 2017 explains that away rather nicely. That also helps explain the bizarre shape of Bell's recruitment. Harbaugh again:

"He didn't go to any of the shoe camps. The Adidas camp, the Nike camp, or the Under Armour camp. He was busy playing AAU basketball."

Harbaugh said Bell played AAU basketball every summer since the sixth grade, keeping him from attending camps populated by football coaches.

Bell's avoidance of camps was so strident as to be obtuse. His head coach:

Ronnie never attended a single camp or do the other things kids do to get recruited. Ronnie never did that. He played in games and practiced with us while other kids were going to this and that, he was declining invitations. Colleges were saying 'come here and run a 40' and he would skip that to come to weights and football practice that afternoon.

I was telling kids to feel free to skip a gym practice for camp or anything you want to and he thought that was ludicrous and I think that hurt him. He didn't get out on the radar, he wasn't chasing them down, and some schools would come in and see the film and were ready to bite, but I think they were waiting for someone to bite first and then it took off when football season started and he was a freak since week one. We all saw it, we knew it, but I think the schools just missed.

Ronnie Bell lives high on a mountaintop and only permits the villagers to ask one question of him every harvest. If that question is "do you play football?" he arcs a single eyebrow and smiles tightly. It is entirely appropriate that Bell's commit announcement wasn't even a tweet but an update to his twitter bio. Then I think he deleted his twitter.

Anyway: that's a pretty good, convincing story why Bell was off everyone's radar. And once he got on someone's there was a reassuring scramble. When Michigan came in with an offer there was a flood of other interest that may have turned into a healthy offer list if Bell hadn't immediately committed to Michigan and returned to his hermit lifestyle. Kansas State was on the verge of an offer; Nebraska, Penn State, and Notre Dame also got on the phone more or less immediately. The sincerity of those inquiries is impossible to judge, obviously.

The hermit lifestyle means that scouting is basically nonexistent. There was a brief round of articles immediately post-commit seemingly based off just highlight film. Woody Wommack confirms that Bell is a human with the proper number of limbs:

"He looks pretty good. He's a little undersized but he's definitely productive and looks good playing receiver. He knows how to get off the line and seems to get open whenever he wants."

Allen Trieu did give it a crack for 24/7:

Smooth, glides around the field and shows good elusiveness, short-area quickness, and change of direction. Does not exhibit elite long speed ... does not have any on-record, reliable times. Tracks the ball and adjusts to passes very naturally. Competitive as a blocker. Conscientious and hard-working kid ... will have to get stronger ... Intangibles -- football smarts, competitive nature and attention to detail -- are likely to allow him to play and produce beyond his measurables.

Trieu's last sentence there is important. Bell's father was the WR coach at Missouri Western until he decided to focus on his son's potential career, and Bell is really, really a coach's son. He's whatever the coaching equivalent of a gym rat is:

I remember he spent a lot of time in college film rooms and he was out there on the field for college practices, so he's very smart. He would come to the sidelines in our games, grab an Ipad and start showing kids what was happening and talking to the quarterbacks. ...he came to our Sunday coaches meetings. He came to every single one of them. We would gather on Sundays, go over the offensive and defensive game plan together and he was at every one of them, ate food, watched through the gameplan and knew everything that was going on.

Steve Lorenz reported shortly after Bell's commitment that the staff "was really impressed with Bell's explosiveness, ball skills and especially his body control" and that his vertical was "massive"; the opposing coach in the article Rivals always does said he had "speed and explosiveness" plus "great hands and quick feet." Elsewhere Brandon Brown put a number on that vert: 40 inches.

Folks are always taking bouncy basketball wings and turning them into tight ends. Here Michigan is taking a guard and doing the same. It's not a bad bet, and when the guy is also amongst the most productive WRs in the country it's a better bet still. Despite Michigan's clear desperation at the point they struck upon Bell he seems like a legitimate sleeper worth the swing.

Etc.: nope.

Why Jeremy Gallon? Bell is much taller, granted, and much lower-rated, granted. He still projects as a surprise outside receiver who uses his relentless attention to detail and resemblance to Snoop from The Wire to outsmart and intimidate opposing defensive backs. Think it's a bad idea to throw up a fade to a six-foot guy? Well, let me tell you about Jeremy Gallon and his rocket boots.

Bell probably won't have the opportunity to be the #1 until deep into his career and that'll separate him from Gallon but if he goes for 300 yards against Indiana remember I told you so. (If he disappears into a hole, forget this post entirely.)

Other comparables include Grant Perry, another super-productive high school receiver who's a bigger slot or smaller outside WR, and Mario Manningham if Michigan rolls like three critical hits in a row.

Guru Reliability: Nil. Unscouted except for some local efforts.

Variance: Moderate. Not huge but will fill out. Super productive and the most coach kid of all coach kids. Floor relatively high.

Ceiling: Moderate-plus. Maybe he's a secret Manningham but probably he's a good #2.

General Excitement Level: Moderate-plus. If Bell was the second guy in a two-WR class with a touted dude that would be just fine with me. As the only dude in his year I'm a little fussed, but not about Bell. He's got a good story, good film, and a ton of production. He's likely to contribute.

Projection: Near-certain redshirt as he transitions away from basketball training and packs on sufficient pounds to not get broken in half. Large and good WR class in front of him should block him through 2020, and then it'll depend on just how those guys develop. If Black and DPJ are still around hard to see Bell passing them; if they're NFL-bound he's going to be in with Martin and Collins for reps.

Slot versatility will help; Bell's career might look like Grant Perry's if Michigan suddenly needed Perry to be the #1 guy as a senior.

bronxblue

August 7th, 2018 at 12:51 PM ^

His Hello post was reasonably effusive as well, which was also surprising given the feelings shown toward other lower-rated WRs.  

I do think he has a potential to be a solid #2; he's athletic enough to battle for balls, and he does feel like a legit 2-sport athlete who can grow into the position as he focuses on it.  

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mgobaran

August 7th, 2018 at 1:09 PM ^

I liked his tape back during the commitment post, and Harbaugh talked about Bell and his weird recruitment more than a few times on his podcast. Harbaugh seems sold on him, and what I've see tells me why. 6'1" is plenty tall enough, and his production against a decent level of competition backs it up too. 

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LeCheezus

August 7th, 2018 at 11:05 AM ^

I don't understand why some of these guys with insane HS production end up ranked so low.  I get that they might not be 4/5* guys due to measurables, but do the ranking services really think a guy with Bell/Perry level of HS production just won't find a way to get open at the next level?  You'd think guys like this would end up in the 400-600 composite range, yet every year there are DE's that have played one season of football in the top 100 because they can run fast and have long arms, ignoring the fact that they have terrible pad level and uh, don't really know how to play football.

Here is another example of a player on Michigan - List of HS accomplishments:

Honors and Rankings
• USA-Today All-Ohio Defensive Player of the Year
• Named Ohio’s Division I Defensive Player of the Year by the Associated Press
• Member of Maxpreps 2016 Football All American team
• OHSAA Defensive Player of the Year honors

That is preferred walk-on Matt Brown.  I can see how HS stars become average P5 players but it is amazing to me that they can basically become unranked nobodies to the ranking services.

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Kevin13

August 7th, 2018 at 11:13 AM ^

It’s tough to see all kids and these services like rivals wants them at their camp. They don’t come to their camp and their rating takes a hit. Bell may turn out to be a stud but as stated never attended camp and everyone assumed he would play basketball so never looked at him. This is where good coaches find those diamonds in the rough 

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Ali G Bomaye

August 7th, 2018 at 11:26 AM ^

The recruiting "services" are businesses that are focused on profit margin. It's far more efficient for them to send a scout to a camp where he might see 30 or 40 top prospects than to watch tape of high school games that might have 1 or 2 prospects. They save more money by maintaining minimal staffing levels, and missing prospects like Bell or Brown, than they would make by being more accurate and scouting those guys.

Joined: 07/08/2008

MGoPoints: 13010

uofmfan_13

August 7th, 2018 at 1:50 PM ^

Exactly right.  Brian, Ace and company have done a great job of discussing the state of the current recruiting/scouting industry.  Particularly as it pertains to football, it is consolidated and hyper-focused on just a few camps and a few all-star events and shoe company showcases.  "Underwear football" is how many guys are judged, not the actual body of work in pads, etc.  

https://www.3starsleepers.com/2018/05/27/return-of-the-sleeper-croot-recruiting-industry-consolidation-will-mean-more-athletes-going-under-scouted/

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Michigan4Life

August 7th, 2018 at 3:24 PM ^

By the same token, there are a lot of ultra productive HS players who never done anything in D1 level. It's a totally different game from HS where you're often the best athlete as opposed to D1 level where everyone is a good athlete.

Same reason why ultra productive college players who don't pan out in the NFL.

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JonnyHintz

August 8th, 2018 at 11:11 AM ^

What it really boils down to is how lazy these sites have gotten. They hardly do any in-game scouting anymore, so if you’re a guy who doesn’t go to camps you’re going to fly under the radar. Which is why so many people take recruiting rankings with a grain of salt anyway. A guy like Bell who is probably a low 4*/high 3* type gets ranked outside the top 1000 and is ignored completely by the sites until after he commits.

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Indiana Blue

August 7th, 2018 at 11:19 AM ^

Love the under the radar guys, who have great athletic skills.  Bonus ... if he did delete his Twitter account, Hail to him.  This country would be a better place w/o Facebook and Twitter, and all the 13 year olds that can pose as adults (plus those adults that act like they're 13 years old).

Go Blue!

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MaizeAndBlueWahoo

August 7th, 2018 at 2:05 PM ^

These days whenever a player doesn't do the usual Twitter maneuvers, I actually do consider it a major plus.  UVA has a DT commit for 2019 whose rankings and offers should have placed him a thousand miles beyond UVA's reach.  When he released his top ten I thought "we actually have a shot" because, instead of having a huge fancy graphic made with logos and a picture of him in a thunderstorm (or, like, being a thunderstorm), he just typed them into Twitter.  A revolutionary idea.  Sure enough, he committed to UVA over Ohio State, a whole mess of SEC offers, and goodness knows what else.

A lack of social media interest or savvy seems to be an indicator of high intelligence and character in football and basketball recruits.  (To be clear, it doesn't work the other way around.)  It's weird, but welcome to 2018, I guess.

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Barn Animal

August 7th, 2018 at 11:26 AM ^

Me at the start of Bell’s film: “this guy looks pretty good, probably a bit underrated”

Once the leaping contested catches began: “Holy shit Harbaugh unearthed a dude.”

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curtalv8

August 7th, 2018 at 11:35 AM ^

This puts me a little at ease. However, I'm still concerned that we are taking 2 super dark horse projects in back to back classes with not one elite WR. DPJ and Black won't be here forever

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A think piece for KCMO bloody August and the scary conclusion to Summer . . .

'Spring Breakers': An Appreciation of the Movie-Length Meditation on Britney Spears

Closer to home, here are the top recent local crime links . . .

Hard Time For Jackson County Jail Romeo After Scheme Busted

Inmate sentenced for smuggling contraband into Jackson County jail

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - An inmate who ran a conspiracy to smuggle contraband such as cell phones into the Jackson County Detention Center will serve time in federal prison. Carlos Laron Hughley, 33, was sentenced Wednesday to six years and six months in prison for conspiracy and using a telephone to further unlawful activity.


No Discount For Kansas City Northeast Alleged Serial Burglar
Judge declines to reduce serial burglar's bond
Suspected Kansas City Schizophrenic Shooter Will Stand Trial As Adult

17-year-old charged with Kansas City man's murder on Valentine's Day

The Jackson County Prosecutor's Office has announced charges against a 17-year-old relating to the Valentine's Day murder of a Kansas City man. Zaire A. Williams, 17, has been charged with the February 14 fatal shooting of 39-year-old David Willard. Willard was found shot to death on the kitchen floor of a home in the 2600 block of Cleveland.




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          Bird Scooters Plucked From KCMO Plaza      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   


Today's news that will inconvenience soy boys across the metro looking to promenade thru Kansas City's premiere entertainment district on the latest transit toy . . .

In a statement, Meredith Keeler, the General Manager of the Plaza, said "safety incidents" caused the current ban of the rentable scooters.

"Since our streets are public, the City was within its rights to make the decision to allow Bird to operate on the Plaza without involving our management team," Keeler said. "After safety incidents resulted in numerous customer and tenant complaints, Bird is pausing its operations until we can assess whether scooters are the right addition to our pedestrian-heavy district . . .

"A city spokesperson said the "no-ride zone" is a business decision made by Bird and "we are encouraging Bird to continue to communicate with neighborhood associations and business districts as it expands its services."

"Bird says it proactively made that decision after receiving feedback from city officials about its presence on the Plaza.

"In the Bird app, the Plaza is currently marked as a no ride zone, according to a statement from the company. "We are in communication with city officials regarding the Plaza and are working together to ensure Bird is operating in accordance with city guidelines," a spokesperson said."


Links:

KSHB: Bird scooters banned from the Country Club Plaza

KCUR: Bird officials confirm the Country Club Plaza is now a “no-ride zone.”

Fox4KC: Country Club Plaza deemed no fly zone for Bird electric scooters

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First, fashion news and the circle of life . . .

Daily Mail: Kate Upton exhibits her famous assets in racy lingerie for smouldering new campaign... ahead of announcing pregnancy

Radar: Kate Upton’s Big Boob Blunder: ‘They’re Growing Out Of Control & Weighing Her Down!’

Sun: Pregnant Kate Upton proves she will a be model mum as she dazzles in turquoise and black lingerie

Closer to home, here are more than a few links worth a look this evening . . .

Kansas City Tiny House Community For Veterans Grows Even Bigger

Small space a big success for Veterans Community Project

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Veterans Community Project started on Veterans Day in 2015. With the original goal of 30 tiny homes for 30 homeless veterans, the organization is well on its way. "We're really making a difference," said Brandon Mixon, co-founder of the Veterans Community Project.


Tragic Crash Aftermath Report

Woman dead after vehicle travels 80 feet through the air in KCK

Authorities in Kansas City, KS, say a woman has died after her vehicle flew 80 feet through the air and she was ejected Wednesday morning.


Calling Out More Emergency Workers

Local governments use creative methods to recruit, train 911 dispatchers

With 911 dispatchers in high demand across the country, some agencies in the Kansas City area are doing their best to fill positions. "We have a lot of new-hires and we're still conducting interviews to get ourselves fully-staffed," said Tamara Bazzle, a communications training supervisor with the Kansas City Police Department.


Meet The New Kansas City Tourism Boss

Visit KC snags Jason Fulvi as new CEO - Kansas City Business Journal

After a nationwide search, Visit KC has found its next CEO. Jason Fulvi will take the helm of the tourism nonprofit effective Sept. 12. The hospitality and tourism industry veteran most recently was executive vice president at VisitPittsburgh.


Choke On This Kansas City

Air-quality alert in place for Thursday afternoon

Sunny and hot conditions expected for the first Chiefs game of the pre-season


Mayor Sly Talks Diverse Tech Scene

Digital Workforce launch emphasizes freelancing for diverse 'solopreneurs'

"This room should mirror our city," said Sly James, repeating a common refrain used throughout his time as Kansas City mayor. But as he addressed a crowd of freelance workers taking part Monday morning in the city's launch of the Digital Workforce Development Initiative (DWDI), the remark came with a less-frequent follow-up.


Movie Promo From The Pitch

With BlacKkKlansman, KU professor (and Spike Lee collaborator) Kevin Willmott has written one of the most important and surreal films of the summer

Willmott Less than hour after walking out of BlacKkKlansman , I spoke by phone with Kevin Willmott. Along with the film's director, Spike Lee, Willmott co-wrote the film, which arrives in theaters August 10. Willmott also happens to live around here: he's a professor of film and media studies at the University of Kansas.


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          The Linda And Mitch Hart Institute For Women Conductors Class Of 2018 Announced      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The Dallas Opera is proud to announce the names of the twelve distinguished professionals (six conductors, two administrators, and four observers) selected to participate in the fourth annual residency of the Linda and Mitch Hart Institute for Women Conductors at The Dallas Opera taking place Oct. 28 - Nov. 10, 2018 in Dallas, Texas:

  • Sonia Ben-Santamaria (France)
  • Priscila Bomfim (Brazil)
  • Sarah Penicka-Smith (Australia)
  • Audrey Saint-Gil (France/USA)
  • Maria Sensi Sellner (USA)
  • Emily Senturia (USA)

Working to address a long-standing issue at the podium, The Dallas Opera in 2015 launched a unique, new residential program-one of only three in the world-designed to provide training and career support for distinctively talented women conductors on the cusp of major international careers. Female conductors, as well as accomplished women singers, opera coaches, accompanists, and instrumentalists with established careers seeking to develop new skills at the podium, were encouraged to apply.

"At this point in my career," observes conductor Priscila Bomfim, "I could not receive better news than the opportunity to participate in the Hart Institute for Women Conductors at The Dallas Opera, supporting the women who have accepted the challenges of conducting in the opera world."

"For me, the Hart Institute embodies the American Dream," writes Audrey Saint-Gil. "Work hard, dream big, and grab your opportunity tight with both hands when it comes."

The initiative received vital foundational support from the Richard and Enika Schulze Foundation. Naming support came through the generosity of Linda and Mitch Hart.

Additional support for the 2018 Hart Institute comes from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Baker Botts LLP, Cindy and Charlie Feld, Jenifer and Peter Flynn, Susan and Mark Geyer, Holly and Tom Mayer, Betty and Steve Suellentrop, and Martha and Max Wells.

Made possible by an OPERA America Innovation Grant, supported by the Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation.

Ian Derrer, The Dallas Opera's Kern Wildenthal General Director and CEO notes: "This proven program - by recognizing the contributions of exceptionally talented women in classical music - helps focus vision for conductors, music directors and administrators by showcasing their rich array of skills. Because recognition and vision lead directly to opportunity.

"I was deeply committed to providing leadership roles for women during my tenure as general director of Kentucky Opera," Derrer adds, "and that continues in Dallas. The extraordinary generosity of our underwriters and the enthusiasm of The Dallas Opera Board show that we are on the right track to improve gender parity on the podium."

A total of 51 women conductors and professional musicians heeded the call in 2018, despite even more stringent admissions requirements this year. Applicants from 19 countries included music directors, principal and assistant conductors, concertmasters and music staff from top-ranked symphonies, opera companies, and conservatories.

"Getting into the Hart Institute will be a game-changer for me," observed conductor Sarah Penicka-Smith. "I value the existence of a program which addresses the whole conductor, not just her technique, and I hope this will allow us to develop as many unique models of what it means to be a conductor as there are women to fill those positions."

Maria Sensi Sellner agrees: "I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the team of exceptional mentors and advisors assembled by The Dallas Opera, and to broaden my community of female colleagues, as we work towards equity on the podium."

Adds conductor Emily Senturia, "I look forward to learning from industry leaders and the other talented women who have been chosen to participate in this groundbreaking program."

As is the case each year, four talented U.S. observers were chosen to "audit" the 2018 Institute: Laurann Gilley, Laura Giuli, Amy Owens, and Sara Parkinson.

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The 2018 Linda and Mitch Hart Institute will consist of hands-on master classes with the Mrs. Eugene McDermott Music Director, Emmanuel Villaume; TDO's Martha R. and Preston A. Peak Principal Guest Conductor Nicole Paiement and Carlo Montanaro, a renowned Italian conductor who made his official TDO debut last season in La Traviata.

Sessions include career advancement seminars with experienced professionals; topical industry discussions; intensive one-on-ones and networking opportunities; as well as the chance to conduct The Dallas Opera Orchestra in a public concert in the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House at the AT&T Performing Arts Center on the evening of November 10, 2018 (additional details to be announced).

As part of TDO's five-year commitment to each institute "class" of conductors, alumnae will be invited to summer reunions for additional masterclasses with piano and singers, and a series of seminars about the business of music.

Conductor Sonia Ben-Santamaria writes: "A huge thank you to The Dallas Opera's Hart Institute for being the precursor in promoting and nurturing female talent worldwide."

"Although still in the early stages," says Dallas Opera Director of Artistic Administration David Lomeli, "The Institute appears to be having a pronounced positive impact on the field, with Hart Institute alumnae being singled out for important appointments, projects, and commissions in both the opera and symphonic world."

Marc A. Scorca, President and CEO of OPERA America, earlier remarked: "The Dallas Opera continues to expand its influence and stature among American opera companies, as shown by this exciting new initiative.? The company is to be applauded for taking a significant step to remedy the existing gender imbalance on the podium.? This effort complements OPERA America's support of the work of female opera composers and promises to enrich the art form by encouraging more gifted artists to express themselves through opera."

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While the Hart Institute began with a focus on supporting talented conductors, the challenges faced by?women opera administrators?are equally daunting.? To address this imbalance, The Dallas Opera last year added a new component to the Hart Institute: Through 2022, TDO will invite between two and four American opera administrators to participate each season.? These women will be selected on the basis of their potential to become leaders of one of America's top opera companies at a later point in their careers.

The 2018 Hart Institute Administrators are:

  • Nicole Eubanks (Lyric Opera of Kansas City)
  • Brooke Tolley (Opera Roanoke)

The selected opera administrators will have access to all group sessions and special sessions during the annual residency in Dallas.? This curriculum includes the role of the board, leadership development, personal branding, media and PR training, effective artist management, and navigating recruiting processes for senior level positions.? To continue to develop their musical skills, which is essential for any opera executive, the administrators will observe rehearsals with The Dallas Opera Orchestra and conducting master classes.? Special sessions on Development, Finance, and Marketing will be offered as well.

One of the goals of the program is to construct a wide network of influential female leaders in the administrative offices of performing arts organizations, both large and small, as well as onstage and in the orchestra pit.

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2018 Hart Institute Conductors

SONIA BEN-SANTAMARIA (FRANCE)

Sonia Ben-Santamaria is the first female conductor to be associated with the Royal Opera House Jette Parkers young artists programme 2017/2018. Highlights of her season includes shadowing Sir Antonio Pappano on Shostakovitch's Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, leading the Youth Opera Company chorus on Barrie Kosky's Carmen and conducting the presentation of The Monstrous Child. Originally Spanish but French born, Sonia trained at the Conservatoire de Toulouse, the Royal Academy of Music, the National Opera Studio, London, and was subsequently offered a position at the English National Opera as trainee repetiteur and vocal coach. Sonia is the proud founder of Glass Ceiling Orchestra, a socially engaged chamber orchestra which promotes equal opportunities, female conductors and composers. Future engagements include Un Ballo in Maschera for Opera Holland Park.

PRISCILA BOMFIM (BRAZIL)

Priscila Bomfim is Assistant Conductor and Pianist at Theatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro, and was the first woman to conduct in this Opera season. Worked at Bidu Sayão Opera Academy, preparing young opera singers in this theater, Ms. Bomfim also performed concertos with the Orquestra Sinfônica da Bahia, with Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Chile, Youth Symphony Orchestra of Saint Petersburg, Orquestra Filarmônica de Minas Gerais, and Orquestras Sinfônicas de Santo André e Cesgranrio, under the guidance of renowned conductors. As a pianist, Ms. Bomfim has performed with International Artists and singers. Priscila was born in Portugal, where she won her first piano contest as a nine-year- old child. She graduated and achieved her Master's degree at Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro.

SARAH PENICKA-SMITH (AUSTRALIA)

Dr. Sarah Penicka-Smith is a freelance conductor and vocal coach. She is Director of Music at St Andrew's College, Principal Conductor with Macquarie Singers, Artistic Director of Opera Prometheus and Pacific Pride Choir, and a partner of Penicka-Smith Arts & Event Management, along with her wife Melanie. From 2005-2017, Sarah was Music Director of the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Choir, where she worked on a range of pioneering projects. She has worked with Sydney Philharmonia Choirs since 2005 as a chorusmaster and workshop presenter, and conducted orchestras that include the University of Sydney Intercol Orchestra, Willoughby Symphony Orchestra, Kuringai Philharmonic Orchestra, and Penrith Symphony Orchestra. Sarah is an alumna of the Symphony Australia Conductor Development Program and holds a PhD from the University of Sydney.

AUDREY SAINT-GIL (FRANCE/USA)

French conductor, Audrey Saint-Gil graduated summa cum laude in solo piano concurrent with her PhD in Greek Philosophy. Her career and operatic passion began at the Théâtre du Capitôle, Toulouse, followed by appointments as Head Vocal Coach of the Ecole Normale, Paris and as assistant conductor to Bertrand de Billy in Vienna.?A US resident since 2007, Ms Saint-Gil was engaged as assistant conductor at NYCO, WNO, Cincinnati and Ravinia Festivals, and frequently with LA Opera alongside James Conlon and Plácido Domingo. She is the French Opera specialist at Philadelphia's AVA and guest vocal coach at the ROH, Covent Garden and Bayerische Staatsoper.?Current projects include conducting La Traviata, Narnia Festival, Italy; Bizet at HGO and recitals in Salzburg, Copenhagen and San Francisco with her partner, Christopher Maltman.

MARIA SENSI SELLNER (USA)

Maria Sensi Sellner is recognized for her artistry and versatility as a conductor of opera, orchestras, and choruses. Praised as "mightily impressive," she was the first three-time winner of the American Prize for Opera Conducting and serves as the Artistic & General Director of Resonance Works Pittsburgh, which she founded in 2013. Recent engagements include the Center for Contemporary Opera, Syracuse Opera, Symphoria, Hubbard Hall Opera, cover conductor for the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (assisting Manfred Honeck, Sir Mark Elder), and conducting staff for the world premiere of David Lang's "the public domain" at Lincoln Center. Previous positions include Acting Music Director of the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh (chorus for the Pittsburgh Symphony), interim faculty at Carnegie Mellon University, and Director of the Akron Symphony Chorus.

EMILY SENTURIA (USA)

Ms. Senturia made her mainstage debut with Houston Grand Opera in 2018 conducting Rossini's Il barbiere di Siviglia, followed by her Kennedy Center debut leading the same opera for Washington National Opera. In the summer of 2018 she makes her West Coast debut leading Mata Hari for West Edge Opera. Emily Senturia will make her Hawaii Opera Theatre debut in the spring of 2019 leading La traviata. After graduating from the Houston Grand Opera Studio, Ms. Senturia joined the HGO music staff during which time she conducted performances of?L'elisir d'amore,?The Little Prince, and?The Magic Flute. Recently, Ms. Senturia has been on the music staff at The Atlanta Opera (Sweeney Todd), Opera Philadelphia (O17 Festival and O18 Festival), and at Wolf Trap Opera where she has conducted two Studio Spotlight programs.

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2018 Hart Institute Administrators

NICOLE EUBANKS (USA)

Nicole Eubanks is the Individual Giving Director at Lyric Opera of Kansas City where she is responsible for the annual fund and individual giving strategies that center on funding the company's mission of producing transformational opera for the community. Prior to her time in Kansas City, Eubanks held the position of Assistant Director of Donor Services and Special Events at Lyric Opera of Chicago where she managed donor benefits, donor services, key company events, and all operations pertaining the William B. and Catherine Graham Room, the private dining space in the opera. Eubanks holds bachelor's degrees in Music with an emphasis in Vocal Performance and Interdisciplinary Studies in Music and Business from MidAmerica Nazarene University and is a member of the Kansas City Symphony Chorus.

BROOKE TOLLEY (USA)

Brooke Tolley is a native of Roanoke, Virginia and was recently named Chief Operating Officer of Opera Roanoke, where she handles all aspects of daily operation including finance, marketing, special events and production management. She is also the newly appointed Director of the opera's innovative Apprentice Artist Program, which guides regional college students to the next step in their professional careers. Brooke holds music degrees from Liberty University and Radford University and is an incoming member of Leadership Roanoke Valley's 2018-19 class. As an opera administrator and active performer, she is passionate about using her unique skill set to connect with close-knit communities, helping to build viable arts and culture programs that create lasting impact. She has been at Opera Roanoke since 2015.

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2018 Hart Institute Observers

LAURANN GILLEY (USA)

Laurann Gilley has been on faculty with the Ryan Opera Center at Lyric Opera of Chicago since 2005, and on faculty at Northwestern University since 2010. She has worked as coach, pianist, assistant conductor, recitative accompanist, and chorus director for companies such as Glimmerglass Opera, San Francisco Opera, Seattle Opera, San Diego Opera, and Vancouver Opera, with conductors including Sir Andrew Davis, Richard Bonynge, Edoardo Müller, Leon Botstein, and Stewart Robertson. As a recital accompanist, she has appeared at venues including Carnegie Hall's Weill Hall, the Chicago Cultural Center, and San Francisco's Schwabacher Series. A regular accompanist for the Metropolitan Opera National Council auditions, Ms. Gilley holds degrees from The Manhattan School of Music, The Eastman School of Music, and Southern Methodist University.

LAURA GUILI (USA)

Laura Guili is a versatile musician and freelance conductor currently based in the Midwest. She travels extensively to pursue professional opportunities and has held music director and assistant conductor positions with Midwest-based orchestras and opera companies. In addition, she conducts studio recording sessions for film and world music. A horn player and former string educator, she received her MM from Northwestern University and has studied with Kenneth Kiesler and Victor Yampolsky. Passionate about the arts, Ms. Guili furthers her involvement in artistic philanthropy as a seven-year member of the Lyric Opera of Chicago's Young Professionals board. In addition to her professional successes in music, she works as an actress and model in TV, film and print, currently represented by Modelogic and The Helen Wells Agency.

Amy Owens (USA)

Amy Owens enjoys a diverse singing career in concert work, opera, new music, and alternative pop. She has appeared in concert in venues ranging from the Filene Center at Wolf Trap to Carnegie Hall. Her operatic engagements have taken her to Santa Fe Opera, Wolf Trap Opera, Dallas Opera, Utah Opera, Central City Opera, and others. She appears regularly with the New York Festival of Song, and she has collaborated with many composers including Matthew Aucoin, William Bolcom, Bright Sheng, Paola Prestini, and David Hanlon. Her debut album of original music, HAETHOR, was released Spring 2018 to acclaim in the electronica world. She has received awards from the Sullivan Foundation, the George London Foundation, the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, and the Santa Fe Opera.

SARA PARKINSON (USA)

Sara Parkinson enjoys a varied career as conductor, vocal coach and pianist. She served on the staff and faculties at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Cornell College and Metropolitan State University of Denver. Recent and upcoming performance engagements include Boulder Chamber Orchestra, Boulder Bach Festival, Colorado Ballet Orchestra and the Colorado Symphony. Sara was Music Director of Boulder Opera Company for their 2017-2018 season where she made her operatic conducting debut with Massenet's Cendrillon followed by Mozart's Così fan tutte. Sara has been a member of Central City Opera Ensemble since 2012 and worked with numerous singers. Sara received degrees from the University of Iowa, New England Conservatory of Music and CU-Boulder. Principal teachers include Victor Rosenbaum, Anne Epperson and Maestro Nicholas Carthy.

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ABOUT THE DALLAS OPERA

Founded in 1957, The Dallas Opera is an internationally-recognized innovator dedicated to the overall advancement of the operatic art form and the support of established and emerging artists, as well as the education and development of new opera audiences in North Texas-and beyond. These goals are achieved by commissioning and producing world-class opera; through ground-breaking institutes, national competitions and topical programs; and by presenting opera in both traditional and non-traditional formats and venues in order to attract patrons of every age, background, educational level, and ethnicity-while engaging with more than 87,000 people in our community each year.? TDO is equally committed to the task of responsible stewardship and is managed with efficiency and accountability, to the highest possible standards.


          Diagnosed with ALS, KCPD officer forges ahead      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
There is no cure for ALS, but a Kansas City, Missouri Police officer isn’t letting that stand in her way.
          Meet The KC Couple That Presides Over Court — 'Couples Court'       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Dana Tippin Cutler and Keith Cutler aren’t your typical Kansas City couple. The two practicing lawyers are the hosts of “ Couples Court with the Cutlers ,” a reality TV show. “(The show) combines our experience as a couple for 35 years now along with our legal experience,” Keith told host Gina Kaufmann on KCUR’s Central Standard. On the show, the Cutlers said they preside over real cases with real people in real situations. All of the featured couples have some element of alleged infidelity. “This isn’t a show where everybody on there is cheating and you’re just waiting to hear how they got caught,” Keith said, adding, “We help the couples resolve that because that issue of alleged infidelity is keeping them from being able to move their relationship forward and get the best out of their relationship.” According to Dana, who is also the immediate past president of the Missouri Bar Association, the opportunity to be on TV came “out of the blue.” They started taping last summer, and the
          Seg. 1: Making Friends. Seg. 2: Cowboys Of Color.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Segment 1: How long does it take to make a friend? According to a KU professor, it takes 50 hours to make a casual friend (though that's not always guaranteed). We take a closer look into his research, including the online quiz he created to determine the closeness of a friendship. Jeffrey Hall, Associate Professor, Department of Communication Studies , University of Kansas Anna Yakutenko, reporter for the Kyiv Post in Ukraine; KCUR's Alfred Friendly Fellow Segment 2, beginning at 38:38: The overlooked story of cowboys of color. Hollywood has probably shaped many people's picture of what a cowboy looked like: rugged, riding off into the sunset and usually white. Hear more about the cowboys of color who helped shaped the West. Gloria Austin, co-founder, National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum and Hall of Fame Gloria Austin and Jim Austin will be delivering a presentation titled 'Cowboys of Color' at the Kansas City Livestock Exchange Building in the West Bottoms on Saturday,
          The 'Dark State' Of Kansas Government, And How Co-Parenting Can Ease Divorce Pains      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Kansas City Star published on Sunday a long list of ways the state government in Topeka resists efforts to disclose information to the public. Today, we discuss The Star 's assertions with reporters who broke the story and former state Rep. John Rubin, who tried to fix the problem from inside the Statehouse. Then, among other post-holiday events is an increase in the number of separations and divorces. Family psychologist Wes Crenshaw explains how a co-parenting approach can help smooth what is often a rough road for families with children.
          Lasting Lessons From The Vietnam War, And Bridging Communication Gaps With Board Games      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
More than 40 years after the Vietnam War ended, Tim O'Brien's The Things They Carried is still helping Kansas City readers understand the nature of conflict. Today, we speak with O'Brien, a veteran of the conflict who served as an advisor for the PBS series The Vietnam War . Then, if you think the only board games out there are Risk or Candyland , think again! We learn how modern Euro-style board games can help people communicate better, while having a bit of fun in the bargain. Tim O'Brien will discuss 'The Things They Carried' as part of Big Read KC at the Plaza Branch of the Kansas City Public Library at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 12. The event is sold out, but livestreaming options can be found at KCLibrary.org . Denise Dias will host Bonding with Board Games at the K-State Research and Extension office in Olathe at 6 p.m. on Friday, November 3. For more information, visit Johnson.K-State.edu.
          The Psychobiology Behind Love (R), And Race Relations Under President Trump      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Few chemical reactions are as complicated to humans the one that elicits the feeling of love. Today, we learn about a psychobiological approach to couples therapy. Then, we discuss how racial tensions have changed in America during the Trump administration, and find out how last weekend's tragedy in Charlottesville, Virginia, has affected leaders of Kansas City's diverse communities.
          Street Performers; Friends With Your Ex; How To Eclipse In KC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Performing in public for unsuspecting audiences . . . You've seen it in big cities on street corners and on subways, but what about here in KC? We tap into the local scene. Are you friends with your ex? We'll talk to a KU researcher about why . Plus, advice on where to watch the solar eclipse in and around Kansas City . Guests: Ann Holliday , program director, Art in the Loop Rod Sipe , busker Benjamin Rosenthal , artist-in-residence, Charlotte Street Foundation ; assistant professor of expanded media in the department of visual arts, KU Rebecca Griffith, affiliate researcher, KU Cody Newill ​, KCUR digital editor
          It's Not You, It's Not Me, It's Our Psychobiology!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Why is it the person we were head over heels for just a few months ago now seems a bit ... boring? Clinician and researcher Stan Tatkin says our brains are wired to kick into auto-pilot after a while, but it doesn't have to mean the end of the relationship. Stan Tatkin is a presenter at Kansas City's independently organized TED event, TEDxKC, which starts at 6 p.m. on Friday, August 19, at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. The live and simulcast venues are sold out, but watch party tickets are available. For more information go to TEDxKC.org .
          Anna St. Louis – “Understand” Video      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Anna St. Louis is a Los Angeles-based musician who is originally from Kansas City. Last year, she released First Songs, a tape of some of the first songs that she wrote upon moving to LA after graduating from school in Philadelphia. It was put out on Kevin Morby's Woodsist imprint Mare Records, and that's also…
          Brewers begin addressing 40-man crunch, trade Jon Perrin to Royals      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Brewers have quite a number of minor league players to consider protecting from the Rule 5 draft this winter by adding them to the 40-man roster. With the recent waiver claims of Jordan Lyles and Ariel Hernandez filling the 40-man for now, it looks like the Brewers are starting to move some of the players they don’t think they’ll have room to protect, in order to get something for them. Minor league reliever Jon Perrin, who gained some attention this spring for his “other” job as a financial planner, is being traded to the Kansas City Royals system for a low-level pitching prospect. Kyle was able to dig up Sal Biasi’s pre-draft scouting report from Baseball America, and it might be one of
          Draft: Call Her Quintana      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
If Travis Scott were playing Draft, he would say, "straight from Mexico, call her Quintana!" Jose Quintana was able to get himself back on track in his last start, throwing six innings with six strikeouts, no walks, and just one earned run. Granted, it was against the Padres, but he gets another easy matchup against the Royals tonight. Kansas City has a pitiful .293 wOBA versus lefties this year, which is even worse than the Padres mark. He should also have no problem getting a win against Heath Fillmyer. You can get an awesome start out of Quintana and still land him late in your draft. New to Draft.com? Scared of feeling like a small fish in a big pond? Well, be sure to read our content and subscribe to the DFSBot for your daily baseball plays. Just remember to sign up through us before jumping into the fray. It’s how we know you care!
          VARIOUS - Soul Of Jamaica/Here Comes The Duke: Expanded Edition (Doctor Bird) unmixed 2xCD      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Title: Soul Of Jamaica/Here Comes The Duke: Expanded Edition
Artist: VARIOUS
Label: Doctor Bird
Format: unmixed 2xCD

Track listing:
MP3 Sample - Angel Of The Morning
MP3 Sample - My Willow Tree
MP3 Sample - Heatwave
MP3 Sample - Out The Light
MP3 Sample - My Best Girl
MP3 Sample - The World Needs Love
MP3 Sample - I Can't Stand It
MP3 Sample - Long Time
MP3 Sample - Ride Me Donkey
MP3 Sample - Love Letters
MP3 Sample - Woman Go Home
MP3 Sample - Flying Home
MP3 Sample - Travelling Man (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Good Things (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Wonderful World (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - It's You I Love (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Our Man Flint (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Peace & Love (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Old Man River (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - I Wear His Ring (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Devoted To You (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Keep On Moving (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Mad, Mad, Mad (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Don't Say No (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - I Can't Stop Now (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Bless You (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - True True True
MP3 Sample - Run Come Celebrate
MP3 Sample - Sweet Soul Music
MP3 Sample - Kansas City
MP3 Sample - Love Up, Kiss Up
MP3 Sample - Funny
MP3 Sample - Regay
MP3 Sample - Second Fiddle
MP3 Sample - Mary Poppins
MP3 Sample - Soul Remedy
MP3 Sample - I'm In The Mood For Love
MP3 Sample - I'm Yours Forever
MP3 Sample - Tonight (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Get Me To The Church On Time (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - I'll Be Lonely (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Soul For Sale (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Breaking Up (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Love Is All I Had (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Maybe Someday (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Ode To Billy Joe (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Moonlight Lover (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - I Wish I Would Rain (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - I'll Never Fall In Love (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Boys & Girls Reggae (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - There Comes A Time (bonus track)
MP3 Sample - Those Guys (bonus track)

          Sports Tuning In for Thursday, August 9      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Compiled By: Todd Schoenthaler Staff Writer tschoenthaler@Oklahoman.com

August 9 tuning in

THURSDAY

LITTLE LEAGUE WORLD SERIES

10 a.m.--Midwest Regional--ESPN (Cox 29)

Noon--New England Regional--ESPN (Cox 29)

2 p.m.--Northwest Regional--ESPN (Cox 29)

4 p.m.--Great Lakes Regional--ESPN (Cox 29)

6 p.m.--Mid-Atlantic Regional--ESPN (Cox 29)

8 p.m.--West Regional--ESPN (Cox 29)

MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

7:05 p.m.--Memphis at Oklahoma City--KGHM-AM 1340

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

Noon--Minnesota at Cleveland--MLBN (Cox 264)

6 p.m.--Texas at N.Y. Yankees--FSOK (Cox 37)

7:30 p.m.--L.A. Dodgers at Colorado--MLBN (Cox 264)/KTOK-AM 1000

10 p.m.--Pittsburgh at San Francisco--MLBN (Cox 264) JIP

NFL PRESEASON

6 p.m.--Cleveland at N.Y. Giants--NFLNET (Cox 252)

6 p.m.--Houston at Kansas City--KINB-FM 105.3

9 p.m.--Dallas at San Francisco--NFLNET (Cox 252)

GOLF

1 p.m.--PGA Championship--TNT (Cox 31)

3 p.m.--U.S. Women's Amateur--FS1 (Cox 67)

TENNIS

10 a.m.--Rogers Cup--TENNIS (Cox 266)

11:30 a.m.--Rogers Cup--ESPN2 (Cox 28)

CANADIAN FOOTBALL

9 p.m.--Edmonton at British Columbia--ESPN2 (Cox 28)

WNBA

10:30 a.m.--Seattle at Washington--NBATV (Cox 256)

6 p.m.--Los Angeles at Atlanta--NBATV (Cox 256)

9 p.m.--Minnesota at Las Vegas--NBATV (Cox 256)

BASKETBALL

6 p.m.--San Lorenzo de Almagro vs.

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          Royals | Royals release Michael Mariot      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Kansas City Royals RHP Michael Mariot was released Wednesday, Aug. 8.
          Fact Check: Next Step For 'Healthy Homes" Initiative Is To Raise Kansas City Rents      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Elections have consequences and whilst it's hard to nail down the concepts of "social justice" into specific policy . . . Local renters will notice that they're at least 20 bucks poorer thanks to this bit of legislation that still might not lift the po'folk out of their misery.

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What's next for KCMO's new rental inspection initiative

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Health inspectors have a new way to go after bad landlords, thanks to a ballot initiative passed by voters Tuesday night. The Healthy Homes ordinance allows the Kansas City Health Department to conduct random inspections and respond to complaints of dangerous or unhealthy conditions in rental units in the city.


          Maintenance Worker - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This individual will assist in maintaining and repairing KVC facilities. KVC Niles is seeking a skilled individual who takes pride in their work to join our...
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          Program Director - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KVC Prairie Ridge Hospital is looking for energetic, positive, caring professionals to join our team. KVC provides a competitive compensation and benefit...
From KVC Health Systems, Inc - Tue, 17 Jul 2018 02:51:25 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          School Care Support Specialist - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KVC Prairie Ridge is looking for energetic, positive, caring professionals to join our team. If you are looking for a rewarding career and a compassionate work...
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          Behavioral Health Technician - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KVC Niles is looking for energetic, positive, caring professionals to join our team. KVC provides a competitive compensation and benefit package including...
From KVC Health Systems, Inc - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 02:51:25 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Therapist - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KVC Niles is looking for energetic, positive, caring professionals to join our team. If you are looking for a rewarding career and a compassionate work...
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          PRN Receptionist - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KVC Niles is looking for energetic, positive, caring professionals to join our team. KVC Niles is seeking a PRN Receptionist to competently and professionally...
From KVC Health Systems, Inc - Tue, 19 Jun 2018 20:52:30 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Cook - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KVC Niles provides residential and day treatment behavioral health programs and has operated for 133 years in Kansas City, MO....
From KVC Health Systems, Inc - Thu, 31 May 2018 20:52:12 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Shy Boys hosts somber backyard barbecue on Bell House      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Shy Boys hosts somber backyard barbecue on Bell House

Bell House is the second LP from Kansas City indie pop band Shy Boys, a band self-described as two brothers and three best friends.
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          Primary Night In Missouri And Kansas Sees Decisive Wins And Close Calls      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Primary night in Missouri and Kansas has come and gone, but certainly left lots to talk about in it's wake. We dived into the evening's results on both sides of the state line. When it came to Kansas , we spoke with the Democratic primary winners and analyzed why others did not fare so well. We let you know when you might expect to get the final result on the Jeff Colyer-Kris Kobach contest. Then, we looked at what voters' decisions could mean for the makeup of the Kansas House of Representatives. In Missouri , Democrat Claire McCaskill and Republican Josh Hawley are now officially competing against each other for a United States Senate seat after their primary night wins. We asked what that contest will look like as they make the run up to November's election. We also took a look at the results of two ballot issues and what the respective implications are for Kansas City, Missouri, landlords and Missouri labor unions. Kansas Sen Laura Kelly , Democratic candidate for Kansas governor
          Air Freight Sales Executive - Laufer Group International Ltd - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Maintain a clear, clean, updated sales pipeline while entering client notes in the company’s CRM within 24 hours of meetings or calls....
From Indeed - Tue, 22 May 2018 18:29:42 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Real Estate Attorney - Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Seeking candidates with 8-10+ years of relevant experience, including but not limited to complex real estate transactions....
From Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Tue, 07 Aug 2018 07:53:36 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Legal Office Administrator - Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
DESCRIPTION: All HR functions/hiring/firing/ disciplinary actions - 5 sec/1 compliance director/4 attorneys 1 accounting person and 1 other administrative...
From Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Thu, 02 Aug 2018 07:53:50 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Manufacturing Production Supervisor - Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Partner with other Managers and the Engineering Department to ensure that all customer expectations are fully met....
From Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Mon, 30 Jul 2018 19:53:58 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Staff Accountant - Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
BS Accounting or Finance. Assists with interim and year end audit requests and schedules internal and external audits....
From Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Tue, 24 Jul 2018 10:41:38 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Senior Accountant - Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Assists with annual operating budget process, analysis and review of budget proposals. BS Accounting or Finance, MBA Accounting preferred. CPA....
From Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Tue, 24 Jul 2018 10:41:38 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          State & Local Tax (SALT) Senior - Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
State & Local Tax Senior for a client focused firm with a commitment to employee growth and success. BS Accounting or Tax, Masters preferred....
From Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Tue, 24 Jul 2018 10:41:35 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          CAD Technician - Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Perform mechanical design and maintenance on new and existing product lines. Experience in the design of components with close machine tolerances....
From Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Tue, 24 Jul 2018 10:41:30 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Administrative/Executive Assistant - Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
DESCRIPTION: 5+ years supporting “C” level executive Calendar management Travel arrangements Expense reporting and other various sales reporting...
From Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Tue, 24 Jul 2018 10:41:30 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Maintenance Manager - Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical, Electrical or Manufacturing Engineering is preferred. 5 years’ experience as a Manager in a manufacturing environment, and...
From Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Tue, 10 Jul 2018 10:14:53 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Restaurant Team Member - Crew (2612 - North KC) - Chipotle Mexican Grill - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
So, whether you have experience as a dishwasher, cashier, server, host, bartender, cook, prep cook, FOH/BOH or no experience at all, we’re always looking for...
From Chipotle Mexican Grill - Tue, 19 Jun 2018 23:56:44 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Frac Equipment Operator - Elwood Staffing - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Class A CDL license or permit strongly preferred, but not required. Training to complete core components and develop basic skills to meet the equipment operator... $17 - $22 an hour
From Elwood Staffing - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 06:39:21 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Receptionist/Front Desk - Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
3+ years’ experience working a busy front desk. Will look at someone entry level with 1+ years experience. Lots of miscellaneous clerical functions....
From Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 22:11:07 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Sales Representative - Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
There is no ceiling on the potential earnings. This is a sales position inside the store....
From Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Thu, 17 May 2018 13:49:52 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Inside Sales Representative - Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Receive inbound phone calls and emails from contractor and retail customers requesting quotes or placing orders....
From Spencer Reed Group, LLC - Sat, 12 May 2018 01:45:20 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Hotel Front Desk Agent - Best Western - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
We are looking for an outgoing and motivated person to fill our part time Front Desk Attendant position. Hours will be 7am to 3pm every Saturday and Sunday....
From Indeed - Wed, 25 Jul 2018 13:37:47 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Property Manager/Leasing Agent - Harbortown Villas - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Conducts follow-up calls and traffic documentation on all prospects. Applicant is responsible for the daily oversight of 125 townhomes and single family units... $40,000 - $45,000 a year
From Indeed - Sun, 22 Jul 2018 21:48:54 GMT - View all Kansas City, MO jobs
          Bookkeeper/Leasing Agent - Harbortown Villas - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
+ Maintain resident ledgers including rent payments & pet rent and issuing charges and concessions. + *Record deposits, debits and withdrawals.... $15 - $17 an hour
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          Enrollment Solutions Lead - MetLife - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Life and Health License required; The Enrollment Solutions Lead will be focused on collaborating with partners to develop innovative onsite concepts that drive...
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KANSAS CITY (AP) – An inmate who ran a conspiracy to smuggle contraband such as cell phones into the Jackson County Detention Center in Kansas City will serve time in federal prison. Thirty-three-year-old Carlos Laron Hughley, was sentenced Wednesday to six years and six months in prison for conspiracy and using a telephone to further […]
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WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas’ most populous county left the rest of the state waiting nearly 13 hours until Wednesday morning for complete primary election results that proved to be pivotal in a high profile and close Republican race for governor — the second consecutive major election fumble by the affluent Kansas City-area county. “I’m […]
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THURSDAY 8/9-MONDAY 8/13

PERSEIDS METEOR SHOWER
Arkansas State Parks (and anywhere else it’s dark).

It’s August, and that means it’s time again to look up and see the Perseids. The meteor shower is one of the most satisfying star show of the year, with around 100 shooting stars (but at times double that this year, what’s called an “outburst”). Peak viewing time for folks who’ve found a dark spot away from light pollution is between midnight and dawn Sunday, Aug. 12, according to NASA, but the Perseids put on a show up to and after that peak. As a plus, the moon will be new this weekend, thus providing a darker sky. Arkansas State Parks has organized a Perseids Meteor Shower Palooza: In Central Arkansas, see the stars from the middle of Lake Maumelle with a guided boat cruise from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday departing from Jolly Roger’s Marina ($12 adults, $6 children), and there will be free viewing from the beach 10 p.m.-midnight Monday at Woolly Hollow State Park in Greenbrier. In Southwest Arkansas, DeGray Lake State Park has scheduled a number of family events: kayak viewing from the lake from 7:30 p.m.-9:45 p.m. Thursday-Sunday ($15 adults, $10 children); a Perseids Meteor Safari on the golf course from 8:45 p.m.-9:45 p.m. Saturday and Sunday ($10 adults, $5 children); and the Night Owl Perseids Prowl Cruise from 10:30 p.m.-11:45 p.m. Saturday ($12 adults, $6 children). Check the State Parks calendar for other nighttime hikes this weekend, too. So what’s a meteor? We’re glad you asked. They’re icy space rocks from the Comet Swift-Tuttle that burn up when they hit our atmosphere, making for lovely streaks of light across the heavens. Reserve for Maumelle at 868-5806 and DeGray Lake at 865-5850. LNP

THURSDAY 8/9

TELEKINETIC YETI

9 p.m. White Water Tavern. $8.

The duo Telekinetic Yeti is a medley of unlikely juxtapositions: It's just not that often that the word "duo" accompanies anything described as "stoner doom metal," let alone with the geographical qualifier "from Dubuque, Iowa." Check out album closer "Himalayan Hymn" from 2017's "Abominable" for a good example of how much sonic territory two dudes from The Hawkeye State can cover in 5 1/2 minutes. They're on tour with Kansas City heavy-rock barn-burners Hyborian, and joined on the bill by locals Fred and Shoe. SS

FRIDAY 8/10

STEPHEN CHOPEK

8 p.m. The Undercroft.

The first thing that caught my ear about Stephen Chopek wasn't so much what he'd done as who he'd done it with — as drummer for a few faves: Pimps of Joytime, Shannon McNally, Amy LaVere. In "Radio Caroline," those percussion propers reveal themselves in the perfect chug of his strumming, but the text — a true tale of an off-shore pirate radio station that broadcast from the open seas in the early 1960s to thwart BBC's regulations and broadcast monopoly — sounds more like a Pete Seeger tune than a Pimps jam, and it's well tailored for a tiny, underground listening room like The Undercroft. Bring along some cash to throw in for the Undercroft-brewed beer on hand, or for the 45 RPM vinyl with Chopek's "Radio Caroline" opposite "The Ballad of Cash & Dean." SS


FRIDAY 8/10

2ND FRIDAY ART NIGHT

5-8 p.m., downtown galleries.

The Butler Center galleries have adopted a new name: They'll now be called the Galleries at Library Square, so you'll know they're part of the Central Arkansas Library System. Now we've got that squared away, let's move on to the art: The new show there is from the Butler Center's collection of artworks and artifacts from the WWII Japanese-American internment camps at Rohwer and Jerome. "A Matter of Mind and Heart: Portraits of Japanese American Identity" will feature Henry Sugimoto's "Arrival at Jerome," on loan from Hendrix College in Conway. (Sugimoto was still interned when, with the help of Hendrix art professor Louis Freund, he first exhibited his work at Hendrix.) Also at the Galleries at Library Square is an exhibition of work by the Brewer art dynasty: Nicholas, Adrian and Edward. River Market Books and Gifts (nee the Cox Creative Center), has also gotten a new name: It's now The Bookstore at Library Square. There, David Carpenter will perform live his gravity-defying video piece in the "Delta des Refuses" show. Over at the Historic Arkansas Museum, which is still the Historic Arkansas Museum, 2nd Friday will open "Space Between Teeth: Linda Lopez + Marc Mitchell" and MarQuis & Mood will provide the music. By making a donation to The Van, the nonprofit group that helps the unsheltered, Bella Vita will knock 20 percent off anything purchased at the artisan jewelry shop at 523 S. Louisiana St., and there will be beer from Lost Forty as encouragement. See art made live at Gallery 221, where artists and patrons will create a 60-by-60-inch triptych, "Healing Hands," and hold an auction to benefit the Children's Advocacy Centers of Arkansas. The Courtyard by Marriott will feature works by the members of the Art Group, Matt McLeod Fine Art is showing the Arkansas League of Artists "Members Show," and it's Movie Night at the Old State House Museum, with free popcorn, candy, soft drinks, beer and wine. LNP

FRIDAY 8/10

TIFFANY

7 p.m. Park Plaza Mall. Donations of two canned goods.

In July 1988, pop singer Tiffany Darwish had a piano power ballad, "Could've Been," in heavy rotation on the radio. What it could've been, at least chronologically speaking, was the denouement of the star-crossed love story that she sang about the year before, with a drum machine-heavy remake of Tommy James and the Shondells' 1967 chart-topper "I Think We're Alone Now." Also in July 1988: What was once an open-air shopping center reopened as Park Plaza Mall in midtown Little Rock, bolstered and bookended by a double dose of Dillard's, the department store headquartered here in Little Rock. To celebrate the anniversary, Darwish — better known by her first-name mononym Tiffany — will put on a free concert in the mall parking lot near the corner of Markham Street and University Avenue. Organizers are steadfastly committed to the theme; a Teenage Ninja Mutant Turtle (Michelangelo, specifically — the Miss Congeniality and self-identifying "party dude" of the TMNT personality quadrant) and a Hello Kitty character will be in attendance, and the mall's Sephora is booking appointments for full-face '80s makeovers. See Park Plaza Mall's Facebook page for the details, and bring along two canned goods for a drive called CANstruction, benefiting the Arkansas Foodbank. SS

FRIDAY 8/10

AMASA HINES, DOT, OR: BENEFIT FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION

9:30 p.m. White Water Tavern. $10.

What connects the three bands on this fundraising bill isn't essentially musical — they're as sonically disparate as the summer days are long — but kinetic. Amasa Hines' slow builds, alternately sparse and urgent; Or's mechanized, trance-like foreboding; and DOT's driving, beachy punk rock are all energies used for good here, benefiting the Arkansas chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. This one will sell out. Get tickets at lastchancerecords.us. SS

SATURDAY 8/11

RICKY SKAGGS

7 p.m. Pulaski Technical College, Center for Humanities and Arts. $35-$120.

They played it like a gag in 1961, scripting a 7-year-old kid to come up and tug on the hem of Lester Flatt's suit jacket in the middle of the Martha White-sponsored Flatt & Scruggs variety show. Instead of a punchline, though, a dapper Ricky Skaggs approached the microphone and peeled out "Foggy Mountain Special" on the mandolin, following it up with "Ruby" in his west Kentucky drawl, singing lyrics he was too young to embody: "I was sittin' in the shade/with a shovel and my spade/diggin' in the ground gold mine/Ruby, Ruby/Honey, are you mad at your man?" His stagecraft has assuredly caught up to his virtuosity; back then, he ran out of camera frame before the audience had a chance to applaud him. Now, he's accustomed to multiple standing ovations like the ones he and his band Kentucky Thunder got at the Ryman Auditorium last week. He's been a bluegrass traditionalist when it was cool, he's been a bluegrass traditionalist when it wasn't, and he's been a bluegrass traditionalist in some unlikely collaborations, throwing his mandolin into the mix with Phish, Ry Cooder, on Arkansas native Erin Enderlin's 2017 record "Whiskeytown Crier." He also lent his talents to a campaign event for Jason Rapert in 2014 — why, Ricky, why? Earlier this year, Skaggs was honored with an induction to the Country Music Hall of Fame — years too late, Garth Brooks and others would claim. He'll play at UAPTC just a few weeks before accepting yet another title as an inductee to the 2018 International Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame. Get tickets at uaptc.edu/charts. SS

SATURDAY 8/11

'MADE' reception

6-9 p.m. Boswell Mourot Fine Art.

Four great Arkansas artists in one place: That's what Boswell Mourot has going through Sept. 1. Matthew Lopas, associate professor of art at Hendrix College, sees the world through a fish-eye lens, his interiors and landscapes distorted into swirling panoramas. Alice Andrews paints the waterfalls and rocky outcrops of her Ozarks home with soft shapes of blue-greens and warm browns. In this show, Dennis McCann, a retired firefighter and winner of multiple awards for his pastels, uses complementary shades of orange and aquamarine to capture abstract underpinnings in representation. Eleanor Dickinson is an artist whose work we just don't see enough of: Gorgeous washes combined with drawing and abstracted architectural features, her take, perhaps Paul Klee-inspired, on places she's been. Matthew, Alice, Dennis and Eleanor — MADE of special stuff. LNP

SATURDAY 8/11

FOUL PLAY CABARET

10 p.m. White Water Tavern. $10.

Two weeks ago, when Foul Play Cabaret brought "The Modern Show" to a one-time brothel on Bathhouse Row in downtown Hot Springs called Maxine's, a young man apologized to me for having stopped so suddenly in my direct sight lines, frozen and presumably stultified by the magnetism between Violet D'Vine and Rosa Lee Bloom during a particularly intense duet. He'd come to hang out and maybe throw some darts and, I think, was surprised to find a burlesque show going on — and surprised at its thrust. "I thought cabaret was, like, the girls in the line kicking their legs up," he explained later on, mimicking a Rockettes routine with his fingers. That night, eschewing the tried-and-true Alberto Vargas pin-up incarnate aesthetic the burlesque troupe channels beautifully and often, Foul Play's dancers twirled and somersaulted instead to FKA Twigs and Katy Perry. Ruby Lead did an entire act using only a crimson swath of fabric and her jet black locks to create mesmerizing geometry, Jezebelle Jaxx revived an entire audience's commitment to yoga class and Doris Night opened the evening with a magnificently technicolor Sally Rand, her wrists twirling two enormous feather fans in time with the throbbing bass beats. It's artful and sex-positive and immaculately prepared and rehearsed, and the cost of admission is a fraction of what lounges in metropoli like Vegas and Paris are charging for shows of the same rank. If you can't catch them in this Capitol View/Stifft Station legend of a bar, consider attending the ensemble's return to Maxine's in Hot Springs on Saturday, Aug. 18, when they'll put up "Foul Play Loves the '80s," complete with hair scrunchies, leg warmers, a spandex routine called "Aerobics with Violet" and a guest appearance from Dallas dancer Vivienne Vermuth. SS

TUESDAY 8/14

GODSMACK, SHINEDOWN

7 p.m. Verizon Arena. $40-$100.

If you hated Godsmack for sounding too much like Metallica or Alice in Chains: Good news! They sound different now. That is to say, new tunes like "Bulletproof" have more of a "commercial aspect," lead singer Sully Erna told the video series FaceCulture last year. He's right, in a way; there's more melody and less of the tortured guitar crunch that became synonymous with the words "nu metal" during the band's mid-'90s rise. Then again, can anybody who penned a soundtrack for a slice of "The Mummy" franchise claim he didn't have a commercial aspect to begin with? Erna and his crew mix that new sound with the stuff that's been the bread and butter of KDJE-FM, 100.3 ("The Edge"), for at least a decade, and they're here with fellow hard rock radio staples Shinedown who, despite anthems like "45," never took to the "nu metal" vibe wholeheartedly enough to have trouble shaking it off. SS


          3 people accused of murder in KC likely to be released, over prosecutor’s objections      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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The job he’s currently doing seems like the perfect fit for him. Keep giving me boatloads of money to keep doing it.Brian Bannister After pitching five seasons in the major leagues for the Kansas City Royals and New York Mets, Bannister, 37, joined the Boston Red Sox as a scout and analyst before moving to the coaching staff. He possesses one of the brightest pitching minds in the game. His title: Vice President, pitching development and assistant pitching coach.
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Heath Fillmyer allowed three singles over seven innings for his first major league win, Adalberto Mondesi and Drew Butera each drove in three, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago Cubs 9-0 Wednesday night.
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Heath Fillmyer allowed three singles over seven innings for his first major league win, Adalberto Mondesi and Drew Butera each drove in three, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago Cubs 9-0
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DENVER - Kansas City was picked to top the 2018 WAC women's soccer standings in the preseason selection by the league's head coaches. Kansas City also claimed the Preseason Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year in Lexie Howard and Abby Small, respectively. The league's head coaches selected these honors and could not vote for their own student-athlete.

After winning the regular season title in 2017, Kansas City claimed first in the 2018 preseason rankings with five first-place votes and 60 total points. 2017 tournament champion Utah Valley was just behind, snagging four first-place votes and 57 points. Seattle U was voted third with 50 points while Grand Canyon was selected fourth with 38. UT Rio Grande Valley was one point behind grabbing fifth. Named sixth, NM State earned 30 points followed by CSU Bakersfield, California Baptist, and Chicago State.  Continue Reading This Post >>


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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Heath Fillmyer allowed three singles over seven innings for his first major league win, Adalberto Mondesi and Drew Butera each drove in three, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago Cubs 9-0 Wednesday night. Anthony Rizzo drilled Fillmyer (1-1) with a line drive on the left foot on his […]
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THURSDAY 8/9-MONDAY 8/13

PERSEIDS METEOR SHOWER
Arkansas State Parks (and anywhere else it’s dark).

It’s August, and that means it’s time again to look up and see the Perseids. The meteor shower is one of the most satisfying star show of the year, with around 100 shooting stars (but at times double that this year, what’s called an “outburst”). Peak viewing time for folks who’ve found a dark spot away from light pollution is between midnight and dawn Sunday, Aug. 12, according to NASA, but the Perseids put on a show up to and after that peak. As a plus, the moon will be new this weekend, thus providing a darker sky. Arkansas State Parks has organized a Perseids Meteor Shower Palooza: In Central Arkansas, see the stars from the middle of Lake Maumelle with a guided boat cruise from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday departing from Jolly Roger’s Marina ($12 adults, $6 children), and there will be free viewing from the beach 10 p.m.-midnight Monday at Woolly Hollow State Park in Greenbrier. In Southwest Arkansas, DeGray Lake State Park has scheduled a number of family events: kayak viewing from the lake from 7:30 p.m.-9:45 p.m. Thursday-Sunday ($15 adults, $10 children); a Perseids Meteor Safari on the golf course from 8:45 p.m.-9:45 p.m. Saturday and Sunday ($10 adults, $5 children); and the Night Owl Perseids Prowl Cruise from 10:30 p.m.-11:45 p.m. Saturday ($12 adults, $6 children). Check the State Parks calendar for other nighttime hikes this weekend, too. So what’s a meteor? We’re glad you asked. They’re icy space rocks from the Comet Swift-Tuttle that burn up when they hit our atmosphere, making for lovely streaks of light across the heavens. Reserve for Maumelle at 868-5806 and DeGray Lake at 865-5850. LNP

THURSDAY 8/9

TELEKINETIC YETI

9 p.m. White Water Tavern. $8.

The duo Telekinetic Yeti is a medley of unlikely juxtapositions: It's just not that often that the word "duo" accompanies anything described as "stoner doom metal," let alone with the geographical qualifier "from Dubuque, Iowa." Check out album closer "Himalayan Hymn" from 2017's "Abominable" for a good example of how much sonic territory two dudes from The Hawkeye State can cover in 5 1/2 minutes. They're on tour with Kansas City heavy-rock barn-burners Hyborian, and joined on the bill by locals Fred and Shoe. SS

FRIDAY 8/10

STEPHEN CHOPEK

8 p.m. The Undercroft.

The first thing that caught my ear about Stephen Chopek wasn't so much what he'd done as who he'd done it with — as drummer for a few faves: Pimps of Joytime, Shannon McNally, Amy LaVere. In "Radio Caroline," those percussion propers reveal themselves in the perfect chug of his strumming, but the text — a true tale of an off-shore pirate radio station that broadcast from the open seas in the early 1960s to thwart BBC's regulations and broadcast monopoly — sounds more like a Pete Seeger tune than a Pimps jam, and it's well tailored for a tiny, underground listening room like The Undercroft. Bring along some cash to throw in for the Undercroft-brewed beer on hand, or for the 45 RPM vinyl with Chopek's "Radio Caroline" opposite "The Ballad of Cash & Dean." SS


FRIDAY 8/10

2ND FRIDAY ART NIGHT

5-8 p.m., downtown galleries.

The Butler Center galleries have adopted a new name: They'll now be called the Galleries at Library Square, so you'll know they're part of the Central Arkansas Library System. Now we've got that squared away, let's move on to the art: The new show there is from the Butler Center's collection of artworks and artifacts from the WWII Japanese-American internment camps at Rohwer and Jerome. "A Matter of Mind and Heart: Portraits of Japanese American Identity" will feature Henry Sugimoto's "Arrival at Jerome," on loan from Hendrix College in Conway. (Sugimoto was still interned when, with the help of Hendrix art professor Louis Freund, he first exhibited his work at Hendrix.) Also at the Galleries at Library Square is an exhibition of work by the Brewer art dynasty: Nicholas, Adrian and Edward. River Market Books and Gifts (nee the Cox Creative Center), has also gotten a new name: It's now The Bookstore at Library Square. There, David Carpenter will perform live his gravity-defying video piece in the "Delta des Refuses" show. Over at the Historic Arkansas Museum, which is still the Historic Arkansas Museum, 2nd Friday will open "Space Between Teeth: Linda Lopez + Marc Mitchell" and MarQuis & Mood will provide the music. By making a donation to The Van, the nonprofit group that helps the unsheltered, Bella Vita will knock 20 percent off anything purchased at the artisan jewelry shop at 523 S. Louisiana St., and there will be beer from Lost Forty as encouragement. See art made live at Gallery 221, where artists and patrons will create a 60-by-60-inch triptych, "Healing Hands," and hold an auction to benefit the Children's Advocacy Centers of Arkansas. The Courtyard by Marriott will feature works by the members of the Art Group, Matt McLeod Fine Art is showing the Arkansas League of Artists "Members Show," and it's Movie Night at the Old State House Museum, with free popcorn, candy, soft drinks, beer and wine. LNP

FRIDAY 8/10

TIFFANY

7 p.m. Park Plaza Mall. Donations of two canned goods.

In July 1988, pop singer Tiffany Darwish had a piano power ballad, "Could've Been," in heavy rotation on the radio. What it could've been, at least chronologically speaking, was the denouement of the star-crossed love story that she sang about the year before, with a drum machine-heavy remake of Tommy James and the Shondells' 1967 chart-topper "I Think We're Alone Now." Also in July 1988: What was once an open-air shopping center reopened as Park Plaza Mall in midtown Little Rock, bolstered and bookended by a double dose of Dillard's, the department store headquartered here in Little Rock. To celebrate the anniversary, Darwish — better known by her first-name mononym Tiffany — will put on a free concert in the mall parking lot near the corner of Markham Street and University Avenue. Organizers are steadfastly committed to the theme; a Teenage Ninja Mutant Turtle (Michelangelo, specifically — the Miss Congeniality and self-identifying "party dude" of the TMNT personality quadrant) and a Hello Kitty character will be in attendance, and the mall's Sephora is booking appointments for full-face '80s makeovers. See Park Plaza Mall's Facebook page for the details, and bring along two canned goods for a drive called CANstruction, benefiting the Arkansas Foodbank. SS

FRIDAY 8/10

AMASA HINES, DOT, OR: BENEFIT FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION

9:30 p.m. White Water Tavern. $10.

What connects the three bands on this fundraising bill isn't essentially musical — they're as sonically disparate as the summer days are long — but kinetic. Amasa Hines' slow builds, alternately sparse and urgent; Or's mechanized, trance-like foreboding; and DOT's driving, beachy punk rock are all energies used for good here, benefiting the Arkansas chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. This one will sell out. Get tickets at lastchancerecords.us. SS

SATURDAY 8/11

RICKY SKAGGS

7 p.m. Pulaski Technical College, Center for Humanities and Arts. $35-$120.

They played it like a gag in 1961, scripting a 7-year-old kid to come up and tug on the hem of Lester Flatt's suit jacket in the middle of the Martha White-sponsored Flatt & Scruggs variety show. Instead of a punchline, though, a dapper Ricky Skaggs approached the microphone and peeled out "Foggy Mountain Special" on the mandolin, following it up with "Ruby" in his west Kentucky drawl, singing lyrics he was too young to embody: "I was sittin' in the shade/with a shovel and my spade/diggin' in the ground gold mine/Ruby, Ruby/Honey, are you mad at your man?" His stagecraft has assuredly caught up to his virtuosity; back then, he ran out of camera frame before the audience had a chance to applaud him. Now, he's accustomed to multiple standing ovations like the ones he and his band Kentucky Thunder got at the Ryman Auditorium last week. He's been a bluegrass traditionalist when it was cool, he's been a bluegrass traditionalist when it wasn't, and he's been a bluegrass traditionalist in some unlikely collaborations, throwing his mandolin into the mix with Phish, Ry Cooder, on Arkansas native Erin Enderlin's 2017 record "Whiskeytown Crier." He also lent his talents to a campaign event for Jason Rapert in 2014 — why, Ricky, why? Earlier this year, Skaggs was honored with an induction to the Country Music Hall of Fame — years too late, Garth Brooks and others would claim. He'll play at UAPTC just a few weeks before accepting yet another title as an inductee to the 2018 International Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame. Get tickets at uaptc.edu/charts. SS

SATURDAY 8/11

'MADE' reception

6-9 p.m. Boswell Mourot Fine Art.

Four great Arkansas artists in one place: That's what Boswell Mourot has going through Sept. 1. Matthew Lopas, associate professor of art at Hendrix College, sees the world through a fish-eye lens, his interiors and landscapes distorted into swirling panoramas. Alice Andrews paints the waterfalls and rocky outcrops of her Ozarks home with soft shapes of blue-greens and warm browns. In this show, Dennis McCann, a retired firefighter and winner of multiple awards for his pastels, uses complementary shades of orange and aquamarine to capture abstract underpinnings in representation. Eleanor Dickinson is an artist whose work we just don't see enough of: Gorgeous washes combined with drawing and abstracted architectural features, her take, perhaps Paul Klee-inspired, on places she's been. Matthew, Alice, Dennis and Eleanor — MADE of special stuff. LNP

SATURDAY 8/11

FOUL PLAY CABARET

10 p.m. White Water Tavern. $10.

Two weeks ago, when Foul Play Cabaret brought "The Modern Show" to a one-time brothel on Bathhouse Row in downtown Hot Springs called Maxine's, a young man apologized to me for having stopped so suddenly in my direct sight lines, frozen and presumably stultified by the magnetism between Violet D'Vine and Rosa Lee Bloom during a particularly intense duet. He'd come to hang out and maybe throw some darts and, I think, was surprised to find a burlesque show going on — and surprised at its thrust. "I thought cabaret was, like, the girls in the line kicking their legs up," he explained later on, mimicking a Rockettes routine with his fingers. That night, eschewing the tried-and-true Alberto Vargas pin-up incarnate aesthetic the burlesque troupe channels beautifully and often, Foul Play's dancers twirled and somersaulted instead to FKA Twigs and Katy Perry. Ruby Lead did an entire act using only a crimson swath of fabric and her jet black locks to create mesmerizing geometry, Jezebelle Jaxx revived an entire audience's commitment to yoga class and Doris Night opened the evening with a magnificently technicolor Sally Rand, her wrists twirling two enormous feather fans in time with the throbbing bass beats. It's artful and sex-positive and immaculately prepared and rehearsed, and the cost of admission is a fraction of what lounges in metropoli like Vegas and Paris are charging for shows of the same rank. If you can't catch them in this Capitol View/Stifft Station legend of a bar, consider attending the ensemble's return to Maxine's in Hot Springs on Saturday, Aug. 18, when they'll put up "Foul Play Loves the '80s," complete with hair scrunchies, leg warmers, a spandex routine called "Aerobics with Violet" and a guest appearance from Dallas dancer Vivienne Vermuth. SS

TUESDAY 8/14

GODSMACK, SHINEDOWN

7 p.m. Verizon Arena. $40-$100.

If you hated Godsmack for sounding too much like Metallica or Alice in Chains: Good news! They sound different now. That is to say, new tunes like "Bulletproof" have more of a "commercial aspect," lead singer Sully Erna told the video series FaceCulture last year. He's right, in a way; there's more melody and less of the tortured guitar crunch that became synonymous with the words "nu metal" during the band's mid-'90s rise. Then again, can anybody who penned a soundtrack for a slice of "The Mummy" franchise claim he didn't have a commercial aspect to begin with? Erna and his crew mix that new sound with the stuff that's been the bread and butter of KDJE-FM, 100.3 ("The Edge"), for at least a decade, and they're here with fellow hard rock radio staples Shinedown who, despite anthems like "45," never took to the "nu metal" vibe wholeheartedly enough to have trouble shaking it off. SS


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If Travis Scott were playing Draft, he would say, "straight from Mexico, call her Quintana!" Jose Quintana was able to get himself back on track in his last start, throwing six innings with six strikeouts, no walks, and just one earned run. Granted, it was against the Padres, but he gets another easy matchup against the Royals tonight. Kansas City has a pitiful .293 wOBA versus lefties this year, which is even worse than the Padres mark. He should also have no problem getting a win against Heath Fillmyer. You can get an awesome start out of Quintana and still land him late in your draft. New to Draft.com? Scared of feeling like a small fish in a big pond? Well, be sure to read our content and subscribe to the DFSBot for your daily baseball plays. Just remember to sign up through us before jumping into the fray. It’s how we know you care!
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Kansas’ Republican gubernatorial primary appears destined for a recount. After a major delay tabulating results Tuesday night, all of the state’s 105 counties have now reported, and the race is about as close as it can get: Trump-endorsed Kris Kobach leads interim Gov. Jeff Colyer by just 191 votes out of more than 311,000 cast, good for a lead of about 0.06 percent.* Election officials will need to review an estimated 10,000 provisional ballots, but Kansas law allows any candidate to force a recount if they’re willing to pay for it in the event it fails to change the outcome.

And that’s where things get interesting. As Kansas’ current secretary of state, Kobach would be the public official tasked with overseeing the recount—a job that includes determining how much the loser has to reimburse the state if the results stand. Given the painfully obvious conflict of interest, one would be forgiven for thinking Kobach would simply recuse himself and be done with it. But anyone who assumes that does not know Kris Kobach, who led the president’s now-defunct voter fraud task force designed to prove Trump’s ludicrous claim that millions of illegal ballots cost him the 2016 popular vote.

Here’s what Kobach had to say Wednesday, as reported by the Kansas City Star:

“The recount thing is done on a county level, so the secretary of state does not actually participate directly in the recount,” Kobach said …. “The secretary of state’s office merely serves as a coordinating entity overseeing it all but not actually counting the votes,” Kobach said, contending that his role puts him at arm’s length from the actual recount. …

Kobach said the concerns about his role are “endemic to having an elected secretary of state, but of course there are safeguards.” He pointed to the role of county officials and the fact that members of both parties would have a role in a recount.

The relevant state law paints a different picture, however. If this were a general election, Kansas would pay for any recount if the margin were within a half-point. But because this is a primary, the recount-requesting challenger has to provide a bond up front to cover any associated costs. As secretary, Kobach is responsible for determining the size of that bond, effectively giving him the power to set the price on his challenger’s recount—or in the event Kobach trails after the provisionals, on his own. The law also states the county election officers supervising the recount would do so “at the direction of the secretary of state.”

Even if Kobach stays out of the nitty gritty, then, he’d still be the official signing off on how the recount is conducted. In a world where Kobach didn’t let his self-interest dictate his decision-making, it would still be impossible to avoid the appearance of a conflict in that kind of situation. But Kobach, it seems, does not care.

Correction, Aug. 8, 2018: An earlier version of this post misspelled Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer’s last name.


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           Fillmyer earns first major league win as Royals topple Cubs 9-0       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago Cubs 9-0 Wednesday night.
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Sporting Kansas City 1-0 DC United maç özeti ve gollerini alttaki videoda izleyebilirsiniz. 01-04-2018 tarihinde Amerika Major Ligi mücadelesinde oynanan maç Sporting Kansas City 1-0 DC United olarak sona erdi. Amerika Major Ligi maç özetlerini her zaman sitemizde izleyebilirsiniz.
          Field Service Technician      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MO-Kansas City, * Relocation to Central MO is required * Summary - Field Service Technician is responsible performing maintenance, installation, and repair of equipment on-site in customers' facilities. RESPONSIBILITLIES: 3-5 years' experience in maintenance and service of manufacturing equipment or industrial machinery Ability to travel up to 75% to customer facilities in the US and internationally Must have exp
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MO-Kansas City, * Relocation to Central MO is required * Summary - Field Service Technician is responsible performing maintenance, installation, and repair of equipment on-site in customers' facilities. RESPONSIBILITLIES: 3-5 years' experience in maintenance and service of manufacturing equipment or industrial machinery Ability to travel up to 75% to customer facilities in the US and internationally Must have exp
          Eblast: Natalie's 8/10, and Clementine's 8/11      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Posted By: Hunter on August 8th, 4:25PM. Natalie's 8/10, and Clementine's 8/11 Hello, everybody. Things just keep rollin' along. I had a ball last Sunday, playing and visiting with old and new friends in Austin, TX, at the Omar Dykes benefit at Antone's. Thanks to everyone who turned out and/or supported Omar at this time when his medical bills and inability to perform have put him in a tough spot. Kudos! Flew back and now, I'll be getting my radio show "The List" together, so that I can get back in the van and head to one of my favorite spots, Natalie's Coal Fired Pizza in Worthington (Columbus), OH! Showtime there on Friday night 8/10/18 is 9:30pm. Seating is limited, so, if I were you, I'd get a ticket now! More information and venue website links are available on our Tour Dates page. Then on Saturday, 8/11/2018, we will head to Harrisonburg, VA for a show at Clementine's. Showtime 8pm. Hey, check out the new sticker! We are, of course, currently shipping the new CD Powerful Stuff! as well. Swag, swag, everywhere... including at the shows! Gonna listen to "The List" this week? It's good for ya, you know!! You can catch it on Fridays 2pm-4pm Central, or the replay on Saturday at 7am-9am Central. It can be heard at 89.5 FM in middle Tennessee, or anywhere at WMOT.org. Well, got to dust off the sombrero, change my strings, give myself a good talkin' to and get back to it. Hope to see a lot of ya'll out there this weekend! Best of the best... WW Quick Summary of Upcoming Performances - Visit our site for full details! ** Friday, 08/10/18: Natalie's Coal Fired Pizza, Worthington OH ** Saturday, 08/11/18: Clementine's, Harrisonburge, VA ** Saturday, 08/18/18: Ardenland / Duling Hall, Jackson MS (solo/ensemble) ** Friday, 08/31/18: The Vista Room, Decatur GA ** Saturday, 09/29/18: Knuckleheads, Kansas City MO ** Saturday, 09/22/18: International Gumbo Festival, Jackson MS ** Sunday, 09/30/18: The Zoo Bar, Lincoln NE ** Friday, 10/19/18: Godfrey Daniels, Bethlehem PA (solo) ** Saturday, 10/20/18: Tenth Avenue Burrito, Belmar NJ (solo) ** Wednesday, 11/07/18: Sweet P's BBQ, Knoxville TN (solo) ** Friday, 11/30/18: Red Dragon Listening Room, Baton Rouge LA (solo) ** Sunday, 12/02/18: Frog Pond at Blue Moon Farm, Silver Hill AL (solo) ** Sunday, 01/27/19 to 02/01/2019: Outlaw Country Cruise 4, sails from Tampa FL ** Sunday, 02/10/19: City Winery, Nashville TN PS. For the whole scoop on upcoming WW shows, please visit the Tour Dates page: https://www.webbwilder.com/?goto=Tour_Dates
          Fillmyer Gets First Big League Win As Royals Top Cubs 9-0      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Heath Fillmyer allowed three singles over seven innings for his first major league win, Adalberto Mondesi and Drew Butera each drove in three, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago Cubs 9-0 Wednesday night.
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MO-Kansas City, Job #: 874288 Apex is seeking candidates with strong CAD drafting experience for two Drafting Technician openings with an engineering client in Kansas City. Candidates must have AutoCAD or MicroStation experience. Experience level 0-4 years. Entry level candidates should have prior educational experience using AutoCAD or Microstation. Qualified candidates for the additional opening must have exper
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MO-Kansas City, Position operates equipment that blends raw materials to create beverage products to exact specifications. Position is responsible for weighing, measuring, and mixing ingredients to standards. Performs routine tests to ensure resulting mixture meets specified properties and consistencies. Performs periodic sampling of products as they are being bottled/canned to ensure continuous meeting of standa
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MO-Lees Summit, Personal Banker Summit Bank of Kansas City is currently seeking an experienced Personal Banker to join our team in Lee's Summit, MO. Job Summary: Responsible for providing a high quality of customer service while performing a wide variety of services such as new deposit accounts, teller transactions, assisting customers with questions, changes, or concerns regarding new or existing accounts. Cross
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MO-Kansas City, We are an industry leader and we’re growing quickly. Bring your mechanical skills to our newest operation. Ask about our sign on bonus. Competitive Hourly Pay - Paid Weekly Up to $750 Sign On Bonus (For the Lead Position) Major Medical, Dental, Vision, Prescription & Life Insurance Company Matched 401K Paid Vacations and Holidays JOB DUTIES Ability to drive a service truck (F-350) to an onsite loc
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MO-Kansas City, We are currently seeking an experienced Fuel Transport Driver with an excellent driving record. The right candidate will have a Class A CDL, 2 years of driving OTR or Fuel, with Hazmat and Tanker endorsements. Our drivers enjoy the generous compensation and the excellent benefits package we offer. Pilot Flying J is the nation's leader in the Travel Center industry. Pilot Flying J is the largest op
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MO-Kansas City, We are currently seeking candidates for an entry level Investment Operations Associate position located Kansas City, MO 64105. The position is with an International Investment Management Company looking to hire bright and ambitious Accounting and Finance professionals. A large component of this position will be working with investment derivatives and accounting procedures. Responsibilities: Perfor
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MO-Kansas City, Are you motivated and hardworking? Liberty National Life Insurance Company has an opportunity for you that can finally be the job you’ve been looking for. We make a difference in the communities we serve and are looking for service-minded professionals to join our team. We are currently interviewing entry- and senior-level applicants or applicants with business-to business sales experience who wan
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MO-Kansas City, Call To Apply 1-800-903-4103 Earn $190.00+ Day Vent Cleaning & Maintenance Flexible Hours, Will Train, Part Time Right now our company is training entry level service technicians for residential dryer vent cleaning in your area. We have been in business since 1983. If approved you'll be going to customers homes in your area and cleaning out residential dryer vents. The work is very enjoyable, easy
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MO-Kansas City, Position Duties Coach Safety, Quality and Productivity to ensure objectives are met through following standardized work Focus on lean manufacturing, drive for results and safety. Rotating shifts every 4 months. Must be flexible to working any shift (day, mid and overnight) any day of the week. About Aerotek: We know that a company's success starts with its employees. We also know that an individua
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MO-Kansas City, A large nationally-known research organization, Abt Associates, is seeking for experienced Field Interviewers as well as self-motivated, hard-working, skillful communicators to travel to selected homes and gain participation of respondents. The interview conducted will support the HPOG Program, established by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA), to fund training in high-de
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KA Recruiting - Missouri - (Only QUALIFIED Healthcare Professionals accepted) Medicine/Surgery-Director of Nursing - Highly regarded Health System in Kansas City, MO... and outpatient behavioral health services Neuroscience Institute Pathway Designated in Nursing Education: Graduate from accredited school of nursing...
          8/9/2018: FRONT PAGE: Gunman who killed Indian man in Kansas bar gets life sentence      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Kansas man who opened fire in a suburban Kansas City bar, killing an immigrant from India and wounding two other men, was sentenced Tuesday in federal court to three consecutive life prison sentences for what federal prosecutors said was a hate...
          AHTME – “Possession Obsession” Drum Playthrough Video Released      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Kansas City, Mo tech death sickos Ahtme have released a drum playthrough for their track "Possession Obsession". The video features drummer Jordan Plumer showing his surgically precise, highly technical, and groove laden drumming at its finest. The track is from their newest album Sewerborn which was released June 1st on...
          Royals Top Cubs 9-0      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Heath Fillmyer allowed three singles over seven innings for his first major league win, Adalberto Mondesi and Drew Butera each drove in three, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago Cubs 9-0 Wednesday night.

Anthony Rizzo drilled Fillmyer (1-1) with a line drive on the left foot on his third pitch, but Fillmyer stuck around and didn't allow another hit until David Bote and Tommy La Stella singled with one out in the seventh inning.

Mondesi belted a 2-0 pitch from Jose Quintana for a three-run homer in the seventh. It was Mondesi's fourth home run and his first since July 15, a span of 42 at-bats.

Butera hit a two-run, two-out double with the bases loaded in the second inning and added a sacrifice fly during a four-run eighth.

Jorge Bonifacio, who entered hitting .103 in his past 16 games, Brett Phillips and Hunter Dozier each had two hits and a walk and combined to score seven runs. Bonifacio had an RBI double in the eighth, while Phillips contributed an RBI triple.

Quintana (10-8) dropped to 3-10 in 25 starts against the Royals. He was removed after Mondesi's homer, giving up five runs on six hits and two walks.

The Royals snapped a six-game losing streak.

DARVISH UPDATE

Cubs RHP Yu Darvish threw a 33-pitch bullpen with his velocity reaching 93 mph.

"He looked loose and free to me," Cubs manager Joe Maddon said. "I thought it was a really good day, no negatives."

Darvish, who the Cubs signed to a six-year $126 million contract in February, has missed 69 games. He last pitched on May 20. Maddon said he anticipates Darvish will throw one more bullpen, and if he has no setback, would go on a minor league rehab assignment.

TRAINER'S ROOM

Cubs: IF-OF Ben Zobrist (sore hip) was out of the lineup after leaving Tuesday's game in fifth inning. "Just a little bit sore, just precautionary," Zobrist. "Let's rest it and get back to it. It should be no problem at all Friday."

Royals: RHP Ian Kennedy (left oblique strain) said he felt no discomfort the day after throwing a 25-pitch bullpen. He is scheduled to throw a 30-35 pitch bullpen Friday while mixing in more offspeed pitches.

UP NEXT

Cubs: After a day off, RHP Kyle Hendricks will start Friday against the Nationals at Wrigley Field.

Royals: Continue interleague play with a series beginning Friday against St. Louis. RHP Burch Smith will start the opener.


          Carpenter Hits 31st Homer, Cardinals Beat Marlins       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Matt Carpenter hit a tiebreaking homer for the second consecutive night, and the St. Louis Cardinals won their fourth series in a row Wednesday by beating Miami 7-1.

Carpenter put St. Louis ahead with a home run leading off the sixth inning, his NL-leading 31st. His eighth-inning homer Tuesday helped St. Louis beat Miami 3-2, and he has homered in five of the past six games.

John Gant (4-4) pitched six innings and allowed one run, which scored in part because of a defensive lapse. He and three relievers combined to retire 21 batters in a row.

The Cardinals' Yadier Molina hit his 15th homer in the first and doubled home two runs in the ninth. Marcell Ozuna doubled home a run in the sixth and went 6 for 11 in the series against his former team.

Trevor Richards (3-7) allowed three runs in 5 2/3 innings for the last-place Marlins, who have lost eight of their past nine games.

The Cardinals improved to 13-9 under interim manager Mike Shildt.

St. Louis missed a chance to turn a double play in the second inning, and that led to a run that came home on Miguel Rojas' single. The Marlins totaled three hits.

STILL STRUGGLING

Marlins reliever Kyle Barraclough, who lost his closer's job this week, gave up a two-run double to Paul DeJong in the eighth. DeJong also made a leaping catch at shortstop to rob Magneuris Sierra of a hit.

TRAINER'S ROOM

Cardinals: Pinch runner Harrison Bader was shaken up on a headfirst slide in the eighth inning, but stayed in the game and scored.

Marlins: Rookie CF Lewis Brinson (right hip) is expected to begin taking live batting practice next week, and the Marlins hope he can return for another 100 at-bats or so before the end of the season, manager Don Mattingly said.

UP NEXT

Cardinals: Following a day off, the Cardinals open a three-game series at Kansas City, with LHP Austin Gomber (1-0, 4.10 ERA) scheduled to pitch Friday.

Marlins: Miami opens a three-game series at home Friday against the Mets, with RHP Jose Urena (3-11, 4.66) scheduled to start the series opener.


          Maintenance Worker - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This individual will assist in maintaining and repairing KVC facilities. KVC Niles is seeking a skilled individual who takes pride in their work to join our...
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          Program Director - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KVC Prairie Ridge Hospital is looking for energetic, positive, caring professionals to join our team. KVC provides a competitive compensation and benefit...
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          School Care Support Specialist - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Behavioral Health Technician - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Therapist - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          PRN Receptionist - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KVC Niles is looking for energetic, positive, caring professionals to join our team. KVC Niles is seeking a PRN Receptionist to competently and professionally...
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          Cook - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KVC Niles provides residential and day treatment behavioral health programs and has operated for 133 years in Kansas City, MO....
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          (Springfield) Beretta PX4 Storm Ernest Langdon Compact Carry 9mm w/ gorgeous custom holster, enhanced trigger - $ 900      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Beretta PX4 Storm Compact Carry 9mm w/ custom hybrid IWB holster by Stitch Dex Holsters in Kansas City.

Also comes with Langdon Tactical 11# chrome silicon-coated hammer spring (installed) & extra Wilson Combat 12# hammer spring, as well as the stock hammer spring (I think 14#).

Gun has approximately 400 perfect rounds through it and is in same as new condition. Holster is brand new and has not been carried.

Trigger pull w/ LTT spring is a very smooth 6.5 lbs. DA and 3.25 lbs. SA.

Comes with everything from the factory as well: 3 15rd mags, case, lock, paperwork,  2 extra backstraps, Talon Grip (installed over medium backstrap), 3 different sizes of mag release (medium installed).

Holster was almost $200 and has black carbon fiber kydex, gray stitching, black full grain leather,  and laser engraved/hand painted gray logos. Has large Beretta USA trident logo on back side. I could only upload 1 pic but can send plenty more via text.

Asking price is $900. Not looking for trades unless it's something I can't live without. 

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          Primary Care - Pharmaceutical Sales Representative - Kansas City Central, MO - Astellas Pharmaceuticals - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
There's something special about working at Astellas. Maintains territory responsible for managing Astellas' primary care products....
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          Fillmyer gets first big league win as Royals top Cubs 9-0      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Heath Fillmyer allowed three singles over seven innings for his first major league win, Adalberto Mondesi and Drew Butera each drove in three, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago Cubs 9-0 Wednesday night. Anthony Rizzo drilled Fillmyer (1-1) with a line drive on the left foot on his […]
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Heath Fillmyer used a hockey mentality to get a baseball milestone Wednesday night.Fillmyer allowed three singles over seven innings...
           Fillmyer, Royals shut out Cubs       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Heath Fillmyer tossed seven shutout innings for his first career victory, and Adalberto Mondesi slugged a three-run homer as the Kansas City Royals recorded...
           Center back Fontas joins Sporting Kansas City       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Center back Andreu Fontas, a 10-year professional from Spain, signed with Sporting Kansas City, the MLS club announced Wednesday.Fontas, who signed an MLS...
          Offer - Car Dent Remover - USA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Auto Dent Company was established in Kansas City, MO and has since opened in Omaha, NE and Dallas/Fort Worth, TX. Auto Dent Company’s mission is to continually deliver professional service utilizing the highest technology to restore your vehicle following hail damage. Auto Dent Company works with all insurance companies, waives deductibles and offers free rentals. We offer a military and teacher cash back program to thank those in esteemed roles within our community. We offer pickup/drop off service as well as limited lifetime warranty on all repairs.
          Salesforce Commerce Cloud UI Developer - Northeast - Accenture - Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          José Barragán es fichado por la Major League Soccer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
José Barragán fue fichado por Swope Park Ranger, cuya filial es el Sporting Kansas City de la liga estadounidense de fútbol, Major League Soccer (MLS), según reseña su página oficial. Barragán jugará con los también venezolanos, Juan Guerra, Renzo Zambrano, José Hernández, Cristián Casseres Jr y Diego Restrepo. El ariete ha tenido varias apariciones en la Selección […]
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Wade ParisIn the July 15, 2018, Kansas City Star, Darryl Levings tells the story of William Thomas, who built a sail wagon in 1853. It was 25 feet long with wheels 12 feet in diameter. It sported a large sail, complete with a “handler” high above. He proposed to use this vehicle to transport goods over the Santa Fe Trail and to find Spanish silver.

In the July 15, 2018, Kansas City Star, Darryl Levings tells the story of William Thomas, who built a sail wagon in 1853. It was 25 feet long with wheels 12 feet in diameter. It sported a large sail, complete with a “handler” high above. He proposed to use this vehicle to transport goods over the Santa Fe Trail and to find Spanish silver.

Wade ParisWade ParisThomas is to be congratulated for being among the earliest pioneers of wind power. The wind, however, did not cooperate; and suddenly the craft was being pushed violently backward. The “ship” was wrecked, as was Thomas’s Overland Navigation Company.

Sometime later, a smaller version was built. It was hauled to Shawnee, Kan., wheels greased with bison tallow, and loaded with provisions. The tired entrepreneurs retired to Westport to spend the night. In their jubilation, they forgot to lower the sail. When they returned, the ship had blown away — never to be found.

A scripture came to mind as I read that story. The Apostle Paul advised the Ephesians not to be “blown about by every wind of doctrine” (Ephesians 4:14). False principles and deceit are easily covered up by cunning cleverness.

Years ago, I worked on a construction crew with many co-laborers. We gathered under the shade of a lean-to for lunch. Knowing I was a preacher, the discussions sometimes turned “theological.” I was amazed at what some of these men believed. Most believed you got to heaven by being good; but none thought they were good enough to make it.

There was one guy in the bunch who liked to tell about going to church with his wife. The preacher preached on tithing, and my friend wasn’t going to let any (expletive deleted) preacher tell him what to give, saying, “I give what I want to.” Then, in the same breath, he added he didn’t go to church anymore.

When he told that story for the third time, I asked, “If you don’t attend church, how can you give what you want to?” It got a good laugh, but I’m certain it didn’t change anything.

From the beginning of time, people have been searching for truth. Often people believe what is cunning or convenient rather than what is true. Joining the Apostle Paul, I advise, don’t be blown about by every wind of doctrine. You might wake up and discover your ship has blown away.

Wade Paris writes a weekly syndicated column, “The Shepherd Calls.”


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MO-Kansas City, RESPONSIBILITIES: Kforce has a client that is looking for an IT Business Analyst in the Kansas City, Missouri (MO) area who will contribute to technology projects. The IT Business Analyst is also responsible for educating project team members and the business community on the impact of the proposed projects and for developing contingency plans. Day to Day Responsibilities: Write test plans and tes
          Detonation Systems Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MO-Kansas City, Detonation Systems Engineer Innovate to solve the world's most important challenges This position will be a primary support position for the development and production of special application electrical cable assemblies. Position Duties and Responsibilities: Completes assignments and provides detailed instructions in the design and/or project management of new and current projects, products, progra
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MO-Kansas City, Product Engineer Requirements: BS Degree in Engineering from an ABET accredited school Minimum 5 years’ experience engineering in manufacturing environment Previous experience as a manufacturing engineer, process engineer, electrical engineer, or product engineer highly preferred Must be US Citizen due to contractual requirements Scope: Conduct research and provide technical guidance on product de
          Senior GD&T Mechanical Design Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          This Trump Ally Will Oversee His Own Recount in Governor's Race — And No Law Can Stop Him      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
And another secretary of state will oversee his own election as well.

This week’s super close results in a handful of state primaries and special elections have highlighted a longstanding problem in our democracy: the officials overseeing the vote count and recounts can occasionally be candidates in those races—or their appointees.

Exhibit A for this conflict of interest, with all of its repercussions for public confidence in the process, is the nation’s most notorious voter suppression-endorsing secretary of state, Kansas Republican Kris Kobach. He leads incumbent Gov. Jeff Colyer by fewer than 200 votes out of more than 300,000 cast in Tuesday’s Republican gubernatorial primary.

As KansasCity.com reported, “No law requires Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach to recuse himself from a recount in the governor’s race, but legal and political experts say he should to maintain trust in the election.” Later on Wednesday at a campaign event, Kobach said that he would not recuse himself.

“The recount thing is done on a county level, so the secretary of state does not actually participate directly in the recount,” he said. “The secretary of state’s office merely serves as a coordinating entity overseeing it all but not actually counting the votes.”

You might think that there could be no clearer example of why non-partisan election administration should be a standard in American democracy. But the conflicts of interest in Kansas only deepen as one digs into the mechanics of the process in one of the state's most voter-rich regions—despite Kobach’s contention that he’s at arm’s length.

That’s because in Johnson County, where Kansas City and its suburbs are located, elections are overseen by Johnson County Election Commissioner Ronnie Metsker, who was appointed by Kobach in February 2016, as KansasCity.com noted in another report. “Before he became election commissioner, he was chairman of the Johnson County Republican Party and a state representative.”

That’s not all. On Tuesday, Johnson County used 1,000 new voting machines in 192 polling locations for the first time. Beyond underestimating turnout, deploying too few machines and thus causing long lines, there was confusion about how to transfer the computer-tabulated precinct counts on memory sticks to a central office.

“What should have taken seconds at first took minutes, and then minutes turned into half hours,” Metsker told local reporters.

The incumbent, Gov. Colyer, wasn’t conceding and issued a statement saying he would wait until absentee and provisional ballots are counted. Provisional ballots are given to people not listed on precinct voter rolls, but are counted if county officials find they were correctly registered. In 2016’s GOP gubernatorial primary, Colyer’s campaign said there were 6,333 provisional ballots.

This sequence of events—the state’s top election officer is running for governor and will oversee the recount in his primary; with a person he appointed overseeing the process in a problem-plagued big county—wasn’t created by Russian intelligence agents seeking to undermine public confidence in American elections. This is a homegrown mess that underscores the layers of problems associated with partisan officials running elections.

This pattern isn’t confined to Kansas. In Georgia, voting rights groups have called on Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp to resign—rather than oversee the November general election where he is the GOP nominee for governor.

Common Cause Georgia Executive Director Sara Henderson noted that other previous secretaries of state have stepped down when seeking other offices. But a spokesman for Kemp told the Washington Post he has no plans to do that, citing other officeholders who didn’t resign when seeking another top government job.

But there’s a difference when you’re the senior state election official overseeing your own race, as opposed to another elected official running for another office. Common Cause Georgia and others, like the Georgia NAACP, demanded that Kemp step down, in part, after “an app for the office of secretary of state included links to Web pages associated with his campaign,” the Post noted. “Kemp has since removed the links.”

Most advanced nations have non-partisan officials running their elections. But not the world’s self-proclaimed greatest democracy—and Russia has nothing to do with this.

This article was produced by Voting Booth, a project of the Independent Media Institute.

 

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          Gay Native American Attorney Sharice Davids Wins 6-Way Democratic House Primary in Kansas      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Fillmyer gets first big league win as Royals top Cubs 9-0      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Heath Fillmyer used a hockey mentality to get a baseball milestone Wednesday night.

Fillmyer allowed three singles over seven innings for his first major league win, Adalberto Mondesi and Drew Butera each drove in three, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago Cubs 9-0.

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          Fillmyer gets first big league win as Royals top Cubs 9-0      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Heath Fillmyer allowed three singles over seven innings for his first major league win, Adalberto Mondesi and Drew Butera each drove in three, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago Cubs 9-0 Wednesday night. Anthony Rizzo drilled Fillmyer (1-1) with a line drive on the left foot on his third pitch, but Fillmyer stuck around and didn’t allow another hit until David Bote and Tommy La Stella singled with one out in the seventh inning. […]
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Heath Fillmyer tossed seven shutout innings for his first career victory, and Adalberto Mondesi slugged a three-run homer as the Kansas City Royals recorded a 9-0 victory over the visiting Chicago Cubs on Wednesday night at Kauffman Stadium. Fillmyer, a right-hander, allowed three hits while helping
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          Fillmyer gets first big league win as Royals top Cubs 9-0      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Heath Fillmyer used a hockey mentality to get a baseball milestone Wednesday night. Fillmyer allowed three singles over seven innings for his first major league win, Adalberto Mondesi and Drew Butera each drove in three, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago Cubs 9-0. Anthony Rizzo drilled Fillmyer
          VÍDEO: Mondesí pegó cuadrangular y Kansas City blanqueó a los Cachorros      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

KANSAS CITY. Heath Fillmyer permitió tres sencillos en siete entradas para su primer triunfo en Grandes Ligas, Adalberto Mondesí y Drew Butera produjeron tres carreras cada uno y los Reales de Kansas City derrotaron el miércoles 9-0 a los Cachorros de Chicago.

Anthony Rizzo golpeó a Fillmyer (1-1) con un batazo en la pierna izquierda al tercer lanzamiento del juego, pero Fillmyer se mantuvo en el juego y no permitió otro imparable hasta que David Bote y Tommy La Stella hilvanaron sencillos con un out en la séptima entrada.

Mondesí se enredó con un lanzamiento de José Quintana en cuenta de 2-0 para un cuadrangular de tres carreras. Fue el cuarto jonrón de la campaña para el dominicano y su primero desde el 15 de julio.


          Se acaba el tiempo de Bartolo Colón para superar de nuevo a Juan Marichal      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

ARLINGTON, Texas, EE.UU. Bartolo Colón tiene en mente otro objetivo después de convertirse en el pitcher latinoamericano con más triunfos en la historia. “Este año está casi por terminar. Pero hay algo que busco. Juan Marichal tiene más innings que yo. Es lo que falta”, dijo Colón. “Quiero superarlo por los dominicanos”.

Pero es posible que no haya tiempo suficiente en su 21era temporada en Grandes Ligas para que el derecho de 45 años consiga su objetivo.

Después de requerir seis intentos para obtener el triunfo 246 de su carrera y finalmente romper un empate con el nicaragüense Dennis Martínez en la cima de la lista de triunfos para un latinoamericano, Colón tendría que trabajar ahora 61 innings y dos tercios más para superar a su compatriota Marichal, miembro del Salón de la Fama, en la otra lista.

Los Rangers, últimos de su división, solo tienen 46 juegos restantes en el calendario. Colón promedia apenas menos de seis innings en sus 21 inicios, y probablemente no tenga más de nueve aperturas restantes en una rotación de cinco lanzadores en caso de no perderse un solo turno.

Pero los Rangers evidentemente están pensando a futuro y querrán ver a algunos jóvenes, especialmente una vez que el roster se expanda el 1 de septiembre. Además, la rotación actual es de seis abridores y Colón no volverá a lanzar hasta la próxima semana, a pesar de que el equipo no cuenta con días de descanso.

Cuando se le preguntó el miércoles si se reduciría la carga de trabajo de Colón en la recta final, el manager Jeff Banister respondió: “Seguimos con la misma rotación que antes”.

Colón (6-10) permitió cuatro carreras y ocho hits en siete innings en martes para conseguir su histórico triunfo en la victoria de 11-4 sobre los Marineros. El robusto dominicano retiró a 14 de sus últimos 16 enemigos.

Cuando Colón llegó a 243 triunfos el 6 de junio ante Oakland, empató a Marichal con la mayor cantidad para un lanzador dominicano. El pitcher de los Rangers superó al “Dandy Dominicano” en la lista de victorias con su triunfo del 18 de junio contra Kansas City.

Marichal, quien lanzó 244 juegos completos en su carrera, trabajó 3.507 innings durante 471 juegos en su trayectoria de 16 campañas.

Colón tiene 3.445 innings y dos tercios, la mayor cantidad para un pitcher en activo, al igual que en triunfos, después de vencer a los Marineros en su aparición número 560.

“Lo llamativo de las 246 (victorias), hemos estado hablando de eso toda la mañana, es que hay un par de lanzadores con ciertas posibilidades”, dijo Banister. “Si Bartolo llega a 250, podría ser el último con 250. Es lo más loco de todo”.

CC Sabathia, el lanzador de 37 años de los Yanquis, tiene 243 victorias en su carrera. Justin Verlander, con 35 años, es tercero entre los lanzadores en activo con 199 victorias. Félix Hernández, el derrotado ante los Rangers la noche del martes, acumula 168 triunfos, la mayor cifra para un venezolano en la historia.


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One of the many iterations of Louise Bourgeois's Spider, this one in front of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City. Louise made a buck or two off this idea. I've seen them at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and London's Tate Modern. No idea how many there are but it is always arresting to the first time viewer. After too many encounters maybe you're ready to reach for a can of Raid.

Note the sign on the wall of the building in the background.

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          Tuesday’s primaries—what to watch for in Ohio and elsewhere      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

There are four primary elections, of various significance, scheduled for tomorrow night. While in a win in the special election for Ohio’s 12th district is both important and plausible, post-election analysis of the deeper trends will tell us more about what will happen in November.

In a previous post, we mentioned that Ohio’s 12th Congressional District is even more favorable towards Republican candidates than it was during the tenures of John Kasich and Pat Tiberi.

When the Republican Governor and state legislature gerrymandered the 12th District, Delaware County was expected to dilute the Democratic trend in Franklin County (Columbus). But as a result of Donald Trump and the demographic and cultural changes, it appears that Delaware is on its way to politically melding with Franklin as a suburban enclave—potentially neutralizing the gains Trump has made in Licking County and the rural segments of the 12th District. The Franklin and Delaware suburbs reflect the kind of district Democrats must win in November in order to gain control of the House. Conversely, while not ignoring Licking and the old manufacturing cities of Newark and Mansfield (Richland County), 60 percent or more of tomorrow’s vote will be accounted for in Franklin and Delaware counties.

The last statewide Democratic candidate to win Delaware County was Ted Strickland, when he was elected Governor in 2006. But Delaware is the fastest growing county in Ohio, and contains a far different demographic mix than was discernible in 2006. Strickland won 51.2 percent of the major party vote there. If Danny O’Connor, the Democratic candidate, wins tomorrow night, he may have to amass an even higher percentage in Delaware County than did Strickland, who won 57 percent of the vote district-wide.

This is not to understate the importance of the share of the vote that will come from Franklin County and the city of Columbus. To win tomorrow night, O’Connor needs a margin of more than 20 percent in Franklin, along with a vote share of 34 percent or higher. In Columbus which we expect will account for at least 14 percent of the total votes cast, O’Connor needs to win by a margin of 30 percent or more. Again, these are prototypical of the battleground terrain in the midterm election in November.

Licking County (which we expect will account for 20 percent or more of the total vote share) has always been a Republican leaning area. It is a more middle-class and blue-collar area in which Trump won by more than 30 percent in 2016. O’Connor will not win Licking County, but if he can narrow the margin to 20 or 15 percent (rather than 30 percent) of the major party vote, he would potentially clinch a district-wide plurality. Mansfield, a blue-collar, formerly-Democratic leaning old manufacturing city in Richland County swung to Trump in 2016, also deserves closer attention

What to watch for in tomorrow’s other primary elections

Kansas

If militant conservative Kris Kobach defeats Republican Governor Jeff Colyer tomorrow, a Democrat would stand a good chance of winning the general election. Moreover, two congressional races critical to Democratic midterm aspirations will be decided tomorrow night. In the 2nd Congressional District (Topeka area) former State House Minority Leader Paul Davis, who won a plurality of the district vote in his unsuccessful gubernatorial race, will be the Democratic nominee. There are several Republican candidates and Steve Watkins is the narrow favorite to win.

Even more attention will be focused on the 3rd District (Kansas City area) currently represented by Republican Kevin Yoder. Among the Democrats competing for the chance to unseat Yoder are Sharice Davids, an attorney who overcame enormous personal obstacles to be in this position; Brent Welder, a former Bernie Sanders campaign official; and Tom Niermann, a teacher who is signaling that he is the moderate candidate in this race. With one of the highest levels of educational attainment in the nation, the 3rd District mirrors how Democrats have made gains in Congress over the past election cycles. Winning both of these elections in the fall is critical to Democratic fortunes. Davis, Niermann and 2016 candidate Jay Sidie are all stronger general election candidates, but Welder may be the slight favorite tomorrow night.

Michigan

Michigan’s 8th Congressional District, an area that is more exurban than suburban, seems poised to nominate former Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense Elissa Slotkin as the Democratic nominee, who will oppose Republican incumbent Mike Bishop in the fall.

In the heavily suburban 11th District, located in the wealthy Detroit suburbs, moderate Republican Dave Trott is not running for reelection. Accordingly, both parties are holding competitive primaries. Trending Democratic, this race is as toss up in the fall.

Missouri

Democratic incumbent Lacy Clay is being challenged by progressive activist Cori Bush, a strong challenger in the 1st District (St. Louis area) who might unseat Clay.

In the 2nd district (suburban St. Louis), veteran Mark Osmack and attorney Cort VanOstran vie for the nomination. The winner will face Republican incumbent Ann Wagner, who is the favorite this fall. Still, a potential Democratic wave is as threat to Republican-held competitive suburban district.

Washington

In the 8th Congressional District, vacated by Republican Dave Reichert, three strong Democratic challengers lead the field. The winner will likely face state Senator Dino Rossi in November. This race is a toss-up and the district is more middle-class and culturally neutral than the booming Seattle suburbs.

We will post an analysis of the implications of these primaries on Wednesday.

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WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas’ most populous county left the rest of the state waiting nearly 13 hours until Wednesday morning for complete primary election results that proved to be pivotal in a high profile and close Republican race for governor — the second consecutive major election fumble by the affluent Kansas City-area county. “I’m [&hellip
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          This Trump Ally Will Oversee His Own Recount in Governor's Race — And No Law Can Stop Him      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
And another secretary of state will oversee his own election as well.

This week’s super close results in a handful of state primaries and special elections have highlighted a longstanding problem in our democracy: the officials overseeing the vote count and recounts can occasionally be candidates in those races—or their appointees.

Exhibit A for this conflict of interest, with all of its repercussions for public confidence in the process, is the nation’s most notorious voter suppression-endorsing secretary of state, Kansas Republican Kris Kobach. He leads incumbent Gov. Jeff Colyer by fewer than 200 votes out of more than 300,000 cast in Tuesday’s Republican gubernatorial primary.

As KansasCity.com reported, “No law requires Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach to recuse himself from a recount in the governor’s race, but legal and political experts say he should to maintain trust in the election.” Later on Wednesday at a campaign event, Kobach said that he would not recuse himself.

“The recount thing is done on a county level, so the secretary of state does not actually participate directly in the recount,” he said. “The secretary of state’s office merely serves as a coordinating entity overseeing it all but not actually counting the votes.”

You might think that there could be no clearer example of why non-partisan election administration should be a standard in American democracy. But the conflicts of interest in Kansas only deepen as one digs into the mechanics of the process in one of the state's most voter-rich regions—despite Kobach’s contention that he’s at arm’s length.

That’s because in Johnson County, where Kansas City and its suburbs are located, elections are overseen by Johnson County Election Commissioner Ronnie Metsker, who was appointed by Kobach in February 2016, as KansasCity.com noted in another report. “Before he became election commissioner, he was chairman of the Johnson County Republican Party and a state representative.”

That’s not all. On Tuesday, Johnson County used 1,000 new voting machines in 192 polling locations for the first time. Beyond underestimating turnout, deploying too few machines and thus causing long lines, there was confusion about how to transfer the computer-tabulated precinct counts on memory sticks to a central office.

“What should have taken seconds at first took minutes, and then minutes turned into half hours,” Metsker told local reporters.

The incumbent, Gov. Colyer, wasn’t conceding and issued a statement saying he would wait until absentee and provisional ballots are counted. Provisional ballots are given to people not listed on precinct voter rolls, but are counted if county officials find they were correctly registered. In 2016’s GOP gubernatorial primary, Colyer’s campaign said there were 6,333 provisional ballots.

This sequence of events—the state’s top election officer is running for governor and will oversee the recount in his primary; with a person he appointed overseeing the process in a problem-plagued big county—wasn’t created by Russian intelligence agents seeking to undermine public confidence in American elections. This is a homegrown mess that underscores the layers of problems associated with partisan officials running elections.

This pattern isn’t confined to Kansas. In Georgia, voting rights groups have called on Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp to resign—rather than oversee the November general election where he is the GOP nominee for governor.

Common Cause Georgia Executive Director Sara Henderson noted that other previous secretaries of state have stepped down when seeking other offices. But a spokesman for Kemp told the Washington Post he has no plans to do that, citing other officeholders who didn’t resign when seeking another top government job.

But there’s a difference when you’re the senior state election official overseeing your own race, as opposed to another elected official running for another office. Common Cause Georgia and others, like the Georgia NAACP, demanded that Kemp step down, in part, after “an app for the office of secretary of state included links to Web pages associated with his campaign,” the Post noted. “Kemp has since removed the links.”

Most advanced nations have non-partisan officials running their elections. But not the world’s self-proclaimed greatest democracy—and Russia has nothing to do with this.

This article was produced by Voting Booth, a project of the Independent Media Institute.

 

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This alternative approach to music marketing grew out of necessity, as Pavé, even after much critical and artistic success, had trouble drumming up local investment. As he sees it, the lack of support, even in a climate of local rappers regularly going platinum, is a Memphis thing. "In Memphis, there's a total disconnect between what's happening in the world and what people want to be happening in the world. Memphis made the deliberate choice in the 1970s to really not be about money over racism. Atlanta is in Georgia; it's still a racist place, it still has a police state, it still has all these issues, but they choose money over racism. Memphis will cut its nose to spite its face, and lose all the money possible just to not support black people. You would think that hip-hop would be elevated and supported, not only because they need the support but because hip-hop is a multi-million dollar industry."

Look for the Payroll series' next video, "Neva Lost," next week, featuring Pavé riding herd on a couple of boxers. "The video is super fun," he enthuses. "We shot it with real fighters. Brandon Gaitor is the main guy's name. I think he's undefeated in his career, so it's really hilarious for me to be treating him like that."

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          This Trump Ally Will Oversee His Own Recount in Governor's Race — And No Law Can Stop Him      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
And another secretary of state will oversee his own election as well.

This week’s super close results in a handful of state primaries and special elections have highlighted a longstanding problem in our democracy: the officials overseeing the vote count and recounts can occasionally be candidates in those races—or their appointees.

Exhibit A for this conflict of interest, with all of its repercussions for public confidence in the process, is the nation’s most notorious voter suppression-endorsing secretary of state, Kansas Republican Kris Kobach. He leads incumbent Gov. Jeff Colyer by fewer than 200 votes out of more than 300,000 cast in Tuesday’s Republican gubernatorial primary.

As KansasCity.com reported, “No law requires Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach to recuse himself from a recount in the governor’s race, but legal and political experts say he should to maintain trust in the election.” Later on Wednesday at a campaign event, Kobach said that he would not recuse himself.

“The recount thing is done on a county level, so the secretary of state does not actually participate directly in the recount,” he said. “The secretary of state’s office merely serves as a coordinating entity overseeing it all but not actually counting the votes.”

You might think that there could be no clearer example of why non-partisan election administration should be a standard in American democracy. But the conflicts of interest in Kansas only deepen as one digs into the mechanics of the process in one of the state's most voter-rich regions—despite Kobach’s contention that he’s at arm’s length.

That’s because in Johnson County, where Kansas City and its suburbs are located, elections are overseen by Johnson County Election Commissioner Ronnie Metsker, who was appointed by Kobach in February 2016, as KansasCity.com noted in another report. “Before he became election commissioner, he was chairman of the Johnson County Republican Party and a state representative.”

That’s not all. On Tuesday, Johnson County used 1,000 new voting machines in 192 polling locations for the first time. Beyond underestimating turnout, deploying too few machines and thus causing long lines, there was confusion about how to transfer the computer-tabulated precinct counts on memory sticks to a central office.

“What should have taken seconds at first took minutes, and then minutes turned into half hours,” Metsker told local reporters.

The incumbent, Gov. Colyer, wasn’t conceding and issued a statement saying he would wait until absentee and provisional ballots are counted. Provisional ballots are given to people not listed on precinct voter rolls, but are counted if county officials find they were correctly registered. In 2016’s GOP gubernatorial primary, Colyer’s campaign said there were 6,333 provisional ballots.

This sequence of events—the state’s top election officer is running for governor and will oversee the recount in his primary; with a person he appointed overseeing the process in a problem-plagued big county—wasn’t created by Russian intelligence agents seeking to undermine public confidence in American elections. This is a homegrown mess that underscores the layers of problems associated with partisan officials running elections.

This pattern isn’t confined to Kansas. In Georgia, voting rights groups have called on Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp to resign—rather than oversee the November general election where he is the GOP nominee for governor.

Common Cause Georgia Executive Director Sara Henderson noted that other previous secretaries of state have stepped down when seeking other offices. But a spokesman for Kemp told the Washington Post he has no plans to do that, citing other officeholders who didn’t resign when seeking another top government job.

But there’s a difference when you’re the senior state election official overseeing your own race, as opposed to another elected official running for another office. Common Cause Georgia and others, like the Georgia NAACP, demanded that Kemp step down, in part, after “an app for the office of secretary of state included links to Web pages associated with his campaign,” the Post noted. “Kemp has since removed the links.”

Most advanced nations have non-partisan officials running their elections. But not the world’s self-proclaimed greatest democracy—and Russia has nothing to do with this.

This article was produced by Voting Booth, a project of the Independent Media Institute.


          Election Night Trend: It's Not That Democrats Are Winning — It's That Democratic Women Are Winning      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The truth is, only 22% of progressive primary candidates have won since 2016.

There is a pernicious myth that Democrats only road back to power is through progressive populism, a vision best summarized as the combination of anti-establishment sentiment with (far) left policies, and represented by politicians like Bernie Sanders and James Corbyn.

This theory admittedly has tremendous appeal:

  • Democrats were left historically weak after 2016, so clearly they need to do something different.
  • Donald Trump rode to power on populist sentiment, and populism is winning around the world.
  • Democrats fared particularly poorly among whites who do not have a college education. These voters should be Democratic voters (if they were voting in their own economic interest).

This theory has been the subject of much attention in the media (to put it mildly), and is usually summarized as the need to appeal to the white working class (Democrats already win the working class handily). It is also usually presented as mutually exclusive with identity politics, a term typically used by the right to mean a focus on women, minority, and LGBTQ issues. Twitter user @coffee_minion assembled a montage, of which I have taken a sampling: Links hereherehere, and here.

Daniel Marans is an excellent reporter and a representative of one who ascribes to this theory of the electorate. Marans has been pushing this progressive populist narrativeheavily over at the Huffington Post. Yesterday, Marans penned an article on how Bernie Sanders’ vision is on the Michigan Democratic Primary Ballot:

Michigan's Democratic gubernatorial primary features Bernie Sanders-style populism against experience. My curtain raiser: https://t.co/NU6Y0c2G2a

— Daniel Marans (@danielmarans) August 7, 2018

That vision lost in a Democratic primary last night. El-Sayed always trailed in the polls, often in fourth place behind “Don’t Know” and the obviously fake progressive, despite being handpicked by Sanders, and promising to be the Nation’s first Muslim-American Governor. 

Michigan was supposed to be the test of the midwest progressive populist theory of the election. After all, a major argument of progressive populist proponents is that Sanders’ victory in the 2016 Democratic Michigan primary (albeit extremely narrow) means that Sanders could have won Michigan in the general. Tonight we can finally dispense with that theory.

Progressive populism vision was also on the ballot in the Kansas 3rd congressional district last night.

Bernie Sanders endorsed Brent Welder, a progressive labor attorney, who was running against another progressive, Sharice David, promising to become the first Native American woman and LGBTQ individual elected to Congress. There was much stanning, as the kids say these days, for the Sanders vision to prevail in the Heartland.

Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez even parachuted in to Witchita to campaign against Sharice Davids, which was the subject of a diary here (and which is, of course, entirely within their right).

But the Bernie narrative also may have fared poorly in KS03 last night, where it presently is finishing second in a crowded primary field. A narrow victory isn’t proof dispositive.

The truth is, only 22% of progressive primary candidates have won since 2016. This is far less than one would expect if the progressive populist vision was broadly appealing. There have been many notable high profile progressive losses, such as Tom Perriello losing to the more moderate and ultimate victor for Virgina Governor, Ralph Northam, by about 12%. And Phil Murphy, also the ultimate victor for New Jersey governor, defeating John Wisniewski by almost 2:1.

Something to remember about the battle inside the Democratic Party: "Bernie candidates" lost the #VAGov and #NJGov primaries, and the winners of those primaries passed a millionaire's tax, automatic voter registration, Medicaid expansion, etc.

— Dave Weigel (@daveweigel) August 7, 2018

Andrew Cuomo is truly odious, being called the single greatest obstacle to moving New York in a progressive direction. Despite his unpopularity, the Sanders backed candidate Cynthia Nixon is foundering, trailing by a whopping 36% in the latest poll. It is true that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s victory was exciting, but Nate Silver makes an excellent point about reading too much into one primary victory in a 77%/20% Hillary Clinton congressional district with 11.8% turnout.

Two things can be true:
1) The power/energy in the Democratic Party is moving leftward.
2) Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's victory was mostly because she was a great candidate, running in the right district at the right time, and probably had relatively little to do with her leftness.

— Nate Silver (@NateSilver538) July 18, 2018

So why the intense desire to push this narrative?

There is nothing wrong with progressive populists running, and even winning, but the real story of this cycle is the victory of women. Perhaps some in the media don’t want to focus on that.


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Kansas City business leaders will participate in the KVC Kids Classic Charity Golf Tournament on Monday, August 13 to raise funds for children and families involved in the child welfare system.

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Estos son los encuentros previstos para esta jornada en las Grandes Ligas, con los horarios de acción y los pitchers probables

Liga Americana
Seattle en Texas, 2:10 PM. Marco Gonzales vs Yovani Gallardo

Detroit en Los Angeles, 4:07 PM.  Blaine Hardy vs Jaime Barria

Baltimore en Tampa Bay, 7:00 PM. Andrew Cashner vs Ryne Stanek

Boston en Toronto, 7:07 PM.  Brian Johnson vs Mike Hauschild

Minnesota en Cleveland, 7:10 PM.  Jake Odorizzi vs Mike Clevinger

Chicago en Kansas City, 8:15 PM.  Jose Quintana vs Heath Fillmyer

Interligas
Nueva York en Chicago, 8:10 PM.  Luis Severino vs Lucas Giolito

Los Angeles en Oakland, 10:05 PM.  Clayton Kershaw vs Mike Fiers

Liga Nacional
Cincinnati en Nueva York, 12:10 PM. Robert Stephenson vs Jacob deGrom

Pittsburgh en Colorado, 3:10 PM.  Chris Archer vs German Marquez

Filadelfia en Arizona, 3:40 PM.  Vince Velasquez vs Patrick Corbin

Atlanta en Washington, 7:00 PM. Mike Foltynewicz vs Tommy Milone

San Luis en Miami, 7:10 PM.  John Gant vs Trevor Richards

San Diego en Milwaukee, 8:10 PM.  Brett Kennedy vs Jhoulys Chacin


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Green River Kings is a 4 piece rock band hailing from Kansas City, Missouri. The group is in a genre all their own, creating a unique sound by incorporating some truly different techniques that create a wholly unique experience.
The band’s sound is completely organic, original, and never before done

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Cold comfort seems like the wrong way to describe this latest news. But as we sink into August and the dog days of Summer, maybe we should all be thankful to live in Memphis, and not one of the nine American cities even beastlier, according to a new list of America's sweatiest cities created by Honeywell Fans with Environmental Health & Engineering consultants.

The winners are: 1. Orlando, Florida — As hot and bug-infested as Walt Disney's Orlando World may seem, it's easy to maintain a smile and cheerful demeanor by reminding yourself that you're not in Tampa. 2. New Orleans, Louisiana — Nothing produces more sweat for less effort, than standing roadside on Carrollton, waiting for a streetcar. But at least it's not Orlando. 3. Phoenix, Arizona — Where dry heat meets dry heaves. 4. Dallas, Texas — Like a prison movie where the sadistic warden punishes inmates by locking them in a boiler room. 5. Las Vegas, Nevada — Like somebody covered Dallas in glitter and feathers and stuck it in a sauna. 6. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma — Heat like a blazing fist that reaches down your throat and rips out your tongue. 7. Kansas City, Missouri — Forget the heat, try the brisket. 8. Austin, Texas — Cooler than Dallas in most regards. 9. Atlanta, Georgia — Would be one of America's most miserable rush hours if not for a proper bar at every exit. 10. Memphis, Tennessee — Paradise (comparatively). And besides, who's got time for weather talk when there are Bird Scooters to complain about?


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The Kansas City Chiefs officially kick off their 2018 preseason with a home game at Arrowhead against the Houston Texans on Thursday. The day is finally here. Real, genuine football will be played tonight under the lights at Arrowhead Stadium, and though the results are meaningless in the end, Thursday’s game against the Houston Texans […]

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While it’s important to take in the team’s entire performance, here are five key players to watch closely on Thursday night against Houston. With the first official game of the Patrick Mahomes era of Kansas City Chiefs football, it’s obvious to say that all eyes are going to be on the first-year starting quarterback on […]

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          Forty years ago this week, Missouri lost a giant in U.S. Rep. Jerry Litton      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Lazy Projector: 'Neon Light' Exclusive Video Premiere      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Aaron Shinn has been writing and recording music since the age of 15.

“My early recordings were more for my own enjoyment and exploration,” he said of his songs, which were initially influenced by folk music. “I was always interested in writing simple melodies that felt timeless and just strange enough.”

After moving to Kansas City in 2015, Shinn was inspired by the area’s music scene, along with national acts with more of an ornate pop sound — such as Broken Bells, Wilco and Spoon. He decided to put together a solo act, record an album and assemble a band. The result is Lazy Projector, a project that joins Shinn’s propensities toward poetic folk and lavish, shadowy pop.

Today, we’re premiering Lazy Projector’s second music video, “Neon Light.” Animated by Trey Morgan, the song will be featured on the band’s upcoming full-length album, “evoco.”

Here’s The Bridge’s premiere of “Neon Light” by Lazy Projector.

Watch for the release of "evoco" in November.

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Welcome to the NFL, Baker Mayfield.

And welcome back to the league, Andrew Luck.

While the opening preseason game for most teams carries little intrigue as players from the back end of the roster try to strut their stuff, several story lines will be worth following Thursday night.

Start in the New Jersey Meadowlands and in Seattle.

Top overall draft pick Mayfield will see some action against the Giants, who have their own prized rookie in second overall selection Saquon Barkley. The Browns might not be counting on too much from Mayfield early on as veteran Tyrod Taylor is Cleveland's starter, but New York expects a huge boost for its offense from the Penn State running back.

On the other coast, the Colts plan for their recently luckless quarterback to take some snaps against the Seahawks. Luck hurt the right shoulder in September 2015 against Tennessee, missed two games, then returned to make four more starts before sustaining a season-ending lacerated kidney. He played through shoulder pain in 2016, then had surgery that sidelined him for all of last season.

It's been roughly 600 days between starts for the Colts star.

Elsewhere on the first full night of preseason games, it's Carolina at Buffalo, Chicago at Cincinnati, New Orleans at Jacksonville, Tampa Bay at Miami, Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, the Los Angeles Rams at Baltimore, Washington at New England, Tennessee at Green Bay, Houston at Kansas City, and Dallas at San Francisco.

What to look for Thursday night around the league:

BAKER AND BARKLEY

Brimming with optimism coming off a 0-16 season, Cleveland's plan is to have Mayfield sit and learn as a rookie behind Taylor, who will start at MetLife Stadium and play one or two series before giving way to Mayfield, who is expected to play two quarters.

"When you get the energy level up, you've got to be able to execute, so that's why I'm excited about Thursday as well," Mayfield said. "You get people hyped up, you actually get some contact in and you can focus in and do your job when there are distractions around."

New Giants coach Pat Shurmur, who led the Browns in 2011-12, hasn't indicated how much Barkley will play.

"I am hoping I am good to go for that game," Barkley said. "I am more than capable to playing now. I am just happy inside to play in my first NFL game. Hopefully I can maximize every rep."

LUCKY COLTS

Luck is expected to play most of the first quarter, likely one or two series playing in a revamped offense with an overhauled offensive line.

"I'll be excited and a little nervous," Luck said. "There were one or two moments where I wondered if, 'Am I ever going to be able to do this again?'"

Seattle is also revamped. The names Sherman, Avril, Bennett and Chancellor that used to don the backs of jerseys are no longer around. It'll be the first look at an overhauled defense where the big questions center on the secondary — star safety Earl Thomas is holding out — and what kind of pass rush can be generated.

VRABEL'S DEBUT

Mike Vrabel says he really hasn't spent much time thinking of any pregame speech in his debut as Titans coach.

"Never really got a great motivational speech as a professional athlete," Vrabel said. "Just had a job to do, was prepared, knew the game plan and went out and played."

Another man with Patriots ties, cornerback Malcolm Butler, plays his first game for Tennessee. He most memorably was benched on defense for the Super Bowl in February even as New England's secondary was torn apart by Philadelphia.

A season-ending knee injury to Packers inside linebacker Jake Ryan left a hole in the run defense. Third-round pick Oren Burks will get the first chance at replacing Ryan in the base defense.

FLORIDA MATCHUP

Miami's eyes will be on Ryan Tannehill, who like Luck sat out last season when injured. He'll make a brief appearance against Tampa Bay, which won't have top draftee DT Vita Vea (calf injury).

PENNSYLVANIA MATCHUP

Two teams with Super Bowl possibilities, though the regulars barely will get on the field.

Pittsburgh, of course, is without outstanding running back Le'Veon Bell, who is holding out. All-Pro receiver Antonio Brown and QB Ben Roethlisberger will sit.

With Carson Wentz still not cleared for contact and Nick Foles, the Super Bowl MVP, sidelined by muscle spasms in his shoulder and neck, third-year pro QB Nate Sudfeld starts.

CALIFORNIA MATCHUP

No, the Cowboys don't call California home. They do spend a few weeks there in the summer, and now they'll visit the 49ers.

Dallas is searching for leadership with tight end Jason Witten gone to ESPN and WR Dez Bryant cut.

San Francisco's Jimmy Garoppolo, 7-0 as a starter in his four-year career, will be taking his first snaps in a game since signing a five-year, $137.5 million contract. He's looked good during training camp.

POUNDING THE ROCK

New Orleans and Jacksonville expect to get a brief look at their revamped ground games.

Saints running back Terrance West is trying to prove he's the guy to fill in for Pro Bowl starter Mark Ingram, who will serve a four-game suspension to start the regular season.

Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette dropped more than 15 pounds since the start of last season and will have a retooled line with All-Pro left guard Andrew Norwell.

"I feel healthier," said Fournette, down to 223 pounds thanks partly to 50 push-ups a night. "I want to be great. That is my weight I felt best in college."

SECOND OUTING

Chicago already has played, using backups and losing the Hall of Fame game to Baltimore. This visit to Cincinnati, though, is the first chance to see Mitchell Trubisky operate the new offense of coach Matt Nagy in game conditions. The Trubisky to Allen Robinson connection started to show up more in practice this week.

Cincinnati overhauled its porous line, bringing in veteran tackles Cordy Glenn and Bobby Hart and drafting center Billy Price in the first round.

WATCH WHAT YOU SAY

Bills starting receiver Kelvin Benjamin will face his former team for the first time since asking the Panthers to trade him in October. Benjamin was reprimanded by coach Sean McDermott on Sunday for questioning why Carolina drafted him and criticizing Panthers quarterback Cam Newton's accuracy.

Newton will play about 10 snaps in his first action under new offensive coordinator Norv Turner.

MAHOMES' TURN

When Kansas City traded starting QB Alex Smith to Washington, the job was handed to 2017 first-rounder Patrick Mahomes. He'll get his first turn as the Chiefs' No. 1 quarterback against Houston.

"We are going to try to win. That is the first thing coach (Andy) Reid said when we were game planning for this week is he doesn't like losing," Mahomes said. "We're going to do whatever it takes."

PRACTICE, THEN PLAY

Joe Flacco makes his preseason debut for Baltimore after watching three other quarterbacks run the offense against Chicago. Flacco will likely be paired with a new flock of receivers that includes John Brown, Willie Snead, Michael Crabtree and first-round draft pick Hayden Hurst. The Rams will be playing their first preseason game following a pair of joint practices with the Ravens earlier this week.

WHO GETS THE BALL?

The Redskins' running back competition will be front and center at the Patriots. Second-round pick Derrius Guice will get an opportunity to show he can be No. 1, with third-down back Chris Thompson and Rob Kelley seeing action. The likes of Samaje Perine, Byron Marshall and Kapri Bibbs figure to compete for a roster spot.

New England WR Julian Edelman made several rounds of apologies when his four-game suspension was handed down by the NFL for violating the league's policy on performance enhancers. He plans to use what's left of training camp to make sure his surgically repaired knee will be ready when he returns. Edelman missed the entire 2017 season with a torn right anterior cruciate ligament.

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Bartolo Colón tiene en mente otro objetivo después de convertirse en el pitcher latinoamericano con más triunfos en la historia.

"Este año está casi por terminar. Pero hay algo que busco. Juan Marichal tiene más innings que yo. Es lo que falta", dijo Colón. "Quiero superarlo por los dominicanos".

Pero es posible que no haya tiempo suficiente en su 21era temporada en Grandes Ligas para que el derecho de 45 años consiga su objetivo.

Después de requerir seis intentos para obtener el triunfo 246 de su carrera y finalmente romper un empate con el nicaragüense Dennis Martínez en la cima de la lista de triunfos para un latinoamericano, Colón tendría que trabajar ahora 61 innings y dos tercios más para superar a su compatriota Marichal, miembro del Salón de la Fama, en la otra lista.

Los Rangers, últimos de su división, solo tienen 46 juegos restantes en el calendario. Colón promedia apenas menos de seis innings en sus 21 inicios, y probablemente no tenga más de nueve aperturas restantes en una rotación de cinco lanzadores en caso de no perderse un solo turno.

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Cuando se le preguntó ayer si se reduciría la carga de trabajo de Colón en la recta final, el manager Jeff Banister respondió: "Seguimos con la misma rotación que antes".

Colón (6-10) permitió cuatro carreras y ocho hits en siete innings en martes para conseguir su histórico triunfo en la victoria de 11-4 sobre los Marineros. El robusto dominicano retiró a 14 de sus últimos 16 enemigos.

Cuando Colón llegó a 243 triunfos el 6 de junio ante Oakland, empató a Marichal con la mayor cantidad para un lanzador dominicano. El pitcher de los Rangers superó al "Dandy Dominicano" en la lista de victorias con su triunfo del 18 de junio contra Kansas City.

Marichal, quien lanzó 244 juegos completos en su carrera, trabajó 3.507 innings durante 471 juegos en su trayectoria de 16 campañas.

Colón tiene 3.445 innings y dos tercios, la mayor cantidad para un pitcher en activo, al igual que en triunfos, después de vencer a los Marineros en su aparición número 560.

"Lo llamativo de las 246 (victorias), hemos estado hablando de eso toda la mañana, es que hay un par de lanzadores con ciertas posibilidades", dijo Banister. "Si Bartolo llega a 250, podría ser el último con 250. Es lo más loco de todo".

CC Sabathia, el lanzador de 37 años de los Yanquis, tiene 243 victorias en su carrera. Justin Verlander, con 35 años, es tercero entre los lanzadores en activo con 199 victorias. Félix Hernández, el derrotado ante los Rangers la noche del martes, acumula 168 triunfos, la mayor cifra para un venezolano en la historia.

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PORTLAND, Ore. — What slow start? The Portland Timbers have recovered and then some.

A 15-match unbeaten streak has moved the Timbers into second place in the Western Conference behind FC Dallas. The streak started with a 3-2 victory at home over Minnesota on April 8.

The latest win was a 3-0 victory over the Philadelphia Union last weekend that gave the Timbers their longest MLS undefeated streak since they also went 15 games without a loss in 2013. Portland is the only team with two streaks that long. The longest unbeaten streak is 19 games, set in 2010 by Dallas.

Portland's streak is also the longest in the league this season.

"Everyone is buying into what we're preaching," goalkeeper Jeff Attinella said. "Everyone is fighting each game and we're taking each game just as seriously as the last one. We're just going to try and keep it rolling."

It has been a dramatic shift from the start of the season when the Timbers started with five games on the road — because of construction at Providence Park — and were unable to come home with a win.

And home has been key to Portland's success. The Timbers (10-3-7) have yet to drop a game at home this season. In fact, the team has not lost at home in 16 regular-season matches dating back to last season.

"We are doing well," said Diego Valeri, the league's reigning MVP who leads Portland with eight goals this season. "I am very happy about the run we're having."

Portland, which has 14 games left, is heading into a Cascadia Cup rivalry match at home this Saturday against the Whitecaps, who sit in seventh place in the West. But first Vancouver faces Toronto FC in the first leg of the Canadian Championship on Wednesday night.

The Cascadia Cup is the three-way rivalry between the Timbers, Whitecaps and Seattle Sounders that was started by rivalry groups before the teams joined MLS. Portland and Seattle sit atop the table with three points apiece, while Vancouver has none.

The Whitecaps were coming off a 2-2 draw on the road to NYCFC, stretching their undefeated streak to three games.

"We have confidence in the team, so we've just got to keep pushing forward," Whitecaps forward Erik Hurtado said.

MATCH OF THE WEEK: Sporting Kansas City (10-6-6) moved into third place in the West with a 1-0 victory last weekend on the road against Houston. The team is on the road again this weekend for its first meeting with expansion LAFC (10-6-6), which is in fourth and jostling with Sporting for playoff position. LAFC was coming off a 2-1 loss on the road to the New York Red Bulls on Sunday.

PLAYER OF THE WEEK: San Jose's Vako was named the MLS Player of the Week for his two goals last Saturday against FC Dallas. The Earthquakes pulled off the 3-1 upset on the road.

Vako scored in the 19th and 88th minutes for the Quakes. He has six goals on the season.

WATCHING ATLANTA: The Timbers were continuing their upward swing, but Atlanta remains the hottest team in the league.

By far.

The Union, the first team in MLS to hit the 50-goal mark this season, sit atop the Eastern Conference at 14-4-6 with 10 games left. They are also atop the race for the Supporters' Shield.

Striker Josef Martinez leads the Golden Boot race with 26 goals in just 24 matches — and he's 11 goals in front of his closest competitor. He's just one goal away from tying the single-season record held by three players: Roy Lassiter of the Tampa Bay Mutiny in 1996, Chris Wondolowski with the San Jose Earthquakes in 2012 and Bradley Wright-Phillips with the New York Red Bulls in 2014.

Martinez already broke the league's career hat-trick record this season with his sixth.

Next up for Atlanta is a match at home against the Columbus Crew on Aug. 19.

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I was also having a hard time with the genre for this, until I heard #4, which was so undeniably country, that it overshadowed everything else. Jenny is known for her crystalline voice and as a singer/songwriter heavily influenced by country music. The songs vary in their country degree, but rest assured, anything you play will be good. Best for me: 3, 4, 6, 7, 8.

1.2:36 - med - toe tapping, sl swingy /jazzy song
2.2:39. - med - country rock
3.*3:55 - slow - gentle tune highlights vocals
4.*2:30 - med - Definite country rock here!
5.3:35 - slow - almost plaintive quality in a country spiritual
6.*3:05 - med - nice, mellow rock
7.*2:59 - med - country rock, lively Kansas City tune
8.*3:29 - slow - singer/songwriter remorseful ballad
9.3:23 -slow -ballad highlights clear vocals
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Washington Times, by Valerie Richardson Posted By: Ribicon- Thu, 09 52 2018 03:52:38 GMT Two Democratic candidates are each poised to become the first Native American woman elected to Congress, according to the media consensus, which has prompted the question: What about Sen. Elizabeth Warren? Democrat Sharice Davids, a member of the Ho'Chunk Nation, won her House primary race Tuesday in Kansas, prompting the Kansas City Star and others to report that she would be “the first Native American woman elected to Congress” if she prevails in November. The same has been said of Deb Haaland, a member of the Pueblo of Laguna, who captured in June the Democratic nomination for the New Mexico congressional seat
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Last Tuesday's Republican primary in Kansas has the two candidates for governor separated by fewer than 200 votes, out of over 300,000 cast, with all precincts reporting.  There are still some absentee and provisional ballots to be counted, but it seems certain, as the New York Times reports, that the race is headed for a recount.  As the sitting Kansas secretary of state, however, Kobach himself will be in charge of supervising the recount. The conflict of interest is glaring and hardly needs to be pointed out: Kobach's own political interests are directly at stake in a process superintended by his office. Remarkably, Kobach has announced that he has no plans to recuse himself, as reported in the Kansas City Star: “The recount thing is done on a county level, so the secretary of state does not actually participate directly in the recount,” Kobach said at a campaign event in Topeka after initial results showed him winning by fewer than 200…
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David Bote drove in three runs and Mike Montgomery pitched six-plus scoreless innings as the visiting Chicago Cubs defeated the Kansas City Royals 5-0 on Tuesday night. Bote had a two-run triple in the first inning and a run-scoring grounder in the fifth for his first career three-RBI game. Montgomery (4-4) won a start for the first time since June 29, going 0-3 with two no-decisions in that stretch.
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The American economic expansion is finally accomplishing one of the country’s most needed social improvements: getting the long-term unemployed reattached to the labor market. Income inequality gets much of the press today, but as Harvard economist and Manhattan Institute senior fellow Ed Glaeser points out, long-term joblessness is the more serious problem. The unemployed face a heightened risk of serious ills ranging from physical maladies and mental health problems to divorce. Rising long-term joblessness, particularly among prime, working-age men (25 to 54), has been a corrosive trend. A Kansas City Federal Reserve study found that the number of men in...
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          Capstone Search Group: Senior Accountant, Investment Accounting      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
$50,000 - $70,000 + bonus: Capstone Search Group: Senior Accountant, Investment Accounting needs someone like you who understands complex transactions. Kansas City, Kansas
          Kansas City man told he couldn't vote while wearing a 'Make America Great Again' hat      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Kansas City, Missouri, voter was incorrectly told he couldn’t cast a ballot while wearing his Make America Great Again hat, a county election official has said.
          Chemist/ Lab Tech- URGENT Need!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MO-Kansas City, Aerotek Scientific is looking for a Laboratory Tech/ Chemist who wants to work in a Pharmaceutical manufacturing setting. The facility is located in Kansas City, MO. There are 2 Full Time Immediate Openings. Position Summary: Conducts analytical testing for drug substance, drug product, stability samples, cleaning verification samples and other samples Performs quality control release testing for
          Forklift Driver- URGENT Need!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MO-Kansas City, Aerotek Scientific is looking for a Shipping/ Receiving/ Forklift Drivers/ Warehouse Workers who want to work in a Manufacturing environment. The facility is located in the Kansas City, MO area. There are 5 Full Time Immediate Openings. Position Summary: Working in the shipping and receiving department. Utilizing a sitting forklift to move and prepare products for shipment. Maintaining a clean and
          Animal Lab Tech- IMMEDIATE NEED      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MO-Kansas City, Aerotek Healthcare is looking for a Animal Laboratory Technician who wants to work in an Animal Research setting. The facility is located in Stilwell, KS. There are 3 Full Time Immediate Openings. Position Summary: Perform tasks associated with pre-clinical animal research in which they will administer dosages, injections, blood draws on a variety or animal species. They will be assigned 3-4 that
          Associate Scientist- IMMEDIATE NEED!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MO-Kansas City, Aerotek Scientific is looking for qualified 2 Associate Scientists who want to work for a pharmaceutical contract research organization located in the Columbia, MO area. Position Summary: Intermediate level professional position involved in somewhat complex day-to-day activities in a laboratory setting under protocols, SOPs, and methods. Provides somewhat complex analytical work on projects and st
          Truck Driver CDL A - Local Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MO-Kansas City, Home Time Frequency:Daily Hourly Rate:$19.00 Average Hours Per Week:45-55 Type of Freight:Steel Products Type of Handling:Touch Freight Benefits:Yes Other Features:Good Quality Equipment Type Of Work:Local Requirements Experience:1-2 Years of recent experience CDL Class:Class A Job Description TransForce is seeking full-time professional drivers in Kansas City, MO $19.00 Per Hour Plus Benefits & H
          Truck Driver CDL A - Local Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MO-Kansas City, Home Time Frequency:Daily Hourly Rate:$18.25 Average Hours Per Week:45-55 Steady Work:Yes Type of Freight:General Freight Type of Handling:Touch Freight Benefits:Yes Other Features:Good Quality Equipment Type Of Work:Local Requirements Experience:1-2 Years of recent experience CDL Class:Class A Endorsement: Job Description TransForce is seeking full-time professional drivers in Kansas City, MO $18
          Truck Driver CDL B - Local Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MO-Kansas City, Home Time Frequency:Daily Hourly Rate:$18.00 Average Hours Per Week:40-45 Shift:1st Shift Steady Work:Yes Type of Freight:Packaging Products Benefits:Yes Type Of Work:Local Requirements Experience:1-2 Years of recent experience CDL Class:Class B Job Description TransForce is seeking full-time professional Class B drivers in Kansas City, MO $18.00 Per Hour Plus Benefits & Home Daily Monday thru Fri
          Truck Driver CDL A - Local & Regional Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MO-Kansas City, Home Time Frequency:Daily Hourly Rate:$20.00 Average Hours Per Week:45-50 Steady Work:Yes Benefits:Yes Other Features:Good Quality Equipment Requirements Experience:1-2 Years of recent experience CDL Class:Class A Endorsement: Job Description TransForce is seeking full-time professional drivers in Kansas City, MO $20.00 Per Hour Plus Benefits Monday thru Friday - Start Time Between 2:00 A.M & 6:00
          IS Technical Specialist IV      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MO-Kansas City, Genesis10 is actively seeking an IS TECHNICAL SPECIALIST IV for a CONTRACT TO HIRE position with our Banking Industry client located in Kansas City, MO. Description: Genesis10 is seeking an IS TECHNICAL SPECIALIST IV to apply senior level technical skills to support large business systems and resolves problems. Installs, updates, maintains, and monitors the operation of moderately complex automate
          Strategic Sourcing Consultant      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MO-Kansas City, Title : Strategic Sourcing Consultant Location : Kansas City, MO Duration : 12 Months Contract Job Description: Education/Experience: Bachelor's degree in Supply Chain, Engineering, Legal or other business related field is required. A Master's degree or advanced certification (e.g., CPM, CPSM, CPSC, PMP) is preferred. Minimum 5 years of progressively increasing responsibility in Supply Chain Manag
          Change Management Project Manager      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MO-Kansas City, RESPONSIBILITIES: Kforce is looking for a Change Management Project Manager for a contract opportunity in the Kansas City, Missouri (MO) area. Summary: The Change Management Project Manager will need to have specific experience with Change Management and have worked on projects related to cloud migrations. The Project Manager will partner with program leadership, business process owners and traini
          Two Teens Got About 4000 Votes in Kansas Primary - Bloomberg      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Bloomberg

Two Teens Got About 4000 Votes in Kansas Primary
Bloomberg
Tyler Ruzich, of Prairie Village, and Joseph Tutera Jr., of Overland Park, received a combined 3,758 votes after running under a quirky Kansas law that set no minimum age to run for the office. The primary ended with Secretary of State Kris Kobach ...
2 teens got about 4000 votes in close Kansas primary raceMinneapolis Star Tribune
2 Teens Got About 4000 Votes in Kansas PrimaryU.S. News & World Report
In Kansas, Another Close Race, as Kobach and Colyer Remain DeadlockedNew York Times
Vox -KSN-TV -Kansas City Star
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          Gay Native American wins Democratic primary in deep-red Kansas - NBCNews.com      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

NBCNews.com

Gay Native American wins Democratic primary in deep-red Kansas
NBCNews.com
Sharice Davids won the crowded Democratic primary in Kansas' 3rd Congressional District on Tuesday, and now the 38-year-old attorney has a chance to make political history. If Davids beats four-term Republican incumbent Kevin Yoder in November, she'll ...
Who is Sharice Davids, the Kansas congressional candidate who could make history?Fox News
An openly LGBTQ Native American woman just won a Democratic House nomination in KansasVox
Former MMA Fighter Changes the Democratic Narrative in KansasNew York Magazine
Kansas City Star -PBS NewsHour -KCUR
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          Kansas and Ohio Races Remain Too Close to Call - New York Times      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

New York Times

Kansas and Ohio Races Remain Too Close to Call
New York Times
With all precincts reporting in Kansas shortly before 9 a.m. Wednesday, Secretary of State Kris W. Kobach was ahead of Gov. Jeff Colyer by just 191 votes out of more than 311,000 Republican ballots cast statewide. The results were likely to remain in ...
Uncounted Ballots to Decide Critical Ohio, Kansas RacesWall Street Journal
Election results in Ohio, Kansas too close to call — live updatesCBS News
With historic victory, Democrat Sharice Davids to take on Rep. Kevin YoderKansas City Star
CNN -U.S. News & World Report -Washington Post
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          Kobach, Colyer in dead heat as Kansas GOP primary for governor hinges on count from suburbs - Washington Post      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Washington Post

Kobach, Colyer in dead heat as Kansas GOP primary for governor hinges on count from suburbs
Washington Post
The Republican primary for Kansas governor remained too close to call Wednesday, with anti-illegal immigration hard-liner Kris Kobach, a staunch ally of President Trump, holding a lead of fewer than 200 votes over incumbent Gov. Jeff Colyer as the ...
Kris Kobach Is the GOP at Its WorstNew York Times
'That is a conflict': Kobach should recuse himself from a recount, experts sayKansas City Star

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          Votes found in western Kansas narrow Kobach's lead over Colyer to under 100 (Kansas City Star)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Kansas City Star:
Votes found in western Kansas narrow Kobach's lead over Colyer to under 100  —  The Republican race for governor just got tighter.  —  Gov. Jeff Colyer's campaign spokesman said Thursday that 100 votes for Colyer have been found in a western Kansas county, meaning Kansas Secretary …


          Kobach should butt out of his own recount - and JoCo official behind this mess must go (Kansas City Star)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Kansas City Star:
Kobach should butt out of his own recount — and JoCo official behind this mess must go  —  BY THE KANSAS CITY STAR EDITORIAL BOARD  —  The Kansas primary election debacle has embarrassed the state and will add to voters' distrust of the electoral system.  After Tuesday's comedy of errors …


          Kansas City man told he couldn't vote while wearing a 'Make America Great Again' hat      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Kansas City, Missouri, voter was incorrectly told he couldn’t cast a ballot while wearing his Make America Great Again hat, a county election official has said. Reported by FOXNews.com 44 minutes ago.
          KC OR BUST? Drake’s tour bus towed on eve of Migos tour      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Drake’s upcoming tour with Migos has hit a snag – his bus has been towed. The Canadian rapper’s transportation was hauled away from a hotel parking lot in Kansas City, Missouri early on Thursday, according to TMZ. It remains a mystery why the vehicle was taken, but local police officials insist there are no citations […]
          Drake’s ‘Aubrey And The Three Amigos’ Tour Bus Stolen In Kansas City      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

How do you lose a bus? Well, Drake can provide those details. The head honcho of OVO had his rented tour bus stolen last night (August 8) about 3 Am in Kansas City, Missouri. KCPD said that a stolen vehicle report cannot be filed, being that the bus inquestion could’ve very possibly been repossessed. The […]

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          ADT Helps Kansas City Family Survive Horrific House Fire      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
BOCA RATON, Fla., Aug. 09, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ADT Inc. (NYSE: ADT), the leading provider of monitored security and interactive home and business automation solutions in the United States and Canada, celebrated a LifeSaver event yesterday in Kansas City, MO where a family survived a horrific house fire due to their ADT security system […]
          Truck Driver CDL A - Local Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MO-Kansas City, Home Time Frequency:Daily Hourly Rate:$19.00 Average Hours Per Week:45-55 Type of Freight:Steel Products Type of Handling:Touch Freight Benefits:Yes Other Features:Good Quality Equipment Type Of Work:Local Requirements Experience:1-2 Years of recent experience CDL Class:Class A Job Description TransForce is seeking full-time professional drivers in Kansas City, MO $19.00 Per Hour Plus Benefits & H
          Truck Driver CDL A - Local Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MO-Kansas City, Home Time Frequency:Daily Hourly Rate:$18.25 Average Hours Per Week:45-55 Steady Work:Yes Type of Freight:General Freight Type of Handling:Touch Freight Benefits:Yes Other Features:Good Quality Equipment Type Of Work:Local Requirements Experience:1-2 Years of recent experience CDL Class:Class A Endorsement: Job Description TransForce is seeking full-time professional drivers in Kansas City, MO $18
          Truck Driver CDL A - Local Kansas City, KS      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KS-Kansas City, Home Time Frequency:Daily Hourly Rate:$18.00 Average Hours Per Week:40-50 Shift:1st Shift Steady Work:Yes Type of Freight:Pipe Type of Handling:No-Touch Freight Benefits:Yes Type Of Work:Local Requirements Experience:1-2 Years of recent experience CDL Class:Class A Job Description TransForce is seeking full-time professional drivers in Kansas City, KS $18.00 Per Hour Plus Benefits & Home Daily Mon
          Truck Driver CDL B - Local Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MO-Kansas City, Home Time Frequency:Daily Hourly Rate:$18.00 Average Hours Per Week:40-45 Shift:1st Shift Steady Work:Yes Type of Freight:Packaging Products Benefits:Yes Type Of Work:Local Requirements Experience:1-2 Years of recent experience CDL Class:Class B Job Description TransForce is seeking full-time professional Class B drivers in Kansas City, MO $18.00 Per Hour Plus Benefits & Home Daily Monday thru Fri
          Truck Driver CDL A - Local & Regional Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MO-Kansas City, Home Time Frequency:Daily Hourly Rate:$20.00 Average Hours Per Week:45-50 Steady Work:Yes Benefits:Yes Other Features:Good Quality Equipment Requirements Experience:1-2 Years of recent experience CDL Class:Class A Endorsement: Job Description TransForce is seeking full-time professional drivers in Kansas City, MO $20.00 Per Hour Plus Benefits Monday thru Friday - Start Time Between 2:00 A.M & 6:00
          GeekList Item: Item for Geeklist "Kansas City No-Ship Math Trade - August 16, 2018"       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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An item Board Game: Qwirkle has been added to the geeklist Kansas City No-Ship Math Trade - August 16, 2018
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An item Board Game: Brass: Lancashire has been added to the geeklist Kansas City No-Ship Math Trade - August 16, 2018
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An item Board Game: Colony has been added to the geeklist Kansas City No-Ship Math Trade - August 16, 2018
          Sales Engineer Kansas City, MO - f5 Networks - Missouri      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
CSR, Idea, Hive, Mainstreet, and others. The Systems Engineer (SE) is a technical role that is part of a highly technical sales team, which supports sales and...
From F5 Networks - Fri, 03 Aug 2018 02:40:19 GMT - View all Missouri jobs
          (USA-MO-Kansas City) Client Service Operations Specialist, Associate 2      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Job Description As a member of the Client Service Operations team, you will act as a point of contact for operational activities and client inquiries. In this role, you may have daily contact with Client Service, Client Management, Centers of Excellence and Business Unit Shared Service teams. Job Responsibilities: * Perform assigned daily operations and processes including, but not limited to: * Perform customized client activities and ad-hoc client requests as appropriate and in conjunction with BU Client Service. * Account Administration including account openings, billing set up, tax reclaims/tax documentation, market openings/exits/updates, security registration/system access/ID administration and FAR set up * Calculate NAV and perform end of night tie out by reconciling final net assets and related data between NAV alert, MCH and Navigator. * Disseminate NAV’s in an accurate and timely manner * May monitor and review daily work of Client Operations Specialist 1 or 2 to ensure accurate and timely calculation of Net Asset Value, if required. May perform the duties of Sr. Client Operations Specialist, as needed. * Monitor day-to-day service delivery of Shared Service teams and CoEs for assigned accounts. * Online support for various client-facing applications, set up, training, resolving data integrity issues, assisting with new product rollouts. * Production of client-customized reporting; collection of data and production of customer report cards * Assist with data collection for risk/compliance reporting * Respond in a timely manner to inquiries from operational CoEs, BU Shared Services and BU Client Service. * Provide on the job training to new staff and assist new staff with understanding job responsibilities. * Elevate unresolved issues/problems to Senior Client Support Specialist. * Maintain appropriate documents required for fund audits. * Remain familiar with back-up procedures when system applications and/or transmission problems arise. * During the course of normal day to day operation, be responsible for identifying any unusual or potentially suspicious transaction activity and must report and/or escalate in accordance with corporate policy and guidelines detailed in relevant operating procedures. * Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: * Bachelor’s degree with business related coursework or degree in Accounting or Finance, preferred. * Minimum 1 year of related custody and/ or fund accounting experience preferred. * Strong computer competence (Microsoft applications: Excel, Word, etc.) * Accuracy and detail-orientated * Aptitude for math * Interpersonal and oral communication skills * Multitasking capability * Ability to work under pressure/deadlines driven environment * Normal hours are M-F 9am – 6 pm or 6am – 3pm. * Posted Today * Full time * R-593002
          (USA-MO-Kansas City) Property Manager      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
## ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION Our vision is to create enduring value and enhanced quality of life in every community we serve. Our purpose is to serve our customers by helping them achieve success. We strive to be one of the finest small companies in America by always putting our customers first. We place the highest priority on developing long-term relationships with clients and investors in the financial services and real estate markets to maximize profitable opportunities for all concerned. We will serve our clients and communities with integrity to maintain their trust and respect. JES Holdings is the parent company to Affordable Equity Partners, Inc. (AEP); JES DEV CO, Inc.; Capital Health Management, Inc. (CHM); Fairway Management, Inc. (FWM); Fairway Construction, Inc. (FWC); and Prime Senior Living. ## DESCRIPTION Fairway Management (FWM), a division of JES Holdings, is responsible for the maintenance, marketing and business administration of more than 155 apartment communities and several single-family rental subdivisions. FWM's team of accountants, property managers, compliance officers and field staff members work together to maximize occupancy levels, affordable rents and exceptional living standards. Property Managers within Fairway Management are responsible for the daily operations of an apartment community. These professionals market and lease apartments, create and manage a property budget, handle resident concerns, manage property staff and learn the compliance regulations to manage an affordable property. **Essential Functions:** 1. Collect, record, and deposit incoming rents within 24 hours of collection. Notify residents of delinquent rent. 2. Ensure that vacant apartments are ready to lease quickly, and market those units diligently until occupied. 3. Market the property in the community by placing appropriate ads, hanging flyers, attending community events, participating in Chamber of Commerce events, planning programming for existing residents, etc. 4. Process applications for move-in/transfer and forward to Compliance for approval. 5. Provide outstanding customer service to the residents, resolve complaints or issues in a timely manner. 6. Inspect and/or supervise the work of outside vendors. 7. Maintain & balance petty cash monthly. 8. Supervise daily activities of maintenance and housekeeping staff, ensuring excellent curb appeal and property maintenance of the property. 9. Travel to, and participate in, both regional and home office training and/or conferences as required. ## POSITION REQUIREMENTS * High School diploma or the equivalent * Prior experience in Property Management, preferred * Minimum of 1 year supervisory experience, preferred *Title:* Property Manager *Full-Time/Part-Time:* Full-Time *Hours per week:* 40 *City, State:* Kansas City, MO *Property Type:* Affordable - Senior
          Kansas City man told he couldn't vote while wearing a 'Make America Great Again' hat      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Kansas City, Missouri, voter was incorrectly told he couldn’t cast a ballot while wearing his Make America Great Again hat, a county election official has said.
          Kacey Musgraves – “Kansas City Star” (Roger Miller Cover)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Kacey Musgraves' cover of "Kansas City Star" is the latest single off of the two disc King of The Road: A Tribute to Roger Miller out August 31. The 31-track album also includes big names Ringo Starr, Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, and Eric Church alongside less obvious choices like Asleep at the Wheel and actor John Goodman. The compilation was…
          Sales Engineer Kansas City, MO - f5 Networks - Missouri      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
CSR, Idea, Hive, Mainstreet, and others. The Systems Engineer (SE) is a technical role that is part of a highly technical sales team, which supports sales and...
From F5 Networks - Fri, 03 Aug 2018 02:40:19 GMT - View all Missouri jobs
          TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY CHIEFS FINALLY DUMP PAPER BUT FANS HATE NEW MOBILE TICKETING!!!       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   


Kansas City football fans confront new technology seemingly aimed at limiting aftermarket sales under the guise of convenience but providing nothing but headaches for loyal customers.

In a brief respite from debate about our dysfunctional civic Democracy, let's look at another fading local institution . . . The Kansas City Chiefs.

To wit . . .

THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS FINALLY DUMP PAPER TICKETS BUT NOW ENDURE WIDESPREAD FRUSTRATION WITH THE NEW MOBILE SYSTEM THAT SEVERELY RESTRICTS FANS!!!

The app doesn't seem to want fans making any profit from their purchase or selling to scalpers or Internet resellers and the new restrictions makes commonplace transactions nearly impossible. Moreover, the new app locks fans into a byzantine system that lacks many options of better ticketing tech solutions.

Here's a horror story that really points out the problem with the app . . .



"Chiefs have implemented a new system with Ticketmaster. They have now eliminated paper tickets. It seems that every person has to have (present) a ticket on their phone (for admission). Ticket holders must have the Chiefs app to do it.

"I have 3 tickets. There doesn't seem to be an easy way to show all 3 ticket bar codes on 1 phone, so I guess I have to send the tickets thru their system to each individual.

"Since you can't get a pdf of the ticket, the new system also makes it much more of a pain to sell on Stubhub, which I suspect is the driving force behind this. Oh, you can sell thru Ticketmaster, but their system sucks.

"I'm actually trying to figure out how to donate my tix to someone that does not have a phone, and I cant do it because I can't print tickets . . . Total nightmare and just a really lame app."

And so . . .



While we admire a local institution hoping to move into the future with new tech . . . It seems like the priority here is limiting fans and playing Steve Jobs God with admissions rather than offering more ways for community interaction.

Accordingly, what we've seen so far is massive discontent from ticket holders that's only going to get worse as the season goes along.

Developing . . .
          TKC MUST SEE!!! KANSAS CITY MAYORAL CANDIDATE JASON KANDER TALKS POLITICS AND PREZ TRUMP VOTERS ON LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS!!!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   


This morning we share a glimpse of high-profile book touring with the early leader in the Kansas City Mayoral contest.

The premise . . .

"Former Secretary of State of Missouri Jason Kander talks about what it was like to be the first millennial elected to statewide office, his progressive politics and whether or not Democrats should try and flip Trump voters."

Take a look:



From our vantage, so far there's no other candidate who will be able to garner a national platform akin to Kander. This might or might not make the difference in the mayoral contest BUT there's simply no denying that it gives him a distinct advantage in terms of name recognition and reach.

You decide . . .
          Abandoned Kansas City Church Burns Today      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A morning blaze destroys just a bit more local history this morning.

Here's the report on one of this town's most dangerous buildings now mostly gone up in smoke:

Abandoned historic church burns in Kansas City

WEBVTT EMILY: A NEIGHBOR CALLED S TO SAY THIS IS THE OLD ST. FRANCIS CHURCH. IT IS ABANDONED. BROKEN WINDOWS AND BOARDED UP. IT WAS BUILT IN THE 1920'S AND ABANDONED IN 1991. THIS IS A TWO ALARM FIRE. YOU CAN GET A BETTER VIEW WITH THE SUNSHINE.


          KANSAS CITY COMMIES SHARE THE LOVE!!!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
We have a weakness for shout-outs and so we share this look at local far-left activists offering their hot take on International events and the global fight against imperialism in between Starbucks & Mickey D's breaks.

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Kansas City stands with Igor Mendes and his 23 comrades

Comrades and supporters of Red Guards Kansas City gathered on a hilltop overlooking the city to show our support and solidarity for Brazilian student organizer Igor Mendes and his 23 comrades, who were imprisoned by the reactionary Brazilian state. Read about Mendes' struggle in detail here.


          Welcome Back: Homicide Suspects Return To Kansas City Streets This Weekend      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Credit where it's due . . . Here's an important note on the losing fight against crime and local revolving door policy.

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Alleged killers granted lower bonds, likely to be released | The Kansas City Star

Three alleged murderers from two separate incidents in Kansas City were granted lower bonds on Wednesday and are all likely to be released, according to Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker. Christopher L. Jones, 37, and Markell Pinkins, 22, face second-degree murder and other charges in the killing of Kevin Thomas, 45.


          NEWSFLASH!!! NOBODY NOTICED THE LATEST KANSAS CITY STAR WEBSITE REDESIGN EXCEPT FOR OUR AWESOME TKC BLOG COMMUNITY!!!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   


Our hot take . . .

It looks even more like a Wordpress blog.

I noticed that same design on sale for about 15 bucks earlier in the year . . . I'm sure they paid thousands of times that price to disseminate wire content and feed much more profitable social media sites with fresh content.

You decide . . .
          Shawnee Murder Sparks Johnson County Fear Of Kansas City Crime Displacement       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Golden Ghetto is confused and praying over a recent killing that doesn't make a lot of sense and worries neighbors that KCMO crime is, once again, finding it's way to the suburbs.

Checkit:

KC Metro Squad investigating western Shawnee homicide

Shawnee Police say they have turned the investigation into Wednesday morning's homicide over to the Kansas City area Metro Squad. The victim has been identified as, 57-year-old, Shawnee resident David J. Paterno Major Sam Larson of the Shawnee Police Department says officers were called to an address in the 21900 block of West 51st Place on reports of a physical disturbance shortly after 1 a.m.


          More Deets On Kansas City, Kansas 'Conviction Integrity' Po-Po Resistance      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Thin Blue Line push back stonewalls the effort to fact check authorities despite recent evidence of unwarranted convictions that were overturned.

Read more . . .

Drama erupts around conviction integrity unit, Kansas City case | Injustice Watch

More than 50 current and former law enforcement officials have signed a letter backing the creation of a conviction integrity unit in Kansas City, Kansas after a high profile exoneration uncovered flaws in the justice system there last year. Police and the local district attorney disagree on whether the local prosecutor should have authority to reexamine cases.


          Kansas City Thursday Morning News Look      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   


We start the morning by catching up with one of our favorite Internets-focused hotties who joins Team Trump by proxy.

Checkit:

Peeps: Ivanka Trump Calls Karlie Kloss Her 'Sister' After Model Gets Engaged to Josh Kushner

Page Six: Karlie Kloss converted to Judaism to marry Josh Kushner

VF: Karlie Kloss Surprises Joshua Kushner and Flips Off the Paparazzi

Closer to home we offer glimpse of the top morning news links to start the day . . .

Celebrate Luxurious Kansas City Boozy Accommodations

In Kansas City, You'll Soon Be Able to Sleep in a Former Brewery

It doesn't get much more 'Heartland' than that. Kansas City is so hot right now. On the heels of the Queer Eye news (the Fab Five will film season three there) and the 21C opening, Aparium, one of the boldest American hotelier groups out there, has announced that they, too, are moving into Missouri's largest city.


Local Tech Talk Lineup Debuts

Techweek KC speaker lineup spans blockchain and 3D printing to fintech and inclusion

Techweek KC has released a diverse docket of events, panels and speakers that aim to inspire and mobilize the area's tech and entrepreneur community. Now in its fourth year, Techweek KC returns Oct. 8-12 with national tech, venture capital, nonprofit and blockchain leaders, said Drew Solomon, senior vice president of business development at the Economic Development Corporation of Kansas City.


Kansas Teen Political Prank Worked
No laughing matter: GOP teens garner 3,700 votes in tight KS gubernatorial primary
Kansas City Money Pit Feeding Time

'Zoo View:' Feeding Kansas City's hippo

KMBC 9 brings you "Zoo View," a behind-the-scenes look at what's happening this summer at the Kansas City Zoo. Our 11th edition allowed us to go behind the s...


EPIC Home Team Debut

Fillmyer earns first major league win as Royals topple Cubs 9-0

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Heath Fillmyer allowed three singles over seven innings for his first major league win, Adalberto Mondesi and Drew Butera each drove in three, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago Cubs 9-0 Wednesday night.


Cream - Politician (Farewell Concert - Extended Edition) is the #TBT song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .
          Kansas City Cannabidiol Cocktail Reviewed      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Here's a local write-up of this new hipster CBD offering for stoners with a refined palate and deep pockets.

Checkit:

Hogshead is serving Kansas City's first CBD cocktail. We are pretty sure it's legal.

Kelcie McKenney Since opening this past December, Hogshead Kansas City has busied itself carving out a place for local ingredients and chef-driven creations on the Country Club Plaza. Its latest creation? The CBDiki, a play on the classic piña colada, but with one very significant twist. It has CBD in it.


          Kansas City Blogging The Big Sleep      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This town's top faith blogger offers a consideration of the end game from a faith-based perspective . . . Read more for those who optimistically hope that we all don't just rot in the ground:

We're still not sure just what death is: 8-9-18

Religion has a lot to say about death. Death is the final enemy. The wages of sin is death. There is something after death called an afterlife. Death gets swallowed up by God, who prevails. And on and on, depending...


          Remembering Kansas City Southmoreland      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Really great glory days post from one of our favorite local history blogs . . . Here's a glimpse of urban cor entertaining from back in the day.

Take a look:

Dinner for 100 on this Southermoreland block

The Southmoreland block between Warwick and McGee from 39 th to 40 th Streets has seen a lot of history - huge social events packed into its fine homes, a flu epidemic that impacted a funeral, and the ups and downs of pioneer families.


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Cheers! As part of its Neighborhood Drink of the Month, Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill + Bar is serving a sweet deal on strawberry margaritas. Known as the Strawberry DOLLARITA, the $1 margarita is available every day in August at participating locations, served ice-cold in a 10-ounce mug. Through August 31, famished frugal diners can pair the bargain beverage with its popular 2 […]

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On Saturday, August 11, 2018, Zona Rosa is hosting its annual Microbrew Festival presented by UNICO Kansas City. Tickets are $25 when you buy them in advance online; $30 at the gate (cash only). This event, which runs from 5-9 p.m. in the Zona Rosa Town Square, includes a commemorative sampling glass, four-ounce beer samples from […]

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Brother Manny Abarca IV was elected on Tuesday as the Committeeman of Kansas City's 12th Ward. Abarca became a member of Omega Delta Phi in Spring 2008 at the former Missouri State Colony. The newly elected committeeman also volunteers at U.S. House of Representative Office Emanuel Cleaver II as a deputy director. "In a time [...]

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KC KingdomCornerback is likely to be a major position of need for the Kansas City Chiefs heading toward next year. There are a couple of names that could interest Brett Veach and company. Quick, can you name the cornerbacks that are under contract past next … and more …read more Source:: NFL Draft News By […]
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25 Profound Words Of Wisdom Said By Everyday People Who Literally Changed Lives

The old saying goes “the pen is mightier than the sword.” This is a testament to the real power of words. There are many ways to influence and inspire people, but only a few are more efficient than a well-selected anecdote or piece of advice.


A Reddit user AWWWshetz asked something on the AskReddit Subreddit. The responses to that question collected are a list of occasions that demonstrates how words can be so powerful, and they literally change lives. These nuggets of wisdom genuinely strike a chord, and we're sure there are several in there that will inspire you too! Scroll down to check them out for yourself, and vote for your favorite ones! (Cover picture: Pablo Manriquez | Facebook cover picture: whatleydude)


I was 13 years old, trying to teach my 6 year old sister how to dive into a swimming pool from the side of the pool. It was taking quite a while as my sister was really nervous about it. We were at a big, public pool, and nearby there was a woman, about 75 years old, slowly swimming laps. Occasionally she would stop and watch us. Finally she swam over to us just when I was really putting the pressure on, trying to get my sister to try the dive, and my sister was shouting, "but I'm afraid!! I'm so afraid!!" The old woman looked at my sister, raised her fist defiantly in the air and said, "So be afraid! And then do it anyway!"

That was 35 years ago and I have never forgotten it. It was a revelation -- it's not about being unafraid. It's about being afraid and doing it anyway.

loubird12500


"Don't be a d*ck to your dog. He's a few years of your life, but you are all of his"

kwyjiboe


I met a person who was in a wheelchair. He related a story about how a person once asked if it was difficult to be confined to a wheelchair. He responded, "I'm not confined to my wheelchair - I am liberated by it. If it wasn't for my wheelchair, I would be bed-bound and never able to leave my room or house. "

Amazing perspective.

RedheadBanshee


My mom was dying. A friend told me "you have your whole life to freak out about this-- don't do it in front of her. "

It really helped me to understand that my feelings are not always what's important. It IS possible to delay a freakout, and that skill has served me innumerable times.

DiffidentDissident


When I was 38 I contemplated beginning a two year Associates Degree in Radiography. I was talking to a friend and had almost talked myself out of doing it. I said "I'm too old to start that. I'll be 40 when I get my degree." My friend said "If you don't do it, you'll still be 40, but without the degree." I'm nearly 60 now, and that degree has been the difference between making a decent living, and struggling to get by.

luckyhenry


When I was young and having what I thought was a serious relationship talk with my first real SO, I told her that I just wanted to find the right person.

Without missing a beat she said, "Everybody is looking for the right person, and nobody is trying to be the right person."

That stopped me in my tracks.

faelsoss


A friend of the family's five year-old child died in a freak accident, where the father had just left the room for a minute to go to the bathroom, and the child climbed on top of the TV, and it toppled and crushed him. The family was in pieces, and the father undeservedly blamed himself for the death of his child. I remember telling my dad, a stoic man who has only said he loves me maybe three times in his life, that this is a reason that I don't know if I want children. I don't think I could handle something like this.

His response was: Even one minute with you in my life is worth whatever pain I would feel if you had died.

To hear that from him really showed me how strong that bond can be, even if a parent doesn't show it openly, and changed my mind about wanting children.

AnthraxyWaxy


"Think of a time you were embarrassed, easy right? Now think of a time someone else was embarrassed. It's a lot harder to do isn't it?" I don't really worry about being embarrassed anymore if no one but I will remember it!

Bmonroet


After getting rejected by a bunch of colleges in the same week, my dad (who is a writer) said "I was rejected by Stanford three times, and now my books are in their library. You've got to be better than them."

cranberry_hasselhoff


As a child, my duty was to empty the dishwasher.

I was something like 10, that day. I was always trying to do that fast, so I had more time to play SMB on my NES.

Only my dad was home, gardening. I grabbed the coffee pot that was in the dishwasher and it slipped off my hand, to broke loudly in pieces on the floor.

I was ashamed and afraid of my dad's reaction. Like a lot. He was (and still is) a nice guy, but for me it was like a big mistake, and for my child brain, this pot was worth a lot of money. He would be mad.

It took all my courage to go see my dad and tell him, but I did. I was almost crying of shame, while still having the handle of the pot in my hand, as a proof.

My dad, calmly looked at me, and said "Breaking something happens when you work, that's ok, don't worry".

It's silly, but I think of that almost every day. It's okay to make mistake, at least you are trying to do something.

Thanks dad!

xumiz


"How would it make you feel?"

It's the sentence that changed my stance on gay marriage. Without context, that seems silly, but I'll offer up a shortened version. I grew up in suburban STL to conservative Christian parents (and they weren't remotely tolerant) and pretty much never left my comfort bubble. I moved to Kansas City when I was 20 to finish college. My roommate was good friends with a gay couple, and this was my first encounter with gay people (that I knew of, which was ignorant. There's no way it was my first). Inevitably, we got into a debate, and they basically went into a tirade about how much it sucks to constantly be berated and made fun of, and how it sucks to be treated unfairly because of something they can't control. I reverted to the classic "it's a choice!" line of thinking. They responded with "why would we f*cking choose this for ourselves? Why would we choose to constantly be made fun of, to constantly be judged, and constantly be denied rights? How would it make YOU feel?" It was pretty much that exact moment when I, who I consider to be a logical person, realized I was being an illogical asshole and that I was just regurgitating the sh*t I picked up from being raised in a conservative Christian household. From that moment on, I start undoing all of the programming in my mind from years of living in a sheltered environment. My views have since changed on nearly everything, from gay marriage to abortion to religion. One sentence from one conversation with two gay men changed me in a huge number of ways, and now I scoff at the idea that you can't change someone's mind about these things.

iNeedScissorsSixty7


Next year, you'll wish you had started today.

trytryagainn


I'm the oldest of three kids. I'm older than my little brother by 2.5 years and my little sister by 9.5.

When I was about fourteen or so, arguing with my dad in private about something I don't remember, he, being the second-oldest of eight kids, told me:

"Any decision you make in this household, you make three times. Once when you make it, once when your brother makes the same decision after watching you do it, and once when your sister makes the same decision after watching you and your brother do it. How you treat your brother will tell him how he can treat your sister; and how you treat your sister tells her how she will expect to be treated for the rest of her life, even as far as her future boyfriends."

That kinda shook me up and made me rethink my role as the oldest child; I started taking my responsibilities as the role model a lot more seriously after that. Even when you aren't trying to actively influence those around you, those who look up to and respect you will still base their decisions, in part, on how they've seen you handle similar situations. If you break down and get stressed and angry when something inconvenient happens, they'll feel better doing the same when something similarly small happens to them. But if you keep your cool in a dire situation and under a lot of stress, it can inspire them to believe they can do the same.

Mutericator


My mom was in a nursing home, recovering from a heart attack (a battle she eventually lost). She had struggled with depression in her life, and this was hitting her very hard. She had worked in nursing homes, and hated them. I spent hours a day with her, and some days were better than others. I pushed her a lot, encouraging a positive outlook, and patience. Patience with herself, her situation, the staff, everything.

I started taking in some headphones, thinking maybe music would cheer her up. So one afternoon I'm sitting next to her bed, and she's listening to my iPhone, and tears just start running down her face. I pulled the headphones off her and started asking her what was wrong. Asking her not to cry. She looked at me and smiled like a mother looking at her son, and simply asked me "what if that's what I need right now? To cry?" Then she pulled the headphones back on.

Through all the pain and chaos of the last few years, that really stuck with me. What if sometimes, you don't need to focus on the positive. You don't need to smile, and bear it. Sometimes you just need to cry.

nxtplato


I recently got married earlier this year, and obviously our marriage is far from perfect. We argue, and disagree, and sometimes can't stand to be around each other. I grew up in a very hostile environment and having an arguement with a family member was awful. Personal attacks were always used, instant anger, and no mutual understanding was ever to be had. It was always about who was right and how to make them feel bad. When I got married, I quickly noticed that my fighting habits were toxic for our relationship, and my husband said something to me that I use in every relationship I have. He told me, "It's not You Vs Me, love. It's You and Me Vs Problem. We are always a team." It's helped me overcome some serious rifts in my personal relationships and I will never forget it.

catmaster711


Everyone you meet knows something you don't." My grandfather told me this, and it's been a good reminder that I am surrounded by teachers.

maelfey


This is a bit lengthy, but changed my life. Not just the way I think. When I was young my father abandoned me twice as a child. I grew up to be a very angry and depressed young man. I truly hated him for it. In high school, I had this amazing teacher. He helped me, and so many others, in so many ways. But one day he asked me something. He asked "You hate him right?" I said yeah. He said "And he deserves it right?" And, again, I said yes. Then he then he said "Do you think he feels any of your hatred for him?" I thought for a few seconds and answered "No. He probably doesn't." And then he said "But you feel all of it. And you don't deserve that. It's time to forgive the man. Not because he deserves it. But because you do.". He was completely right. I forgave my father, and over time have built up an incredibly close relationship with the man. And I could neve have gotten to this point without my teacher.

Rickst75


"You know you're an adult when you can be right without proving the other person wrong."

ocktick


In terms of love and romance, the truth is, the only person you know you're definitely spending the rest of your life with is you.

Everything else is simply not guaranteed -no matter how much you believe in “true love” and all that it entails. People die. People leave. People change their minds. When all is said and done, you end up with yourself. So you better f*cking like who that is. In fact, you better LOVE who that is. Work everyday to be your best self. And don't let ANYONE EVER define who you are without your permission.

Zingiberly


People won't remember the words you say but how it made them feel.

Tinkletyme


"You're going to die one day. We all are. Do everything you want to do. Don't wind up on your death bed one day thinking of all the things you didn't do because assholes might have an asshole opinion about it. They're just jealous anyways."

~ My grandpa at 89 years old; a few months before he died 12 years ago.

And that's the real quote. It was on video.

saltlakequeen


"You are not required to set yourself on fire to keep other people warm".

Really hit home for me, since I grew up trying to mediate my parents' issues and had multiple friends in and out of the ER for mental health crises during my teen years, among other things. As someone who spent the majority of her life feeling like she had to take care of others at all costs, it was kinda a shock to the system to hear that I was allowed to have my limits even with people who truly needed help.

maeEast


My old boss, the CEO of a small hospital, told me a story from back when he was a lab technician (for simplicity, let's call him Dan). Dan had forgotten to check some sort of mechanism on a piece of equipment he used, it malfunctioned and broke the equipment which ended up having around a $250,000 repair bill. The next day Dan's boss called him in to talk about it, and he was sure he was going to be fired. His boss asked him why he didn't do a proper check, made sure he understood what happened and sent him back to work. Dan asked him "Am I not getting fired? I was almost sure that's what this was about." His boss said "No way, I just spent $250,000 teaching you a lesson you'll never forget. Why would I fire you now?"

It seems silly, but that attitude always resonated with me. Don't make professional decisions based on emotional responses. Always know what your goal is when dealing with someone, and what exact problem you are trying to solve. Everyone makes mistakes, and yelling at them just makes them resent you and become defensive. Being calm and understanding will make people look up to you.

Toribor


My dad was/is a deacon of a church, and one part of his duties was to visit with people in retirement homes and bring them communion. He couldn't go one day, and he asked me (I was in high school at the time) to go in his place.

Perhaps obviously, with me being young and the people in the homes being elderly, age was a frequent topic of conversation. One old man told me, "the hardest thing about getting old is running out of people who understand you." That is, each generation has a unique way of looking at the world and what it means to be alive in it, and as new generations come and redefine what the world is, one's world gets smaller and smaller as there are fewer people around who understand your world in the same way.

We are all marching toward obsolescence. I think I became much more of a realist that day.

whynotminot


"Education is expensive, but no education is more expensive". Definitely took school more seriously after someone said that to me.

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@Natalia, there were way more women present but That just takes pictures of whatever catches his eye. If I remember right, the women's field was over 30 riders, and the women's prize money was about five times that of the men's prizes. Come out next year and show us how it's done!
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It's on my 2019 calendar...and fuck work, they can deal with hungover me afterwards... Please, try to NOT line up with the same weekend as SSUSA tho as I have to kill some brain cells in TX during '19 too
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So many thongs, so few women. Sounds like the SSKC Sausage Party to me.
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They should change the name to more accurately represent the event, Singlespeed Testicle Festival.
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Segment 1: Study on black, queer-identifying men takes new approach to research. A new study spearheaded by a local grassroots organization conducted a comprehensive health and wellness assessment for black, queer-identifying men in Kansas City. We hear about what they learned. D. Rashaan Gilmore , president and founder, BlaqOut Segment 2, beginning at 21:36: The status of women's baseball in Kansas City. Later this month, the Women's Baseball World Cup will be hosted in the United States for the first time ever. On this episode, we meet an Olathe native who will be playing for Team USA. We'll also learn about the local groundswell of enthusiasm for female participation in baseball. Alex Hugo, member of the United States National Team for Women's Baseball World Cup Angel McGee, manager of communications and outreach, Kansas City MLB Urban Youth Academy
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Long lines, loud music ... and backpacks? All month long, community organizations have been passing out school supplies to kids at events that feel less like back-to-school fairs and more like outdoor concerts. Last Saturday, an emcee pumped up the crowd at Summerfest, the Kansas City Public Schools Education Foundation’s back-to-school event.
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NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Kansas City Star reporter Hunter Woodall about why Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach's past work may tip the scale in favor of a Democratic candidate in the governor's race.
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Carrie interviews Olympian Courtney Frerichs! Courtney discusses her new American record, training with the Bowerman Track Club, her relationship with her husband, and her future racing goals.

Show notes for this episode can be found at ctollerun.com.

Courtney Frerichs

Courtney grew up in Nixa, MO. She attended the University of Missouri-Kansas City for undergrad where she was a 5-time All American. She transferred to the University of New Mexico for graduate school and competed her fifth year of eligibility for the Lobos where she would lead the team to a NCAA Cross Country Championship title with a fourth place finish and win the NCAA title in the 3k steeplechaise in a collegiate record. She currently trains in Portland, OR with the Nike Bowerman Track Club, coach by Jerry Schumacher. She was a member of the 2016 Olympic team, silver medalist in the 3k steeplechase at the 2017 IAAF World Outdoor Championships, and holds the American Record in the 3k steeplechase.


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Two Democratic candidates are each poised to become the first Native American woman elected to Congress, according to the media consensus, which has prompted the question: What about Sen. Elizabeth Warren? Democrat Sharice Davids, a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation, won her House primary race Tuesday in Kansas, prompting the Kansas City Star and others to report that she would be “the first Native American woman elected to Congress” if she prevails in November. The same has been said of Deb Haaland, a member of the Pueblo of Laguna, who captured in June the Democratic nomination for the New Mexico...
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