Village Shops and Corinth launch apps for Apple and Android. The Village Shops and Corinth Square recently launched mobile apps for both Apple and Android platforms. The apps include a map of the shops as well as a full list of merchants. People who download the app can register to win a $50 gift card in weekly drawings. The Village Shops app is here and the Corinth app is here.
Politico covers “moderate revolt” in Kansas. Politico reporter Manu Raju filed a report from Wichita on Kansas moderate Republicans’ endorsement this week of Democrat Paul Davis for governor. “The race is shaping up as a contest between a pair of candidates portraying each other as outside the mainstream. Davis says Brownback’s hard-right agenda has damaged the state economy and undermined the spirit of compromise that had long prevailed in the state capitol. Brownback is casting Davis as an Obama supporter who’s too liberal for a reddening state. Moderate Republicans could tip the balance,” writes Raju. [GOP moderates revolt in Kansas — Politco]
TV covers Prairie Village “pop-up garden”. KMBC aired a piece Tuesday about the community garden a neighbor planted in the traffic island at 73rd Street and Village Drive. [Pop-up garden adds spice to Prairie Village neighborhood — KMBC]
NEJC natives make dean’s list at Washington University. Four northeast Johnson County natives made the spring honor roll at Washington University in St. Louis. The students are: Cira Gloria Danda of Mission Hills; Max Hofmeister of Mission Hills; Erin Elizabeth Sellers of Prairie Village; and John Thomas Walker of Prairie Village. To qualify, the students had to maintain a grade point average of at least 3.6.