ey. It’s been a while since we’ve talked.
After a hiatus due to the pandemic, Landmark Live, the Platte County Landmark’s hit podcast, returns to your screens for a ‘catch up’ episode Thursday, Oct. 8 at 6 p.m.
There will be plenty for hosts Ivan Foley and Chris Kamler to discuss, with the crazy current events that have defined 2020–both locally and nationally–getting attention in a Landmark Live that will be easier to watch than a presidential debate.
You can view the show live on The Landmark’s popular new web site at plattecountylandmark.com or on the newspaper’s Facebook page (Platte County Landmark).
If you miss the live broadcast, never fear. The videos remain on the web site and on Facebook for viewing at your leisure.
After doing a few episodes remotely in the spring, Foley and Kamler will be together in the same room for the first time since late January when Thursday’s episode of Landmark Live is filmed from Studio A in the second story of The Landmark building in downtown Platte City.
No in-person audience, please, due to social distancing requirements, so don’t come to the building.
Who knows where the discussion will begin or end–or where it might go off the rails–when two curious observers of human behavior start sharing hot takes about the crazy happenings of 2020.
Everything is fair game and topics could include presidential politics, City of Parkville news and views, the Platte County CARES grant program, the Chiefs, some personal news and much more.
Have a topic you want discussed? Email ivan@plattecountylandmark or send a message through The Landmark’s Facebook page.
To view previous episodes of Landmark Live, go to https://plattecountylandmark.com/landmark-live/