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The Weekend Mauling: 11.18.2023

Wait a minute, this sounds like rock and/or roll.

Russell Goetz lifts a roasted turkey at the Lido Deli in Long Beach, New York Photo by Erica Marcus/Newsday RM via Getty Images

The Rock Chalkboard

Week 12 preview: Whoever plays quarterback, KU will face uphill battle against K-State - KU Sports
As has often been the case this season, another week has brought another mystery about just who might be playing quarterback for Kansas this weekend.

Preview: KU’s Maui Invitational grind opens with Chaminade - KU Sports
The Jayhawks will return to the Maui Invitational for the eighth time, looking to follow up their 2015 and 2019 appearances with a third straight tournament title. Getting there will mean matchups against either UCLA or No. 4 Marquette, then a title bout with one of Syracuse, No. 7 Tennessee, No. 2 Purdue or No. 11 Gonzaga.

Eraser Dust

‘Every move I make, I second guess’: These Muslim and Arab Americans say the surge in hate has made them more vigilant | CNN
Nicole was walking through an affluent part of Alexandria, Virginia, with a friend last month, when a man approached her and began screaming.

He railed about the hijab she wore, saying she looked Muslim, and made comments about Hamas raping Israeli women, she said. Her friend corroborated the account.

Board unanimously agrees home in Glacier National Park should be removed | KECI
The Flathead Valley Conservation District board voted unanimously for a home built in Glacier National Park without a permit be removed.

John and Stacey Ambler built the three-story home in the park without applying for a permit.

Tyler, The Creator Calls for Rappers to Nix Hot Ones, Shopping Interviews
Tyler, The Creator is fed up with rappers and their lifestyle interviews ... mainly the ones found on Complex's channel involving scarfing down chicken wings and dropping thousands on new shoes!!!

Kalispell Public Schools tackles pending budget deficit | Daily Inter Lake
The deficit could be upwards of $3 million, however, KPS Director of Business Services Denise Williams cautioned the projections are based on early estimates that she expects will change as the preliminary budget is developed.

We now know why Topeka fired its city manager | KSNT 27 News
“The city can confidently say that it did not cause Wade any professional damage,” said Gretchen Spiker, city spokeswoman. “The city looks forward to its day in court.”

New plans to change face of KU's campus
The University of Kansas (KU) presented its 10-year plan for improving the Lawrence campus today.

A Town That Became 'One Giant Airbnb' Is Now Facing a Reckoning
The shift in Hochatown, Oklahoma, from 400 cabins to rent to 2,400 in just a few years is taking a toll on roads, noise, sewers, garbage, and more.

Taco Bell Is Testing Breakfast Tots—Here’s How They Taste
We often hear about fast food restaurants testing out new items in limited markets, but it’s usually somewhere far away and unattainable rather than right down the street from my home. Today, however, we’re some of the lucky ones: Taco Bell is currently doing a very limited test run of its new breakfast menu innovation, Breakfast Tots, at five Chicago-area locations, and one of them happens to be the Taco Bell in my neighborhood.

Small Montana Town Makes List For Poorest In The State
The average median household income for Montana is a little over $60k, Plains' median household income is just under $25k.

Decision brings disappointment to marching bands at Brawl of the Wild
When the Grizzly Marching Band takes the field at halftime during the Brawl of the Wild on Saturday, they won't be joined by their Montana State counterparts.