Wednesday, July 18, 2007

A Late Night TV Story

Posted By on Wed, Jul 18, 2007 at 6:50 AM

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Pretty soon, a locally produced talk show could be competing with infomercials for your interest on Saturday nights. After Hours is the brainchild of Darron Story, who you probably don’t remember from the early 1990s R&B act Lo-Key. Story will share co-hosting duties with the much younger Cara Kahn, who was on Real World: Chicago , had her wedding written up in The New York Times and later posed all scantily clad for a big spread in Stuff magazine. Holly Starr, productions events coordinator for House of Style, is down for the Mistress of Ceremonies role, whatever that includes.

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Story promises skits and plenty of local celebs, starting with the big guy – Mark Funkhouser. The mayor is tentatively down as the show’s first guest in an episode to be taped on August 14 at KCPT Channel 19's studio, Story says. The show isn’t set to air for another couple of months. Story says After Hours will be broadcast on Saturday nights – on some as-yet-undecided local station – starting in October. A Web site, kcafterhours.com, is under construction. Until it launches, there are plenty of shots of Kahn’s cleavage over at the After Hours MySpace profile.

-- Crystal K. Wiebe

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