ONE MORE TKC BLOG READER QUESTION ABOUT TONIGHT'S JJ'S BENEFIT!!!
As I'm sitting here waiting for a frightened campaign manager to return my call . . . I'm pretty sure that this blog is the last place for dissent in Kansas City. No "ur Facebooks" doesn't count because your friends just ignore, tolerate or don't really care about what you think.
Anyhoo . . .
CHECK AN IMPORTANT QUESTION ABOUT THE JJ'S BENEFIT FROM A THOUGHTFUL TKC READER!!!
"How much money will be going towards the causes Megan Cramer lived for?" LGBTQ and Prisoners Rights? My guess, $0."
Still . . . The quandry doesn't make the cause any less worthwhile . . . Here are the deets for those who plan on venturing out to the celebration of Kansas City 3-Star Restaurant workers this evening . . .
Friends Of JJ's Benefit @ The Uptown Tonight
Join the Friends of JJ’s at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5 at the Uptown Theater for a party with JJ’s Restaurant owners, staff, patrons and friends in support of JJ's employees impacted by a devastating fire on Feb. 19, 2013.
Hosted by former Chiefs player, Eddie Kennison and KCTV5’s Kelly Jones, attendees will enjoy food and drink from area restaurants while listening to live music on multiple stages and browsing a silent auction with a number of items from local merchants.
Featuring: The Latenight Callers and David George and A Crooked Mile, the Friends of JJ's Benefit will also have performances by The Grisly Hand, Patrick Krief (of The Dears), Megan Birdsall, Victor & Penny, Loaded Goat, Allied Saints, Shellac Attack, and DJ Rico.
General Admission tickets begin at just $10. Proceeds will benefit the immediate needs of JJ’s staff and employees impacted by the Plaza fire, as well as create a fund in honor of Megan Cramer, a JJ’s colleague who died in the Feb. 19 fire.