Saturday, November 19, 2016

Kansas City Cultural Leader Conversation



An important switcheroo from KCPT's weekly news show.

Description . . .

"Nick Haines talks to four of the city's top arts and cultural leaders to dissect the news in their worlds. Frank Byrne, Executive Director Kansas City Symphony; George Guastello, Union Station CEO; Cheptoo Kositany-Buckner, Executive Director American Jazz Museum and Julián Zugazagoitia, Nelson-Atkins Museum CEO, offer insights into the challenges and priorities for local arts organizations."

More in a bit . . .

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Leaders?

LMAO

Anonymous said...

Detroit went through a boom like this right before it all came tumbling down.

Anonymous said...

we are blessed to have the critical mass and dedicated community leaders to have these wonderful amenities!

Anonymous said...

Anyone see that Poor little Mo Rage complained about all the whites on PBS this week? What a fucking cuck.

Public Service Announcement said...

MoRage is about as relevant as the dump I took last week. He is a hater who hates free speech and for sure what you think if it goes against what he thinks. On top of that the stupid fucker lives in Springfield Mo so who is he to rate our local TV shows? He's a fucking asshole and always will be.

Anonymous said...

Kevin =Cuck.

Anonymous said...

KCPT is kind of boring, I understand the need for these posts in a civic and civil conversation but they have very little influence over anything that happens in KCMO.

Anonymous said...

Bored now! Aww, nobody left standing at the Star? hahahahaha!