Thursday, March 30, 2017


Enthusiastic coverage extols the virtues of the Kansas City creative class which is often a talking point of old school lawyers looking to capitalize on compliant 20-somethings in order to earn tax breaks and subsidies. Checkit:

Kansas City Play Explores Millennial Revolution, And Building A Better Block

The push for safe spaces and trigger warnings is leading many educators to more carefully curate their syllabi. The issue inspired creativity in a Kansas City playwright and the two local actors performing in his new project. Then, we discuss a fresh activist approach to better urban planning.


Crazy Clown said...

The NEW SAFE SPACES Lib'Tard Song , Enjoy !!!!

Anonymous said...

the easy answer is this: no they cannot save KC. Not with this dumb shit idea.

Anonymous said...

A city run without adult supervision and by people who fall over themselves trying to do the kewl latest thing to cater to the 23 year-old crowd.
And all at public expense.
Who's going to clean up all this crap when the latest BIG NEW THING comes along next year?
What a joke.

Anonymous said...

"Creative Class" So what exactly do they create?