Thursday, October 12, 2017

Kansas City 18th & Vine Attucks School Saved From The Wrecking Ball . . . For Now

Here's an upbeat write-up on yet another "creative class" scheme that features good intentions but no sustainable biz model. Read more with a great deal of skepticism:

Zhou Brothers Plan To Convert Empty School Into A Kansas City Arts Hub

The historic Attucks School building in the 18th & Vine Jazz District won't be reused as a school after all. Instead, the city has chosen a proposal by two internationally-renowned artists based in Chicago to convert the old building at 1815 Woodland Ave. into a hub for arts and culture.

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Why not turn in into something useful, like a crack house or a homeless shelter?

Anonymous said...

^^Why don't you do something useful like go outside, or read a book, or something other than bitching on a blog? How about that loser?

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

This is truly historical. This school could be the last place a black child actually performed to any real standards and graduated from 8th grade.

Gray Back said...

Ahhhh 2:18 PM
The only historical thing would be a black child not envisioning themselves as an NBA 3 point shooter at the age of 10.

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