Thursday, October 05, 2017

KANSAS CITY 18TH & VINE JUKE HOUSE CONTROVERSY RAGES AMID UPCOMING RISQUE 'FREAKY TALES' COSTUME PARTY!!!



The 18th & Vine Jazz District recently received $7-million worth of taxpayer funding and this fact of life has the community in an uproar over tawdry promotions for an upcoming party along with the direction the area is taking.

More to the point . . .

KANSAS CITY 3RD DISTRICT INSIDERS OBJECT TO THE MARKETING FOR AN UPCOMING "FREAKY TALES" COSTUME PARTY!!!

A quick note sent our way . . .

A look at the promotion . . .



Remember, the 18th & Vine District which hosts "The Kansas City Juke House" is beloved and supported by taxpayers throughout KCMO because it continues a local jazz tradition that speaks to a renaissance of predominately African-American culture and provides a historic touchstone for a golden era in local music and heritage.

Ergo . . . Insiders with a greater understanding of this issue don't want 18th & Vine turning into the home for #AZZJAMZ.

A quick note that's going far and wide right now . . "IMO the below event is absolutely unacceptable at this venue."

Expect 3RD district reps to confront a great deal of controversy on this topic before Halloween arrives.

Developing . . .

19 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Nope, let it happen! Maybe the "18th & Vine" Administrators will overlook a buck or two of the revenues this produces when they're stuffing all the cash they can grab into their pockets, and that will save KC taxpayers a dollar or so next year when it becomes time once again for the "Annual 18th & Vine Emergency Bailout Party" at City Hall.

Anonymous said...

The blacks dress “freaky” everyday so why should this be a problem

Anonymous said...

God forbid people have a good time, it's a good thing Tony's Kansas City is here to kill everyone's hopes for a fun evening.

chuck said...

Who cares?

Let's rock.

If it draws customers....

Anonymous said...

This is a city owned building that we pay the taxes to operate and maintain it, this is completely inappropriate for a taxpayer owned building

Anonymous said...

^^^Says the fucking hall monitor of our taxes. Fuck you. You don't run shit.

Anonymous said...

Your funny! Are you the event coordinator? You better have lots of police and ambulances down there for the shootings and stabbing’s and I hope the city has their insurance caught up, wait, what? The city doesn’t have insurance??? Oh, their self insured with your taxpayer money!

Anonymous said...

You're(not "your"-idiot!) stupid. Are you anything other than a geriatric pants-shitter, too afraid to get out from under your bed? I thought not. (also it's "they're" not their-you fucking goon!).

Anonymous said...

First tax payer sanctioned ghetto commerce center in America. First they get a 24/7 liquor license just because they are black and now they grab 7 million to finance what, fat broads in skimpy clothes? What a monumental cultural expenditure white folks. Thank You!

Anonymous said...

There'll be at least one drive by shooting that night. Dozens of armed robberies and possibly a car jacking. Sounds like great fun to me!!

Bet there's no actual JAZZ that night except maybe for the Blue Room, and everybody knows that isn't real Jazz, anyway.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Are we supposed to compare this event option with the MASQUERADE BALL – GATSBY GALA OCTOBER 29, 2016 @ 7:30 PM.

Anonymous said...

Look at the diversity and moral high ground of this ghetto hooker event! Do they even know how hilarious this advertisement is?

Complain about the stereotypes and then validate them at every opportunity.

Anonymous said...

10:40 Shut the fuck up boon. Get your ass out to picking cotton where you belong.

Anonymous said...

Oh no, is Geezer Hater triggered?

Anonymous said...

As my jazz teacher once said, there's only two bad weeks in a musician's year, Christmas week and a week in Kansas City.

Anonymous said...

"...because it continues a local jazz tradition that speaks to a renaissance of predominately African-American culture and provides a historic touchstone for a golden era in local music and heritage." HORSE SHIT!

Pez KC said...

^^^ Just because you have no class doesn't mean the rest of us don't. KC peaked during the jazz age. The rest has been mostly downhill.

Sorry.

Anonymous said...

Pez KC, Kansas City did not "peak" during the Jazz Age, it was just a stopover to get off the train and pick up a few bucks en route from New Orleans-Chicago or Chicago- LA. Every Jazz musician from here who gained any sort of reputation or recognition did so by leaving here and going to someplace where Jazz was actually happening!

Hell, Charlie Parker's last words were spent begging his wife to " Just don't let them bury me in Kansas City"!