An advisory panel thinks it should be easier to have a drink in Kansas City's historic Jazz District. The city has invested more than $25 million to attract businesses to 18th and Vine. But for restaurant and tavern operators there is a stumbling block.
Tuesday, February 06, 2018
Kansas City 18th & Vine Jazz District Closer To Making Boozy Comeback???
The roots of this locale and the jazz age overall speak to American snubbing their nose at cultural norms and prizing creativity & good times over traditional values . . . And so faith community complaints are being politely ignored politicos seem to realize that museums & history won't pay the bill in this part of of town. More booze seems to be the best shot & recouping more than $100-million worth of cash spent over recent years. Read more: