Wednesday, January 09, 2019

Kansas City Star Propaganda Hypes Artsy 'Open Spaces' Despite Attendance FAIL

One concert was nearly empty, another had a few more attendees pushed to the front . . . The artsy exhibits were disseminated around town and mostly unnoticed despite so much sponsored hype.

City Hall insiders promise that this show will never happen again after $500K of neighborhood money was initially wasted on the series of events that will ultimately cost KCMO taxpayers more than a million bucks to make up.

Nevertheless, the newspaper continues to hype the event because the "curator" is classy and took $250K for his trouble but made local cowtowners feel important.

Checkit:

KC's Open Spaces arts festival successful beyond numbers | The Kansas City Star

When we measure the value of staging the first edition of this arts experiment, we can imagine what the outcomes will be if Kansas City does not rise to the occasion of global cultural exchange.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

like KC's reenactment of Pokemon Go

Anonymous said...

The Kansas City Star is also "successful beyond its numbers", both subscriptions and readership. !FOR NOW!

Anonymous said...

^^Hey dummy, only geezers read the Star. Adapt or die off already!

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Anonymous said...

It's always "beyond the numbers" when you squander taxpayers' money and don't want to be held accountable!!

Anonymous said...

Quit your bitching, it gave you something to write about.

Anonymous said...

Open Spaces is the distance between the ears of the decision makers that pissed away this amount of tax money.

Anonymous said...

Hold open spaces in Perfect Village this year, after all the artsy fartsy types have special rights there.