Among Internets critics it's called an "Instagram trap" and it's a hipster trend that has finally made a splash in Kansas City beyond early adopters whose work was way too political and dark to have much appeal.
Now, this bright, sunshine quickie exhibit provides a place for local youngsters armed with $1000 phones to share their best life with so many social media friends, followers and distant relatives and the seemingly endless supply of frenemies.
When most people think of Westport, they usually picture dive bars, crazy crowds and late-night clubbing. Courtney Callegari, however, is bringing a new type of fun for the Westport crowd: the Museum of Good Vibes. "All of our exhibits are designed to be really interactive," Callegari said of her DIY-space.