Here's How Kansas City Spent $100 Million At 18th And Vine Since 1990
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Moses wandered the desert 40 years before reaching the promised land, and then God wouldn't let him in. Vewiser Dixon can relate. It's been four decades since the redevelopment corporation Dixon heads was created by the Black Economic Union of Greater Kansas City to revitalize the neighborhood south of Kansas City's jazz district.