Friday, March 06, 2020

TKC FACT CHECK: IT'S FIRST FRIDAY AND KANSAS CITY DOESN'T CARE!!!

A tragic, deadly shooting last year started crackdown on food trucks and basically chased everyone away . . . And so locals are looking other places for weekend fun and, for the most part, Crossroads neighbors are relieved. Read more:

This First Friday - Crossroads Arts District

On the First Friday of every month, thousands of residents and visitors fill the sidewalks and alleyways of the Crossroads, enjoying what has become the city's liveliest and most popular recurring event. Arts organizations, galleries, studios, and a wide variety of local businesses feature local, regional, national and international artists as well as live entertainment ...

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Avoid crowds, stay home, wash hands.

Anonymous said...

They need more diversity at First Friday. Looked kind of exclusive to me.

Anonymous said...

Panic will peak when the MLB season is called off, if nothing else because of very low attendance.

Anonymous said...

The funny thing is that there's a lot of people down here. Make stuff up much, Tony?

Anonymous said...

^^^ BULLSHIT.

Define a lot. Crowds are way town from last march. That sounds like some mo cuck garbage. Get your own blog, bitch.

Anonymous said...

First Friday becomes Last Friday for the over 70 crowd.