Saturday, April 25, 2020

Kansas City Artisan Hipsters Work Diligently In Coronavirus Lockdown Solitude

This report is kind of all over the place but, basically, reminds us that this town remains eerily quiet as the creative class craft and sell their wares without the the typical celebration.

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'Pretty desolate' in the Stockyards as 'actual tumbleweeds' replace diners and drinkers

The Campground started in a shed. When Cristin Llewellyn and Christopher Ciesiel bought a house in South Hyde Park, they also acquired a shed, which they painted pastel pink and adorned with antlers. It was a fun place for friends to try Christopher's drink experiments and offer feedback on recipes like the couple's signature bacon-wrapped avocado.

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