Saturday, May 23, 2020

Kansas City Week In Review Talks Sketchy Local Entertainment Reopen



A tele-conference with leaders of local entertainment venues . . . Here's a glimpse at their talking points and desperate hope that cowtown crowds return despite the ongoing pandemic. Checkit:

"Nick Haines talks to Randy Wisthoff, CEO/Executive Director of the Kansas City Zoo, Bob Kendrick, President of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, Brenda Tinnen. General Manager/Sr. Vice President of Sprint Center, and Richard Baker, President /CEO at Starlight Theatre, about navigating the pandemic, what a return of patrons will look like and what the future holds."

Take a look . . .




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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nah, people only want to go to protests!

Anonymous said...

^^^

True dat.

It's not just about the pandemic there's also a question of money that was ignored.

Nobody has 200 dollars to drop on a night of listening to crap music anymore.

Anonymous said...

I don't feel sorry that a lot of white folks are experiencing what the poor and minority communities have been going thru all along. Too bad for the business owners, take the money out of the business and live off it, then get out and get a job like everyone. That's what they deserve for voting for the sorry GOP

Anonymous said...

Total racist ignorance. As if every white person is rich. As if every black person is poor. As if the biggest factor in one's poverty isn't one's own motivation and commitment or lack thereof. You have zero grasp of the complexity of business ownership, which is responsible for creating the jobs.