Two perspectives on the fountain drama amid MILLIONS in damages and will result in more political slap-fighting in the very near future . . .
Tragic Reflections Of Fading Middle-Class White Dude
By Joe Sweeney "I personally believe history should be preserved, irrespective of what are considered personal flaws of someone nearly a century after the fact." It's been an interesting era in Kansas City and it's felt more like the 1960s than nearly 60 years after.
Civil Rights Era Denizens Debate Social Justice Warriors
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Plaques honoring J.C. Nichols at the fountain near the Country Club Plaza are now gone. The city removed them the day after the Kansas City Parks Board unanimously agreed to remove the controversial developer's name from the fountain and parkway beside it.
Developing . . .