Meanwhile, back in the real world, KCMO is confronting an eviction housing crisis and a litany of cancelled construction projects given the horrific financial devastation wrought by the pandemic.
But by all means . . . Please check these smiling middle-class denizens promoting a faltering market.
'The Midwest Is Surprisingly Hot': The Pandemic Is Luring People To Kansas City, But Experts Aren't Sure They'll Stay
After months of strict quarantine in a small New York City apartment, Hannah Wise decided she'd had enough. It had been a year since the 28-year-old journalist and Wichita native took a job working for the New York Times. The move was a no-brainer; it was the career opportunity of a lifetime.