Friday, September 11, 2020

Coronavirus Killing Kansas City Arts Scene

The creative-class is quickly vanishing as locals prioritize spending and realize that streaming movies are still more entertaining than cowtown performances. Moreover, socially distant events are a drag and not worth enduring.

Still, here's an upbeat take on the situation and plans for a comeback . . . Checkit:

Kansas City Arts Organizations Plot a New Future in Face of Pandemic

Arts organizations, long accustomed to bolstering the public's morale during tough times, have been shouldering their own share of suffering amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The seemingly relentless wrath of COVID has shut down venues, cancelled performances, suspended programs and put the kibosh on fundraising galas.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Our arts scene is so weak and without talent, it wouldn’t take much to cancel it.

Anonymous said...

^^OK Boomer. Go watch Matlock.

Charlie Horse said...

10:07s colostomy bag is overflowing cause shit is coming out of his mouth.