Friday, September 25, 2020

Kansas City 2020 Plaza Art Fair Plagued By Continued COVID-19 Crackdown & Fear

The local tradition is in name only and really paints a sad picture of local pandemic life that remains dramatically scaled back amid civil unrest and concern over the continued spread of coronavirus.

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Modified Plaza Art Fair starts Friday

Hide Transcript Show Transcript 89TH ANNUAL ART FAIR. THAT'S A LOT OF HISTORY BUT THIS WEEKEND THINGS WILL BE DIFFERENT. NO MORE CLOSED STREETS OR BIG TENTS BRINGING IN NEARLY 250,000 PEOPLE. STILL IT'S AN EVENT THE PLAZA SAYS NEEDED TO HAPPEN IN SOME FORM.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Plagued by local politicians who continue to lose revenue because of fear of people catching, what amounts to a mild flu to most.

Anonymous said...

^^except for over 200,000 dead and hundreds of thousands of others who been scarred by this "mild flu" But yea, whatever dipstick.

Anonymous said...

Keep hiding in your basement and waste your life away. Be afraid, very afraid!

Anonymous said...

11:41-no doubt you’re a Dem hiding in your basement. Look at the numbers you idiot. Make sure you stay in your basement, even after a vaccine is made. We don’t miss you scaredy cat!

Anonymous said...

Brix said 200k was if everything done perfectly.

In reality we are far below that.

Orange man good.

Anonymous said...

The Plaza art fair is filled with women artists from Prairie Village that cheat on their stockbroker husbands, with big black men