Thursday, September 03, 2020

Kansas City Arts Scene Struggling

Another update and the elite, snobby and creative-class working to maintain their lifestyle and local traditions as the pandemic shuts down and limits nearly every outlet of real world expression . . . Read more:

'Fighting the Good Fight' - KC STUDIO

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.

6 comments:

Bandit said...

There is no need for the Nelson any longer. We will have street graffiti murals!

Anonymous said...


Ha Ha Ha I have to agree. Close the Nelson down. If the arts are suffering they need to look at AOC's tweet when she said it was a small price to pay for Americans and business to be out of work for awhile to help Biden win the election.
Imagine people who hate Trump so bad they want to hurt YOU to get him out. That's how dirty the democrats are.

Boycott the Nelson they are cop haters they ran the cops off of their property during the riots. Anyone who supports the Nelson is a dirty PINKO

Anonymous said...

^^and yet many, many, many do and it's a crown jewel of our city, while you're old and will be dead soon. Weird.

Bandit said...

The Nelson is a turd. Put lipstick on it if you want but it's just a turd with lipstick.

Anonymous said...

^^Quit spamming every thread.

Anonymous said...

Y'all have a totally no-class, ultra-violent, crumbling town. The Nelson is just about the only thing in Kansas City that is big-league, world-class and internationally respected.