Friday, October 02, 2020

Kansas City Shutting Down For Winter

Entertainment news offers a glimpse at inevitable economic hardship given current pandemic precautions and the continued downward spiral of the local economy during coronavirus.

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Music Venues, Bars and Restaurants Brace for Long, Hard Winter

Tim Gutschenritter is trying - really trying - to stay positive. He posts encouraging messages on Facebook. He cheerfully greets customers who wander into The Riot Room, his Westport business. But privately, Gutschenritter grows a little more afraid every day. The Riot Room is meant to host live bands and standing-room-only crowds five to seven days a week.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Gonna be a different city as the virus and the election riots tear it up over the winter.

Anonymous said...

^^^

sad but true.

Anonymous said...

Whaaa!!!! Then get your scaredy cat asses out of town!

Anonymous said...

Nothing was mentioned about fear until you brought it up. You must be a Democratic they jump to conclusions without any facts all the time.

Harold Eugene Johnson said...

Could bars and restaurants form private members only establishments that not even the city fire marshal could enter? Contracts can be written to over ride city ordinances, and idiot mayor mandates.

Anonymous said...



Dr Fauci said there was going to be a virus during the Trump administration. Gee I wonder how he knew that??????? Oh and plan on civil unrest next month it's coming and this time it's not going to be a bunch of basement kids with pink hair. If you have a problem with the virus and you support the democratic party it's your own fault.

Anonymous said...

4:25 you sir are dumb

Anonymous said...

Let's close everything down again, so the suicide rate continues to go through the roof. Crash test dummies at the helm.

Anonymous said...

good idea. It worked in the 70's