Saturday, November 14, 2020

Kansas City Saturday Night Streetcar Hype

Tonight we take a pause to check out the Kansas City creative class engaging in a bit of creative expression aboard the empty streetcar.

Hipster fashion shows are basically harmless so we don't begrudge these locals their fun even if the poseur festival doesn't resonate with the current harsh times of the pandemic.

Check the description . . .

"Coalesce is an immersive art experience where fashion and fine art come together in a breath taking collaboration celebrating fine art on the runway. Guests will safely experience how eight local Kansas City artists transform gowns into walking canvasses of fine art with a virtual experience unlike any other."

Take a look . . .

Again, KCMO during in the time of COVID-19 isn't really a glamorous place but it's telling that promotion for the streetcar is now part of Saturday night fantasy for a way of life that no longer exists. And maybe never did.

As always, thanks for reading this week and have a safe and fun Saturday night.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bummer.

But that dude is very fashionable.

Anonymous said...

not sure if any of this is worth that $50.8 million DOT grant.

Anonymous said...

Homeless sure have nice threads around here.

Anonymous said...

No naked girls then I don’t care!

Anonymous said...

Let’s raise the taxes so we can build more trains.

Anonymous said...

Empty streetcars running up & down a deserted downtown. This is crazy. And big spender Trump wants to give them more of our tax dollars.

Anonymous said...


Black catholic history??? Why do you people do this? All you are doing is making things worse with your division.

Hyperblogal said...

It still confounds me that with 60,000 visitors a day to kc metro the streetcar isn't packed.