Functional and not so functional alcoholism accounts for most of the bar biz nowadays and here's a glimpse at the smallish holiday surge that might or might not provide a desperately needed bump . . . And probably a few more COVID cases down the line.
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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Despite an ongoing pandemic that has killed at least 5,326 Kansans and Missourians, Kansas City area bars are expecting a lot of people out on the town to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. The Wednesday before Thanksgiving - sometimes referred to as Drinksgiving or Blackout Wednesday - is a famously busy day for bars.