Public radio offers click bait and imagines this cowtown has HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS to finance the antics of a last place team whilst COVID-19 has created a MASSIVE shortfall that threatens to bankrupt this town.
The punch line . . . The luckiest of KC Star newsies now enjoy (half pay) employment at this news outlet and pretend to help their friends who weren't as fortunate.
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With the news that The Kansas City Star will vacate its massive, glass building at 1601 McGee downtown, the big question is what will become of the iconic, two-block-long structure. The Star moved into the 424,000-square-foot building in mid-2018 after moving out of its longtime, red-brick home at 1729 Grand just a block southwest.