Another great report on the 18th & Vine District that offers a unique perspective on the local real estate game and how local guv is basically thwarting organic biz development and longstanding cultural icons.
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Uplifting Black, Brown, and queer voices across the South-no matter who's in office. Today, Kansas City has gone from trying to bury the nerve center of the early jazz movement, to trying to redevelop it. Ironically, this recent push is motivated by many of the same reasons that city officials in the 1950s launched slum clearance.