Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Kansas City South Side Paper Comeback???

A nice roundup of local community news shares a glimpse at vanity projects and a few worthwhile efforts that give hope to local publishers and plebs desperately searching for alternative bathroom reading material.

Moreover, a longtime former council dude has a new platform that has proved surprisingly effective at swaying opinion amongst the chattering classes.

Check-it . . .

In South Kansas City, Death of Newspapers is Greatly Exaggerated

Kathy Feist was frustrated. She and her neighbors in south Kansas City were about to vote in a special election to send a representative to the Missouri legislature - and Feist couldn't locate much helpful information about the candidates. "The only way to find out anything was to look at the signs in people's yards," she said.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

i remember from some thirty years ago that a martin city pub had on the menu and served up a real hamburger that weighed one pound.

i think they had extra newspapers laying around so that one could read and eat at the same time.

Anonymous said...

This lady now needs to start up "The MAGAT Times"!
Thee is apparently a crying (and weeping, and wailing) need for a newspaper like that - printed using a third-grade vocabulary.

Anonymous said...

30 years ago? Loser.