Sunday, January 31, 2021

Trending Takeover: Kansas City Hipster Small Businesses Set Up Shop Near Troost

Tragically, local investment in the KCMO urban core isn't universally welcomed but it's a rising trend that will persist as local entrepreneurs search for bargains in the COVID economy wherein economic disparity rules the day.

Accordingly, here's a really nice effort of another record store and coffee shop that is at the forefront of this movement . . . Read more:

Get to know Jim Oshel, co-owner of Sister Anne's Records and Coffee

Photo by Natalea BonjourSister Anne's Records and Coffee opened in 2018, but it has been years in the making. Jim Oshel and Frank Alvarez met when they were both working at Westport's Recycled Sounds in the nineties. When that shop closed in 2006, Oshel went to work for Broadway Coffee and Alvarez settled in at Vinyl Renaissance.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think the headline says it all.

Anonymous said...

Closed/Moved by 1/22.

Anonymous said...

Wow, these two have never had a legitimate skilled occupation. And now they want to start a business that combines both of these menial trades? In the ghetto?
And a magazine(?) Is reporting this?
And yet here I am, commenting on it?
Weird
CHUD
etc..

Shoulda bought Gamestop stock

Clayton Bigsby said...

Its ok,you can still grab American Airlines at less than 20

Anonymous said...

Whites colonizing black spaces.

Anonymous said...

The first 7:01 is being generous. More like Memorial Day weekend 2021.

Damn All Marxists said...

Hope he has the vinyl to I Yust Go Nuts At Christmas by Yogi Yorgesson.

Anonymous said...

Not trying to piss in their Cheerios, but this seems like an adult version of having a lemonade stand. Do they really think this type of business is going to provide a sufficient income for two adults?

Anonymous said...

Enjoy Mogadishu fellas!

Anonymous said...

You don't have money for a bubble gum stand you faggot

Anonymous said...

Your a bitch like your boy at 8:51.

Unknown said...

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