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:
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.