Or . . .
The Pitch just shot themselves in the foot by signing on to the so-called paper-of-record progressive agenda and losing just about every bit of their "alternative" street cred.
Sorry, but there's nothing "alternative" about parroting grandma's newspaper.
This isn't gloating, TKC is honestly sad to read The Pitch abandon everything that was unique about the paper in order to survive.
Of course sacrifices have to be made in order to attain financial stability but this "feels" like a takeover or at least a move that's so mainstream as to imperil the wonderful, seedy and provocative roots of the publication.
Accordingly, check the anti-gun lecture that's sophomoric, safe and nothing like The Pitch we remember fondly . . .
After decades of treating gun violence in Missouri as a crime issue, the problem is worse than ever. The Kansas City Star and American Public Square hosted the "Gun Violence in Missouri: Seeking Solutions" virtual program on February 17. The program featured a panel of experts discussing the root causes of gun violence and how to target them.