Kansas City Jazz COVID Cash Coming Soon

Local denizens of the cultural elite might consider more funding for the arts in the urban core a vital expenditure. 

Sadly, most don't understand that a high note for the local museum money drain is just another indication that a hyper-inflation jam session is also on the way.

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American Jazz Museum's new executive director talks financial status

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The American Jazz Museum in Kansas City, Missouri, is under the care of a new executive director. "I'm excited to come back to Missouri, that's my home state," Rashida Phillips said. "I was born and raised in St.

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  1. Jazz is for old men, who are divorced and unemployed. And can't find a job, so they live off welfare. Oh and they are overweight and mostly white men, with a degree.

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  2. Dey gone get dey weave and dey Escalade doe!

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  3. everyday..long,long lines of people outside.. soo eager to visit..

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  4. @ 10:33 Chimpy wants city funding for a Jizz Museum..

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  5. Would be better to subsidize instruments and music lessons for the city kids who are found to have some aptitude/interest in music, that would do more for the cultural preserve/advancement of jazz music

    Jazz is for white NPR liberals

    A rare bird indeed would be the inner city black kid who is list ending to jazz instead of hip hop and rap. It would be a worthy thing to put a saxophone in the hands of a troubled youth with altitude but the Jazz museum is decidedly not about that. It is an eco devo hustle and a patrongpag program for politically connected and eliteslike this new director who is from Chicago and has no connection at all to KC or jazz music

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  6. New Escalades must be in at the dealers. What a frigging joke, and I am a jazz fan.

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  7. Lol, I must be a unicorn. I support Trump, fair elections and like jazz music. I just turn down the radio when the NPR news comes on.

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  8. And she is paid how much a year?

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  9. Funny how the cleave only fights for money for his jazz district, he screws over his people all the time for his personal pleasure

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  10. That place is the most over priced sewer in the mid-west. This is why Cleaver needs to go!

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  11. I just can't wait to hear some of that new jazz, man.

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  12. That will be money well wasted.

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  13. ^^You mean like your monthly welfare check simp?

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  14. Ha! LOL!

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  15. No welfare here. Did somebody steal yours?

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