Saturday, March 27, 2021

Kansas City COVID April Outlook

Pandemic precautions are still in place, masks are a fact of life and social distancing is required.

Nevertheless, there are many events scheduled but none of them seem like very much fun.

Read more . . .

April 2021 KC events roundup | Kansas City Magazine

From outdoor music to virtual events, here are a list of things to do in Kansas City this April. Jazz-punk band Men of Men is set to headline opening day for the second season of recordBar's outdoor venue Lemonade Park. They are accompanied by openers nu-soul electro-rock group Various Blonde and DJ Stevie Cruz.

2 comments:

Bandit said...

Pass. The lake sounds much better. Have "fun" Kansas City!
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Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- ARCHER'S DRAFTHOUSE

Unless you want your KCMO business permanently shuttered, don't ask Rex to show the 2011 film Contagion!!!


"Contagion is a 2011 American thriller film directed by Steven Soderbergh. The plot concerns the spread of a virus transmitted by respiratory droplets and fomites, attempts by medical researchers and public health officials to identify and contain the disease, the loss of social order in a pandemic, and the introduction of a vaccine to halt its spread."
The main character, an American woman, becomes infected during a trip to Hong Kong.
"In Atlanta, Department of Homeland Security representatives meet with Dr. Ellis Cheever of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) over concerns that the disease may be a bioweapon. Cheever dispatches Dr. Erin Mears, an Epidemic Intelligence Service officer, who negotiates with reluctant local bureaucrats to commit resources for a public health response. As the novel virus spreads, several cities are placed under quarantine, causing panic buying, widespread looting, and violence."
"The film presents examples of crowd psychology and collective behavior which can lead to mass hysteria and the loss of social order. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends social distancing by forcibly isolating the healthy to limit the spread of the disease, which stands in stark opposition to contemporary demands for social networking."