Kansas City First Friday Comeback Forgets Deadly Crossrosads Gunfire

Tonight the return of a local tradition is earning mainstream accolades and local media demonstrates how quickly they forget tragedies reported in this town.

Moreover . . .

Amid fear of COVID, let's not forget that deadly gunfire also presents a clear and present danger to Kansas City crowds. 

And so we take a quick pause to remember Erin Langhofer who was killed during her Crossroads visit in 2019.

Meanwhile, tonight local news is hyping food trucks and COVID party time for the plebs.

Take a look . . .

KC-area food truck operators hungry for return of First Fridays

The Crossroads Arts District's First Friday will provide a new element to the experience this year. There will be a designated food truck plaza at 1907 Grand Boulevard. Many food truck operators are excited to bounce back after a year of dwindling opportunities.

Local art galleries, artists eager to open doors again for First Friday

First Fridays are officially back this weekend after shutting down for more than a year due to the pandemic. Like many other industries, artists and galleries had to close their doors and find creative ways to stay afloat. Many of them said showcasing art without spectators has not felt the same.

You decide . . .