Don't believe for a second that the quiet, desperate lives of the vapid, cowtown consumer-class isn't the most newsworthy item in all of Kansas City . . . Inasmuch as all of modern media is predicated on selling junk that people don't need.
Accordingly . . .
IN KANSAS CITY MAGAZINE IS BACK WITH A BEVY OF MIDDLING MIDDLE-CLASS CONTENT!!!
Sure, there are a few gems and even some hottie pix worth a peek . . . But we notice their efforts to return to normal despite the plague.
Apparently . . .
Enduring 20-something failed EDM producer barista berate your life choices and personal style is trending once more seyz this upscale mag. Moreover, risking a breakthrough case of COVID is worth it to pay 15 bucks for a cup of coffee and a scone.
Even better . . . Local developer schemes earn the attention of the middle-class from whom all of this garbage was designed.
And because we love snark and sharing worthwhile reads, check their side of the story via www.TonysKansasCity.com news links . . .
It wasn't so long ago that coffee shops were the backgrounds to our lives: meetings and solo work sessions, catch-ups with friends, and caffeinating respites between everything else. And while much of the world has changed, one thing remains the same: Our love for the local café.
The past 40 years have included several big ideas that have changed the face of Kansas City: the 1970s building boom that included Kansas City International Airport, the nation's first adjoining sports stadiums, and H. Roe Bartle Exposition Hall; the passing of a bistate tax to refresh and revive Union Station; construction of the Power...
You decide . . .