Kansas City Crossroads First Friday Comeback Hopes To Forget Killing Of Erin Langhofer

Today MSM hopes to propagate a dangerous myth that COVID killed 1st Friday . . . Sadly, the popular artsy event was dead long before the pandemic. 

What many locals have already forgotten is that an EXCEPTIONAL young woman was killed by errant gunfire that erupted during a fight she had nothing to do with and her tragic death caused so many visitors to abandon the party en masse.

Here's the MSM fantasy . . .

The pandemic kept crowds away in recent years, so Crossroads businesses are excited to have the masses back. The Crossroads Community Association coordinates First Fridays and held their first First Friday of 2022 in April, but the weather drove down the large number of people they typically see. The association predicts attendance will pick back up this month and be back to what it was pre-pandemic.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Crossroads restaurants, businesses ready to welcome back First Fridays

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - First Fridays is a popular Kansas City event that draws thousands of people to the Crossroads Arts District for a night of food, fun and art - and it's finally back in full force. The event is free and stretches all along different art alleys between Baltimore Avenue and Wyandotte Street from 18th Street to Southwest Boulevard.