18th & Vine Thriving Despite Gunfire?!?

A couple of fun facts . . .

Taxpayer funding for the 18th & Vine Jazz District has actually endured longer than the jazz age

A bump of more than 5-million bucks was sold as the "last" installment four years ago. There's already upcoming talk of another funding boost for an upcoming November vote.

For now . . . Here's a tough proposition . . . An idea that gunfire shouldn't be a big deal for visitors.

Check-it . . . 

After a shooting at the 18th and Vine District injured one person Sunday night, business owners want to others to know the area is thriving.

You cant change the narrative of things that is going to happen with individuals, said Anita Moore, owner and head chef at Soire Steak & Oyster House. "We are open, we are thriving its businesses down here. We are supporting the community; we are offering jobs to everybody.

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

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