In historic Lexington, Mo., hope for ...

In historic Lexington, Mo., hope for survival as an art center

There are 5 comments on the The Kansas City Star story from Feb 17, 2013, titled In historic Lexington, Mo., hope for survival as an art center. In it, The Kansas City Star reports that:

The small, historic river town of Lexington recently beat out four other Missouri communities for a two-year assistance package from the University of Missouri Extension to use the arts as a vehicle to spur economic development.

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Denver Leroy

Denver, CO

#1 Mar 20, 2013
Art center? Will there be nudes?

Who comes up with these idiotic ideas? No Walmart Supercenter for Lexington -- folks would rather shop for paintings of hillbilly chicks with eight teats like a sow, at the General Sterling Priceless Art Gallery.
Homeless Philosopher

Denver, CO

#2 Mar 22, 2013
How about a life-size bronze sculpture of a slave strangling his master?

Now that's art fit for Lexington, MO.
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Clinton, MO

#3 Mar 22, 2013
Homeless Philosopher wrote:
How about a life-size bronze sculpture of a slave strangling his master?
Now that's art fit for Lexington, MO.
OR......I would bet someone would do a drawing of the WELLER house, in 3D, then you open up a door and all of this KITTY LITTER falls out! How bout that one, Max??
Homeless Philosopher

Denver, CO

#4 Mar 22, 2013
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<quoted text>OR......I would bet someone would do a drawing of the WELLER house, in 3D, then you open up a door and all of this KITTY LITTER falls out! How bout that one, Max??
I hope you stop by and say hello, once I'm settled into my campsite under the Ike Skelton Bridge in July.
LexMoSuxs

Oak Grove, MO

#5 Mar 23, 2013
Mizzou wasting more good money, shi**y university wasting money the state doesn't have on this dead town. Sad.

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