In historic Lexington, Mo., hope for survival as an art center
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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#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.
#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.
#3 Mar 22, 2013
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??
#4 Mar 22, 2013
I hope you stop by and say hello, once I'm settled into my campsite under the Ike Skelton Bridge in July.
#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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