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It takes a village: Concert for a Child

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Hear world-renown (and Topeka native) fingerstyle guitarist Andy McKee live in concert Friday, August 26 at Topeka Performing Arts Center. “Concert for a Child” is a benefit for Capper Foundation and this August marks the second year for the event. Building on last year, McKee will be joined with two other phenomenal musicians and funds will benefit Topeka Performing Arts Center, in...

Lunch with Anna p.s.

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A warm Wednesday afternoon on the Wheel Barrow patio. We talked a while before I could get my audio recorder to work on my phone. I said I was fine sitting outside but was definitely starting to sweat and she’s sitting across from me cool as a cucumber. As an avid cyclist Anna love to be outside. By avid cyclist, I mean she road 24 consecutive days until she got sick. Completing 700 of the little...

Underground

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IT’S BIGGER THAN MUSIC; IT’S RESTORATION Throughout the aggressively irritating pandemic, a lot of local businesses have unfortunately had to close shop. However, things have continued to be on the upswing for a certain artistic entrepreneur. Denton Kahler, 35, is the founder and CEO of Underground Instrument Repair, a company that can fix your or your child’s broken instrument in a...

ART THAT MOVES (on four wheels)

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photo by Suki Blakley For the past 48 hours, artist Jenny Meyer-McCall has been creating a unique work of art on a neutral vinyl wrapped 2022 BMW i4. The art piece which can literally move, will be parked this weekend (June 4 + 5, 2022) for public display during the Mulvane Mulvane Art Fair. The painting of the car was a live event and staged in partnership with Aristocrat Motors Topeka. (from...

Something to Talk About: Celebrating 25 years of the Kansas Silent Film Festival

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Part 1: The Announcement February 24 – 26, 2022, marks the 25th anniversary of the Kansas Silent Film Festival. Silent film fans and those eager to explore the grand silent film era before the talkies took over Tinseltown will have opportunities galore February 24 – 26 in Topeka to immerse themselves in the field. The films range anywhere between nine and 101 minutes in length and cover an...

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