Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

Art fairs are in the air

Art lovers, book lovers and fair lovers will be in love with next weekend, when the Wichita Art Museum will have its long-standing Art & Book Fair in a freshly expanded venue, and the Wichita Center for the Arts will throw its second-annual Spring Art Fair of student art.

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Liberty comes home

The 19-foot-tall statue known as Liberty returned to the Soldiers and Sailors Civil War Monument on the south lawn of the Sedgwick County Historic Courthouse on April 27, 2016. The statue was taken down in November 2013 for restoration, and conservationists repaired stress fractures among other things. (video by Jaime Green / The Wichita Eagle)

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Barbecue and a side of blues

Local blues legend Barry Harris, 86, sings Louis Prima's "Three Handed Woman" at Pig In! Pig Out! BBQ, entertaining lunch customers every Friday. (Mike Hutmacher, The Wichita Eagle)

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Contemporary art found in the Kansas Flint Hills

Matt Regier explains why he and his wife moved to a small rural town in Kansas to run a contemporary art gallery.
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Contemporary art found in the Kansas Flint Hills

Liberty comes home 01:25

Liberty comes home

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Barbecue and a side of blues

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