Arts & Culture

August 31, 2012 5:00 AM

‘Lion King’ is a show of wonder

When I was asked to travel to St. Louis to do a series of stories on Disney’s “The Lion King” in advance of its Wichita run, I was excited, partially because I had visions of eating toasted ravioli on The Hill.

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