A "Cops" TV show episode, filmed in Wichita, will air Monday night on Paramount Network (formerly Spike TV). The show follows police officers on ridealongs, showcasing various arrests and other police activity.
The Broadway Autopark, a 44-unit residential complex, opened on April 1. The apartments were built into the former Knightley's Parking Garage at 303 S. Broadway in downtown Wichita. The parking garage has been converted into apartments.
Jim Fleming has started "Sunflower Sessions," a spring series of concerts that will be held on his front porch, which overlooks Central Riverside Park and the Arkansas River. Artists will also be exhibiting works at the outdoor concerts.
The glass tent at Brick + Mortar Event Venue, 229 S. Emporia, is hosting a Final Four watch party this weekend. It was the site of the official KU pep rallies when the NCAA men's basketball tournament was in Wichita earlier this month.
After extensive vandalism three times in the past decade, a commemorative nude sculpture in Wichita's Heritage Square, "Heritage Woman," was reinstalled this month. Officials hope extra security features deter future vandalism.
Injoy Fountain, who attended Wichita East and Collegiate, auditioned for "American Idol" last year wearing a "Wichita Made" T-shirt from Space Station. She didn't make the show, but hopes the clip airs
A bevy of local artists, led by Ellen Crispin, Hallie Linnebur and Meghan Miller, have created Galactic Yawp, a multisensory art experience built into a camper. It costs $5 to enter and it premieres Sunday at Vortex Souvenir.