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Mead’s Corner refocusing on Wichita’s music scene

Mead’s Corner, the downtown coffee shop that operates as an outreach of Wichita’s First United Methodist Church, wants to schedule more local and touring bands. New leadership both at the coffee shop and at the church thinks that supporting the arts – both at Mead’s Corner and at the church proper – is a community service that will in turn lead people to the church.

Keeper of the Plans

Local art for a quarter? Try the Wichita Art Museum

“386,552: Art for Wichita,” is an ongoing exhibition at the Wichita Art Museum that showcases historical work from artists who either lived in Wichita or made art about it, as well as contemporary work. The exhibition is highlighted by “art vending machines,” where, every two weeks, people can buy a new art print from a Wichita artist for 25 cents.

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Teenager takes bottle flipping to new level

Bottle flipping is no big thing to most teenagers nowadays. But Aaron Mah, of Concord, California, tested his skills in a new way. (Julie Mah / The Wichita Eagle)
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Teenager takes bottle flipping to new level 0:35

Teenager takes bottle flipping to new level

Mayberry Lady Panthers sing at City Hall 1:29

Mayberry Lady Panthers sing at City Hall

Christmas miniature doubles as little love story 1:48

Christmas miniature doubles as little love story

Two Wichitans and a diamond ring in New York City 4:36

Two Wichitans and a diamond ring in New York City

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