This isn’t a cute dance move, either.
The restaurant’s last day in business at its current location is Sept. 12. The new space will open on Sept. 15.
Instead of merely buying art at RElove All Things Shabby, you can now go and create some.
Tex Bedford had an out-of-the-ordinary trip to Hatman Jack’s Wichita Hat Works in Delano on Tuesday.
The more than 50-year-old Delano business will close for good no later than Sept. 17.
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A deal for a second tenant for the former Big Dog space could be announced in another month or so.
The store sells new and used movies, video games and collectibles among other things.
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The popular trend of adding nitrogen to coffee is coming to Wichita.
Carmen Whiteaker plans to add dishes from her native El Salvador to the menu.
Wild at Heart and Cricket Alley – and perhaps a few other businesses – will both be on the property at 1820 N. Tyler.
Please, sir, can you spare a pen?
The video production and animation business is trying a new office model in the Old Town space.
Expanded space means a chance for an expanded ministry, Rev. Cathy Holley says.
The Houston-based chain will have almost a dozen Wichita-area stores when the newest one opens in November.
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