Dennis Quaid stars in “A Dog’s Purpose,” which Bill Warren initially refused to play at his Warren Theatres but now plans to open on Friday.
Dennis Quaid stars in “A Dog’s Purpose,” which Bill Warren initially refused to play at his Warren Theatres but now plans to open on Friday. Courtesy photo
Dennis Quaid stars in “A Dog’s Purpose,” which Bill Warren initially refused to play at his Warren Theatres but now plans to open on Friday. Courtesy photo
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  • Ol' Crow Tattoo to move downtown

    Ol' Crow Tattoo owners Ryan Gould, left, and Tom Seifert discuss their upcoming move to 410 N. Washington downtown. Currently, the shop is at 1927 S. West St. Carrie Rengers/The Wichita Eagle