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Dead Martin set to entertain your delicious brains

Dead Martin set to entertain your delicious brains

Beginning this Final Friday, Jan. 30, Roxy's Downtown will play host to a new monthly late-night event called "The Dead Martin Variety Hour," a show created and "sort of co-produced" by Don Winsor. Yes, that Don Winsor, the one found in these pages, who has spent a great deal of his life travelling the world as an actor and singer in shows like Mamma Mia and Les Miserables.

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Harvester Arts wants to be your catalyst

Harvester Arts wants to be your catalyst

Chances are good you're soon going to be seeing some pretty sweet things around town under the umbrella of Harvester Arts. We thought you might want to be in the loop.

What is Harvester Arts?

The name Harvester encompasses our mission conceptually: to cultivate dialogue and new work. We are a catalyst for growth in the Wichita art scene.

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Roxy's Downtown to open on Friday

Roxy's Downtown to open on Friday

When Cabaret Oldtown closed earlier this year, details were scarce as to what might come next in the storied venue. The venue, located at 412 1/2 E. Douglas, will re-open this Friday, Nov. 28, with a new lease on life, a new mission and enthusiastic ownership, along a return to the name that's been on the neon sign out back since the 1970s when it began life as a jazz club.

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Murals bring Douglas together

Murals bring Douglas together

The Douglas Design District is increasingly becoming a stop-and-stare corridor of public art. With bold sunflowers glowing in the Donut Whole's parking lot and a satirical, graffiti-style Keeper of the Plains riff on the alley wall of Stor-All Self Storage, it's clear someone is putting time and thought into setting the right mood.

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Abode to reveal Murillo mural

Abode to reveal Murillo mural

Abode Venue promises a traffic-stopper with the unveiling of Steve Murillo's latest public mosaic project and a Final Friday party to match.

Abode owner Bill Jackson, who was inspired to open the venue because of his deep love for music, offered a piece of his poetry to Murillo as his vision for the commission.

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