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Jayhawks’ new album takes flight from Americana roots

Band’s tour stopping at Knuckleheads in Kansas City Tuesday, June 28. Gary Louris says Jayhawks have little to do with the alt-country world these days, yet they still wear the label. “Paging Mr. Proust” is a collection of songs that reflect Louris’ many roots and influences, including, here and there, some country and folk accents.

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Terri Wilson talks about the understanding of 'Gender Treason'

Terri Wilson of Kansas City was pleased with the work of artist Ryan Wilks of Kansas City. Wilks unveiled a large painting of Wilson for residents and staff members at the Hope Care Center, celebrating the event with a party. Wilks' painting of Wilson is part of the project “Gender Treason,” which represents various members of the LGBTQIA community in Kansas City. The show opens July 1, 2016, at the Leedy-Voulkos Art Center.
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Terri Wilson talks about the understanding of 'Gender Treason' 2:12

Terri Wilson talks about the understanding of 'Gender Treason'

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