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24 Wichita area restaurants have joined forces to create the first-ever Wichita Restaurant Week. James Williams of Go Wichita shares concept behind the fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Clubs of South-Central Kansas.
President and General Director Parvan Bakardiev previews Wichita Grand Opera's 'gift to the community' - Opera on the Lake, May 18th at Bradley Fair.
Susanne Smith, Division Director - USD 259 Learning Services shares the importance of helping preschool children understand basic math skills. Research indicates that early number system knowledge-basic math skills- may be an even stronger predictor of school achievement than early language and literacy skills.
Kevin Hooper has brought winning professional baseball back to Wichita. As manager of the Wichita Wingnuts, he demonstrates a passion for baseball and leadership that puts him in the growing group of citizens leading our community Bravely Onward.
Justin Rupert jumped on the Go Abroad bus when it stopped in Wichita to find out about an organization that, through a website, shares opportunities for study, travel and service around the world.
A new initiative announced this week by Sesame Workshop seeks to support and encourage children with a parent in jail or prison. Locally, Big Brothers Big Sisters is already at work with mentoring programs for these kids.
The effervescent Bonnie Bing shares with Michele Gors a preview of an upcoming fundraiser. The 9th annual 'Sisterhood of the Divine Makeover Luncheon' is a key event for Dress for Success in its mission to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women.
Creator George Daugherty conducts as the Wichita Symphony Orchestra provides a live musical soundtrack while Warner Bros. cartoons are projected on the big screen. Maestro Daugherty previews a concert for young and old.
Veteran reporter and author Blaine Harden discusses his New York Times bestselling book, the story of a man born in a political prison camp in North Korea who knew nothing of civilized existence until the age of 23 when he escaped.
An idea that began right here in Wichita to raise money and awareness for Special Olympics has spread across the country and around the world. Officer David Nienstedt of the W.P.D. shares the story and plans for this year s Law Enforcement Torch Run.
Larry Raben and Justin Robertson, two of the stars of Music Theatre of Wichita s Betty Blue Eyes give us a preview of the U.S. premiere of this new musical comedy from the creators of HONK!
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