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  • Joan Barrett

    Joan Barrett
    Follow Joan on Twitter: @KWCH_JBarrett Joan has been in the media business since high school, when she started working part-time at a local radio station in Great Bend and as a sports reporter for her high school newspaper. Her part-time job and hobby...
  • WSU Summer Orchestra brings drama to stage with Carmen, Weber

    WSU Summer Orchestra brings drama to stage with Carmen, Weber
    The Wichita State University Summer Orchestra brings dramatic characters to life at this weekend's concert featuring Tchaikovsky, Weber, Sarasate, and Surinach. The musical ensemble is made up of 60 professional musicians, WSU students and high school...
  • College Hill history part of Wichita's struggle for national status

    College Hill history part of Wichita's struggle for national status
    "We tend to think of 19th century Kansas through the lens of a pioneer, the lens of a cowboy, the lens of the outlaw," says Wichita State University Public History Program Director Jay Price. "You've gotta to forget all of that. You have to look as it...
  • Symphony in the Flint Hills gets a closer look from WSU students

    Symphony in the Flint Hills gets a closer look from WSU students
    One of the Kansas prairie's best known musical events took place this weekend, the Symphony in the Flint Hills. Seven thousand people attended the sold out concert to hear the performances by the Kansas City Symphony. "There's no where else on earth...
  • Former accidental tourist to Chicago now works to bring more people into the Loop

    Former accidental tourist to Chicago now works to bring more people into the Loop
    Life's unexpected detours aren't always a bad thing. Just ask Ty Tabing. The man behind the rebirth of State Street fell in love with Chicago two decades ago when a cross-country road trip gone bad left him stranded in the Windy City for three weeks with...