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To commemorate Juneteenth, Black communities celebrate by having parades, going to festivals, hosting barbecues, and coming together in fellowship and prayer. Unlike July 4th where hot dog and hamburger is the customary food, of course, there’s a more cultural selection of food for Juneteenth. 

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James Arbertha and the POWER Community Development Corporation purchased the historic Dunbar Theatre near 9th and Cleveland 2007 with the goal of reviving the facility that had once been an entertainment hub of Wichita’s African-American community. It appears the reopening of the facility, w…

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The City of Wichita Parks and Recreation Department will open their 2021 swim season on May 31 with six new and uniquely different state-of-the-art pools. For Wichita’s near-northeast community, the opening of the new McAfee Pool in McAdams Park is particularly special.

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Wichita Public Schools said Friday that all students in the system are eligible to receive free meals through December, due to the U.S. Department of Agriculture is expanding its Summer Food Service Program.All children ages 1 – 18, whether eating onsite or through the MySchool Remote distri…