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When Kansas City singer/songwriter Phillip Bradley was chosen to appear in a documentary about buskers who perform on the streets and subway platforms of New York City, he didn’t know what to expect. He headed to Manhattan, slept on a friend’s couch and took his music to the people of New York while a film […]

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Adam Jeffers is convinced that what Lawrence needs — whether the town knows it or not — are regular, free screenings of cheesy ’80s horror flicks remixed and edited down to their basest essentials and shown in a bar. “There’s absolutely a fanbase for this kind of thing and I’m sure that a good part […]

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