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Arts Roundup Friday, November 14


A sculptor uses tattooing and real pig skin in her new exhibit, a Kansas City record label signs a San Diego experimental rock band, and Kansas City author reads from his new novel that deals with the history of abortion.By Steve Walker and Sara Lerner

Kansas City, MO – Artist Renee LaFerriere uses sculpture, tattooing, and real pig skin in her new exhibit at the Byron Cohen Gallery. Also, Kansas City record label Second Nature signs the band, Ilya, who get comparisons to Bjork and Portishead, and Kansas City author James McKinley reads from his new novel, A Woman In the River: A Tale of Abortion, Friday night at Bloomsday Books.

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