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Art Openings and a Closing on First Fridays

Whoop Dee Doo curators (l to r): Jaimie Warren, Matt Roche, and Jori Sackin (not pictured, Chloe Schempf.
photo: Laura Spencer/KCUR
Whoop Dee Doo curators (l to r): Jaimie Warren, Matt Roche, and Jori Sackin (not pictured, Chloe Schempf.

It's a first Friday in the Crossroads Arts District when galleries host openings, and restaurants and other businesses stay open late.By Laura Spencer

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Kansas City, MO – It's a first Friday in the Crossroads Arts District when galleries host openings, and restaurants and other businesses stay open late. Tonight, a new space on the Westside, la Esquina, opens to the public...and the 20 year old gallery Society for Contemporary Photography will close, as KCUR's Laura Spencer reports.

LA ESQUINA: Whoop Dee Doo. Grand opening party with multimedia installation/performance by Jaimie Warren, Jori Sackin, Chloe Schempf, and Matt Roche. 7-10 p.m. Feb. 2.

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