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By Doc Davis Did you hear the good news? Calvin’s back and he’s causing


a scene! Yep! Calvin Sanders is back at the old haunts that’s now called “THE SCENE”. He’s bringing the action back to East 40 Highway with bike night being any night it isn’t raining. Live music is on the back patio and for a real special treat just wear one of Calvin’s old t-shirts and it could mean things are less expensive than you thought. This has always been a biker friendly area and now that Calvin


is back it is a prime destination for scooter tramps that take of- fense to fern bars or getting an umbrella from the drink stuck in one of your earrings. This is the place for good ole bar food and drinks that don’t need an explanation, a place where you see people so tough their first tattoo was ruined by circumcision. I thought the guy in front of me had on a cool colored leather


jacket until I realized he was shirtless. The bikes are as diverse as the clientele, some are total show bikes parked next to scooters that have never been waxed. I’m somewhere in between there so I ventured in and found that I had missed the Monday through Friday daytime special of steak and fries for $5.50. On to plan B, he has a lot of other evening specials, but, the


chicken fried chicken or catfish has my attention for $6.50. “The Scene” is packed with people enjoying the drinks, food and at- mosphere. I told you Calvin was causing a scene. Check out the photos of the party that started at “Margarita’s”,


became the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade in Shawnee Mission, and then really got fueled up at “The Scene”. If you can’t see any of the Wide Open crew it’s because they had already hit the floor or were driving the porcelain bus, (not me, but, maybe some of the others). The Scene, 14816 East U.S.40 Highway, Kansas City, Mo. 816-373-1224.


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