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The Gaslight Tavern operates in north Lawrence, Kansas as a bar and coffeehouse and offers live entertainment on a regular basis. While the interior only offers a capacity of 39, there is an unusually large patio area. The Gaslight has been featured in poetry and fiction. During the era of Folk music, the Gaslight opened the stage to local artists. Later, beat poet George Edward Kimball held 'court' at the Gaslight. George was noted for running for Douglas County sheriff in 1970 and losing the race; however, Phillip Hill was voted in, and removed from his office, as justice of the peace.
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Gaslight Tavern and Coffee House
- Mon: 4:00 pm - 2:00 am
- Sun, Tue - Sat: 1:00 pm - 2:00 am
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