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News: Tanner Lenart Recognized for Liqour Licensing Art Exhibit
Tanner Lenart and Adam Bateman's upcoming collection will celebrate House Bill 456 which does away with the signage requirements of 2017's House Bill 442 which required establishments to post signage declaring the liquor licensing status of the establishment.  Against all odds, booze and food enthusiasts have somehow survived without the 8 1/2-by-11-inch guides for the past six months or so, using their context clues to deduce which establishments are bars and which are restaurants. "Liquor lawyer" Tanner Lenart and local artist Adam Bateman have collected a bunch of the anthropological relics, and are using them as a launching pad for an exhibit at Nox Contemporary Gallery. No word yet on whether there will be booze on-hand—if only there were a way to know what kind of license the gallery has.
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