Lawrence Arts Center announces new CEO

A Lawrence native and Kansas University alumna with experience in financial management and the arts has been named the next CEO of the Lawrence Arts Center. Continue reading

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Red Dog's Dog Days: Summer 2016 weekday sessions

Lawrence High School

6:00am

Lawrence, KS Activities

Constitution Hall tours

Constitution Hall

9:00am – 5:00pm

Lecompton, KS Community

Jurassic Garden at Powell Gardens

Powell Gardens

9:00am – 5:00am

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Boom: American Printmaking 1960-2000

Mulvane Art Museum

10:00am – 4:00pm

Topeka, KS Art

Olympic Games Wednesdays

Watkins Museum of History

10:00am – 12:00pm

Lawrence, KS Activities

Territorial Capital Museum Tours

Territorial Capital Museum

11:00am – 4:00pm

Lecompton, KS Community

Conroy's Trivia

Conroy's Pub

7:00pm – 10:00pm

Lawrence, KS Activities

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Behind the Lens: Pointy boots and point-and-shoots

The secret to good photography is comfortable shoes. I left my cowboy boots in my car and donned soft leather hikers to photograph the Flint Hills Rodeo earlier this June.

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Style Scout: Kyle Reid

Fashion trends you love: Big hoop earrings.

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Style Scout: Casey Keel

What's your spirit animal? A raccoon. They're nocturnal, cute little burglars, and they love food.

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Public Enemy draws crowd of 7,500

Public Enemy “brought the noise” to Lawrence Saturday night in an outdoor concert, closing out this year’s Free State Festival.

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Lawrence native Corinne Brinkerhoff helms CBS whodunnit 'American Gothic'

Corinne Brinkerhoff (Lawrence High School's class of 1998) recently chatted with her hometown newspaper about her new show, American's crime obsession and the '90s cult classic that first sparked her Hollywood dreams as a book-loving teen in the Sunflower State.

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Weekend Guide: Short film screenings; St. John's Mexican Fiesta; Summer Fest; family fun at the Free State Fest; radio field day

Naturally, the Free State Festival dominates this weekend's social scene. We've included a few festival highlights (good things come in small packages, film buffs) that you might've missed, plus arts and crafts in South Park, a "field day" for amateur radio enthusiasts and more.

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Taco Zone files plans to add outdoor seating

If you’re a fan of Taco Zone and eating al fresco, here’s a bit of news that might whet your appetite (get it?) for both. ...

Three graphic novel recommendations (that aren’t 'Saga')

I have a confession to make: I used to be one of those people who looked down their nose at graphic novels and comics and ...

Dispatches from a newly minted book club

While reading is often thought of as a solitary activity, book clubs and reading groups provide a bit of social camaraderie for certain book lovers. ...

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