Fresh Produce Art Collective's year-long ascension climaxes with "Tender Loins: The Art of Love, Sex, and Relationships"
Things began a year ago when a small group of young Lawrence artists met at the Hookah House...
I am writing in response to "A Guide to Political Hackery," an interview between Gavon Laessig and Galen Turner that was published in the January 22 print edition of lawrence.com.
Failed relationships fuel Valentines Day art exhibit, embittered romper room
As the poet J. Geils once immortally intoned, "Love stinks." It's this immutable truism that lies at the blackened and oozing heart of The Ex Show. It's a multimedia art exhibit that invites attendees to whimsically wallow in the filth of their own ex-relationships by providing a venue to purge mixtapes and other detritus from former lovers. Throw in activities like "Pin the Tail on the Ex," and organizers hope this interactive invective forum will help purge the soul.
KC favorites It's Over! bring the energy west
After years of being one of the most fun, party-rockin' bands in the area, It's Over is finally putting out an album. "That Girl" captures the KC foursome's country-laced '50s rock and even some of that bombast from in its live performances.
Local rapper Stik Figa is a well-rounded square
Midway through his set at KJHK's Farmer's Ball, Stik Figa experienced every rapper's worst nightmare: his CD skipped. Where a less charismatic rapper might have crumbled, Figa simply went a cappella-and subsequently won the damn thing.
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Our occasional reminder that not all people are bastards
The job sounded simple enough the day the Peace Corps dropped Katherine Carttar off in the highland Mayan town of SololÃ¡, Guatemala. She was to work with a small lending organization that supported hundreds of indigenous farmers and artisans and, if she succeeded, get them fairer prices for their potatoes, carrots, onions, and handmade goods.
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A dead bird as white as fresh lard lay along the sidewalk on Seventh Street...
Some news stories and blogs take a look at Brownback's campaign strategy in Iowa and New Hampshire.