Today in Lawrence: Rain today; ECM Forum on basketball and religion
For Kansas University alumna Corine Wegener, saving the arts has a literal application in her profession as a cultural heritage preservation officer. A modern-day “monuments woman,” Wegener travels into war-torn countries, and much like the Monuments Men who traveled to Europe to recover Nazi stolen art, she helps museum staff reclaim and protect cultural treasures.
Today in Lawrence: It's a night of beautiful music with the KU Symphony Orchestra and the Tuesday Concert Series at the Lawrence Arts Center.
Today in Lawrence: Great weather, author reading, Interpol plays at Granada
Firefighters are investigating a suspicious fire in southeast Lawrence on Sunday morning.
In the 35-year span of his work on display at the Lawrence Arts Center, David Vertačnik’s inspiration hasn’t always been local to Lawrence, but it’s always been local to him. By Sara Shepherd
In case you haven’t heard, the World Series is coming to Kansas City next weekend. No, I’m not talking about Royals baseball. I’m talking about the World Series of Barbecue, the American Royal-hosted event that features a whopping 550 teams and a $50,000 prize.
This year’s National Collegiate Book Collecting Contest first-place winner is a Kansas University student.
A reading this week at Kansas University will feature a poet whose work tells stories of alien abductions, vampiric soap operas and Kennedy-assassination conspiracy theories.
In September, Tegan and Sara celebrated the 10-year anniversary of their fourth album and commercial breakthrough, “So Jealous.” Before Tegan and Sara share the Liberty Hall stage on Wednesday, Tegan shares her thoughts on the major changes they've witnessed in the past decade,
Today in Lawrence: Celebrate Final Friday; rally for KU's Homecoming; take in a '50s cult classic at Cinema A Go-Go; wrap up the book sale
Today in Lawrence: Brown bag seminar on fracking; catfish fry; library book sale starts
Opening your home to visiting family and friends is a hospitable gesture that saves your guests the expense of staying at a hotel. But ensuring the space you provide guests is welcoming, comfortable and convenient takes forethought and little bit of effort.
An omelet in name and shape only — there's no eggs, only hash browns.
Skip the morning orange juice for a specialty creation of your own using fruits, vegetables and herbs. Tweak some classic cocktails with seasonal fare straight from the garden. Make your own juices, mocktails and cocktails with some help from a local juicer and local bartenders who serve garden drinks at their own businesses.
Fashion trends you hate: I don’t always like the super-slim-fit cut suits. Sometimes you have grown men looking like little kids in them.
Tattoos or piercings: I have a tattoo of a woman’s head who I have named Lady Jane.
Risotto is my therapy, the ultimate antidote to a bad day at the office.
Fall is the perfect time to check off several items on your home maintenance list.
Even the most dedicated gardeners need a break from the garden once in awhile, and the upcoming Kaw Valley Farm Tour offers the perfect opportunity to see what else is growing in the area.