Poetry party at the library, March for a Voice at Kansas University, and Schoolboy Q at Liberty Hall.
When my friend Angie asked for a King cake last month, I was happy to oblige. I found an excellent recipe online, made the cake and was immediately addicted. Since my daily carb limit doesn’t include huge portions of cake, I decided to have a go at adapting the recipe to something smaller. Turns out, it lends itself perfectly to cinnamon rolls.
While they’re deserving of their deeply savory and earthy reputation, morel mushrooms — which have a short season in mid-spring in Kansas — are all but impossible to grow yourself. In order to get a basket full, you either have to know how to forage for them or know someone else who does.
Bob Dole at the Dole Institute, Retta at Liberty Hall, and a Bob Dylan birthday bash at the Lawrence Arts Center.
Several Lawrence congregations will gather at 7 tonight for an "Interfaith Vigil For Community, Solidarity and Hope" at the Lawrence Jewish Community Center.
The Wakarusa Trio, comprised of clarinetist Puyin Bai, violist Shokhrukh Sadikov and pianist Kai Yin Crystal Lam, recently won a $4,000 prize at the 68th annual Coleman Chamber Music Competition.
Did you know that the difference between apologizing to your spouse and owning a photograph of Fats Domino is $189?
Last week I wrote about several good choices for Sunday brunch, but it wasn’t until a week later that I discovered what has to be one of the most elegant and atmospheric dining halls in the area.
Since the February 20 announcement that Taryn Blake Miller had signed with London-based Domino Records (offices in Brooklyn), and the rerelease of her debut “Jekyll/Hyde,” her enthusiasm hasn’t wavered.
The perfect eggs Benedict, Lawrence's Earth Day parade, a chance to paws and reflect, and more Monty Python.
Fossil fascination at the KU Natural History Museum, Ayşenur Kolivar at the Lied Center, and "The Future of the University" at Spooner Hall.
Meet Will Dale. Like a lot of men, Will could use some outside help when it comes to picking out his outfits.
According to Terrebonne, a po’ boy is a long sandwich on French bread, typically containing a spicy mayonnaise and fried seafood, but can be made with about anything you can think of. If this description sounds mouth-wateringly delicious to you, then rest assured your taste buds know what’s up.
With all the tulips and daffodils in bloom right now, I think I may load up the Kid on Easter Sunday and teach him how to properly deliver May baskets.
Easter is right around the corner, but don’t worry, there’s still plenty of time for you to find that perfect dress.
Tell us a secret: I was on a museum brochure when I was 4 years old with my dad, and he was wearing a mullet.
What would you like to see more or less of in Lawrence? More cheap but authentic and good-quality tacos. Less stabbings.
If your lawn is filled with tufts of bright-green, waxy, smelly foliage, it may be time to get out the shovel and start digging. Wild onions are invasive plants, spreading year to year both from seed and bulb. A multi-tiered plan of action is the best way to eradicate wild onions.
Asparagus is one of those vegetables where freshness is incredibly important. If you have never eaten asparagus fresh out of the garden, try it. It may convince you to grow some of your own.
Renowned photographer Mark Klett will be speaking on his collection of work at two events at Kansas University this week. The first is a Hallmark Symposium Lecture at the Spencer Museum of Art today.