Dream job: To be happy! I’m a photographer, so maybe something in front of and behind the camera.
These are not the crepes of French street carts, folded in paper and easy to eat while walking. They come on plates piled with creamy, syrupy, cheesy toppings. By Sara Shepherd
"The child was helpless in the fight against the waters."
"I don't want any inspector coming in and telling me I did something wrong."
Traveling theater group recasts show for each performance
The Buran Theatre Company is a traveling theater with a twist. Where a regular touring company casts a show, rehearses, and then takes it on the road, Buran starts from scratch at each location. They'll be performing this weekend at the Inge Theater on the KU campus performing "Nightmares: A Demonstration of the Sublime.”
Sometimes, when a certain song comes on, you don’t know whether to dance or to cry. Pale Hearts aims to give people a little something for both urges.
Bacon: it’s not just for club sandwiches anymore. Putting it in sweet treats, it seems, is now what you might call “a thing” (even Sonic’s doing it). Here are five savory/sweet tastebud trips to be had in Lawrence. By Sara Shepherd
Fashion trends you hate: The only thing I feel kind of awkward with is people in gothic black shirts. I just feel weird around them.
Well, I finally did it: I tried my hand at making croissants. You know what? They’re not that difficult. They’re a little fiddly, but pretty simple overall.
It’s about that time again for Kansas City’s annual fashion spectacle, also known as the West 18th Street Fashion Show.
Sculptor called father of art furniture movement returns to KU for honorary degree
It was around 1960 when a Kansas University sculpture student named Wendell Castle started work on a “strange, hybrid object” that defied established artistic definitions — even if no one else but Castle knew it yet.
Interacting with nature seems a theme of an upcoming reading and book signing event at the Raven, featuring authors Gail Storey and Priscilla Stuckey.
Registration is open for fine artists wishing to participate in this year’s Lawrence ArtWalk, scheduled for Oct. 26 and 27.
The biggest outdoor event in the region takes place next Sunday, May 26, at Union Station, when the Kansas City Symphony’s Celebration at the Station treats audiences to a free performance by the Kansas City Symphony, the United States Air Force Concert/Jazz Band of Mid-America, and Musicorps, a musical rehabilitation program at Walter Reed Hospital for wounded warriors.
Camerasim.com explores the mechanics and functions of a digital single-lens camera in a unique way.
Seven years ago, Scott Indermaur set out to do a weekend-long photo project on spirituality. Now, a book, radio show and museum exhibit later, he's learned more about his fellow man, and himself, than he ever could have imagined. Indermaur is screening a documentary about the project, "Revealed," at Unity Church, 900 Madeline Lane, in his former hometown of Lawrence on Sunday. By Giles Bruce
Fashion trends you hate: I don’t hate. There’s a place for everybody.
Fashion trends you love: I like an eclectic mix of global, flapper, peasant and ranch-hand styles, but any style can be great looking if someone works it and owns it.
To see Benjamin Farmer at work is to know why he named his new coffee shop “Alchemy.” By Sara Shepherd
The Tres Mexicanos menu describes this simply as “Special Mexican Soup.” It’s so special, in fact, that you can only get it on weekends, and not many — if any? — other Mexican restaurants in town serve it. By Sara Shepherd