Whom do people say you look like? Eraserhead
What is your spirit animal? A dark alley.
Lee Meisel first fell in love with sausages as a teenager growing up in rural North Dakota. It was in the midst of deer season one year that Meisel scored a job making sausages at a small butcher shop in his hometown of Mandan. There, he learned many of the techniques that he would later use as 715’s resident butcher.
East Ninth Project officials announced the finalists for the project’s two ongoing commissioned opportunities during Wednesday evening’s Citizen Advisory Committee meeting at City Hall. The project’s call for artists attracted plenty of local interest as well as applicants from as far away as New York City and Tuscon, Ariz., she said. By Joanna Hlavacek
For a sandwich modeled after chicken Parmesan that doesn't actually contain any animal protein, Yello Sub's Tempeh Parmesan offers a surprisingly meaty taste and texture.
With no applicants as of yet and a little less than a week to go before the Monday deadline, East Ninth Project officials have a "frustrating" situation on their hands with the project's newly conceived associate artist program, said Porter Arneill, the Lawrence director of arts and culture, on Tuesday. Yet, despite the uncertainty, Arneill said he remains hopeful about the status of the program, which will select at least three local artists to work alongside a panel-selected artist in the East Ninth Project’s commissioned opportunities.
In my relentless pursuit of new entertainment options in the Kansas City area, I recently discovered an entirely new city just across the river from downtown Kansas City, Mo. This little-known municipality, referred to by natives as “North Kansas City,” appears to be a self-sustaining community complete with movie theaters, restaurants, breweries and dentist offices.
Back in the late 1990s, when Danny Pound and David Swenson were just a couple of twentysomething kids tooling around with their guitars and playing offbeat gigs at local venues, Love Garden Sounds was the place to be.
The Lawrence Public Library is once again asking local artists to submit their takes on controversial literature for its annual Banned Book Trading Card series.
The KU professor and filmmaker dishes on his controversial new project with Spike Lee, his favorite movies and one thing every budding screenwriter should know. Principal photography recently wrapped on the new Spike Lee film “Chiraq,” which he co-wrote with the director and stars John Cusack, Samuel L. Jackson and Angela Bassett and will debut in December, in time for awards consideration. By Eric Melin
The Lawrence Arts Center is looking for feedback from the public about this year's Free State Festival.
Band among 8 performing at this weekend's Forever Fest
Lawrence musicians will dive into all sorts of genres, from punk to garage to hip-hop. But if you’re in the mood for doo-wop, there’s only one band that will give it to you.
What is your spirit animal? A tiger. They’re calm, but strong.
Tell us a secret: I’m a pretty decent shot with my shotgun.
These sweet little pouches take their name from the Shinto god Inari, who is believed to have a fondness for fried tofu — the more you know, as they say.
Poet and Lawrence native Nick Givechi will return to his hometown Tuesday for an evening of spoken-word poetry at the Jackpot Music Hall, 943 Massachusetts St.
The story of how Phog Allen's old baby grand piano made its way to the KU chancellor's residence is "a fascinating little nugget of Lawrence history."
Temperatures have been unbearably hot lately (at least from what I hear — I haven’t been outside in days), but anyone willing to brave the heat will find a number of fun activities, concerts and sporting events this week in Kansas City.
A performance by Tony-winning actress Patti LuPone at the Lied Center has been moved to April because of a conflict with her TV filming schedule.
Tell us a secret: I wish I could shave my legs