Wednesday, August 31
The Douglas County Medical Alliance is having its sixth annual fashion benefit Sept. 8 at Van Go, 715 N.J.
A pair of teachers share the inspirations behind their award-winning books.
Tuesday, August 30
Folks walking down Tenth Street these days might be in for a shock.
There’s most certainly an art to tailgating. It’s party planning for the sport enthusiast, to be exact.
Monday, August 29
Live music and the smoky smell of grilled food filled South Park during the 31st annual Kansas State Fiddling and Picking Championships on Sunday
"Harry Potter," "Twilight" and "The Hunger Games" are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the young adult books grownups love too.
Check out a few of fall’s hottest color trends and how I suggest they might be worn.
Sunday, August 28
Mange is nothing to fool with for several reasons.
Celebrate International Kitchen Garden Day by starting your own.
Saturday, August 27
Charles Gruber and the Rev. Jill Jarvis answer.
Friday, August 26
Immigration documentary chronicles a small county in Virginia and the effects of a controversial bill.
Kansas University MFA candidate to be featured in The Fascinators, the inaugural biennial by The Charlotte Street Foundation.
A relaxed atmosphere and friendly competition join with good music this weekend.
Thursday, August 25
The year anniversary of the Final Fridays art walk promises to be the biggest yet.
People say I look like… I’ve been called a Julie Andrews type.
How would you describe your style? Like a product of Woody Allen and Soon Yi Previn’s marriage: disheveled, bookish and Asian.
Wednesday, August 24
After a month of submissions, we're sharing the work of our photographers and the community this Final Friday.
Watch the Lego stop-motion films of Zachary Spears and learn how to make your own.
The artists in this month's Q5 exhibit will be displaying work inspired by Twitter.
An intentionally uncomfortable exhibit from an artist used to pushing boundaries.
Tuesday, August 23
If you're looking to try a new spin on an old standard, remember it all comes down to the ingredients.
Monday, August 22
For most, the phrase “back to school” conjures up images of backpacks, bright yellow buses and new boxes of crayons, but that isn’t the case for all kids.
This project has been a long time coming. I started it at least three years ago, got stumped and left it sitting in a box. I decided it was about time to revisit it.
The science of exclusivity: How Google, Facebook and other services use selective admission to hype products
Soft launches, beta trials and exclusive offers appeal to our instincts — just not the ones you might expect.
Sunday, August 21
Staying true to historical photography practices offers its own challenges.
Despite being bitten multiple times last summer, Mary Lynn Stuart
Thursday, August 18
An idea that started in a memoir writing class bloomed into this collection of stories about Midwest life.
Tell us a secret: I love Bad Girls Club.
Do you have any fashion influences? Johnny Depp — I like his semi-homeless, semi-suave style.
Wednesday, August 17
Rolling Stone chief photographer Baron Wolman is the subject of "Every Picture Tells a Story: The Rolling Stone Years" at the Lawrence Arts Center.
Checking in on Foursquare at university buildings could win students iPads, autographed footballs and more.
Tuesday, August 16
Meet the frying pepper, a dead-ringer for the bell or jalapeño, but sweeter and with less of a kick.
Monday, August 15
KU student Sarah Stern traveled to Rio de Janeiro, where she would act as translator and live in a favela, or Brazilian slum, for three weeks.
Imogene Kilgore has been playing recreational sports for 52 years. Her sister, Mary Jo Elston, has been at it about 40 years.
Sunday, August 14
It's never to early to gird your garden against temperature drops. These hardy plants will produce well into the fall.
Saturday, August 13
Just caught Jakob Dylan doing his Wallflowers, radio overplayed "6th Avenue Heartache," which had the crowd, and even one or two of the photographers in the photo pit, going crazy.
Friday, August 12
Downtown vendors offer their advice on the trends and styles on display when the school year starts.
Thursday, August 11
What are your current favorite fashion trends? Sling bags, long summer dresses and colorful sunglasses.
What are your current favorite fashion trends? Well-tailored American sportswear and Ray-Bans.
Wednesday, August 10
Strong women, fire-breathers, jugglers and all other manner of street performer descend on Lawrence for
From whole wheat bread to apple carrot raisin muffins, we've got all of the recipes from this year's fair.
Tuesday, August 9
Eating local doesn’t have to be a well-meaning drag on your wallet.
Monday, August 8
Evie Bear was stricken when she learned her cockatiel, Eyropia, had contracted heavy metal poisoning.
Regan Lehman Pillar hears the complaints and sees the eyes roll. Rosés, for many, are passé.
The Arts Institute is the Lawrence Arts Center’s new intensive program for middle school and high school students.
In the midst of moving weekend, I saw plenty of chairs and couches near the trash. I wondered, where will these people sit now?
Sunday, August 7
Sometimes gardeners garden without realizing the benefit they provide to others. Valentin and Daniela Vidrascu’s garden, on a quiet street in east Lawrence, is a perfect example.
We're getting reader submissions for the Dear Lawrence project. Here are some tips to make your submitted photos even better.
Saturday, August 6
Faith Forum: What should faithful people make of this summer's natural disasters — floods, tornadoes, heat deaths, etc.?
The Rev. Matt Cox and the Rev. Gary O'Flannagan answer.
Thursday, August 4
People say I look like: Trouble.
The movie, “Busking the System,” is making its way across the country with a three-day stop in downtown Lawrence, not coincidentally during the Lawrence Busker Festival.
Do you have any piercings or tattoos? A few facial scars that will just have to do.
Wednesday, August 3
If handmade seems like a quaint idea bordering on kitschy in this day-and-age of Amazon.com and the online outlet store, you clearly haven’t been to Made.
Tuesday, August 2
We're doing some under the hood changes over here at lawrence.com and you're going to start seeing progress here today.
Kombucha is rocketing in popularity because of both its health benefits and its unique sweet-yet-sour fizzy flavor.
Monday, August 1
Two weeks ago a handful of Lawrence air guitar lovers made the trip to Chicago to cheer on their friend and competitor. Here's what happened.
Despite his greater love for writing historical novels and short stories, last March, Tom Mach had an idea to assemble a collection of poems from other authors to highlight the talent he knew resided in Kansas.
Grilling pizza is a win-win-win for pie lovers all around.