Thursday, March 31
What would you like to see less of in Lawrence? Pretentious people.
Tell us a Secret: I love working with my son so much — I work for free!
University Theatre tackles its first Bertholt Brecht play in more than 20 years with "Man Equals Man."
Wednesday, March 30
Kaw Valley Soccer Association fundraiser features pick-up soccer documentary.
Relatives abound in the cast of "The Music Man."
Tuesday, March 29
Pizza and beer have been together for many a competition — every night is game night somewhere.
With a solid campaign and addicting multiplayer, Crysis 2 isn't just a treat for the eyes. If you are a fan of shooters in the least, you owe it to yourself to experience all that Crysis 2 has to offer.
The Downtown Lawrence Farmers' Market opens April 9, making it the perfect time to try out unfamiliar greens.
Monday, March 28
There's little redeeming about this low-budget gameplay in a full-priced package.
According to a February Association for Pet Obesity Prevention study, about 53 percent of cats and 55 percent of dogs were overweight.
The pursuit of an entertaining night out with friends in Lawrence is anything but trivial.
I have managed to collect a number of 5-inch charm squares. I don’t know why they are called charm squares, but I find a lot of the patterns I have charming. So I came up with a quick patchwork project to put them to use.
Sunday, March 27
Thousand Cankers is making its way into Kansas. Jennifer Smith gives tips to avoid it.
Sideline photography is its own contact sport.
Saturday, March 26
From "National Velvet" to "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," Eric Melin collects Elizabeth Taylor's best performances.
The Rev. Shaun LePage and the Rev. Joanna Harader answer.
Precautions to take in case your pet goes missing.
Friday, March 25
Let's chew up the competition: NCAA Tournament eats based on each team KU faces during March Madness
For each game the Jayhawks play in the tournament, we’ll be posting a recipes inspired by the team Kansas is playing. On deck? The University of Illinois.
KU Environs and Chipotle bring food documentary to Liberty Hall.
Thursday, March 24
Lawrence artist's exhibit focuses on the idea of "the other" in "Them," at the Invisible Hand Gallery.
People Say I look like… Nothing that still seems legit when they are sober.
Tell us a secret: Rihanna and I have been dating for almost a year now.
Local jewelry maker Jenny Brown will be presenting her work at The Phoenix Gallery’s new location, 825 Mass St., this upcoming Final Friday.
For Nick Schmiedeler, his art has blossomed, almost literally out of his home’s lawn.
Tuesday, March 22
Paper products for the people: "Build this Cardboard Thing" includes hands-on workshop and a show by Kansas City's Juniper Tangpuz
Cardboard isn’t just for boxes.
Sneak in a bit of education along with a plate-load of fun by getting children cooking during their time at home.
Monday, March 21
If you like sword-and-sorcery Western RPGs, this is most likely a game you’ll enjoy and put dozens of hours into.
The boys of summer are back in an edition that features enough technical improvements to warrant playing.
A survey by Pew Research Center reports that four in 10 American adults have at least one step relative. The pervasive presence of step relatives has reshaped the framework of the American family.
Sunday, March 20
The Kansas City Hip Hop Academy and the Lawrence Arts Center bring "Hip Hop Happening" to downtown just in time for spring break.
If you're going to hire someone else to maintain your lawn, ask these questions first.
Shooting the tournament requires more gear than a standard assignment. A lot more.
Honing the lost art of bladder control.
Saturday, March 19
Not a Kansas basketball fan (or just rooting for another team)? Here's your rundown of all the non-basketball action in Lawrence during KU's March Madness games.
The arts center readies its largest fundraising effort of the year with more than 150 pieces from local artists.
The Rev. Josh Longbottom of Plymouth Congregational Church and the Rev. Shannah McAleer of Unity Church of Lawrence respond.
Friday, March 18
In honor of the ReyKawvik UFO Summit, Scene-stealers.com's Eric Melin names the best first contact movies.
Thursday, March 17
Tell us a secret: I subscribe to both Papa Murphy and Degrassi text messages.
Do you have any piercings or tattoos? Yes and yes, both to my mother’s chagrin.
Wednesday, March 16
Can't make it to the Lawrence St. Patrick's Day Parade this year? LJWorld.com and lawrence.com have the next best thing!
Celtic singer Ashley Davis talks about her influences, misconceptions about Irish music and the meaning of "diddley-aye."
Tuesday, March 15
Sony's prettiest shooter gains Move support and 3D support, but is it enough?
Skip the green beer in favor of some quality greens that are filling and could lead to less to pinch, in the long run.
Monday, March 14
This cake, of course, is inspired by all things Jayhawk.
Lawrence classrooms aren’t all about textbooks, lectures and worksheets. A few teachers around town keep a different type of learning tool: animals.
When Tracy Resseguie commissioned Washburn University history lecturer and lyricist Charles Anthony Silvestri to write a song about his great-grandfather, he had no idea that would lead to an accidental homecoming and a once-in-a-lifetime performance.
Sunday, March 13
With so much recent emphasis on local, you might think the Growing Lawrence website and print directory are something new. Our Lawrence area farmers were ahead of their time, though, having created their own farm guide in the late 1980s.
Whether you're a professional or an amateur photographer, chances are if you've been shooting for awhile, you've plenty of old photos cluttering your home or workspace. Here's how to archive them and cut down the clutter.
Saturday, March 12
The Rev. Thad Holcombe of the ECM and KU student Jeff Miller answer.
Friday, March 11
Lawrence resident Daniel Lauing brings together UFOlogists from around the country to discuss the existence and repercussions of extraterrestrial life.
Nineteen poets from Alaska to Virginia and many states in between travel to Lawrence this weekend to attend the inaugural Poet Laureati: A National Convergence of State Poets Laureati.
Thursday, March 10
With the music portion of South By Southwest starting on Tuesday, here's four Lawrence bands worth watching.
How would you describe your style? "It changes from day to day. I’m an emotional dresser."
Wednesday, March 9
Hero has been at the Lawrence Humane Society for close to a year.
Tell us a secret: "I collect yarn art."
The St. Patrick Day events in Lawrence extend beyond the parade. Here's our list of events to get you ready for the 17th.
Tuesday, March 8
No Saturday night plans? Consider having a meal to help hundreds in need.
Parsnips might seem like unpopular carrot impostors, but long ago they were prized for their rare sweetness.
Monday, March 7
You had the facts and you voted. Here are the Best of Lawrence 2011 Winners.
Readers pick Lawrence's best food and drink options.
Every day, Mary Ann Frevert commutes about 10 feet to her office.
Readers picked the best of Lawrence in local business and retail.
Readers picked the Best of Lawrence in entertainment.
Sunday, March 6
Jim Russo stumbled upon a collection of presidential transparency slides he thought were reproductions. As it turns out, they're the real thing.
Avoid backaches, sore joints and other gardening-related maladies with a few preemptive stretches.
Saturday, March 5
Brandon Ripley's new art exhibit at the Mirth Cafe turns notes into color.
The Rev. Rob Baldwin of Trinity Episcopal and Doug Heacock of Lawrence Free Methodist answer about how they are observing Lent.
Friday, March 4
Steve Nowak’s new “office” is a 126-year-old former bank with stained-glass windows, intricately carved wooden window sills and brass door hinges. As the new director of the Douglas County Historical Society, Nowak is tasked with encouraging others to visit that office, the Watkins Community Museum of History, and the artifacts it holds.
With the future of the Kansas Arts Commission in question, work on the Lumberyard Arts Center remains on track.
Thursday, March 3
Tell us a secret: I wear clip-on ties.
People say I look like… Anyone who is a red-head!
Celebrate Fat Tuesday with a pair of Mardi Gras-themed events.
Wednesday, March 2
Short film festival celebrates women with proceeds going to GaDuGi SafeCenter and the Breast Cancer Fund.
Kill with skill in this violent, vulgar adventure from People Can Fly.
Tuesday, March 1
Hosting a big meal doesn't have to leave you, well, cooked.