Friday, September 30
Calling all aspiring novelists, would-be writers and prepubescent Poes, the Journal-World is encouraging youths to enter its annual Scary Story Contest.
Thursday, September 29
Meredith Moore and Paul DeGeorge have plans for the downtown gallery.
Do you have any fashion influences? My wardrobe is usually dictated by the weather and the occasion.
A Final Friday staple branches out.
Come for the cocktails, stay for the criminal reenactment.
What would you like to see more of in Lawrence? Vegan, gluten-free restaurants and gluten-free beer at bars. Oh, and recycling bins.
Wednesday, September 28
Once the shock had settled in and the treatment plan for her breast cancer ensued, Connie Ehrlich leaned on her family, friends and her art.
See two Chaplin classics and a pair of innovative silent films complete with live accompaniment from the Alloy Orchestra.
Tuesday, September 27
Diversity is the name of the game this year at the Kaw Valley Farm Tour.
Monday, September 26
The idea of hand-me-downs sounds pretty good in this economic climate, no? In theory, yes, but the execution can be tricky.
Sunday, September 25
People usually choose spring and fall to clean up around their house. They wash windows for a better view or rake up leaves to clear the lawn. As a photographer, I clean up year-round.
A few weeks ago, I was reminded of a wonderful resource in our community when I visited the Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility.
Saturday, September 24
The Rev. Peter Luckey and the Rev. Robert Leiste answer.
Thursday, September 22
What would you like to see less of in Lawrence? I honestly like Lawrence and the atmosphere generated by the students and residents living in a college town.
For two decades, Harvest of The Arts has showcased local filmmakers and more than 300 shorts.
What would you like to see more of in Lawrence? I’d like to see more menswear stores — places like Express and Banana Republic.
Wednesday, September 21
Four actors. 60 costumes. Two extremely busy costumiers.
Tuesday, September 20
Turkey legs, beef stew and golden apples abound. Huzzah!
Monday, September 19
Not to ruin your Monday morning, but it’s 98 days until Christmas.
Sunday, September 18
More and more camera manufacturers are incorporating software into their cameras that allow sweeping panoramas to be constructed from a series of shots. Here are some tips to get the most from this new technology.
Kansas Book Festival celebrates its debut next Saturday at the Kansas Historical Society in Topeka.
The change in weather means that striped bark scorpions will be looking for refuge indoors.
Saturday, September 17
The Rev. Tom Brady and the Rev. Nate Rovenstine answer.
Thursday, September 15
Lawrence bands like Dumptruck Butterlips and other artists are using Kickstarter to get off the ground.
A frustratingly difficult sidescroller yields a satisfying sense of accomplishment.
What would you like to see less of in Lawrence? Less homeless people, because that would mean that they now have jobs.
Tell us a secret: If I could wear a suit every day, I would.
Wednesday, September 14
An architectural engineering student during the week, Erika O'Shea becomes Lady Titania, Queen of the Fae every weekend as part of the Kansas City Renaissance Festival.
Tuesday, September 13
In some circles, apple cider is as synonymous with autumn as downed leaves, pumpkins and crisp nights spent watching football.
Monday, September 12
Whether it’s the economy, scheduling issues or simply personal preference, couples are making a trend out of "late" honeymoons.
Sunday, September 11
Salt content and the pH of your soil play major roles in choosing the right compost for your garden, but one thing's for certain — any compost is better than none at all.
Tasked with finding a way to visually connect Lawrence residents with the tragedy in New York, Mike Yoder made a couple of attempts before finding something poignant.
On Sept. 16, 2001, crowds of people streamed into Plymouth Congregational Church looking for answers.
Saturday, September 10
Robert Minor and the Rev. Kent Winters-Hazelton answer.
Friday, September 9
Fundraiser offers a four-course catered meal at a scenic location. Proceeds go to Lawrence Arts Center scholarships.
Thursday, September 8
Do you have any fashion influences? My sister and the clearance rack.
Tell us a Secret: I love all senses of styles, including those with purple hair or Mohawks.
Wednesday, September 7
The Painted Donkey: Art auction and story collection meant to send a message from art lovers to Topeka
Organizers of Thursday's art auction hope to do more than raise money.
Tuesday, September 6
Breakfast for dinner is cheap, easy and feeds a crowd. And it's perfect for days when you need something simple and filling.
Monday, September 5
Changes in the definition of "addiction" by The American Society of Addiction Medicine have categorized it as a brain disorder, instead of a personality or psychological process.
Midwives like Fran Brier are seeing an increase in home births that may signify an increase in acceptance of birth outside the hospital.
Fall is as much about shutting down for the winter as it is about second chances.
Sunday, September 4
A fairy circle occurs when an underground network of fungi spread outwardly from a center point. Mushrooms spring up as the fruiting body of the fungi.
I may have to spend a considerable amount of money, but I’m determined to own a camera that will have everything I will ever need.
Saturday, September 3
The Rev. Shannah McAleer and David Berkowitz answer.
Friday, September 2
If you've been to a regular attendee to shows in Lawrence or Kansas City in the past decade, you've seen work by poster artist Danny J. Gibson.
Thursday, September 1
What are your least favorite fashion trends? Ed Hardy and Tapout Shirts. No grown man should be sporting a bedazzled dragon on his chest.
With a little more than $600,000 left to raise before Sept. 30, Theatre Lawrence is closing in on a new, bigger building.
What would you like to see more of in Lawrence? I really love Lawrence with all it's variety. Now that I know Java Break will serve me biscuits and gravy at 2 a.m., I'm set!