Kansas Book Festival celebrates its debut next Saturday at the Kansas Historical Society in Topeka.
With bands like Lawrence's SUNU and Kansas City's Hearts of Darkness, a truly eclectic genre is beginning to take hold.
Juniper Tangpuz and the students of the Lawrence Arts Center's summer camp program are cardboard cityscape of epic proportions.
History teacher Todd Mildfelt's new book shares Kansas' history of the Underground Railroad with children.
Harry Herrington's on a mission to ride a Harley to every state capital to raise money and awareness for the surviving loved ones of fallen officers.
It’s been a big year for Lawrence artist Aaron Storck and it's only halfway over.
There’s a new music label in town, and they’re called Whatever Forever Tapes.
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.
Theatre Lawrence prepares "Opus," a backstage drama about world class musicians struggling with a lineup change.
The play will be the centerpiece of an entire day of activities celebrating William Inge and his work.