Must be that Midwestern hospitality. The city and state rolled out the red carpet for Hollywood on Saturday, welcoming a crew from the upcoming CBS show "Jericho" with hordes of media, elected officials and expansive crop art made just for them.
'Jericho' promotion to include unveiling of Stan Herd's crop art
Hollywood is officially coming to town. And it's bringing a posse with it.
One by one, they put their memories in print. "I met my fiancee at the Crossing," Jason McDaniels wrote. "Please don't do this," Ted Martin begged. "My first kiss was there."
The lift jerked upward, and suddenly the wild grassland of Pendleton's Country Market grew a bit more distant.
Building that houses bar sold, may become mixed-use development
Kansas University students and professors thirsting for an after-school beer may soon have to look farther down the road.
Members of the American Civil Liberties Union attempted to file an injunction to stop blanket vehicle searches outside of the Wakarusa Music Festival this weekend, saying the police action may have been unconstitutional.
It was a peaceful scene on the ridge overlooking the Wakarusa Sun Up Stage. Dudes in outlandish headgear twisted in rhythm with the folksy tunes of Brothers Past. A couple of flowery girls spun enormous hula-hoops around their hips, staring off at the stage.
City celebrates 100 years of music
Let the summer season begin. Well, the music season, anyway.
Inside the wide halls of Kansas University's Spencer Museum of Art, the vision of Gordon Parks looks out onto the world.
Inaugural Digital Media Online Film Festival honors students, offers hands-on workshops
Inside the dark theater at the Lawrence Arts Center, the movie titles flashed across the screen one after the other.
Family gathers to ensure Maxine Lee's lighting display will go on without her
Tom Lee squinted up at his mother's house, his face silhouetted by the sun's light. There were decorations all over it - strings of dangling lights and plastic angels - but they all needed power to glow.