Terry Rombeck left the News Center in December 2009. Some of his work will continue to appear on a freelance or already written basis.
Four years removed from marketing a controversial board game that drew national headlines, John Sebelius has moved into the world of clothing lines, 2-D, film and sculpture. This summer he released a documentary, “Searching at Sturgis,” and a series of vignettes, “71st Annual Rally.”
EastLake Community Church, a young-but-booming nondenominational congregation has spent this year as a nomadic church, with no permanent home.
John Sebelius has moved on since he created a national stir with a controversial board game. Now the Lawrence artist has released a new documentary and is prepared to leave his youthful mistakes behind.
The relationship between fathers and children is on display during this week's third annual Fatherhood Film Fest at Liberty Hall.
‘The Chaperone’ about silent-film actress who popularized bob hairstyle
Laura Moriarty’s smash-hit novel of the summer began with some casual browsing at a bookstore.
Lawrence-based Angel Road is preparing to cut its second CD, and its members are hoping to expand the group’s outreach in what they consider a Christian ministry.
Annalize Sussman remembers the first time she saw the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. “I thought it was magical,” the Kansas University master’s student says.
Lawrence bluegrass band Deadman Flats reunites with harmonica impresario Brody Buster
When Sarah Young looks to defend her title Friday at the second annual Dueling Divas competition, she’d be happy to relinquish her tiara — if it means the fundraiser’s beneficiary, Theatre Lawrence, gets a big chunk of change for its operating budget. The event takes begins at 6:30 p.m. at Theatre Lawrence, 1501 N.H.
Regan Lehman Pillar hears the complaints and sees the eyes roll. Rosés, for many, are passé.