Imagine entering a room full of famous women from the past and present who have inspired world change. Imagine the feeling of awe that would follow. That is the exact atmosphere Lawrence artist John Sebelius, 37, aims to simulate with his upcoming art exhibition, “Powerful Women.”
Forty men’s grass and women’s jingle dress dance contestants from across the country will compete in the Lead Horse Open II, which runs from Tuesday through Thursday this week. The event will also include a forum for Lawrence City Commission candidates.
An upcoming short-form documentary project, “Queen Bee: African American Women Stitching Freedom,” will tell the stories of well-known Lawrence quilter Marla Arna Jackson and her contemporaries.
Brian Daldorph has been teaching writing classes for men incarcerated at the Douglas County jail for two decades, and he recently published a memoir looking back at those years.
The Self Advocate Coalition of Kansas — a statewide organization based in Lawrence for and […]
This edition of the To Do List! spans from July 18-Aug. 1. Some highlights: Calvin Arsenia will play at the Replay Lounge; llamas will strut their stuff at the Douglas County Fair; and dancers will wow at the Lead Horse Open II.
The Lawrence Cultural Arts Commission on Wednesday evening approved a sculptural pavilion planned to sit adjacent to the new Lawrence Police Department headquarters.
The Kaw Valley Kickball League is holding its annual kickball clinic this weekend, but this time, under a new name: Kickball is For All. The event was first held in 2013 as the “Girl on Girl” clinic.