Arts & events
Alia León has had a knack for entrepreneurship since she was around 8 years old. Now 14, she’s encouraging other young folks to participate in the Lawrence Youth Makers Market and inviting the community to come shop.
Members of LOLA — now Lovers of Lawrence Art — have changed the collective’s name to embrace more of the community ahead of their annual LOLA Giant art market.
Talented Jayhawks will stand in the spotlight for a variety of productions, offering “lightness, love and plenty of action,” according to a season announcement.
Raised and influenced by honky-tonks and acoustic bars, Houston-born country folk singer BettySoo is now setting her sights on Lawrence.
The Baldwin family, who have owned a farm in western Douglas County for 100 years, have now opened a pumpkin patch and corn maze that will be open for the month of October.
The Rev It Up Hot Rod Streetfest returned to South Park Saturday with food, live music and plenty of nifty automobiles on display.
Jayhawk fans of all ages gathered on Mass Street Friday night for the inaugural Rock Chalk Block Party.
The Lawrence Arts Center will host several events this week to expand on its three newest exhibitions, which encompass themes of environmentalism, music, cultural representation and more.
Tuesday was not Butch Patrick’s first visit to Lawrence, but it was a special one for “Munsters” fans.
Chris Leiszler is one Lawrencian unaffected by the lack of a Spirit Halloween store this year: crafting costumes in lieu of store-bought ones is his specialty.
Haskell Indian Nations University on Saturday hosted its Welcome Back Powwow, giving students an opportunity to come together for healing and tradition.
Haskell Indian Nations University held its Welcome Back Powwow Saturday night, drawing hundreds for music, food, dancing, culture and tradition.
Community members showed up for art, live music and fun at the Lawrence Art Guild’s Art in the Park, which returned to South Park Saturday and Sunday.
A new statue commemorating an alum’s contributions to the Kansas Memorial Union was unveiled Friday.
Art in the Park has been a Lawrence tradition since 1964, and a premier annual juried art event.
Townie Katlyn Conroy is leaving Lawrence for a new adventure across the pond. Before she moves to England, the musician wants to celebrate her 34th birthday on Sunday, Sept. 25 with a “gigantic show,” and everyone’s welcome.