Arts & events
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.
Kansas Public Radio’s holiday jazz concert, featuring the Kansas City Jazz Orchestra, is set for Saturday in Lawrence.
Lawrence Times columnist and social justice educator Cody Charles recently facilitated a virtual discussion with […]
Please join us Saturday at South Park to celebrate the Times! Kerry Altenbernd will speak, and Cody Keith Charles — Ask Cody — will emcee.
After COVID-19 forced the Lawrence City Band to take an unexpected summer off last year, the group is finally able to return to its weekly concert series, the city announced Tuesday.
Here is a list of the Lawrence summer to-dos that are still enrolling. Find your family’s summer fit and sunny happiness.
Vitreous Humor last played together in 1996, but the Topeka-born band has released their album, “Posthumous,” on vinyl today. Thanks to The Pitch for letting the Times republish this article!
The Free State Festival’s lineup of movies, comedy, live music and more — announced this week — will take place in safe, open-air environments.
Todd Poteet graduated from Lawrence High School in 1989 and accomplished what so many dreamers […]
The small dresses in artist Liza MacKinnon’s exhibition, “A Kansas Childhood,” embody a meaning much larger than their physical size.
KU’s Department of Theatre & Dance wants to ensure Katherine Pryor’s legacy and values live on through an endowed student emergency fund that will prioritize helping students from historically oppressed populations, according to the department.
Lawrence High School students share photos and writings from their portfolio class during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Lawrence Humane Society’s Paw Valley Challenge begins Saturday. No team? No problem — all are welcome on Sugar’s team.
The KU Department of Theatre & Dance this week will hold a run of its season finale, “Changemakers,” based on stories of community leaders, activists and frontline workers and reflecting social justice movements.
Van Go invites you to walk, ride, roll or run the Lawrence Loop at your own pace in their May Day Hey Day fundraiser on Saturday.
A University of Kansas School of Music graduate will see part of her dissertation project come to life on Tuesday as part of a virtual double-bill feature through the Lied Center of Kansas.