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A new sushi and Cajun fusion restaurant, Concept 23, is set to open sometime in March on 23rd Street in Lawrence.
Barbecue restaurant Q39 is coming to downtown Lawrence in October, according to a news release from the restaurant Wednesday.
Amber Sellers said she wants to share the power of possibility with her community. That’s what inspired her to plan a film screening and talkback at the library this weekend.
Lawrence and Douglas County leaders are building a roadmap for entrepreneurial growth and doing work toward equitable entrepreneurship.
Haskell Indian Nations University will soon offer a new agriculture business degree program aimed at empowering Native American farmers and ranchers.
A bill aggressively promoted by the Kansas Chamber would forbid municipal bans on plastic straws and the thin, cheap plastic shopping bags often given consumers by stores and restaurants.
Two support organizations, Douglas County CORE and Black:30, on Friday announced their two-year plan to build entrepreneurship in Lawrence and Douglas County.
Panasonic executives involved in construction of the $4 billion electric vehicle battery plant at De Soto said Tuesday the facility would begin production in early 2025 and negotiations continued with Evergy on delivery of electricity to manufacturing space occupying 4.7 million square feet.
Lawrence restaurants are preparing exclusive menus with special features, tastings and pairings. The 10th annual Lawrence Restaurant Week kicks off Thursday.
Lourdes Perez Rojo said her children didn’t ask Santa for any toys for Christmas. Instead, the partial owner of Cielito Lindo said her kids asked for only one thing: their favorite restaurant back.
The Kansas Chamber released a legislative policy agenda Thursday endorsing a proposed single rate state income tax, opposing expansion of Medicaid health coverage to 150,000 low-income Kansans and supporting investment of state tax dollars in private K-12 education.
Ramen Bowls, a downtown Lawrence noodle restaurant, will soon enter its third chapter. It’s set to move into a bigger space next month.
About five months after a destructive fire, a North Lawrence shoe repair shop will temporarily move into a building just outside of downtown in East Lawrence.
Shoppers on Saturday turned out to support 107 diverse art and food vendors during the first Inclusive Holiday Market in Lawrence.