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The annual Lawrence Farmers’ Market holiday market was a hit yet again Saturday. Lawrencians gathered at the Douglas County Fairgrounds open pavilion to stock up on a variety of goods from more than 40 vendors.
The Lawrence Farmers’ Market’s annual holiday market event will return Saturday to the Douglas County Fairgrounds open pavilion.
Three local arts organizations are collaborating to put on a two-day holiday art market, where shoppers can pop around to multiple events in East Lawrence.
Holiday shoppers will have the opportunity to buy wares shaped, crafted and fashioned by local young entrepreneurs Saturday.
Van Go will kick off its annual Adornment Holiday Art Show and Sale with an opening night event this Saturday to introduce works created by young artists.
Regulators’ opposition could unravel a consensus plan to provide millions of dollars in energy efficiency programs to Evergy’s Kansas customers.
Community members can shop local for holiday goods this weekend at Lawrence Maker’s Market Holiday Pop-Up in downtown Lawrence.
In celebration of Small Business Saturday, the Raven Book Store will host an all-day event that includes five local authors who will be signing their books for fans.
Sally Zogry, director of Downtown Lawrence Inc., is stepping down from the position she has held for nearly a decade.
Lawrence city commissioners on Tuesday deferred an amendment to city code that would have allowed John Brown’s Underground to keep operating — but they want to look at ways to expand the opportunity to other businesses, too.
Kansas women need pay equity and more help with child care, a women’s advocacy group said after compiling feedback from hundreds of women around the state.
John Brown’s Underground, a craft cocktail lounge in downtown Lawrence, has made a creative addition to the local bar scene since it opened in 2014. But a city code designed to limit liquor sales downtown is now threatening the business’s future.
Despite a recent outpouring of public support, Sarah Busse will be closing Archibowls on Monday because the location has been leased to another local restaurant.
Theatre Lawrence has announced Jamie Ulmer as its new executive director. He’s coming from Beatrice, Nebraska, where he served as artistic director of a community production recently featured in an HBO true crime documentary.