For this piece, LarryvilleLife reached out to six friends in local bands to see how they are feeling about returning to the stage this summer. A few of them have recent shows under their belts and a few are poised to re-emerge in the coming weeks and months. Here’s what they had to say.
“This year, perhaps more than any other, many of us are seeking a connection to the natural world and the beauty and serenity it provides,” Douglas County Extension Master Gardeners write. The group hopes to provide beauty and inspiration with its New Beginnings Garden Tour.
“What does it look like if you believe Black trans folks the first time? Why do you need to be convinced that anti-Black racism and transphobia exist?” Cody writes.
“I strongly believe that the mission of the Lawrence Cultural Arts Commission should not be tied to tourism dollars,” Marlo Angell writes.
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“A raging pandemic that turned moviegoing into one of the supposedly more dangerous activities really cramped my style,” LarryvilleLife writes.
“Drawing upon its rich tradition of volunteerism and civic engagement, the Islamic community of Lawrence stands ready to work with its neighbors to make positive contributions to the development of Lawrence and to world peace,” Syed Jamal writes.
“When I answer questions, I attempt to center the most marginalized people — that way the answer applies to everyone, not just white folks,” Cody writes.
“We as businesses, having access to resources and network connections, must do our part to reach a collective solution to the rapid increase in mental illness,” Nate Morsches writes.