Working with animals, particularly dogs, has been Anthony Barnett’s life in Lawrence for two decades. Now, he wants to start a new venture he hopes will lead to more dog adoptions in Lawrence — a bar.
Here’s the bestseller list for the Raven’s first full week of being open to browsing.
Summer has officially come to Lawrence, as the outdoor aquatic center opened for the season Monday.
Many animals are becoming more nocturnal to beat the heat these days, and with the waxing moon, expect more night activity, so be careful when you drive in the country after dark.
It was a hot, sunny day at South Park, but that didn’t stop hundreds of people from showing up for Lawrence PRIDE. Many attendees told the Times they were there to show love and support — including giving free hugs.
After a muted year in 2020, the Douglas County Fair will return in full force this July. Yes, there will be a llama show. And a demolition derby.
This week’s bestseller list has plenty of new faces, like Casey McQuiston’s eagerly awaited followup to Red White & Royal Blue and Clint Smith’s amazing new history of slavery. By far the fastest seller of the week is the new children’s book from U.S. Rep. Sharice Davids.
Mulberries are ripe, elderberries and blackberries are blooming and wild raspberries are forming. But don’t forget about ticks and chiggers if you are out picking berries!
We’ve watched them grow from tiny floofs who barely opened their eyes into active, playful kittens. Now, Andromeda and her babies are on their way to new homes and new lives.
The Lawrence City Band played for a sea of people seated all over the east side of South Park Wednesday evening.