This week, Robin Wall Kimmerer’s “Braiding Sweetgrass” continues its impressive run by climbing to the No. 1 spot.
Sign up for a hike with Kaw Valley Almanac writer Ken Lassman on National Trails Day, coming up Saturday, June 5!
“This week was bittersweet. We enjoyed our last week with the whole crew together,” Olivia Schwyhart writes.
The beginning of June will mark the 165th anniversary of the Battle of Black Jack, […]
The biggest Raven news this week isn’t what’s on the bestseller list, but rather that we’re reopening the Raven’s original 6 E. Seventh St. location for browsing on June 5!
Recent rains have begun a significant increase in fruiting mushrooms which will only increase as temperatures warm. There are more than 400 mushroom species in Kansas, so keep an eye out for a wide variety of these fungi in coming weeks.
Andromeda’s kittens at 7 weeks old: They’ll be leaving to go to new homes soon, but in the meantime, they’ve finally reached the top of the cat tree.
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.
Hi! Welcome to what will become a regular column highlighting the bestselling books of the week at the Raven Book Store! (Sponsored post)
There’s been lots of publicity about 17-year cicadas in the Northeast U.S. emerging this year, but the local “Kansas” Brood IV emerged in 2015 and won’t reappear again until 2032.