More Lawrence Life
With aspirations to level up from online shoe resales, business partners Anthony Wahquah, 19, and Riley Henley, 20, opened Soled Out LK in October, reaching their goal of owning a shoe store in their hometown of Lawrence by age 21 with time to spare.
The Douglas County Heritage Conservation Council has launched its application cycle for the 2022 Natural and Cultural Grant program.
“For the first time since we began tracking bestsellers, four of the top 10 are current staff picks,” the Raven Book Store writes.
This is not seagulls in a cloudy sky — it’s snow fleas on the snow.
A recent college graduate and a local nonprofit administrator have been named the recipients of this year’s Langston Hughes Creative Writing Awards.
Lanny Genosky is thankful to have a bench in memory of his wife, Rachel, where he can sit and enjoy the view of Lawrence that she loved in Constant Park.
Camille Debreczeny grew up in California surrounded by extended family taking care of each other as part of an interconnected whole. The lead organizer for Justice Matters credits that collectivist culture — and her family’s immigrant background — with drawing her to community work.
This photo of the first quarter moon through the cottonwood tree was taken at sunset when it was due south. Each day at sunset this week, the moon will move a little further to the east until by the end of the week it will rise a little more than an hour before sunset, almost completely round.
Lawrence nonprofit Audio-Reader is celebrating 50 years of service to the blind, visually impaired, and print disabled. Several volunteers were recently recognized for outstanding years of service.