In the photo at the top of this page, Lawrence author and musician Melvin Litton performs at Kaw Valley Public House. Check out our story about Litton at this link.
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Andromeda’s kittens: At 5 weeks, no pen too high to climb
Andromeda’s kittens at 5 weeks old: They are such good climbers now that they can’t be contained. They escape the pen multiple times a day.
Review: Lucky Seb’s Dumpling Bar and Grill is delicious, welcoming
Lucky Seb’s Dumpling Bar and Grill is a small but hip, unassuming place — until you sample the delicious food.
Kansas band Vitreous Humor – featuring now-Lawrence Public Library director – re-releases album on vinyl
Vitreous Humor last played together in 1996, but the Topeka-born band has released their album, “Posthumous,” on vinyl today. Thanks to The Pitch for letting the Times republish this article!
Free State Festival’s first act will feature ‘The 24th,’ ‘Not So Silent Cinema’ and more
The Free State Festival’s lineup of movies, comedy, live music and more — announced this week — will take place in safe, open-air environments.
Teacher returns to Lawrence roots, helps students create ‘incredible’ art in pandemic
Todd Poteet graduated from Lawrence High School in 1989 and accomplished what so many dreamers […]
Exhibit at library honors women who have made history in Lawrence
The small dresses in artist Liza MacKinnon’s exhibition, “A Kansas Childhood,” embody a meaning much larger than their physical size.
Kaw Valley Almanac for May 3 – May 9, 2021
In area woodlands, black locusts and May apples are blooming as are strawberries, while wild cherry blossoms are winding down.
Andromeda’s kittens: At 4 weeks, growing, learning, and climbing
Andromeda’s kittens at 4 weeks old: Instincts are taking over, and their climbing skills are improving!
A view of Lawrence: Spring flowers come and go
Tulips are on their way out and irises are on their way in, Tom Harper, […]
Kaw Valley Almanac for April 26 – May 2, 2021
Warmer temperatures predicted for this week may end morel season unless we get more rain, which might actually happen.
Andromeda’s kittens: At 3 weeks, a little less wobbly
This week, the kittens got a little more sure-footed with walking around their nursery pen. They are still pretty wobbly.
Herman’s Place celebrates a year serving food to those in need in Lawrence, in memory of namesake
Herman Hall has been gone since 1988, but his memory lives on through the “restaurant […]
Just Food helping those in need with period products, diapers
Not everybody would get excited enough to jump up on top of a pallet of […]
Changes coming soon to Lawrence Public Library Friends & Foundation book sales
Area residents will soon have more options to shop for cheap-but-quality books through the sales […]