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Community members flocked to Bizarre Bazaar, the annual two-day art market that kicks off the holiday season in Lawrence, as it opened Friday evening at the Lawrence Arts Center.
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If you find an injured animal outdoors this summer, will you know what to do? Watch this episode of Lawrence Times TV to learn from the experts.
This episode of Lawrence Times TV gives a behind-the-scenes look at the Douglas County election headquarters, just hours before they announced the results of Tuesday’s primary election.
Clinton Lake Marina is inviting the public to get out on the water in a new way. On the first Fridays of June, July, August and September, the marina hosts a Float Local Friday party.
Lawrence community members — and many of their four-legged friends — headed downtown Friday for the first annual Mid Summer Night on Mass.
South Park was packed Saturday with people celebrating Juneteenth, a holiday that honors Black history and liberation. This episode of Lawrence Times TV gives a glimpse into the celebration, which united people around community organizations, diverse food vendors, live music and poetry performances and more.
Despite Saturday’s rain, community members — including some potential future firefighters — showed up to see Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical personnel demonstrate how equipment works and more.
Lawrence PRIDE celebrated the first weekend of Pride Month with a downtown parade and block party. As people waved rainbow flags and walked dogs wearing rainbow tutus, the event showed what it can look like when a community comes together for the sake of diversity, love and acceptance.
Did you know Lawrence is filled with hidden treasure? If you want to go find some, it’s time to plan a geocaching adventure.
This weekend, the Busker Festival is filling the streets of downtown Lawrence with breakdancers, firebreathers, hula hoop contortionists and more.
Douglas County Spring Farm Day allowed people to get up close and personal Saturday with the farmers who grow food for the farmers markets, supply meats to local restaurants, process all-natural yarn from animal fur and more.
This episode of Lawrence Times TV gives a glimpse into some of the farms from the event and how local farms are working together to succeed.