“The City Play Corps, a nonprofit organization that promotes the practice of true play for kids, has opened up a temporary storefront dedicated to letting kids be kids by making their own fun,” the group writes in this announcement.
A beloved Lawrence tradition will return Friday after taking 2020 off + more opportunities to see Santa
Jungle House owners Jhami and Rachel Guffey hope that when customers walk into their new pop-up shop in downtown Lawrence, they experience “over-the-top holiday magic.”
Ngaio, the 13-year-old resident bookstore cat at the Raven, greeted and accompanied customers for 10 years. She has now retired to a quieter life at a bookseller’s home.
It’s a jungle inside the window front of Wild Man Vintage, complete with live cats on the weekends. And courtesy of some creative middle school students, their domain includes a climbable tree, too.
Last summer, the city of Lawrence started implementing temporary parklets to expand outdoor seating for businesses during COVID-19. Now those parklets might be around for a while longer.
“Featuring vegetarian curries, South Indian dishes and an expected array of South Asian cuisine, Globe aims to offer both new experiences and well-known dishes,” Elwood Schaad writes in this review of Globe Indian Food.
The Downtown Lawrence Sidewalk Sale returned Thursday, postponed from its usual scorching summer date to nearly fall.
The Raven Book Store has moved into its bigger, brighter, and more accessible new location at 809 Massachusetts St.
The Downtown Master Plan Steering Committee gave unanimous approval Thursday evening to a final version of the proposed plan to govern downtown development after making a series of tweaks to the proposal on topics including historic preservation, homelessness and inclusion.
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