Horses and their riders will return to the streets of downtown Lawrence Saturday for the 29th annual Old-Fashioned Lawrence Christmas Parade.
Sally Zogry, director of Downtown Lawrence Inc., is stepping down from the position she has held for nearly a decade.
On Halloween night, Lawrence families showed off their cute, creepy, and creative costumes during downtown trick-or-treating. The event was held from 5 p.m. until all the candy ran out.
Despite a recent outpouring of public support, Sarah Busse will be closing Archibowls on Monday because the location has been leased to another local restaurant.
The Kansas Jayhawks football team is 5-0, ranked 19th in the AP poll and angling for its first postseason bowl game appearance since 2008. And the team’s surprising success on the field is rippling through the community.
Come rain or shine, Downtown Lawrence businesses were ready to welcome the community Saturday morning for the annual Sidewalk Sale.
Following a comfortably warm reception last year of a Sidewalk Sale on a September day, slightly cooler than the usual scorching heat of peak summer in Lawrence, this year’s event is set for this Saturday.
Succeeding in the restaurant business can challenge even the most seasoned entrepreneur. Kyle Clemons, owner of Gold Medal BBQ, recognizes the importance of community in ushering his restaurant through its first year in a downtown Lawrence brick-and-mortar building.
What’s in a name? Though it’s been rebranded as the Summer Sale, the event formerly called the Sidewalk Sale will return to downtown Lawrence Thursday.
Following what will surely be remembered as one of the greatest comebacks in NCAA history, 70,000 KU fans flooded Massachusetts Street late Monday night into the early hours of Tuesday morning, according to an estimate from law enforcement.
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