The Lawrence St. Patrick’s Day Parade will return in its traditional form this year to heightened anticipation from community and committee members.
In-person appearances by filmmaker John Waters, comedian Cameron Esposito, musicians The Black Creatures and Oscar winner Kevin Willmott are among some of the highlights of Free State Festival’s Act 2.
A KU student’s hip-hop anthology and art installation have inspired another creative outlet for makers. Pass Me the Mic is the third iteration of Naomi Madu’s ode to the birthplace of hip-hop and a reminder of the power in telling one’s own story.
An upcoming production sponsored by Lawrence’s Free State Film Society, “Night of 1,000 Candles,” will incorporate live music and experimental films in a candlelit environment.
The Paper Plains Literary Festival on Thursday announced Angeline Boulley, Sarah Smarsh, and Colson Whitehead as keynote speakers for the inaugural in-person festival, slated for April 8 and 9.
Whether you’re hoping to catch a holiday music performance or looking to explore the connection among art, music and community, a hometown artist and his collaborators have you covered in three upcoming shows.
KU Theatre is preparing for the grand finale of its fall season this Friday: a contemporary play that centers on the story of a transgender woman returning to her childhood home in the American South.
Over the next month, Kansas Suicide Prevention HQ will hold “The Art of Hope,” an art showcase, to wrap with a live auction on Dec. 4.
The short documentary film “Searching for La Yarda” will be screened for a third time soon.
(Updated article) In conjunction with a nationwide movement, Lawrence women are planning a march on Saturday, Oct. 2 to South Park.
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