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!
The small dresses in artist Liza MacKinnon’s exhibition, “A Kansas Childhood,” embody a meaning much larger than their physical size.
Area residents will soon have more options to shop for cheap-but-quality books through the sales […]
Kids of all ages are invited to Deja’s Reading Rainbow Sunday. Deja Brooks, popular Lawrence […]