A series of Lawrence family-favorite holiday happenings will soon return, but in a new location and with new nightlife events added to the lineup.
Thursday’s drag show at Jazzhaus is going to be a special one, according to the host.
Lawrence PRIDE, which recently expanded to become a nonprofit, hosted its Queer Prom Friday evening — ”the prom we always wanted and never got to have,” one event organizer said.
Transformations Charity Gala, the annual drag event that’s raised $150,000 for local nonprofits since 2011, has come to a close. But it went out with a bang.
The upcoming Art + Culture + Crossings public art project will bring sights, sounds, stories, sass and supplies to downtown Lawrence later this month.
The Lawrence St. Patrick’s Day Parade will return in its traditional form this year to heightened anticipation from community and committee members.
Black and Brown performers made history at the Thirsty Thursday “Blackout” drag show, which featured only People of Color, at the Jazzhaus in downtown Lawrence.
With the return of Lawrence PRIDE, MsAmanda Love is excited to feel the love of the community that followed the parade down Massachusetts Street each year, prior to the pandemic.
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