For the second year, members of the Just Us League — a group of local cosplayers — teamed up with the City of Lawrence to welcome trick-or-treaters to Broken Arrow Park for their Reverse Halloween Parade.
The hordes of the undead made their pilgrimage down Massachusetts Street and back to South Park Thursday night after a pandemic-year hiatus.
Haus of McCoy, the new community hub for queer and trans youth in Lawrence, opened its colorful rooms to the public Wednesday in a celebratory grand opening.
The LowRence Cruisers held their inaugural fundraiser to benefit the Lawrence Schools Foundation on Saturday.
As part of a nationwide movement Saturday, women of Lawrence gathered in support of reproductive rights and in protest of laws that aim to restrict abortions.
A few dozen people gathered Saturday for the rededication of the Wishing Bench in East Lawrence, but thoughts and memories of others who had touched and been touched by the bench filled out the bustling gathering.
St. John’s Oktoberfest, in its 24th year, honored the memory of Goetz Berthold. He died at 92 in November 2020.
The Lawrence Busker Festival returned to downtown Lawrence Friday and Saturday, and the fun will continue through Sunday.
The Rev It Up! Hot Rod Street Festival returned to downtown Lawrence Saturday, and for the first time, it’s partnering with the Sustainability Action Network for the Lawrence Electric Vehicle Showcase.
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.
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