Community members of all ages gathered Thursday to celebrate a big advancement in early childhood care and services that will be available to Lawrence families.
A community-workshopped production illustrating how birthing people have strived for reproductive justice across time made its debut Wednesday, and audiences have two more opportunities to join in the conversation.
Unionized workers and allies were picketing Thursday morning outside Starbucks, in solidarity with a national movement pushing for better working conditions at the massive corporate coffee chain.
Generations of Lawrencians with connections to the school at 1400 Massachusetts St. — whether as Liberty Memorial High School, a junior high or a middle school — gathered Sunday to celebrate the school’s centennial.
Young local artists, performers and entrepreneurs showcased their talents and creativity during a vending event and open mic for youth ages 12 to 18 Sunday afternoon.
Penguins, superheroes, witches and more hit downtown Lawrence Tuesday to stock up on Halloween candy.
The KU football team has topped No. 6-ranked Oklahoma and improved to 6-2 on the season.
Jayhawk fans headed downtown for the second annual Rock Chalk Block Party on Friday night, one of the final events of KU’s homecoming week.
Haunting Humanities was back this year to frighten, entertain and educate community members during the Halloween season.
Community members from Baldwin City and beyond converged downtown Saturday for the first day of the annual Maple Leaf Festival.
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