Community members gathered at the Lied Center Saturday to learn about and celebrate Indigenous culture through the 34th annual KU First Nations Student Association powwow.
Every week, a group of women gather to practice aerial arts on 19-foot-tall silks. One of them is 26-year-old Jodi Simeon — described as fearless, despite knowing that her future in Lawrence hinges on random chance.
Although the group of people gathered on top of the Vermont Street parking garage Monday night had a great view of the sunset, they were all waiting for one thing: nightfall.
Henry’s Upstairs and Grounded Coffee hosted the inaugural Eggs & Legs Drag Brunch this Sunday. The fabulous event series’ first installation featured local drag performers, a curated food and drink menu, and lots of laughter.
Community, food, shopping and dancing attracted people from Lawrence and beyond to the Haskell Alumni Association’s powwow on Saturday.
Kansas City-area Cherokee Nation citizens gathered in record-breaking numbers in Lawrence Saturday for the first annual Chief’s picnic since 2019.
Community members bundled up for the Lawrence St. Patrick’s Day Parade on brisk Friday afternoon.
Supporters of keeping neighborhood schools open rallied outside of Lawrence school district offices Tuesday evening ahead of a special school board meeting.
Locals donning beads and masks flooded Massachusetts Street for the annual Mardi Gras parade Tuesday.
Hundreds flocked to the annual accessory exchange hosted by local nonprofit 100 Good Women Sunday at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
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