Lawrence community members of all ages lined Massachusetts Street near South Park Sunday afternoon pushing […]
Two days of Lawrence PRIDE celebrations culminated in a gathering at South Park, a parade down Massachusetts Street and a party at Abe & Jake’s.
Jupiter, Luna, Nova and Orion are the first Mass Street Kitten Academy recruits of 2022. This morning, they got to be the first to try out the academy’s stellar new window display, hosted at Love Garden Sounds.
As the sun descended toward the horizon Tuesday evening, a blue summer sky mixed with clouds in about a thousand shades of white, blue and gold.
Hundreds of community members and representatives of local organizations rallied at South Park on Saturday, urging Kansans to oppose a constitutional amendment that would remove legal protections of abortion in Kansas.
People of all ages participated in the Art Tougeau parade, the Lawrence Arts Center’s celebration of motion, which finally returned Saturday to downtown Lawrence.
Friday night, buskers returned to downtown Lawrence, as did numerous art cars that will be part of the first Art Tougeau parade in years.
The owners of La Estrella, the restaurant and tienda mexicana, held a grand opening Friday to celebrate opening their new, larger Lawrence location.
After a hiatus of more than two years, members of the New Horizons Band of Lawrence played a show Friday at Meadowlark Estates. The band has two more performances coming up.
Massachusetts Street will come to life Saturday with a party ahead of the Kansas Jayhawks facing the Villanova Wildcats in the Final Four. But as the roads were closed in preparation Saturday morning, the street was almost empty.