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9 drink wonders of Lawrence

A list of the city's most iconic beverages

Earlier this year, the Journal-World assembled a list of the top 10 wonders of the Lawrence food world. Why not do it again with beverages?

Sipping up some summer drinks

With porches and outdoor bar seating calling out our names as happy hour approaches, it’s time to embrace the season with a light, refreshing, fruity, creamy, or frothy cocktail in hand.

Indian tacos raise money, fill bellies at church's monthly sale

Monthly Indian taco sales have been a tradition for more than 30 years at the Lawrence Indian United Methodist Church. Not only do they help the church raise needed funds, they give locals a chance to indulge in an Indian specialty rarely found on restaurant menus. By Sara Shepherd

Off the Beaten Plate: Chicken Biryani at Cosmos Indian Store & Cafe

Chicken biryani at Cosmos Indian Store & Cafe

New Ramen Bowls awakens Lawrence noodle craze

With about a month and half under its belt, Ramen Bowls, 125 E. 10th St., has catered to Lawrence’s obvious hunger for Japanese ramen and Hawaiian-Pacific eats.

More wineries, more elbow room expected for this year's Winesong at Riverfest

Organizers learned two big lessons after turning hundreds away from the inaugural Winesong at Riverfest wine tasting event in De Soto. People — a lot of people, it turns out — are interested in trying Kansas wine. And, in order to better accommodate them, this year's event would need some major tweaking.

Sorority alumnae club plans wine tasting to help Van Go

An upcoming wine tasting and hors d’oeuvres fundraiser planned by Lawrence’s Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club will benefit Van Go Inc.

Lawrence named one of 9 best small towns for dining out

Grab a fork, Lawrence residents. You’re living in one of the nine best small towns in America for dining out, according to a national food website.

Kansans still opening eateries, despite economy

A sour economy hasn’t stopped Jerry Beier and other Kansans from getting into the restaurant business.

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Green on the vine

Kansas vineyards feature organic elements

Dennis and Cindy Reynolds own one of the only organic vineyard and wineries in Kansas.

Eating program designed to help nonprofits

Social service agencies are finding it difficult to get relief in tough economic times.