Weekend Guide: Free Stoney LaRue concert, Late Night in the Phog, a brewery tour and Star Wars Reads Day
In store this weekend: Wookiees, a country crooner and the official kickoff to basketball season. Also, a glimpse into how beer is made at Free State Brewery's east Lawrence plant.
On the docket this weekend: plenty of down-home fun, from folk tunes to farm tours to chili, cornbread and square dancing. And for the demonic dog or cursed kitty in your life, pet blessings galore!
Weekend Guide: Banned Books Trading Cards unveiling; United Way crafting event; St. John's Oktoberfest; Festival of Cultures; 'Dance Princess Dance'
Among this weekend's highlights: pirouetting princesses, cultural immersion and books — both of the banned and recycled variety.
Weekend Guide: 'Hands on a Hardbody'; Monarch Watch tagging; Dr. Bob Run 5K; 'Mathletic Adventures with Bill James'
Toe-tapping tunes, monarchs (and runners) on the move and a talk with baseball game-changer Bill James top this weekend’s busy social schedule.
This week: fancy eats in the West Bottoms, intriguing plays at the Unicorn and your last chance to check out Christmas lights.
Six weeks after the world’s tallest waterslide was initially scheduled to open to the public, media members and local dignitaries took the first rides Wednesday on the Kansas City, Kansas, attraction.
After three delays, the world’s tallest water slide is scheduled to open this week.
Multi-award-winning Kansas University alumnus and Broadway star Mandy Patinkin has canceled all of his 2014-15 engagements, including a planned March appearance at the Lied Center, the center announced Wednesday.
Steve Campbell is ready to shoot at bevies of wild animals — in downtown Chicago.
The fifth annual Sandbar Block Party will celebrate the beach-themed bar's 24th anniversary and the opening of the new Sandbar Sub Shop location at 745 New Hampshire St. Lawrence-formed indie band Cowboy Indian Bear will perform before the Grammy-nominated The Fabulous Thunderbirds, a Texas-based, blues-rock group formed in 1974. By Nikki Wentling
Members of the KU Men's Glee Club sing in the Kansas State Capitol Rotunda Tuesday, March 10, 2015.
The Lawrence Vintage Players like to entertain audiences of all ages,
Director Shannon Draper talks about Lawrence High School production of "Into The Woods" which will run through Saturday night.
Lawrence resident Zachary Stoltenberg puts a little Christmas spirit in his light display along with a little music.
Lawrence residents mourned the death of singer Michael Jackson on Thursday.
Lee Spence reads off the names of some of the thousands of master film negatives stowed at Underground Vaults & Storage.
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