Musician and author James Greer will be signing copies of his new short-story collection, “Everything Flows,” from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Raven Book Store, 6 E. Seventh St.
Marty Honig had always thrived on stage, but she hated memorizing lines. So when she found local improvisational comedy troupe, Roving Imp, she was hooked. With improv, no longer does she worry about forgetting what to say; the comedic acting style made popular by the television show, “Whose Line is It Anyway,” is completely unscripted.
You don’t have to spend thousands, or even hundreds, to keep up with the Kardashians when it comes to fashion.
Abe & Jake’s Landing will celebrate Independence Day with something truly American: charity.
Some mature health concerns are obvious: osteoporosis, heart problems, loss of hearing, diminished eye sight and weight gain. One problem that doesn’t get much attention until it’s gone is balance.
Extension agent Susan Johnson explains the ins and outs of what should be in your cart.
Gourmet cheeses, healthy noodles and add-ins like bacon and green chiles make the old combination fresh again.
Thinking about cooking for your sweetie on Feb. 14? Why not have some wine with your adorable cheese(iness)?
Extension agent Susan Johnson explains the benefits of this year's activity.
White chocolate may not be actual "chocolate" nor a superstar, but that doesn't mean it isn't tasty.
Weaver's Department Store gift wrapper Susie Huffman demonstrates how to beautifully wrap a box gift.
Personal trainer Laura Webb runs us through a few simple moves one can do in many outdoor settings.
Will Pendleton 20, a soon to be junior in mechanical engineering at Kansas State, talks about a 1949 Allis Chalmers "G" tractor he converted from gas to electric. His family used it on their east Lawrence farm for 25 years before the engine motor broke and lay broken and unusable.
It's really easy to make guacamole roll-ups using local chard leaves. Just guac and roll.
Trainer Zach Hertzel demonstrates three moves for the summer.
Lawrence artist Paul Penny talks about his mother, Addie Penny, and how she helped start Art in the Park, which is turning 50 on Sunday, May 1.
Trainer Chad Richards of North Lawrence's Next Level, explains a three-move circuit workout as personal trainer Matt Scanlon performs the different exercises.
Cami SanRomani, who owns Cami's Cake Co. in downtown Eudora talks about her new adventure and some of the cupcakes she bakes.
Nathan Wellendorf, a personal trainer at Lawrence Athletic Club, demonstrates three full-body exercise moves: Slider Push-Up (chest), Medicine Ball Side-to-Sides (core), Weighted Reverse Slider Lunge with a Calf Raise (legs/calves).
Mark and Brenna Wulfkuhle talk about raising beef cattle.