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For those with an empire state of mind, yet another New-York style pizzeria has hit Lawrence.
Ask Shannon and Tonya Clark how they came to have 11 children, and their short answer is: “Because every kid deserves a home.” The latest installment in their longer story happened Friday, when two little girls the Lawrence couple had been fostering for more than a year formally became their daughters. By Sara Shepherd
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.
For those of us who hate having to run errands all over town, one-stop shop Cindy’s Simple Life is our new lifeline right off Mass Street.
Saffees store, 911 Massachusetts St., offers personal shopping sessions that help women feel good about shopping to fit their body type.
Kufta Kabob at Mediterranean Market and Cafe.
When the maple leaves turn a bright orange, Baldwin City residents know it’s time to welcome some 40,000 visitors in search of crafts, turkey legs, music, a quilt show, a parade and other family-friendly events that have made the annual Maple Leaf Festival the biggest event of its kind in northeast Kansas.
The Bengali Community of Lawrence is promising a fusion of culture, arts and fun at its annual fall festival — the Midwest Sarbojonin Durga Puja — this weekend.
Next week, this year’s Simons Public Humanities Fellow will give a talk on the cross-state trek that, as he puts it, “transformed him from a dyed-in-the-wool denizen of the East Coast into a most unlikely Kansan.”
Lawrence is home to two photo studios that offer pinup portraits, and photographers say the style’s feminine vintage fashions and playful posing result in both a fun experience and finished products that look sexy without being sleazy.
The Baldwin Maple Leaf Festival kicked off on Saturday in Baldwin City with more than 30 venders and an expected 30,000 people for the weekend event.
Hundreds of motorcycles descended on Paradise Point at Perry Lake for the 37th annual ABATE motorcycle rally.
Truebud BBQ team members talk about cooking 'cue. The team has been traveling to barbecue competitions nearly every weekend since February, which — coupled with their meticulously smoked and seasoned meat — has helped propel them to the top 10 in the Kansas City Barbeque Society's Team of the Year points chase standings.
The University of Kansas Medical Center held a press conference at the Roberts E. Hemenway Life Sciences Invocation Center to announce the National Cancer Center designation.
McLouth resident Sherry Leftwich enjoys artwork and says it helps with her Parkinson's disease.
Ruth Perry, who celebrates her 100th birthday Jan. 19, recalls her earliest memory and her first teaching job in isolated northwest Wyoming more than 80 years ago.
Lawrence couple Tyler and Dana Cummins introduce their first child, Claire Jamison Cummins. Claire, born at 6:23 a.m. at Lawrence Memorial Hospital on Jan. 1, was the first baby born at the hospital in 2012. The couple says earning that distinction has been a fun experience that's only added to their excitement.
Doug Compton, president of First Management Inc., talks about his seven-story apartment/retail/office project at Ninth and New Hampshire streets. The building will house a health club and office space, along with 55 apartments.
Developer Tony Krsnich plans to turn the old Poehler building on East Eighth Street into about 50 apartments.
Lawrence resident Melinda Stofferahn, talks about her mental illness hand how she deals with it.