Archive for Friday, October 19, 2007

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6:00 a.m.
The former Carnegie Library building, shown in this file photo, has been vacant since the Lawrence Arts Center moved to a new location in 2002. The Convention and Visitors Bureau set up offices in the vacated building at 9th and Vermont streets in 2007. Bureau’s offices will be historic
October 19, 2007 in print edition on 3A
Lawrence Convention and Visitors Bureau is slated to set up its new offices in a historic downtown building as the bureau begins to work on attracting more tourists interested in the area’s history. Judy Billings, director of the Convention and Visitors Bureau, confirmed Thursday that the agency plans to set up its offices on one floor of the former Carnegie Library building at Ninth and Vermont streets.
12:00 p.m.
Pulse Podcast
Ahn Trio mixes music, hip style
Posted October 19, 2007
The outside world might notice that members of the Ahn Trio have posed for GAP ads, been in Vogue and GQ magazines and were named to People magazine's 50 most beautiful people list. But the sisters/trio-mates swear they don't have an image campaign plan. The sisters, who were born in South Korea and were trained at Julliard, do spend plenty of time thinking about music, though. They're as likely to play a song by The Doors as they are a classical work. They have been active in commissioning new works, with more than 30 to date. And they're busy with collaborations, including one with a DJ and another with a Czech rock band. The Ahn Trio will continue to break down musical barriers during a 7:30 p.m. show tonight at the Lied Center. The trio is featured in this week's Pulse Podcast. Violinist Angella Ahn describes how she and her sisters select music, how they approach commissioned works and how being named to the People magazine list affected their lives.
4:00 p.m.
Free State's Ryder Werts stars on both sides of the ball Subplots abound in city showdown
October 19, 2007 in print edition on 1B
Here’s the thing about the football rivalry between Free State and Lawrence High: The coaches and players can say it’s just another game all they want, but the fact remains that this game means more. The two city schools will get the opportunity to prove just how much more at 7 tonight at Haskell Stadium.
10:00 p.m.
Haskell Indian Nations University inaugurates Linda Warner as its fifth president during a ceremony on October 19, 2007. Warner says she has big ideas for the university. New Haskell leader has changes in store
October 19, 2007 in print edition on 1B
Haskell Indian Nations University’s new president has big ideas for the university. Just six months after arriving on campus, Linda Warner has completed a thorough evaluation of Haskell to determine its strengths and weaknesses. Based on her findings, she is ready to make changes - something not taken lightly at a 123-year-old school where tradition runs deep. She said the university had become “old hat” about how it accomplished things.

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Fast move?
Leaving a controversial affiliation plan off the Kansas Board of Regents agenda doesn’t seem like a simple oversight.
October 19, 2007 in print edition on A12
Could it be that the Kansas Board of Regents wasn’t interested in hearing anything more from the public before approving a pact between Kansas University Medical Center and St. Luke’s Hospital?
Perfect fit
Providing office space for a new history and tourism agency will be a great future for the former Carnegie library.
October 19, 2007 in print edition on A12
The community’s long search for the right occupant for the Carnegie library building at Ninth and Vermont streets has paid off.
Lawrence Datebook
October 19, 2007 in print edition on A4
Events around Lawrence