A dozen or so individuals gather in an upstairs room at the Lawrence Arts Center for Hollie Rice’s family pottery class.
Don’t count Ben Wilson among the thousands of Lawrence residents who spend part of their 24 hours inside their vehicles.
Journal-World reporter Chad Lawhorn goes in search of motorcycle enthusiasts.
If Lawrence has a fountain of youth, it springs every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the American Legion.
A few clouds block the sunset. The fields are soggy from the week’s rain.
It’s almost midnight when three members of Kansas University’s Beta Theta Pi fraternity choose to show their love for Lawrence. They climb the merry-go-round outside the Antique Shopping Mall and go for it.