Rolling Stone magazine brought John Lomas to town in the early '70s. In those days, the publication offered musicians free classified ads, he said. "I put an ad in there, said 'I'm in Chicago, play guitar, want to relocate,'" Lomas said. "I got a reply from a band in Lawrence. They said 'we've got a band, we've got gigs and we've got a place for you to stay.'"
A package of financial incentives for an animal health company looking to locate its corporate headquarters in Lawrence is another step closer to winning final approval.By Chad Lawhorn
Today in Lawrence: Get a legal loose end taken care of by attending the Estate Planning Workshop sponsored by Lawrence Parks and Rec and Douglas County Senior Services. And check out Rhiannon Giddens, a founding member of The New Basement Tapes, at Liberty Hall!
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