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Lawrence has been called one of the "best lil' college towns," by Rolling Stone in 2005, and in 1998 named a local radio station one of the top ten "Stations that Don't Suck." Notable residents have included "Beat" generation author William S. Burroughs (Naked Lunch), writer/director James Gunn (Dawn of the Dead, Scooby-Doo, The Immortals), director Herk Harvey (Carnival of Souls), environmental author Wes Jackson (Man and the Environment, founder of The Land Institute), and environmental historian Donald Worster (A Passion for Nature: The Life of John Muir).
Local Newspapers: Lawrence Journal World Topeka Capital Journal
Local Sports Teams: Topeka Scarecrows (USHL)
Local Colleges: University of Kansas Haskell Indian Nations University
Zip Codes associated with lawrence, kansas:
66044 66046 66047 66049
Towns/Cities near lawrence, kansas : Topeka Eudora Linwood Baldwin City De Soto Tonganoxie
Stage set for gender-bending theatre with 'La Cage aux Folles,' 'The Legend of Georgia McBride'
Kansas Repertory Theatre will present a summer of theatre with two plays exploring the world of female impersonation. The Kansas Repertory Theatre summer productions are "La Cage aux Folles" and "The Legend of Georgia McBride."KU museums invite Lawrence to learn about plants at Day of Creativity
The Spencer Museum of Art and the KU Natural History Museum invite the University of Kansas and Lawrence communities to explore the intertwined relationships of art, science, people and plants at the Day of Creativity. The free community event will be noon-3 p.m. Sunday, April 29, at both museums.NU Men Take Kansas Relays Title, Women Finish Second
The Nebraska track and field team wrapped up action at the Kansas Relays Quadrangular on Saturday at Rock Chalk Park in Lawrence, Kansas, as the Husker men won the title with 209 points and the women took second with 181. With the win, the T&F News Dual Meet No.Mexican Taco Shop opens second location in Topeka
Jacqueline Payan and her husband, Jorge Aleman, have opened a second Mexican Taco Shop location at 3703 Burlingame Road. The shop is at the east end of the shopping complex, opposite Little Caesars Pizza.Lawrence man sought in connection with rape and kidnapping apprehended
Jackson County authorities are looking for a Lawrence man in connection with kidnapping, rape, aggravated sodomy and aggravated burglary, and he may have fled to Topeka or Wichita. Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse said Michael Wayne Hooks, 41, of Lawrence, is wanted on a Jackson County District Court warrant.Thoroughly Modern Miriam
Although the title of Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg's latest book "Miriam's Well: A Modern Day Exodus," nods at the Bible, this novel's contemporary protagonist is at most a very loose interpretation of her ancient namesake. The modern Miriam's journey to self-discovery is as much or more formed by her experience of a mid-20th-century landscape of tumultuous change and unrest, as it is by spiritual or cultural Judaism.KU will celebrate community service, outreach
The University of Kansas Center for Service Learning will host the third annual Service Celebration and Student Service Poster Showcase to recognize outstanding service at KU and in the Lawrence and Douglas County communities. The Service Celebration honors community partner organizations, whose efforts are vital to the existence of service efforts at KU, and recognizes outstanding service at KU and in the Lawrence community.Police looking for suspect in Lawrence armed robbery
A male victim tells police a man armed with a firearm, wearing a dark mask and dark clothing, approached the drive thru window and pointed a firearm through the window at him while demanding money.Lawrence police investigating late-night robbery of Burrito King Updated at
Lawrence police are seeking a man in connection with an armed robbery at a restaurant late Wednesday night just north of The University of Kansas campus. Lawrence police Sgt.Registration open for 2018 KU Design Camp
Does seven days of living, breathing and sleeping design as a Jayhawk sound like the best summer vacation? Then, it's time to register for the 2018 KU Design Camp. KU Design Camp is a pre-college summer program offered to high school students who are interested in design and are entering their sophomore, junior or senior year.Added message in Syrian missile strikes, international relations scholar says
Last weekend's U.S. missile strikes in Syria likely had added meaning than simply retaliating against Bashar al-Assad for using chemical weapons against his own people, according to a University of Kansas researcher of Russian foreign policy. Mariya Omelicheva , professor of political science, is available to discuss the developments of the strikes and relationship between the U.S. and Russia over recent events in Syria and elsewhere.KU recognizes 12 students with prestigious 2018 University Awards
Students were notified they received 2018 University Awards when the "prize patrol" showed up in their classes after spring break. Office of Student Affairs leaders made the announcements in front of the winners' professors and peers.Unearthing Centuries of Interdependence Between Humans and Plants
Big Botany: Conversations with the Plant World explores how humans have historically understood the plant world, and how we ought to reconsider it as we degrade the planet. In the 2018 film Annihilation , an alien intelligence transforms a swath of coastal wilderness into a mutated landscape.A Framework for Linking Population Model Development with Ecological Risk Assessment Objectives.
Raimondo, Sandy, M. Etterson, N. Pollesch, K. Garber, A. Kanarek, W. Lehmann, AND J. Awkerman. A Framework for Linking Population Model Development with Ecological Risk Assessment Objectives.A Middle America You'll Never See in the Coastal Media
Yet zines remain a space for the untold stories and unheard voices that fill our nation, providing respite from the noisy, angry internet and the insulated mass media. I first came across John Porcellino's self-published King-Cat Comics, and so many like them, in the 1990s as I was sifting through micro-comics, zines and chapbooks in bookstores in places like Lawrence, Kansas.Special events: WSU students premiere 'Sidekicks,' punk-rock documentary at Orpheum
Tickets: $15 general admission, $12 for military/seniors/WSU faculty or staff, $10 for student/child, free for WSU students with ID More information: Call the WSU Fine Arts box office at 316-978-3233 or go to www.wichita.edu/fineartsboxoffice The production: Wichita State University theatre students and faculty members produced the feature-length film as part of the WSU theatre season this year. The movie is written and directed by Bret Jones., program director of theatre at WSU.Dole Institute Student Advisory Board hosts program on pathways to citizenship
The Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas announced the addition of a public program on U.S. immigration policy this week. Titled "Pathways to Citizenship: Examining U.S. Immigration Policy," the program is set for 7 p.m. April 18 at the Dole Institute.Lt. Irvin Rink
The 25-year-old Kansan disappeared in the Russell Islands near Guadalcanal on Aug. 4, 1943. He was a Navy pilot flying in a squadron when his F4F-4 Wildcat plane was shot down at sea by Japanese fighter planes.NYU scholar will discuss Central American refugee crisis
Challenges to U.S. liberalism posed by the refugee crisis from Central America will be the topic of the 2018 George and Eleanor Woodyard MarA a Josefina SaldaA a-Portillo, professor with the Department of Social & Cultural Analysis and the Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies at New York University, will present new scholarship that considers how security for U.S. citizens depends upon placing Central Americans, and particularly women and children, in conditions of extreme insecurity. The refugee crisis from Central America challenges aspects of U.S. liberalism as well as ideas of citizenship more broadly conceived.New lungs mean new life for a Kansas newlywed
DONATE LIFE MONTH Nationwide, April is the month that is dedicated to raising awareness about the need for registered organ donors.
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