Lawrence local Allyson Aumiller sells second-hand and thrift store clothing in her online store, 'Ace Vintage,' and has seen more activity in the last few weeks due to stay-at-home orders for the community.
Arts & Culture
Campus Couture at Home is a weekly feature that spotlights one popular fashion item. This week's edition features faux pearl hair clips.
After three years of artisanal doughnuts and cocktails, Wake the Dead Breakfast Bar closed its doors on Friday, March 20. It is the first business in the city to permanently close as a result of the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.
Campus Couture is a weekly feature that spotlights one University student, faculty or staff member who is dressed to impress. This week's final edition of the semester looks back at the top five looks of the school year.
Just Food is giving people two weeks worth of pre-packaged groceries through a drive-thru service. It has plans to expand its services to Franklin and Leavenworth counties.
Although the movie theatres are closed, there are plenty of new releases hitting Netflix and other streaming services this week that will keep you entertained.
Lawrence bookstores such as The Raven Book Store and The Dusty Bookshelf are still selling books for pickup or delivery amid social distancing practices.