Kelli Huslig opened Uplift Coffee Shop after realizing she always had a passion for coffee and people, and she said the goal is to create a positive environment where people in the Lawrence community can unwind and socialize.
Arts & Culture
A graduate class at KU designed and built two tiny houses in East Lawrence for a project last year. The project won honorable mention in Architect Magazine's affordable housing category.
The "Past Presence" exhibit at the Spencer Museum of Art gathers art from around the world to tell stories about the past that can shape the future.
Lucia Beer Garden and Grill opens its doors to the KC-based food truck Cheesy Street to freshen up their menu with grilled cheese and macaroni and cheese options.
From the return of an infamous criminal lawyer to a furry adventure in the Alaskan wilderness, here's what to watch this week.
Andrea Laws, an employee at the University Press of Kansas, has been selected to compete to win the cover of Inked magazine as well as a cash prize of $25,000. Laws has 10 tattoos and a sleeve in the works, and her love for tattoos stem from the way they represent her personality, passions and interests.
Self-taught Lawrence artist Bella VanLandingham started a small business after making unique clay earrings for her friends and family. She now sells them online and at McLain's Market.
The University of Kansas Vegan Club is a place for people to learn more about veganism. The club also offers members a sense of community for being around people that hold the same values as them.
The Lawrence Anti-Trafficking Taskforce and Education Association worked with The Willow Domestic Violence Center throughout human trafficking awareness month in January to spread awareness, empower survivors and break the cycle of violence in the community.
Campus Couture is a weekly feature that spotlights one University student, faculty or staff member who is dressed to impress. This week's edition features Kaylee Cart, a freshman from Overland Park.
Not All There, a local alternative rock band composed of five members, three of whom are University of Kansas students, plays original music and hits from the 2000s at Lawrence venues. The band's next show is on March 17.