Live music and performances returned as downtown Lawrence hosted the annual Lawrence Busker Festival.
Arts & Culture
Two University of Kansas students share their stories of the challenges of online dating during the pandemic and new ways they have dated virtually. Outside sources also say that people are turning towards virtual dating because they now lack the human connection that so often were surrounded with before the pandemic.
“It’s a rebalancing, so those artists that have been historically suppressed have a voice,” Susan Earle, curator of the exhibition, said.
Recent KU Film and Media studies graduate Lourdes Kalusha-Aguirre receives grant for her documentary project "La Yarda."
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The 72nd annual production of Rock Chalk Revue will take place on May 1st at 8 p.m. via a live viewing event and an online live stream.
In the first episode of Life in LFK, Kansan reporter Ladazhia Taylor visits the Sunflower House, a non-profit housing cooperative.
The Spencer Museum of Art officially reopened its doors Feb. 20 and is hosting in-person and virtual events. Meanwhile, the KU Natural History Museum struggles to reopen.