In the first episode of Life in LFK, Kansan reporter Ladazhia Taylor visits the Sunflower House, a non-profit housing cooperative.
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The Nest is currently offering in-person as well as virtual tours and has competitive pricing for the 2021-22 school year. With furnished bedrooms, free parking, clubhouse and pool, The Nest is a great place to live as a student in Lawrence!
Latchkey Deli is a new restaurant located on 1035 Massachusetts Street and is set to open within the next few months. The restaurant will serve up deli classics as well as some items that are unique to Latchkey.
CHALK contributor Caroline McCone writes about the Lawrence skateboarding community and how their bond remains strong amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Black Student Coalition was formed to support Black students and welcomes anybody who wants to bring issues to light, according to its co-founders.
The Lawrence Arts Center held a virtual short film screening and Q&A session on Nov. 13 for the short film “The Wishing Bench,” written and directed by Marlo Angell.
The Raven Bookstore owner Danny Caine adapts business amid the pandemic and gives back to the community to combat big businesses like Amazon.
KU Painters meets in person, as members continue to paint outside. KU Painters has been commissioned by the Spencer Museum of Art to paint for its Backyard Bash.
On this episode of "Off the Record," reminisce about the past 10 years with hosts Nicole Dolan, Taylor Worden and Wyatt Hall.