CHALK writer Liam Mays works his way through the menu of Pedestrian Cheese & Deli, a local restaurant offering a variety of cheese, wine and sandwiches.
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Lawrence art supply and stationery store Wonderfair created unique and artistic ways to connect with customers while keeping them safe during the coronavirus pandemic, and continue to do so now that store is open.
As COVID-19 forces people to stay inside, Lawrence businesses try to adapt to the online marketplace.
Entrepreneur and KU alumnus Nathan Mize uses aerial technology to help local businesses grow their own brands and improve their social media content.
Few things quite say "Valentine's Day," like a bouquet of red roses. Cary Engle of Englewood Florist sat down to talk about why he thinks flowers should still have a place on Valentine's, and his perspective on how the business has changed over more than two decades of service.
Brothers Taylor and Reagan Petrehn are self-proclaimed foodies who’ve opened a new bakery and coffee shop at 1900 Barker Ave. The cafe is open four days a week, and the brothers said the community has rallied around them in support of the new venture.
You open your fridge and all you see is a near-empty jug of milk, some ketchup and two Bud Lights. Congratulations, you are a stereotypical co…