The Dole Institute is resuming the exhibit titled “What Would a Woman Offer Her Country? Elizabeth Dole’s Ground-breaking, Trail-blazing Life of Service" after a two-year pause due to the pandemic.
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Director Robert Eggers' latest historical vision, "The Northman," comes to theaters Thursday night.
"Not a Straight Path: The Fight for Queer Rights in Lawrence" was a four-month-long Watkins Museum exhibit that highlighted the historic battles and victories of the city’s LGBTQ community.
University of Kansas senior Hallie Cole's exhibit “This Land" reflected her experience as a multicultural Native American growing up in Oklahoma. The installation was featured in the Kansas Union Gallery from Feb. 28 through March 11.
The Kansan discusses the new HBO Max show "Somebody Somewhere" with one of its stars, actor Jeff Hiller. Hiller talks about his real-life connections to his character, some of his favorite moments from the show, and the importance of diverse representation in television.
This week's New Music Monday features songs from Basia Bulat, Gang of Youths and Florence + the Machine. These featured songs and other notable releases from Avril Lavigne, Dashboard Confessional and caroline can be found on this week's playlist on Spotify.
Bodytruth Soap Apothecary, located on 10 E 9th St, provides Lawrence with a blissful blend of all natural, eco-friendly soaps and smells. Owne…
Philadelphia band Low Cut Connie held a concert at the Bottleneck on Tuesday, and was accompanied by Minneapolis band Kiss the Tiger and Kanas City-area band The Black Mariah Theater.
Singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus recently performed at Liberty Hall alongside Indigo de Souza. Dacus performed on a couch while recovering from two herniated discs.
New releases from Tame Impala, Oliver Tree and Beach House headline this week's edition of New Music Monday. The full playlist is available on Spotify.