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Reproductive Rights take center stage at the Granada

Kawehi / Photo by Fally Afani Saturday night's show at the Granada was just as much storytelling as it was live music. Ripples of Reproduction
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Local musicians banding together for abortion rights

After last month’s devastating news regarding Roe v. Wade, local bands are now teaming up with abortion rights advocates to ensure Kansans can have safe

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Photo Gallery: Kawehi / Waiting for Smith / The Roseline

We're going to let you in on a little secret. As a woman, it gives us great pleasure to watch Kawehi work her magic on
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Photo Gallery: Femme Fest 2019

White Schoolhouse was feeling the love over the weekend as dozens of revelers made their way through the thick snowfall to the cozy North Lawrence
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Watch: Kawehi’s live-looping Roman Holiday

It seems Kawehi’s been busy taking her talents worldwide. The local beatboxer and loop master found internet fame a few years ago after her YouTube

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Myers Ballroom Revue to showcase songwriting and storytelling

This part of the state is a bit of a live music mecca, but bars and traditional venues aren’t for everyone. This is where The

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CS Luxem celebrates long-awaited release with joyful Bottleneck show

It seems like the Lawrence scene has been waiting about 70 years, but on Saturday night CS Luxem finally released one of the most anticipated


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Live On Mass brings local love to Downtown with free concert

The Get Up Kids/ Photo by LeRoy Pristach Saturday night will go down as one of the most LFK events of the year, thanks to
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From YouTube to the Stage: Lawrence teens rising up in the local scene

Lily Pryor and Iris Hyde are about to have the best week ever. The Girls Rock! Camp alumnae caught our ears a couple of years