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Lawrence PRIDE shirts now on sale

PRIDE is coming up on June 12th, and you can own a Lawrence PRIDE shirt in time for the BIG event!

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PRIDE is coming!

I Heart Local Music’s PRIDE celebration is returning to Lawrence!

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Watch: PRIDE for the Masses went virtual in 2020

Over the weekend, I Heart Local Music helped Lawrence celebrate queer entertainers in our community. When COVID cancelled all live events, we delayed our annual

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We asked some local drag performers to celebrate PRIDE with us, social distancing style

This month, we should have been donning ALL the sparkly colors, gussying up, and getting ready for the party of the year. However, the COVID-19

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SHAH is a rising local queer icon

It’s been a whirlwind of a year for SHAH. Since we last checked in with the local musician, he was riding the waves of his

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Other Americans glam it up with Lawrence drag performers

Other Americans are solidifying themselves as one of the more danceable acts in the area, and just got the seal of approval from the Queer

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The Top Ten Most Badass Things We Saw From Local Bands In 2019

You can’t say 2019 wasn’t without a few surprises! This was a year full of changes. We gained a new venue (hello, Kaw Valley Public

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PRIDE for the Masses celebrated queer Lawrence with an explosive show at the Granada

PRIDE for the Masses / Photo by Fally Afani Last year, Lawrence dipped its toes in the water for PRIDE month. This year, it cannonballed.
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Photo Gallery: The 2019 PRIDE Parade

The 2019 PRIDE Parade / Photo by Fally Afani On a sunny Saturday afternoon in June, Lawrence made a statement in style. The PRIDE Parade
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The Top Ten Most Badass Things We Saw From Local Bands in 2018

’Tis the season for reflection— and when you give a long, hard, angry stare back at 2018, it’s easy to gloss over the parts that