Sunday evening, it was announced that four East students are first and second place scholarship winners in the Shooting Star scholarship competition.
On March 12, members of Creative Co/lab filed into a bus and made their way to the Healthy River Partnership headquarters, located at 815 Woodswether Rd.
Art teacher Adam Finkelston is curating an art show for his art magazine, The Hand, which will take place this Friday at Potter Hall Gallery.
Rainy Day Books is not the typical bookstore. It is a family run store, that has continually served Kansas City.
Check out a gallery of the StuCo ball. The dance was hosted by SM South on March 28.
The Tivoli theater experiences financial trouble as a result of industry-mandated system requirements. To update their systems, they do fundraising through Kickstarter, a national fundraising platform.
On Friday Oct. 25th, members of the SME theatre department went to the Louisburg Cider Mill where they took part in activities such as drinking cider, exploring the corn maze, and going down the slides.
Last Thursday in Lawrence, people from around the state participated in the annual Zombie Walk by dressing as zombies and walking down Mass. Street to raise money for the Humane Society.
She’s a Keeper performed at Skyzone last Saturday. The audience participated in the show and kept a lively, though cozy atmosphere.
Local artist Mike Savage discusses his beginning and future plans in art.
View a gallery of September’s First Friday where a couple East students enjoyed the exhibits and street performances. Every First Friday of the month (excluding November) local artists open their shops later for the crowd in the Crossroads.
This saturday was Maggi’s Walk to Fight Meningitis. The 5k started at Franklin Park and afterwards, meningitis survivors spoke at event.