The Lawrence Busker Festival

Our family had a great time at the Lawrence Busker Festival this year.  This 3-day event is fabulous family fun.  5 “stages” in downtown Lawrence with 16 scheduled performers means there’s sure to be something for everyone.  We really enjoyed “Peter Rabbit” the bucket drummer at the 8th street stage: Then a bit later and […]

Stop Animal Cruelty

As I was researching animals of Ghana, I stumbled on a video about some monkeys that made me very sad (see below, but be prepared.  it’s horrible).  I cried for a long time.  Then my mom suggested I write a letter to the company.  Then I thought I’d get some signatures.  Below is the letter […]

Discovering Dada

    Dada, also known as Dadaism, was an short-lived art movement in the early 20th century.  The beginnings of Dada were deeply rooted in the avant-garde movement in Europe.  However, Dada also had heavy influences from the negative reactions and responses to WWI.   Because of this beginning, Dadaists was extremely anti-war and anti-bourgeois and […]