This morning at 10am, I had the honor of being granted an on camera television interview with our new police chief, Gregory Burns.
I found him to be thoroughly prepared and extremely insightful. The one comment that he made that has stayed with me since our time together was “you can not police morality.”
I think you will find this interview to provide tremendous insight into the background, beliefs and positions of our new police chief in Lawrence, Kansas.
It appears we are in very capable hands.
It was a pleasure interviewing country star Josh Gracin this morning. He is coming to The Oread August 26th. You can hear the interview on the attached video link after listening to a short promo for the concert:
I always enjoy my time with Christoph David Cording and can’t wait to see him portray Harold Hill in The Music Man at Theatre Lawrence June 9-25.
Stu Strecker is a spanish teacher at Free State High School now in his 20th year of teaching. He sits down with Jay Wachs to talk about being a teacher, seeing the growth in USD 497 and what it meant to win a teaching award this year from LEAP.
The Willow Domestic Violence Center has opened a drop in center at The Lawrence Public Library on Mondays from 9am to Noon.
I talked with Will Averill today about the new program and the partnership between Willow and the library.
Is it even relevant in 2017? What is the state of gay life in 2017? I chatted with Professor Chris Conner of Washburn University about his new study being conducted for release later this year.
Hard to believe this is the 5th year that HITS will be sponsoring the Lawrence Busker Festival
It was great to sit down with Richard Renner today and talk about this year’s events.
Benet Magnuson is the Executive Director of Kansas Appleseed.
This advocacy group based at Green Hall on the KU Campus and also in the law building at Washburn in Topeka are making tremendous strides in the Kansas Social Justice movement.
Watch the video, feel inspired and help out. They are fighting for a better Kansas