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Three injured, one possibly killed, in four-car collision
April 27, 2003
(Web Posted Sunday at 5:10 p.m.) Emergency crews Sunday afternoon were at the scene of a four-car collision west of Lawrence that injured at least three people and caused one possible fatality.
Spatterware, spongeware recognizable by designs
April 27, 2003
Is it spatterware or spongeware? It is easy to tell. Spatterware dishes are decorated with what looks like paint spattered from a brush. Spongeware looks as if the paint was dabbed on with a sponge. But through the years, authors and collectors have jumbled the names until almost all of these types of decoration are lumped under the name spatterware, even if the dishes appear to be spongeware.
Take a walk into the sea
New ‘Wild Reef’ exhibit opens at Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium
April 27, 2003
You start your trip on the shore of Lake Michigan, inside a white marble hall decorated with whimsical figures of sea creatures.
It takes a lot to re-create a Philippine reef
April 27, 2003
Here are some facts about the new “Wild Reef” exhibit at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago.
Colorado nature author to teach writing workshop
April 27, 2003
Colorado author, biologist and naturalist Mary Young will teach a nature writing workshop, “Prairie Reflections,” from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. May 11 at Kansas University’s Natural History Museum.
Prisoners see art as an escape
April 27, 2003
Philip Sugden remembers shuffling through the cellblock after teaching a prison art class when someone grabbed his arm. It was one of his students.
New museum ‘dissolves into the sky’
$22 million art showplace latest step in blue-collar Tacoma’s renaissance
April 27, 2003
Architect Antoine Predock had a complaint about the weather during a recent visit to this Pacific Northwest city’s new art museum: It wasn’t raining — again.
Baseball Briefs
April 27, 2003
¢ Dye to have surgery, will miss 3-to-5 weeks ¢ Rivera set to rejoin Yankees Tuesday ¢ Robinson to be honored with congressional medal ¢ Hamstring injury forces Erstad to DL
Bert Nash poster takes look back
20th-year design includes past artists
April 27, 2003
Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center will celebrate 20 years of art and mental health at a reception and poster sale Friday.
Empire Maker favored to win Kentucky Derby
Frankel-trained bay colt to go off as 6-5 morning-line choice
April 27, 2003
On a sunny Sunday morning at Gulfstream Park, a day after Empire Maker blew away the competition in the Florida Derby, Bobby Frankel recalled the first time he realized the strapping bay colt he’d been training was something special.
Outdoors Briefs
April 27, 2003
¢ KBA to plant trees at Glen Elder Reservoir ¢ Free state park days ¢ Missouri turkey record
Book tells of life, wild times of Oscar-winning producer
April 27, 2003
They all laughed at Sam Spiegel, a Hollywood producer from Poland, when he made a series of movies in the 1940s with the credit line “Produced by S.P. Eagle.”
Calvino emerges as ‘hermit’ in writings
April 27, 2003
Italo Calvino, who died in 1985, is best known to American readers for “Italian Folktales,” an anthology of his country’s most significant stories passed by word of mouth from generation to generation. A major figure in 20th-century letters, he wrote novels, short fiction and literary criticism.
Colon crawl dramatizes cancer threat
April 27, 2003
So there I was, on hands and knees, crawling through a 40-foot long, four-foot-high, human colon. It wasn’t a real colon, of course. No human has a colon that size, except maybe Marlon Brando, and I’m sure he has security people to prevent media access.
KU women 4th
April 27, 2003
Kansas University’s women’s bowling club placed fourth and the men finished eighth Saturday at the Intercollegiate Bowling Championships.
Attack on SARS mobilizes global village
April 27, 2003
Is this the costume for natives of the global village now, a face mask?
Arts notes
April 27, 2003
¢ Journal-World seeks history of closing schools ¢ CornerBank to unveil permanent sculpture ¢ Wanted: miracle moms
Bears bash sloppy Jayhawks
April 27, 2003
The Kansas University baseball team gave No. 21 Baylor extra opportunities on five occasions Saturday. Not a good idea.
Iraqis blame U.S. for deadly blast
Weapons cache explosion kills at least six
April 27, 2003
A U.S.-held weapons cache laden with 80 Iraqi missiles exploded Saturday on the teeming edge of Baghdad, killing at least six people and pummeling homes for miles around with a cascade of warheads, rockets and mortars.
Clinton Lake gets influx of walleye
April 27, 2003
Wildlife and Parks officials stocked 7.3 million walleye fry last week into Clinton Lake.
Arts notes
April 27, 2003
¢ JGladman staff wins photography awards ¢ Vinland library opens for season ¢ Plymouth Church presents music festival ¢ Children with, without special needs on display
Business briefs
April 27, 2003
Barrels may yield nerve agents
April 27, 2003
U.S. soldiers on Saturday found 14 barrels of chemicals in a vast weapons storage area in north-central Iraq, and three initial tests indicated that they contained a deadly mixture of cyclosarin nerve agent and mustard gas.
Douglas County teen volunteers recognized in national magazine
USA Weekend honors youth council for work in annual Make A Difference Day
April 27, 2003
Surviving a cold winter was a bit easier this year for Lawrence’s homeless and other needy families, thanks to the work of a teenage volunteer group.
Not a liar
April 27, 2003
Trout dumber than rocks, but carp can learn
April 27, 2003
John Gierach is a writer I usually enjoy, but when I was sent a review copy of his new book the other day, one small line touched a real sore point.
Urine tests indicate overall health
April 27, 2003
We often inform you about tests your pet is likely to have performed as routine screenings, as preoperative tests or to diagnose illness.
Lawrence Humane Society survives on less funds
April 27, 2003
The Lawrence Humane Society made do with less in 2002. Usually operating on about $500,000 a year, the Humane Society has felt the effects of the poor economy.
Lawn tractors getting bigger than lawns
April 27, 2003
With ever-smaller yard sizes, high gas prices and fears of global warming, Americans are ready for earth-friendly push mowers, right?
Slaying suspect to alter defense
Testimony complicates case in death of KU student Shannon Martin
April 27, 2003
The defense attorney for the primary suspect in the 2001 slaying of Kansas University student Shannon Martin has admitted various “inconsistencies” and inaccuracies in the sworn testimony of his client.
Briefly
April 27, 2003
¢ Afghanistan: Terrorist threat closes country’s only bar ¢ Argentina: Close vote expected in presidential race ¢ Tokyo: Giant panda goes home without breeding ¢ Chicago: Report: Schools not told of ammonia in food
Arts notes
April 27, 2003
¢ KU recital features Christopher Moore ¢ Choir concerts combine KU vocal groups ¢ Author to discuss citizen powers ¢ K.C. poet slated for ‘New Letters on the Air’ ¢ Unicorn Theatre to stage ‘BEE-LUTHER-HATCHEE’
Librarian, spokeswoman says farewell
Sandra Wiechert connected patrons with programs for 16 1/2 years
April 27, 2003
A few years ago, a library consultant who passed through Lawrence concluded the Lawrence Public Library offered the best programming of any public library — other than Denver and San Francisco — west of the Mississippi River.
Arts notes
April 27, 2003
¢ Lynne Cheney creates history book award ¢ NEA takes Shakespeare on nationwide road tour
Area briefs
April 27, 2003
¢ Lawrence artist dies ¢ County meets Monday to mull road projects ¢ Legislator to conduct meeting for public input ¢ Headquarters seeks sponsors for event
Museum priorities1
April 27, 2003
Accepting a grant that would have to be matched by $30,000 in local money probably wasn’t the best strategy for Watkins Community Museum of History.
People
April 27, 2003
¢ Hendrix estate lawsuit fails ¢ It’s tax time at Neverland ¢ Beatle is U.K.’s richest musician ¢ ‘40s actress Andrea King dies
Loud & proud
Happy Days’ star sheds inhibitions to exalt vaginas
April 27, 2003
Joanie still loves Chachi, but America’s favorite little sister has moved into a more outspoken role than the one she once played on “Happy Days.”
Briefly
April 27, 2003
¢ Afghanistan: Second U.S. soldier dies after gunbattle ¢ Kazakhstan: Russian-American duo launch toward space station ¢ Las Vegas: Military investigating Marine in Iraqi soldier’s death ¢ Indonesia: Reports: Bomb injures 11 at Jakarta airport
Defense rules Day 1
First round sees 11 linemen selected
April 27, 2003
NFL teams did their best Saturday to stem the league’s increase in offense. They drafted for defense, taking 11 defensive linemen in a first round also marked by an aborted trade between Minnesota and Baltimore that led to three of the quickest first-round picks ever.
Online grocer puts focus on freshness
Freshdirect exceeding profit goals, aims to expand despite analysts’ skepticism
April 27, 2003
Imagine buying avocados at the ripeness you want and marinated meat in your favorite cut — not by walking or driving to the store, but clicking online. And having it delivered the next day, and paying as much as 25 percent less than you would at the supermarket.
Artful activities signal unofficial start of spring
Ringle-Jingle Tri-Scooter Hooter-Tooter will be right at home in Saturday’s wacky Art Tougeau Parade
April 27, 2003
Anyplace else and Alex and Evondi Weston’s Ringle-Jingle Tri-Scooter Hooter-Tooter would seem outlandish.
Milwaukee buckles down in OT - Bucks 119, Nets 114
April 27, 2003
The Bucks collapsed in the fourth quarter, but the Nets missed nine free throws while it was happening.
Arts notes
April 27, 2003
¢ Stonecarving workshop open to amateurs, pros ¢ Lawrence Photo Alliance announces contest ¢ Young local pianists vie for musical honor ¢ Free State graduate in L.A. fashion show
Chiefs draft RB Johnson to back up Holmes
April 27, 2003
Even before they drafted Penn State’s Larry Johnson in the first round, the Kansas City Chiefs assured Priest Holmes he was still their starting running back.
Nearly 100 artists slated for Art in the Park May 4
April 27, 2003
A lot of people approach Bob Zerwekh’s booth at Art in the Park expecting to take a closer look at the artist’s photography.
Bookstore
April 27, 2003
Briefly
April 27, 2003
¢ Vatican City: Pope seeks leniency with Cuban dissidents
Briefly
April 27, 2003
¢ Post office seeks food donations
On the wide-open prairie, it’s still a cowboy’s life
April 27, 2003
Sunrise had a tough time breaking through the morning rain but when it did the dark, purple skies over Comanche County treated those on foot or on horseback to a perfect rainbow.
Seven days, four men, one coach
How the week from Williams’ departure to Self’s arrival went down
April 27, 2003
They said it couldn’t be done. They said Kansas University could not hire a new men’s basketball coach in less than a week. They were wrong.
Royals bounce back, batter Blue Jays
April 27, 2003
Ken Harvey more than atoned for messing up a bunt attempt. Harvey hit a tiebreaking, three-run homer in the ninth inning, helping the Kansas City Royals rally for a 9-6 victory Saturday over the Toronto Blue Jays.
Couples keeps Houston Open lead
Calcavecchia one stroke back entering final round
April 27, 2003
Fred Couples birdied five of the last seven holes Saturday for a 5-under 67 and a one-stroke lead over Mark Calcavecchia after three rounds of the Houston Open.
College coaches have right to leave
April 27, 2003
Let’s get this straight, so there’s no confusion. As long as no college coach — ever — changes jobs, everything will be hunky-dory. Everybody simply needs to stay where they are, thereby creating no new openings and we can all exhale slowly and relax.
Telling the story
Liberator, survivor recall horrors of Holocaust
April 27, 2003
This is a story of two Jews. One Polish. One American. One a liberator, the other among the liberated. They even share a similar name: Frydman and Friedman.
Actor Jamie Foxx arrested
Comedy stars charged in separate incidents
April 27, 2003
Comedian Jamie Foxx and his sister were arrested early Saturday after allegedly refusing to leave a casino and then fighting with police officers called to escort them out, authorities said.
News shows announce Sunday guest lineups
April 27, 2003
Guest lineup for the today’s TV news shows:
Author Eggers collaborates with band
April 27, 2003
A sort of chemistry-set experiment between music and literature resulted in a rare fusion of the band They Might Be Giants with the work of smart-set scribe Dave Eggers.
Michael J. Broadfoot
April 27, 2003
Gardner services
April 27, 2003
Ronald Ray Brown
April 27, 2003
Lawrence Commuter Report
April 27, 2003
S. Korea plans aggressive talks
April 27, 2003
On the eve of crucial Cabinet-level meetings between the two countries, South Korea said Saturday it would demand that North Korea abolish its nuclear weapons programs, while the communist state vowed to stand up to “U.S. imperialists.”
Trust to protect land near Clinton
April 27, 2003
James Hillesheim can relax. Once anxious about preserving his 61 acres of wooded area and fields of restored prairie grass southwest of Lawrence, Hillesheim has entered into a conservation easement with Kansas Land Trust.
Friends and family mourn Baker music professor
April 27, 2003
William C. Rice liked to see things grow. As a chairman of the music department at Baker University, he worked to develop his students into the best musicians possible.
On the record
April 27, 2003
K.C. resident who lost arm, leg settles suit against utility
April 27, 2003
Kansas City Power & Light Co., its parent company and a parts supplier paid $12 million to settle a lawsuit by a woman who was nearly killed by a downed power line.
Lawrence School Board
Budget forces board to eye layoffs
April 27, 2003
Agenda highlights ¢ 7 p.m. Monday ¢ 110 McDonald Drive
Gala honors Billings, benefits cardiac unit
April 27, 2003
About 1,000 people showed up in their finest Saturday night for the third Hearts of Gold Ball, a biannual event that benefits Lawrence Memorial Hospital Endowment.
Dream is here
April 27, 2003
Smoking ban
April 27, 2003
Vote on closures
April 27, 2003
Firebirds win J.C. Invitational
April 27, 2003
Free State High’s Alan Martinez went 4-0 to win the No. 2 singles title, sparking the Firebirds to a first-place finish Saturday in the Junction City Invitational.
BV North upends Lions, 6-5
Lawrence High loses in bottom of seventh
April 27, 2003
Blue Valley North scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning, handing Lawrence High a heartbreaking 6-5 baseball loss Saturday at Blue Valley West.
Jackson, Bookman win at Drake Relays
April 27, 2003
Kansas University’s Anson Jackson and Leo Bookman claimed titles during Saturday’s final day of competition at the Drake Relays.
Jazz edge Kings - Utah 107, Sacramento 104
April 27, 2003
The Utah Jazz played a game that would have made Jerry Sloan happy if the coach had been around to see the end of it.
Briefcase
April 27, 2003
¢ High gasoline prices cause spending cutbacks ¢ Labor: Unemployed consider switching occupations ¢ Motley Fool: Name that company
Dallas, Parcells pick Newman
April 27, 2003
The first draft pick of the Bill Parcells-Jerry Jones partnership lacked fireworks — no big trade, hardly even any debate.
Oates remains upbeat despite bad news
Former Rangers manager dealing with return of brain cancer
April 27, 2003
Johnny Oates and his wife, Gloria, spent Thursday afternoon at home in Virginia watching the Rangers on television. He said he was planning to watch the New York Yankees vs. the Anaheim Angels later that night.
Royals’ start hurts Twins-Sox rivalry
April 27, 2003
Dang those Kansas City Royals. Wow. Now there’s a sentence not uttered by anyone other than a Royals’ season-ticket holder or one of David Glass’ players since some point in the late 1980s.
Davis helps New Orleans sting Philly - Hornets 99, Sixers 85
April 27, 2003
The New Orleans Hornets didn’t need Jamal Mashburn to claw back into their first-round playoff series. A hobbled Baron Davis was more than enough.
Lakers in unique position
Defending champs trail T’wolves 2-1
April 27, 2003
Along the same lines as that 2:30-in-the-morning Kobe-to-Shaq phone call before the Lakers won Game 6 of the Western Conference finals against Sacramento last season, Kobe Bryant decided Saturday it was again time for a private conference with Shaquille O’Neal — just to make sure the Lakers’ All-Stars have united states of mind.
The Motley Fool
April 27, 2003
¢ Name that company ¢ Showtime at the Apollo
Suspect found in Wagner’s car
April 27, 2003
A man sought in connection with a slaying earlier this month was arrested while getting into a car registered to Cleveland Cavaliers guard Dajuan Wagner.
Indiana counting on Miller to pace comeback
Veteran struggling in physical series; Pacers trail Celtics 2-1 in first-round matchup
April 27, 2003
If Reggie Miller continues shooting the way he did in his last playoff game, his Indiana Pacers might not play many more.
Mavs on verge of series sweep
Ailing Portland faces elimination game
April 27, 2003
Suddenly, the Dallas Mavericks’ season-ending struggles seem so long ago. The Mavericks, who held the top seed in the Western Conference for much of the season, went 5-4 in April and entered the playoffs as the third seed.
Doubling Duncan not slowing Spurs
Sun may be setting on Phoenix
April 27, 2003
Phoenix apparently will stick with its “double Duncan” strategy in Game 4 against San Antonio tonight, even though it failed in Friday’s 99-86 loss.
Orlando bullying Detroit with physical defense
April 27, 2003
Orlando is beating the Detroit Pistons at their own game — aggressive, physical defense.
Big-game seasons at a glance
April 27, 2003
Big-game hunting seasons have been approved the Wildlife and Parks Commission.
Douglas County Senior Services
April 27, 2003
Douglas County Senior Services, 745 Vt., offers several classes during the week to residents age 55 and older. Future seniors are welcome to participate if space allows. Call Senior Services at 842-0543 for more information.
Activists question analysis calculating benefit by age
April 27, 2003
Some seniors and environmentalists are accusing the Bush administration of discriminating against older people by telling agencies calculating the value of environmental programs to take the age of those benefiting into account.
OKKids Day next Saturday
April 27, 2003
Kansas Wildscape Foundation, based in Lawrence, has designated next Saturday as Outdoors Kansas for Kids Day.
What are you reading?
April 27, 2003
Performance to benefit women’s agency
April 27, 2003
V-Day, the nonprofit organization that sprung from the success of “The Vagina Monologues,” is raising millions of dollars to prevent violence against women and girls.
Regina Carter becomes first black — and nonclassical artist — to play Paganini’s violin
April 27, 2003
When Regina Carter’s pianist suggested the jazz musician play Paganini’s world-famous violin — so valuable that it’s kept under lock and key in Italy — she figured it would be a difficult feat to accomplish.
KU researchers as tenacious as ancient subjects
April 27, 2003
More than three decades ago, humans took a giant step — into the lunar dust. It was further proof that our species excels at overcoming harsh environments. Consider the Aleutian Islands. They make a chain 1,800 miles long that runs between Asia and North America.
Maternity designer loves bulging bellies
April 27, 2003
Many women spend a good chunk of their 40-week pregnancies in too-big T-shirts trying to hide what we’re all eventually going to see — a bulging belly.
Foster families comfort military pets
April 27, 2003
When Marines from a nearby base were called to war, Terri Morgan’s home, along the North Carolina coast, became a sanctuary for three snakes, a frog that makes strange noises, fish, a cockatiel and tarantulas.
Coin notes
April 27, 2003
Whether and when Congress authorizes a change this year in the design of the nickel is being debated in the Senate.
Travel briefs
April 27, 2003
¢ National parks map, guide available ¢ Painted cars designed to rev race interest ¢ Mississippi regulators OK new Biloxi casino
Butterfly gardening
Colorful plants, fragrance attract winged insects
April 27, 2003
Few things are as irresistible as sweet, young children and lovely, colorful butterflies. With the right planning, your garden can attract both. Start with the children. Enlist their help in planting a garden that will entice butterflies. It is a good way to get children interested in gardening, nature and a bit of science. Once the garden is planted, the butterflies will come.
Plans made to contain SARS
Beijing officials close entertainment venues
April 27, 2003
Health officials from across Asia came up with a joint plan Saturday to fight SARS with tighter screening of travelers, while a health minister blamed for China’s slow response to the outbreak there was replaced.
American League Roundup: White Sox topple Twins
Tempers flare after Garland hits Mientkiewicz
April 27, 2003
After just two meetings this season and with 17 left, one thing is already clear: The Minnesota Twins and Chicago White Sox are not fond of one another.
Habitat cleanup, insecticides help counter mites
April 27, 2003
Recent rains and warmer days have been a pleasant introduction to spring. Along with the change in weather comes a visitor not so welcome: clover mites.
National League Roundup: Green’s blast buries Pirates
Dodgers come from behind to defeat Pittsburgh, 4-3
April 27, 2003
If the Los Angeles Dodgers are successful this season, they may look back on a couple of late-inning wins in April as a catalyst.
Here are some guidelines on keeping tax records
April 27, 2003
Every few years, I stop by Staples for a new five-pack of record-keeping boxes. Uniform boxes stack together so much better than odd-size ones from the supermarket, and they make my load of financial records pack away nice and neat.
Surprising Royals on one huge roll
This year, low-budget Kansas City is for real at 17-4
April 27, 2003
They’re 10-0 at home and 17-4 overall heading into today. The New York Yankees? Nope, the Kansas City Royals.
Technology center lacks funding
Lawrence looks at in-state rival as model of success
April 27, 2003
If you were mingling with economic development leaders last week, you may have heard a big gulp. It was the swallowing of their pride as they admitted they could learn a lot from, of all places, Manhattan.
Love for animals translates to exercise
April 27, 2003
Even physical fitness guru Jane Fonda (now a senior citizen herself) might benefit from the ingenuity older Harvey Countians use to combine their love of animals with exercise.
Vikings experience another draft debacle
April 27, 2003
The Minnesota Vikings insisted they got the guy they wanted, even though an embarrassing delay cost them two spots on the draft board when the clock ran out on them.
Pierce pops Baylor
Pitcher returns, leads KU to 4-1 win
April 27, 2003
That pop Kara Pierce heard in her pitching shoulder hurt just as much above the neck as below. “For awhile, I was worried,” Pierce said. “It got a little scary.”
Westar sued over retirement accounts
April 27, 2003
Several Westar Energy workers have filed lawsuits against their employer, claiming mismanagement caused them to lose money in their retirement accounts.
Former POW picks game over dinner with Bush
K-State honors soldiers at event
April 27, 2003
Turning down a chance for dinner at the White House, Army Pfc. Patrick Miller, a former prisoner of war in Iraq, received a hero’s welcome Saturday from Kansas State University football fans.
President turns focus from war to tax plan
April 27, 2003
President George W. Bush, focusing increasingly on his domestic agenda, turned up the pressure Saturday on lawmakers of his own party who were resisting his demand for a half-trillion dollars in new tax cuts.
Sunshine welcomes outdoor events
April 27, 2003
Earth Day finally got its due Saturday in Lawrence, and this time Mother Nature couldn’t have been more cooperative.
Heston makes final appearance as National Rifle Assn. president
April 27, 2003
Charlton Heston made his last appearance as president of the National Rifle Assn. on Saturday, shuffling onto the stage before a crowd of 4,000 NRA members but too feeble to give a farewell speech.
Other developments
April 27, 2003
Kevin Eugene Nelson
April 27, 2003
Magic Flute’ a virtual success
April 27, 2003
University Theatre on Saturday opened its final show of the season at Kansas University, a virtual reality staging of Mozart’s opera “The Magic Flute.”
Image as strong leader bolsters Bush
April 27, 2003
At a midweek news briefing, Sen. Ted Kennedy was doing what he does so well — laying out the Democratic case on domestic policy, preparing the ground for the debates that will resume now that Congress is back from its Easter recess.
Jackson wins for Free State
April 27, 2003
Free State High sophomore Ashley Jackson was the city’s lone individual champion Saturday at the Trinity Academy Invitational.
Bush doctrine targets regimes, not nations
April 27, 2003
President Bush resembles both the Little Red Hen and Aladdin as the war in Iraq subsides. He has baked a loaf of liberation and hope for that broken Arab country — with precious little help from presumed friends. To accomplish that, he rubbed the magic lamp of U.S. military technology and summoned a genie with powers to remake the world.
LHS girls, boys finish second
April 27, 2003
The Lawrence High girls’ track and field team had two individual champions and the LHS boys had one as both
Lions, Texans among teams meeting needs
April 27, 2003
The true measure of the NFL draft doesn’t come for several years. How teams addressed their needs is more discernible.
Triplets celebrate 70th birthday
April 27, 2003
The three sisters — Margery Blythe, Mary Gleason and Margaret Phillips — sit at a dining room table in the family farmhouse near Maple Hill and reminisce about their childhood years.
Mayer: News events now spectacle
April 27, 2003
Some reflections on the evolution of the athletic “news conference” at Kansas University — and the drastic changes in remuneration packages over the years.
Briefly
April 27, 2003
¢ Health: Event to encourage organ donation ¢ Arts: Children, families invited to paint prairie mural ¢ Community: Firefighters to raise funds for charity
Arts notes
April 27, 2003
¢ James Nedresky to give Fields Gallery talk ¢ KU student snags first in piano competition
Arts notes
April 27, 2003
¢ Country crooner sponsors Busch race ¢ Pittsburgh Symphony to perform at new venue
Arts notes
April 27, 2003
¢ McDougal of Whitewater fame to appear in K.C. ¢ Book awards make call for submissions