David Byrne performed Saturday at Memorial Hall
Craig Van Blaricum adds some mulch to a landscaping area outside
the new Stone Canyon, 3801 W. Sixth St. The restaurant is scheduled
to open for dinner and drinks Aug. 27.
Mick Ranney, owner of Footprints, 1339 Mass., fears a bureaucratic
nightmare if Congress lifts a moratorium on online sales taxes.
Gov. Bill Graves backs a proposal that would allow governments to
tax catalog and Internet transactions a significant segment of
Ranney's business, which sells Birkenstocks and other products.
David Toms hits from the 10th tee during the second round of the
PGA Championship. Toms shot a 65 Friday in Duluth, Ga., to share
the second-round lead with Shingo Katayama.
TIGER WOODS drops to his knees after missing a birdie putt on the
17th hole. Woods fired a 67 on Friday to make the cut in the PGA
Championship by two strokes.
Longtime Oread neighborhood resident Tom Argiro secures a ribbon
around a tree in opposition to Kansas University's encroachment
into the Oread neighborhood. KU's plan to raze the 1300 block of
Ohio to make way for two scholarship halls sparked protest earlier
this summer from Oread residents. City and KU officials are now
working on an agreement to allow for joint decision-making.
Orville Moorman's skill for turning trash into treasures has
enabled him to make some money off the Kansas University moving
season. He sorted through his inventory of wastebaskets Friday for
his weekend yard sale at 1516 Mass.
City officials say businesses like the Lawrence Metaphysical Shop
should be legal, despite laws on the books that say otherwise. Wes
Meyer, left, and Brett Kerr on Friday strolled past the Shop at
1017 Mass., which provides palm, Tarot card and crystal readings.
New York's Derek Jeter watches his home run in the first inning.
The Yankees defeated Seattle, 4-0, Friday at New York.
The British government's 70-page plan for reforming the Northern
Ireland police force draws the attention of a member of the Royal
Ulster Constabulary, at Castle Buildings, Belfast, Northern
Ireland. Britain released the long-awaited plan Friday.
Maj. Gen. Dennis Krupp
Lawrence HIstory is an avocation of Barbara Watkins and Dennis
Domer, co-editors of a massive book of historical essays about
Cosmonaut Vladimir Dezhurov floats in view of a television camera
on space station Alpha. Dezhurov is a member of the three person
crew that will be aboard the station until December.
Dave Cade is credited with bringing the Pelathe Community Resource
Center back from its struggle with embezzlement charges and funding
challenges. Cade has accepted a job as director of the Albuquerque
(N.M.) Indian Center.
Marines prepare to place down the casket of one of 13 World War II
Marines whose remains were discovered on a South Pacific island
nearly 60 years after they fell in battle. The services Friday were
conducted at Arlington National Cemetery.
Richard Hatch, the original "Survivor" winner, says he believes
he's not being treated fairly in his hometown of Middletown, R.I.,
though a judge mostly disagrees. Hatch sued the city's police
department for releasing arrest information shortly after he
returned to Middletown from "Survivor." Most of the lawsuit was
dismissed this week. Hatch is shown in this September 2000 file
photo surrounded by Middletown residents seeking his autograph.
Tennis is a game for partners, and Ann Horton and her daughter Madeline Horton, 5, of Mission Hills, teamed up to play on the same side Thursday at Meadowlake Park in Prairie Village.
Brad Young, lead singer for Green Eggs and Man, screams out a long note. Young and other middle and high school musicians played Friday during the back-to-school concert at the Lawrence Public Library.