On the final Sunday of the Lawrence "Harvest of Arts" Festival
members of the Lawrence Youth Ballet Ensemble under the direction
of Artistic Director Deborah Bettinger performed in Constant Park.
The event, "Dance on the Sandbar" was relocated to the park due to
high water on the Kansas River.
Ray Davies, founding member of the Kinks performed Sunday night at
Kansas City's Memorial Hall.
Seattle center fielder Mike Cameron congratulates Charles Gipson on
the Mariners' 116-win season. The Mariners lost to Texas on Sunday
Houston's Richard Hidalgo watches his two-run homer. Hidalgo had
three hits Sunday in the Astros' victory at St. Louis.
Pittsburgh running back Jerome Bettis (36) runs past Cincinnati's
Brian Simmons during the first half of Sunday's game. The Steelers
won, 16-7, on a day Bettis passed the 10,000-yard career rushing
Beta Theta Pi member Chris Adams explains the historical
significance of the fraternity house, also known as the Usher
House, which is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Anthropology Museum interim director Mary Adair explains the
history of Spooner Hall, which is on the National Register of
Historic Places. The hall is one of two buildings involved in the
controversy of a KU demolition project.
Dorothy Knox, Brandon Woods Retirement Community resident, shares
her memories of World War II. Knox and other residents compared
attacks on Pearl Harbor with those in New York City and Washington,
Visitors to The Moving Wall memorial hold hands while singing
patriotic songs at the Cessna Activity Center in Wichita during a
ceremony honoring Cessna employees who were killed in Vietnam. The
ceremony took on extra significance after news of airstrikes
launched Sunday by the United States and Great Britain on
Ryan Baty, Kansas University junior, front, and his father, Ray
Baty, Wichita, take time from their dinner at Old Chicago, 2329 S.
Iowa, to watch a live CNN report from the Middle East. In addition
to playing coverage of NFL football games, many restaurants and
bars in Lawrence also tuned in to news coverage Sunday of the U.S.
military attacks against Afghanistan.
In an image taken from video, U.S. President George W. Bush
addresses the nation from the White House, announcing that the
United States had launched military actions in Afghanistan.
Aviation ordnancemen move laser-guided bombs to waiting aircraft on
the USS Carl Vinson, operating in the Arabian Sea, in preparation
for strikes against military targets and Osama bin Laden's training
camps inside Afghanistan.
Even owners of point-and-shoot, fully automatic cameras can benefit
by reading the instruction manual. Manuals offer basic information
on what your camera can and can't do.
Like many other high-tech companies, Excite@Home has become a
victim of misguided efforts and sky-high aspirations. The company's
stock has plunged from more than $100 a share to less than 20
cents. Excite Inc. founder Joe Kraus, left, and At Home Corp.
founder Milo Medin are shown in front of At Home headquarters in
this 1999 file photo.
San Diego's rickey henderson responds to cheers after collecting
his 3,000th hit Sunday at San Diego.
Denver tackle chester McGlockton sacks Kansas City quarterback
Trent Green. The Broncos sacked Green four times Sunday at Denver
in a 20-6 victory.
New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani takes a walking tour of Times
Square. Giuliani said Sunday that security concerns would not
cancel today's Columbus Day parade.
Soldiers inspect a car at an entrance to Fort Bragg in
Fayetteville, N.C. Officials at Fort Bragg say they are at a
heightened state of security due to the start of attacks on
An F/A-18C Hornet is launched from the aircraft carrier USS Carl
Vinson, operating in the Arabian Sea, in a strike Sunday against
military targets and Osama bin Laden's training camps inside
A Tomahawk cruise missile is launched Sunday from the USS
Philippine Sea against military targets and Osama bin Laden's
training camps in Afghanistan.
Horse chestnuts, also known as buckeyes, are native to Kansas.
These specimens fell from the sickly looking but healthy for now
horse chestnut tree near the Lawrence Arts Center at Ninth and
A dry and sickly looking horse-chestnut tree in front of the
Lawrence Arts Center at Ninth and Vermont streets is not dead,
despite the worries and questions of many passersby. The tree is
just going through an annual change and should stage a glorious
comeback in the spring. Rylee Flint, 2, and her mother, Debbie,
took a stroll recently past the conversation-starting tree.
A B-2 bomber from Whiteman Air Force Base takes to the air as flags
fly over the cemetery in Knob Noster, Mo. On Sunday, B-2s from
Whiteman were part of the initial attacks on Afghanistan.
Lee Howard works to remove the red carpet outside the Shrine
Auditorium in Los Angeles after an announcement that the ceremony,
already delayed three weeks by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, was
An Israeli soldier climbs down from a tank parked in a new position
on a hilltop overlooking the West Bank town of Hebron. As the U.S.
launched a military strike Sunday on Afghanistan, three people were
killed in Israeli-Palestinian fighting.
Northern alliance fighters ride atop a tank toward Taliban
positions, north of Kabul, the Afghan capital. Alliance fighters
followed the U.S. strikes on Afghanistan with an offensive of their
Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer, left, looks on as German
Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder gives a statement in the chancellery
in Berlin. Schroeder on Sunday expressed full support for the
attacks on targets in Afghanistan.
Pakistani troops increase security around the U.S. consulate in
Karachi, Pakistan, moments after the U.S.-led coalition began
strikes in Afghanistan.
New Orleans Saints fans display their sentiments at the Louisiana
Superdome in New Orleans after hearing that American forces had
begun bombing Afganistan. At football stadiums around the country
Sunday, the news was cheered.