Kevin Miller poses with his 1975 Chevy Nova.
Cincinnati's jose rijo pitches against San Francisco. Rijo, 37,
earned his second victory Saturday at Cincinnati. The veteran is
making a comeback after five elbow operations.
Cardinal Bernard Law of Boston, left, and Cardinal William Keeler
of Baltimore reflect during a Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of
Saints Peter and Paul in Philadelphia. Law's admission in January
that he allowed a pedophile priest to continue to serve sparked a
new level of public anger in the U.S. Catholic church. The
resulting scandal has brought news of 176 priests across the
country resigning or being removed from the clergy for molesting or
being suspected of molesting minors and sparked a meeting last week
between U.S. cardinals and Pope John Paul II in Rome.
Unidentified girls grieve for the victims of a Friday school
shooting in the Cathedral of Erfurt, Germany. Stories about the
shooting, in which 16 people were killed one fewer than originally
thought began to come into focus Saturday.
A water aerobics class takes place in the clubhouse pool in Sun
City Center, Fla., April 3, 2003. Sun City Center, a community of
16,000 seniors, is celebrating its 40th anniversary this month.
Bruno junqueira raises his trophy after winning the Bridgestone
Potenza 500 on Saturday in Motegi, Japan.
Scott RiggS celebrates his victory in the Busch Series Auto Club
300 on Saturday in Fontana, Calif.
Cover Girl Cosmetics' Outlast All-Day Lipcolor was selected as this
year's "best in beauty" in lip makeup by the Cosmetic Executive
Men are dressing up again at work while keeping their fashion
options open. Look for some men to opt for sportcoats and slacks or
suits paired with sweaters instead of shirts and ties.
Deck cleaner can remove surface and ground-in dirt from a dingy
deck. Use stencils to add decorative details.
This 60-inch-long hall bench has 10 slats and two drawers. The
Roycroft mark is prominently branded on the front of the seat rail.
It sold last year at a Treadway Gallery auction for $19,550.
Utah's John Stockton, left, works his way around Sacramento's
Predrag Stojakovic. The Kings defeated the Jazz, 90-87, Saturday in
Salt Lake City to take a 2-1 lead in the opening-round NBA series.
John Jacobs watches as his birdie putt rolls wide of the seventh
hole. Jacobs shot a 6-under-par 66 Saturday for a one-shot lead in
the Countrywide Tradition.
For more than 30 years, Roger Allen's art center on a former
chicken farm in west Texas has been home and studio to Allen, his
increasingly popular ceramic works and countless other artists.
Caroline Kennedy says an update of her father's award-winning book,
"Profiles in Courage for Our Time," was "an important thing to do"
for her family.
Under the watchful eye of an Israeli soldier securing an area, a
Palestinian girl walks by in the old city of Bethlehem. In Israel
proper, Arab citizens of Israel say they are coming under
Ballet companies nationwide are employing edgy programs and
marketing campaigns in an effort to build younger audiences. The
Pennsylvania Ballet Company's campaign features ballerina Amy
Aldridge, seen here during practice.
Harriet Lerner says her latest book, "Dance of Connection," was
inspired by her father. The Topeka author will discuss her work at
7 p.m. Wednesday in Lawrence.
U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld shakes hands with soldiers
after arriving at the Bagram air base, north of Kabul. Rumsfeld on
Saturday flew into Bagram air base aboard an Air Force C-17 cargo
plane and met with U.S. commanders to review progress in running
down remnants of al-Qaida and Taliban forces in eastern
The Lyon Opera Ballet will perform at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Lied
Jada Holmes, left, and Ginger Sherrell sign a sympathy card for
hip-hop star Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes. A member of the trio TLC, Lopes
was killed Thursday night in a traffic accident in Honduras. Fans
signed the card Saturday at a mall in Atlanta, Lopes' hometown.
Janice Reeves, a Cottonwood Inc. client, packages some tie-down
straps. The agency for people with developmental disabilities has a
$20 million contract with the U.S. Defense Department to produce
the straps. Cottonwood plans its first awards ceremony Tuesday
night at Murphy Hall.
Kansas City police Sgt. Dave Bernard holds a bust of Precious Doe.
A year after her headless body was discovered in a wooded area of
the city, authorities are still stumped by the killing of the
unidentified girl. Bernard displayed the bust Friday at police
headquarters in Kansas City, Mo.
Lawrence painter Paul Penny will be one of 70 artists who will
display their work at the 2002 Art in the Park May 5 in South Park.
Penny's mother, Addie Penny, pictured in his painting at bottom
center, was one of the artistic few who in the 1960s helped
jump-start the art show that has since become a Lawrence tradition.
The F.A.N. Club, a group of Lawrence artists, is participating in a
collaborative exhibit with artists from Ottawa, Canada. Club
members are, from left, Diana Dunkley, Margaret Rose, Nan
Renbarger, Ann Kuckleman Cobb, Susan Jordan, Missy Hamilton, Laurie
Culling, J. Geer Kellas and Cathy Tisdale.
By Ann Kuckelman Cobb
By Laurie Culling
Each F.A.N. Club member created a panel using images of Ottawa,
Canada, that will be assembled into a larger artwork for the
international show. In a similar manner, the Canadian artists used
images of Lawrence. This panel is by Nan Renbarger of Lawrence.
Henry Fortunato, a Kansas University graduate student, is the
project director of a soon to be unveiled extensive Web site on the
history of KU. Fortunato was photographed last week with one of the
large panels that will accompany the project and will be on display
in the Kansas Union.
Siegfried Jaster, 61, of Swartz Creek, Mich., a diemaker,
participates in a bi-weekly yoga class at a General Motors tool and
die plant in Flint, Mich. As health care costs increase, more
companies are looking to workplace wellness programs to improve
their employees' health and reduce medical claims.
Diana Deutsch, vice president of University National Bank, 1400
Kasold Drive, left, and Todd Sutherland, bank president, review a
loan file for approval. University National Bank ranks first in
issuance of home loans among Douglas County banks, according to a
Bikers wearing Hells Angels colors gather in a parking lot at
Gretchen's Inn on U.S. Highway 95 in Bullhead City, Ariz., after
other Hells Angels members were involved in a shootout at Harrah's
casino in Laughlin, Nev. Rival motorcycle gangs armed with guns and
knives clashed at the casino early Saturday, leaving three dead and
at least 12 wounded.
DAVE MURPHY, director of Kansas Riverkeeper, finds an area of the
river totally engulfed by foam that he says is caused by organic
DAVE MURPHY, Kansas Riverkeeper, finds chunks of foam, a byproduct
of organic waste, floating in the Kansas River. Murphy suggests
that the foam is an indicator of the pollution caused by runoff
from cattle feedlots near the river.
oscar robertson (1) drives to the basket against New York Knicks'
Earl Monroe in this Nov. 23, 1973 file photo in Milwaukee.
A steady rain doesn't keep members of the Murphy family of Lawrence
from participating in the 19th annual Clinton Lake Cleanup. Hannah
Murphy, 6, and her mother, Mary Murphy, searched for litter
Saturday around a Clinton Lake picnic area.
medaglia d'oro, ridden by Laffit Pincay Jr., cruises to win the
Grade II $250,000 San Felipe Stakes back in March at Santa Anita
Park in Arcadia, Calif. Medaglia d'Oro will run in this year's
When Cindy Yulich sent letters to the state's legislators
encouraging them to support public-school funding, she says she
didn't find humor in what she considers a flip and disappointing
response from Sen. Kay O'Connor. Yulich was photographed Friday
with copies of O'Connor's letter and a return envelope addressed to
the Tax Me More Fund.
Members of the quilting circle stitch all their quilts by hand as
they share stories and traditions of their culture.
From left, Kepsey Fixico and Faye Baker, both of the Muskogee Creek
Nation, and Marilyn Thunder Hawk, of the Sicangu Lakota Tribe,
handstitch a fire-colored star quilt. The three Lawrence residents
are part of Piece by Piece, a group that uses quilting to share
skills and oral traditions with young people. The quilters, who
mainly use donated materials, are preparing to show their work to
the public May 9-10 at Osceola-Keokuk Hall at Haskell Indian
Boston pitcher Derek Lowe tips his hat to the crowd after pitching
a no-hitter against Tampa Bay. Lowe's no-no Saturday a 10-0 Red Sox
victory was the first in Fenway Park since 1965.
Vicki Vormehr keeps busy in the spring bouncing back and forth
between the softball diamond and soccer field.
Free State High twins Amy, left, and Katy Vormehr have been
four-year starters for their spring teams. Amy is a softball
infielder, while Katy plays soccer.
Poet Serina Allison Hearn