The southernmost home in the United States has been recently
A harpist greets passengers embarking on a sunset cruise aboard the
schooner Western Union.
Watching the sunset, this one on Key Largo, is a nightly ritual in
the Florida Keys.
Ashes the cat enjoys the warmth of a wood-burning fireplace by Bis.
This 1919 calendar plate reads "Peace with Honor, Neosho
Cooperative Company." It is 9 1/4 inches in diameter. The plate is
worth about $50.
Jon Hobble, who plays Bernard in "Don't Dress for Dinner,"
threatens Marion Constantinescu, who plays Robert, with tongs. The
play opens Friday at the Lawrence Community Theatre.
PHILADELPHIA QUARTERBACK DONOVAN MCNABB (5) eludes Tampa Bay
linebacker Derrick Brooks. The Eagles ripped the Buccaneers, 31-9,
in the first round of the playoffs on Saturday in Philadelphia.
The Phoenix Bassoon Quartet will perform at 2 p.m. Jan. 20 at the
Lied Center. The concert will feature works by Latin and Italian
Los Angeles' Shaquille O'Neal (34) grabs Chicago's Brad Miller as
he is held back by the Bulls' Ron Artest. Referees are Dan
Crawford, left, and Derrick Stafford, right. In back is Bulls coach
Bill Cartwright. O'Neal was ejected from the game and faces an
automatic one-game suspension for throwing a punch.
Running a scene from the Gilbert and Sullivan opera "The Pirates of
Penzance" are, from left, Joshua Farrier as Frederic, Holly White
as Ruth and Joseph Campbell as the Pirate King. The opera opens
Friday in Swarthout Recital Hall in Murphy Hall.
Nick Collison had a rough go against UCLA. Collison was 2-for-4
from the field with just one rebound before fouling out in the
Jayhawks' 87-77 loss to the Bruins on Saturday at Pauley Pavilion.
Ku's Jeff Boschee, left, slips while being pressured by UCLA's
The UCLA mascots go crowd-surfing in the second half.
Oklahoma state's victor williams, right, tips the ball away from
Iowa State's Shane Power during the final seconds. OSU rallied to
win, 69-66, Saturday at Ames, Iowa.
Wisconsin's Travon Davis (2) drives to the basket against Michigan
State's Marcus Taylor. The Badgers snapped the Spartans' 53-game
home winning streak Saturday at East Lansing, Mich.
Members of the Tribe perform a song written in the Ojibway language
by member Wayne Silas Jr. The pine-and-cow-hide drum, made by
Haskell Indian Nations University employee Henry Collins, carries
an unfinished image of a horse, a symbol of powerfulness. From left
are Shannon Ross, Rusty Diamond, Jay Pewaush and Verlin Johnson.
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. acknowledges the crowd at the
Lincoln Memorial for his "I Have a Dream" speech during the March
on Washington, D.C., on Aug. 28, 1963. The march was organized to
support proposed civil rights legislation and end segregation. King
founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in 1957,
advocating nonviolent action against America's racial inequality.
Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964, King was assassinated in
1968 in Memphis, Tenn.
MISSOURI'S NATALIE BRIGHT, RIGHT, knocks the basketball loose from
Kansas University's KC Hilgenkamp. The Tigers pulled away in the
second half for a 66-48 Big 12 women's basketball victory over the
Jayhawks on Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse.
Kansas' Nikki White, left, and Brandi McGinest hang their heads.
The Jayhawks fell to Missouri, 66-48, on Saturday at Allen
UCLA's Jason Kapono, right, steals a possession from Keith
Gooden finished with 22 points, he hit just seven of 17 shots and
had five turnovers.
Kansas coach Roy Williams shows his frustration late in the second
UCLA coach Steve Lavin, right, works on an official. The Bruins
upended top-ranked Kansas, 87-77, on Saturday at Pauley Pavilion.
Kansas' Aaron Miles (11) finds his path blocked by UCLA's Jason
Kapono. Miles had five of top-ranked KU's 21 turnovers in an 87-77
loss to the No. 11 Bruins on Saturday at Pauley Pavilion.
Martha Ann and Jim Swoyer are retiring Oskaloosa's longtime general
store, County Seat Variety Store, after owning it since 1980. Jim
Swoyer said he's tried to find a buyer for the store, but has had
A U.S. Marine stands guard outside the detainee facility at the
Kandahar International Airport in Kandahar, Afghanistan, in this
file photo. Marines, who have been at the airport since December,
are being rotated out and replaced by Army soldiers.
U.S. Marines, from left, Sgt. Major William McKnight Jr., Lance
Cpl. Jason Bowers, Lance Cpl. Kirk Leighton and Lance Cpl. Billy
Austin sing "Eternal Father" at a memorial service at Kandahar
International Airport for the Marines killed in a plane crash in
Pakistan earlier this week.
Preliminary excavation is under way on the north side of the Kansas
Statehouse for a new underground parking garage and tunnel complex.
But as the 2002 Legislature gets ready to begin under the cloud of
economic troubles in Kansas, some people wonder why it's necessary
to cut funds for the state's schools and the elderly when there's
enough money to build covered parking for legislators.
Recovery work continues at the World Trade Center disaster site in
New York. A report released Friday by the New York City Health
Department showed that the twin towers' collapse is having
detrimental physical effects on people who live around the site.
Kenneth Lay, Enron Corp. chief executive officer, right, talks with
former president George Bush before the Houston Astros
regular-season home opener at Houston's Enron Field, in this photo
taken in April 2000. President Bush, then a presidential candidate,
is in the foreground. The friendship between President Bush and Lay
has been scrutinized since the energy giant filed the largest
bankruptcy in U.S. history.
A near-capacity crowd watches silent movie classic "Forbidden
Hours," starring Ramon Navarro and Renee Adoree, at the historic
Bijou Theatre in Lincoln City, Ore. In a renaissance of interest in
the old movies, thousands of fans around the world are flocking to
silent film festivals in Italy, London and San Francisco and
renovated film "palaces" in Los Angeles, Atlanta and Syracuse, N.Y.
This Oregon showing took place in December.
Dan Murry, Lawrence, does a wheel stand with one of his remote-control cars he had on hand in the parking lot of Ed Marling's, 27th and Iowa streets. Every other Saturday drivers test their skills on a track in the parking lot.