Medeski, Martin and Wood performed at lawrence's Liberty Hall on
Tuesday night. From left; John Medeski, Chris Wood and Billy
Free State High's Mary Bernhardt, right, jumps over Emporia High's
Angela Rangel for a header. The Spartans toppled the Firebirds,
3-2, in the first round of their Class 6A regional Tuesday night in
Detroit's Jerry Stackhouse passes over Boston's Paul Pierce. The
Celtics defeated the Pistons, 90-81, Tuesday night in Auburn Hills,
Cuban opposition leaders give remarks after former President Jimmy
Carter's address on Cuban television. Carter called for the United
States to take the first step in restoring relations with the
island nation. From left are Regis Iglesias, Adrian Leyva, Oswaldo
Paya, Antonio Diaz and Pedro Pablo Alvarez.
Lawrence High's carrie Skahan attempts to score during a regional
soccer game Tuesday at the Youth Sports Inc. fields.
Lawrence High baseball players hoist their regional championship
trophy after defeating Manhattan. The Lions defeated Topeka, 6-1,
and Manhattan, 1-0, in the sub-state tournament Tuesday night at
Rep. Ward Loyd, R-Garden City, looks over congressional
redistricting maps. The House on Tuesday sent to the Senate another
congressional redistricting plan.
This 1989 Jeep Cherokee will be given away as the grand prize at
the Project Graduation 2002 celebration, which is 11 p.m. May 26 to
4 a.m. May 27 at The Granada. The vehicle was displayed Tuesday at
Free State High School, and it also will be displayed for seniors
at Lawrence High School and Lawrence Alternative High School.
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon checks his notes before
addressing Israel's parliament. Sharon said Tuesday that he will
not resume peace talks with the Palestinians until terror attacks
end and the Palestinian leadership carries out reforms.
Actor Mariska Hargitay talks with Neal Baer, executive producer of
NBC's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," on the show's squad
room set in North Bergen, N.J. An episode about priest sex abuse,
which had been scheduled to air next fall, has been bumped up and
will be ready to air Friday.
Dustin Adcock, 10, foreground, portraying Uncle Sam, and Austin
Trumble, 11, background, a railroad engineer, wait to pass out
programs for a school play. Tuesday Vinland Elementary School
celebrated Founders' Day with activities that included candle
making and playing hoops and sticks.
Sarah Whiston knows the job market is tight for college graduates,
but she's not worried. Whiston is already on the job designing Web
pages and logos for companies with her own company, 2nd Look
Maple Syrup and Apple Braised Pork With Horseradish Mash uses a
stylish combination of ingredients to dress up meat and potatoes,
while still staying within low-fat bounds.
Chunky Ranch-Style Home Fries calls for few ingredients, mostly
kitchen staples. Serve the fries with scrambled eggs or other eggs,
and a tossed green salad or sliced tomatoes, for an easy, tasty
Saturday Summer Strata is made from hearty bread cut into slices,
layered with cubes of cheese, pesto, prosciutto and tomatoes,
soaked with an egg-milk mixture. Its intriguing combination of
flavors would make it perfect for a brunch for week-end guests.
Oregon Salmon Hash is more sophisticated than the term "hash" might
suggest. It's made of sauteed potato chunks, plus onion,
half-and-half, Dijon mustard, salmon, chives and dill. The recipe
is from "A Real American Breakfast" by Cheryl Alters Jamison and
Bill Jamison, who recommend serving it with sour cream and a
sprinkling of capers.
Attorney Rodger Bass, left, and defendant Bobby Frank Cherry arrive
at the Jefferson County Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham,
Ala., for the first day of oral arguments in Cherry's murder trial.
Cherry is accused of participating in a church bombing that killed
four black girls in 1963.
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell addresses the media during the
NATO foreign ministers meeting in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Kennedy Fasching, 6, climbs on the playground at South Park while
her father, Craig Fasching, supervises. A state requirement for the
city to register as a child-care provider for its summer playground
program could make the program too costly for the Parks and
Recreation Department to continue after this summer.
Downtown Lawrence Inc. co-directors Melodie Christal, left, and
Maria Martin aim to attract more Lawrence residents to the downtown
area. The two, who posed Tuesday on Massachusetts Street, said one
of their goals is to create more specialty events, like the annual
downtown sidewalk sale.