Sarah Biles inspects dinosaur bones encased in plaster in a storage
room at Science City in Kansas City, Mo. The 144-million-year-old
bones from a camarasaurus, nicknamed Lyle, will be reassembled in a
new $1 million preparation lab at Science City. The lab can be
viewed by the public from behind glass. Biles, a public relations
specialist at Science City, visited the storage room last week.
James Patrick installs a display case at the new dinosaur exhibit
at Science City in Kansas City, Mo. The new $1 million preparation
lab at Science City allows exhibit-goers to watch lab technicians
assemble a 144-million-year-old camarasaurus.
A family of undercover superheroes, while trying to live the quiet
suburban life, is forced into action to save the world in "The
Singer Petra Haden is the daughter of jazz bassist Charlie Haden
and a frequent collaborator with artists such as Beck and Mike
Watt. Her latest album is an unusual effort, an a cappella version
of The Who's classic album, "The Who Sell Out."
A man named Honest John has a jerk chicken booth across the street
from where Journal-World photographer Richard Gwin stays when he's
in Jamaica. "He gets up at about 3 o'clock in the afternoon and
starts his preparation for his jerk cooking," Gwin says of Honest
John, pictured above.
Photo Gallery: Island spice
Allspice, Scotch bonnet peppers and thyme are common spices in the
wide variety of jerk seasoning used to barbecue chicken. Other
ingredients that are often added include: garlic, scallions,
ginger, cloves, cinnamon and black pepper.
Photo Gallery: Island spice
A Jamaican sets up his roadside barbecue stand in the late
afternoon to be ready for evening sales. On the Caribbean island,
such stands are popular, and most specialize in jerk chicken,
though some have fare as varied as lobster pizza, oxtails, curry
goat or jerked pork.
Photo Gallery: Island spice
Lead defense attorney Pedro Irigonegaray walks into the courtroom
late Tuesday to tell reporters to have a nice day as jurors
deliberated all day to no conclusion in the trial of Kansas State
University Professor Thomas E. Murray.
Visitors look at shoes of Jews killed by the Nazis at the Yad
Vashem Holocaust Memorial's new museum in Jerusalem. Leaders and
dignitaries from some 40 countries attended the opening Tuesday of
the museum, which focuses on the personal tragedies of the 6
million Jews who perished in the Holocaust.
U.S. Postal Service employees sit in the waiting area of D.C.
General Hospital before being screened for anthrax contamination in
Washington. Tests on Tuesday showed that a substance believed to be
anthrax was not.
Alabama A&M players, from left, Joe Martin, Brandon Neloms,
Kudus Ogbara and Chris Collins, salute their fans after their loss.
Oakland won the NCAA opening-round game, 79-69, Tuesday in Dayton,
Oakland forward Cortney Scott tries to dunk over Alabama A&M
defender Chris Collins in the second half. Scott missed the dunk --
but got the rebound -- and scored 21 points as the Golden Grizzlies
won their NCAA opening-round game, 79-69, Tuesday in Dayton, Ohio.
They will face North Carolina in the first round on Friday in
Missouri's Linas Kleiza, left, and Jason Conley defend DePaul's
Cliff Clinkscales during their first-round NIT game. The Tigers
lost, 75-70, Tuesday in Columbia, Mo.
Bucknell's Chris McNaughton (32) shoots against Lafayette. The
Bison won the Patriot League tournament quarterfinal game, 70-34,
en route to the league championship.
Utah's Andrei Kirilenko, left, battles Cleveland's Drew Gooden for
a rebound. Gooden had 10 points and 10 rebounds in the Cavaliers'
92-73 victory over the Jazz on Tuesday night in Cleveland
Joe Nacchio, former Qwest chairman and chief executive officer, and
six other executives have been charged by the SEC with
orchestrating a "massive financial fraud" that hid billions in
revenue. Nacchio was pictured in 2001 at his office in downtown
Manager Erin Mahoney works Tuesday at Extreme Christian Clothing.
Bernard Ebbers, 63, exits a federal courthouse Tuesday in New York
with his wife Kristie. Ebbers, who built WorldCom into a
telecommunications titan, was convicted Tuesday of engineering an
accounting fraud that would sink the company.
Tonya Hernandez, center left, and friend Marcela Castillo, 17,
console each other at the site of a multiple homicide early Tuesday
near Dallas. A man in a Jaguar stood up through the sunroof and
opened fire with an assault rifle on another moving vehicle early
Tuesday, killing three men and critically wounding a fourth, police
Red-tailed hawk Lola, left, eats a meal brought to her by her mate,
Pale Male, at their nest atop a posh co-op apartment building on
New York's Fifth Avenue, where the birds were taking turns sitting
on at least one egg. Owners of the building removed the huge nest
on Dec. 7 on grounds it was a health and safety hazard, but they
later bowed to public outrage and pressure from the city and
environmentalists to have its underpinnings reinstalled.
Rebecca Sealfon, 13, of Brooklyn, N.Y., reacts after winning the
70th annual National Spelling Bee in this May 29, 1997, file photo.
Spelling bees have grown in popularity in the last few years; ESPN
has televised the national competition since 1994.
This photo provided by the Idaho National Guard shows a newly discovered species of fairy shrimp. At left is the female and on the right is a male. Biologists with the Idaho National Guard have discovered the species living in the oft-dry lake beds of Idaho's desert. Though they look delicate enough to match their name, they are strong enough to survive, unhatched, for years in the baking heat of summer and the frozen tundra of winter until enough rain falls and the pools return.
Corbin Francisco, 11, of the Gorillas Youth Football League team takes a walk with his No. 1 fan and cousin, Savannah Farrar, 2. Corbin is the son of Greg and Lara Francisco, and Savannah is the daughter of Ken and Carrie Farrar, all of Lawrence. Carol McCaffrey, the children's grandmother, submitted the picture.