The following venues are participating in the Downtown Friday Gallery Walk from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday:
1. Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vt.
2. Fields Gallery, 712 Mass.
3. Signs of Life Gallery, 722 Mass.
4. Silver Works and More, 715 Mass.
5. Southwest and More, 727 Mass.
6. Lawrence Arts Center, 940 N.H.
7. Olive Gallery & Art Supply, 15 E. Eighth St.
8. Kojo, 745 N.H.
9. Kimbari, 822 Mass.
10. Phoenix Gallery, 919 Mass.
11. Diane's Artisan Gallery, 801 1/2 Mass.
12. It's About Time, 816 Mass.
Kansas City Royals' right fielder Emil Brown hits in two runs in the first inning of an MLB baseball game with the Cleveland Indians, Saturday, April 22, in Kansas City, Mo.
This photo, supplied by ABC, shows new father Tom Cruise joined the cast of "Mission Impossible III" for an interview with ABC News' Deborah Roberts, in Los Angeles, Thursday night, April 20, 2006,to discuss the highly anticipated movie. The interview is one of the first that Tom Cruise participated in since the birth of his daughter. An abbreviated "20/20" television magazine show airs at a special time on Friday night, April 21, on ABC Television Network. The film opens in U.S. theaters on May 5.
Hand-crafted leather bags by Vania Escauriza and David Martinez at Southwest & More, 727 Mass.
"John Brown in Kansas," done with pen and ink and acrylic by John Hendrix, at Signs of Life Gallery
"Between Two: Circle to Curve," by Colette Bangert, at Fields Gallery
It's catnap time: Mom cat Pippi lounges with her sons Sherman and Rippi. They belong to Dr. Paul Morte and his daughter, Allison Morte, of Lawrence.
John Benedict carries bags of debris he picked up along a section of the Rail Trail in New Paltz, N.Y., on Saturday, April 22, 2006, as part of the New Paltz Clean Sweep.
The Lawrence Mothers of Twins Club hold their annual Easter Egg Hunt at First Baptist Church. Eight families attended the event with 16 twins and a total of 23 children. The club has 40 member families and supports all parents of multiple birth children.
New prime ministerial candidate Jawad al-Maliki, right, speaks at a news conference along with outgoing prime minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, second left Saturday April 22, 2006 in Baghdad, Iraq. A breakthrough in months of political deadlock cleared the way Saturday for Iraq's parliament to launch the process of putting together a new government aimed at pulling the country out of its sectarian strife.
A girl takes part in a workshop Tuesday, March 28, 2006, at the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami. About 30 teenage girls, some mothers and others deemed at risk, gathered around tables at the museum and cut up magazine pages to create a collage that will illustrate what it means to be a woman.
Victoria Barbee attended a reception for her father, the Rev. Leo Barbee of Victory Bible Church, Saturday evening at the Kansas Union. Leo Barbee founded the church in 1983, and church members planned several appreciation events for him this weekend.
Members of the National Socialist Movement, protected by chain link fence and Michigan State troopers, rally at the state Capitol in Lansing, Mich., Saturday, April 22, 2006. The white supremacists said they were taking a stand against illegal immigration, but their appearance was met by boos from counterprotesters.
New Orleans mayoral candidate Mitch Landrieu address campaign workers at his election night headquarters in New Orleans Saturday morning April 22, 2006. Landrieu is running against incumbent Ray Nagin in the first city election since Hurricane Katrina.
Douglas D. Scott, adjunct anthropology professor at the University of Nebraska, right, will lead an archaeological survey to examine Black Jack for historic clues.