Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade, right, gets tangled up with Detroit Piston's Antonio McDyess (24) during the first quarter of Game 6 of the NBA basketball Eastern Conference finals in Miami on Friday, June 2, 2006.
Boston Red Sox' Kevin Youkilis, right, celebrates his two-run home run with Willie Harris in the ninth inning of their baseball game against the Detroit Tigers, Friday, June 2, 2006, in Detroit. The home run gave the Red Sox a 3-2 win.
Miami Heat's Antoine Walker celebrates as the Heat defeated the Detroit Pistons 95-78 in Game 6 of the NBA basketball Eastern Conference finals Friday, June 2, 2006, in Miami.
Texas Christian center fielder Ryan Pack scores as Oklahoma catcher Jackson Williams (20) gets set to tag him too late, Friday, June 2, 2006, during an NCAA regional game in Norman, Okla. TCU defeated Oklahoma 6-5.
Arizona's Kelly Nelson (21) celebrates with Chelsie Mesa after Nelson scored during the sixth inning of an NCAA softball tournament game against Texas in Oklahoma City, Friday, June 2, 2006. Arizona won 2-0.
Hawaii pitcher Justin Costi walks off the field after being pulled in the fourth inning during a baseball game against Kansas on Friday, June 2, 2006, in an NCAA tournament regional in Corvallis, Ore. Kansas won 9-6.
Kansas coach Ritch Price gives his son Ryne Price a high-five after Ryne hit a home run in the seventh inning against Hawaii, Friday, June 2, 2006, in an NCAA tournament regional baseball game in Corvallis, Ore. Kansas won 9-6.
This photo provided by the Idaho Potato Commission shows Italian Basil Potato Salad, made with a recipe that picks up on Americans' longtime affection for Italian cooking.
Robert Saxton, 14, left, Cody Winborn, 14, and Dacoda Reusch, 14, get ready for their 8th grade promotion from McLouth Middle School. Kathy Reusch submitted the picture.
Camell F. "Bob" Farha
Residents pray during a Friday prayer at a badly damaged mosque in Wonolelo, near the town of Bantul, Indonesia, Friday, June 2, 2006. The emergency phase of Indonesia's earthquake was far from over, the United Nations warned Friday, and one relief agency said with a half-million people left homeless the threat of potentially deadly diseases was high.
An Australian soldier looks on as looters run from a government store warehouse carrying office equipment in Dili, East Timor, Friday, June 2, 2006.
The family grieve over the body of a market dove-seller at al-Kindi hospital, after two bombs struck in quick succession at a pet market in central Baghdad, killing at least five people and wounding 57 in Iraq Friday, June 2, 2006. The explosives were left in bags at the entrance and the center of the al-Ghazil market, where Iraqis can go every Friday to buy dogs, birds, snakes and other animals.
Junior, left, and Jeffery share a cone of French vanilla ice cream in Dothan, Ala., Friday, June 2, 2006. Owners Norbert and Molly Jaroch have been taking the 25-year-old African grey parrots for a cone about once a week ever since they discovered the birds affinity for sweet treats about five years ago.
An unidentified driver pulls in to traffic while using a cell phone in Lawrence, Kan., Friday, June 2, 2006. City officials in this college town are proposing the most aggressive cell phone ban in the country. The proposal would ban the use of hald-held and hands-free cell phones by drivers.
Emergency crews work the scene of a plane crash in Long Island Sound off of the Groton-New London Airport in Groton, Conn., Friday June 2, 2006. A Learjet owned by religious broadcaster Pat Robertson crashed while flying in heavy fog Friday, killing the two pilots and injuring three passengers, the Coast Guard said. Robertson was not aboard.
French actors Solene Bouton, left, Xavier Robic, center, and Francois Berleand, are seen in this Dec. 21, 2005 picture, supplied by Canal Plus, in a scene from the French adaption of the classic British comedy "The Office." Judging by the hilarious French version, workers pretty much complain about the same things as their English counterparts: a lunatic boss, exasperating co-workers and generalized boredom. "Le Bureau," which premiers this week on Canal Plus, is the first time that the BBC comedy which also spawned an American verion on NBC last year has been translated.
Glen Davis, left, and Don Roehl serve wine at the Trinity Episcopal Church Art Show and Sale, which was April 29. The event included a cocktail buffet, poetry readings and music.
Gene and JoAnn Van Hoesen
From left, Abby Wagner and her father, Scott Wagner, Steve Lane and Cheryl Samp decorate invitations at Van Go Mobile Arts during the Spring Day of Caring, which was April 29. They were among 500 volunteers who completed service projects in the community.
From left, Diana Grosso, the Rev. Andrew Grosso, the Rev. Oliver Lee Jr. and Kelly Lee attend the Trinity Episcopal Church Art Show and Sale on April 29.
Donald and Marylin Landis
Volunteers gather for a photo during a kickoff breakfast on the Spring Day of Caring, which is coordinated by the Roger Hill Volunteer Center. Nearly 200 volunteers attended the breakfast April 29 at Free State High School before completing community service projects.
Kappa Kappa Psi members, from left, Kate Matter, Sarah Zimmerman and Emily Seifert volunteered their time to paint at the Boys and Girls Club during the Spring Day of Caring on April 29.
Elise Hofer and Adam Derstine
Brad and Kristin Peterson
Maggie and Stan Harris
George Marshall and Jennifer Garcia
Justin Blumreich and Ashley DeFries
Christina Case and Jeffrey Harvick
Roger Hill Volunteer Center Manager Margaret Perkins-McGuinness, left, and Erin Urich, AmeriCorps member for the Roger Hill center, coordinated the Spring Day of Caring, which was April 29. Nearly 500 volunteers were matched with 40 service projects, benefiting 24 local not-for-profit and human service organizations.
From left are Katherine McGillivray, Dru Sampson, Mary Carol Shahan, Fifi Paden, Joanne Feist, Polly Spencer, Bob Shahan, Cheryl Flessing and Judy Greer Davis. They provided a lavish buffet, "Finger Foods by Fifi," for the Trinity Episcopal Church Art Show and Sale, which was April 29.
Bonnie and NIcholas Cherry
Amy Flohrschutz, left, Barbara Bartz and Levi Flohrschutz volunteered their time at Kansas University's Audio-Reader Network unpacking and arranging mugs during the Spring Day of Caring on April 29.
Aquila associates volunteer their time and talents at the United Way Center for the Spring Day of Caring. Taking a break from their exterior cleanup and maintenance tasks are, from left, Joe Roberts, Gloria Eberle, David Bellinder, Travis Logan, Steve Watson, Chuck Hoag and Steve Coleman. Wet weather during the Spring Day of Caring delayed the group's activities until May 11.