Oliver Peoples Phoebe
Mosley Tribes Aviatrix
Blinde Bagel Jr.
Oakley Square Wire 2.0
Versace Mod. 4077
Sunglasses wearer Maria Cho, 25, of Houston, prefers big, square-shaped shades that are trendy right now.
Bubbles, 4, is one dog tall and three dogs long. She belongs to Esther Parsons, of Baldwin.
Costumes and accessories from the upcoming film "The Devil Wears Prada" may even upstage acting by Oscar winner Meryl Streep. Designs from Chanel, Bill Blass, Valentino and more will be featured in the movie.
This cast-iron sprinkler, 14 1/4-inch-tall, is shaped like a mermaid. It sold this year at a Morphy auction in Denver, Pa., for a surprising $10,080.
Josie Naron, 10, Lawrence, gets her hair cut by Keri Truscello at Hair Experts in Lawrence for Locks of Love. Naron had 10 inches of her hair cut to create wigs for cancer patients.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson leads a demonstration against British Petroleum, parent company of Arco, at an Arco station Friday in Los Angeles. Jackson says he's conducting the protest to get the price of oil and gasoline reduced.
A funeral procession takes place Saturday in the Shiite slum of Sadr City, Iraq, for two men, Ahmed Abdullah and Jassim Mohammed. Both were killed Friday while marching to the Buratha mosque on the other side of the city to protest a suicide attack a week ago on the revered Shiite shrine there.
Author Patrick Quinlan's fast-paced thriller, "Smoked," is set in greater Portland, Maine, where he's pictured.
The Trump International Hotel and Tower undergoes construction along the Chicago River April 12 in downtown Chicago. The 92-story building is just one of many skyscrapers in the construction boom, unlike any seen in the city since the 1960s and '70s.
Thousands of people go to the Basilica of Guadalupe on Saturday in Mexico City to pray for peace and unity in Mexico ahead of the presidential elections on July 2.
Marines escort a protester back onto the curb during a protest Saturday at the main gate of Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base in Oceanside, Calif. Hundreds of protesters gathered at the base in support of seven Marines and a Navy corpsman who face charges in the death of an Iraqi civilian in the town of Hamandiya, Iraq.
Women's tennis players Serena Williams.
Tennessee women's basketball coach Pat Summit.
Women's tennis players Venus Williams.
LPGA superstar Annika Sorenstam.
Soccer star Mia Hamm.
Indy Racing League sensation Danica Patrick.
Tennis ace Maria Sharapova.
Teenage golf phenom Michelle Wie has won an adult USGA-sanctioned tournament, teed it up with the guys on the PGA Tour and raked in millions in endorsement money, making her the Journal-World's pick as the top female sports star in 2006
From left are Maurice Bryan, Ottawa University provost; Wes Jackson, founder and director of the Land Institute in Salina; and Alice Jo and Stanley DeFries, Lawrence. Jackson spoke at the recent Hostetter-DeFries Cultural Event Series at Ottawa University.