Former Kansas University teammates Russell Robinson, left, and Mario Chalmers talk about Chalmers’ sprained left ankle before a mixer/auction to benefit breast cancer research on Thursday at the Oread Hotel. Chalmers is hosting his National Championship Golf Classic today at Alvamar.
I spotted this distinguished looking gentleman in a parking lot in Carthage, Mo., and asked him if I could take his photograph. I used a small point-and-shoot camera I was carrying at the time. Most people are willing to be photographed when asked.
Volunteer workers Jeffrey Clark, left, and Danny Dixon sort through clothes that were dropped off at Penn House, 1035 Pa. Penn House is one of several social service agencies in town that accept used clothing and goods for resale or distribution to low-income residents.
An overview of the changes coming to the Lawrence Transit System's routes on Aug. 2.
Two sequined flags by Lawrence artist Kristin Morland will be a part of the POP art exhibit at the Lawrence Arts Center.
Two deer from the outgoing show “Animalia” await removal as Lawrence artist Ben Ahlvers, who is curating the upcoming pop art exhibition at the Lawrence Arts Center, works to direct the lighting around the walls in preparation for tonight’s opening. The exhibition, which features local, regional and national artists, will begin with a reception at 7 p.m. at the center, 940 N.H.
The MagnaGro production plant at 600 E. 22nd St. was declared “unfit for human occupancy" on Wednesday, July 21, 2010. City officials condemned the building and said operations won't be allowed to resume at the facility.
Basketball legend Lynette Woodard, center, works with a group of young players during a Rule 13 basketball camp Wednesday at Bishop Seabury Academy.
Then-Yankees manager Ralph Houk, right, visits with, from left, Yogi Berra, Mickey Mantle and Joe DiMaggio in this file photo from March 9, 1961. Houk, a Lawrence native who managed the Yankees of the early 1960s, died Wednesday.
Ralph Houk, then manager of the Boston Red Sox, waits out a rain delay in this file photo from June 13, 1982. Houk died Wednesday at 90.
Kansas City starting pitcher Zack Greinke delivers against Toronto. Greinke picked up the win in the Royals’ 5-2 victory Wednesday in Kansas City, Mo. Story on page 3B.
A Palestinian worker arranges bottles Wednesday to be filled with alcohol at a pharmaceutical drug manufacturing company that receives raw materials from Israel, in Beit Hanoun, northern Gaza Strip. Some of the hundreds of Gaza factories idled by Israel’s blockade are cranking up rusty machines to can tomatoes, mix concrete and press pills again now that Israel is allowing in raw materials for the first time in three years. But Israel’s recent easing of the closure appears unlikely to get Gaza’s battered economy back on its feet.
Protesters rally outside the Department of Agriculture building Wednesday in Washington, D.C., in support of Shirley Sherrod.
Rachel Elise fills out paperwork during casting calls for “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette.” Auditions for the reality show were Wednesday night at Renee Kelly’s in Shawnee.
Lawrence High School graduate Helene “Babba Hopkins” Eversbusch and her daughter, Grace, 7, greet the Chesty Lion.
Brittany Barney, seated, reads her diary aloud to the disapproval of her mother, played by Demy Potter, who is secretly listening during a performance of “Dear Diary” at The Granada, 1020 Mass. Barney and Potter are members of the all-female comedy group Girl(m)Prov.
Maggie Cargill, left, and Havana Mahoney pretend to be dead giraffes during a recent improv comedy performance at The Granada, 1020 Mass. Cargill and Mahoney are both members of the all-female improv comedy group Girl(m)Prov.
Maggie Cargill, in red shirt, performs during a Girl(m)Prov show at The Granada, 1020 Mass.
The Replay Lounge is one of four bars that has signed up for a new program called “Safe Bar Alliance — Not On Our Watch,” which is partially funded by a United Way grant.