Dorie Greenspan’s Chicken, Apples and Cream a la Normande.
Caroline Kastor (10) beats Erica Campanelli (19) to the ball during the Jayhawk's soccer match against the Texas Longhorns Sunday afternoon at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex. The Jayhawks went on to win the match 1-0.
Erin Ellefson takes a shot during the Jayhawks' soccer match against the Texas Longhorns Sunday afternoon at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex. Although the shot missed, teammate Emily Cressy knocked in the rebound for the game's only score.
Shelby Williamson makes a play on the ball following a corner kick during the Jayhawk's soccer match against the Texas Longhorns Sunday afternoon at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex. The Jayhawks went on to win the match 1-0.
Texas players Kirsten Birkhold (2) and Kylie Doniak (15) give chase to Lauren Jackson (12) during the Jayhawks' soccer match against the Texas Longhorns Sunday afternoon at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex. The Jayhawks went on to win the match 1-0.
Kansas University’s Emily Cressy chases down a possession in the Jayhawks’ 1-0 victory Sunday against Texas. Story on page 3B.
Whitney Berry takes a shot in the first half of the Jayhawk's soccer match against the Texas Longhorns Sunday afternoon at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex. The Jayhawks went on to win the match 1-0.
Scott Riekeman helps his son Lucas, 3, Lawrence, pick the perfect pumpkin Oct. 3 at Schaake’s Pumpkin Patch, 1791 N. 1500 Road. At right is Lucas’ brother, Adam, 6.
Tamika Catchings, left, of the United States shoots the ball past Spain’s Anna Cruz Lebrato. The U.S. routed Spain, 106-70, in the semifinals of the Women’s World Championships on Saturday in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic.
Hutchinson Correctional Facility inmate and hospice volunteer Rudy Anderson laughs with a hospice patient in the prison clinic with other inmate hospice volunteers in this Sept. 24 photo.
Gavin Christopher Smith
British middle distance runner Colin McCourt runs on a machine for research Tuesday in a lab at St. Mary’s University College in London. Some experts say adding beetroot juice to your diet could give you a performance boost.
Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Elena Kagan stand for photographers after a formal investiture ceremony for Kagan on Friday at the Supreme Court in Washington.
Herve Diebholt from France poses for photographers during the “European Beard Championship “ Saturday in Leogang, Austrian province of Salzburg.
Activists gather at the Lincoln Memorial in the nation’s capital to participate in the “One Nation Working Together” rally to promote job creation, diversity and tolerance Saturday in Washington, D.C.
This artist rendering provided by SOMA Architects on Friday shows an exterior view of the proposed Park51 community center and mosque.
Nerf N-Strike Stampede ECS Blaster
Tonka Chuck & friends Chuck’s Stunt Park
Monster High dolls
Hot Wheels R/C Stealth Rides
Air Hogs Moto Frenzy
Paper Jamz guitars
A scene from Fritz Lang’s 1927 film, “Metropolis.”
Photographing with the sun coming from the side and slightly behind my wife, this field of wildflowers near Wilson Lake shows off a richer pallet of colors. Direct sunlight would have flattened the scene.
Photographing from below a sunflower displays the bright yellow blossom against a clear blue sky. The sun is also illuminating the flower from behind, helping the bright yellow leaves further stand out from the blue sky.
Bare branches offer contrasting shapes and lines against a blue sky and fall leaves.
Nick Krug used selective focus on the squirrel, turning the background scene into a muted and out-of-focus collage of colors.
In this image, former Journal-World photographer Thad Allender shoots from in a tree to offer a different autumn perspective. Unique angles can add drama and interest to a photograph.
Focusing on a single leaf draws attention to the bright color and contrast. I photographed the leaf against a dark background to keep the attention on the leaf.
An out-of-focus yellow background shows off a red foreground of fall mums. The photo displays a background ‘bokeh’ effect due to the telephoto lens and a larger aperture.
Maple leaves display their bright fall color against a green backdrop in central Lawrence. Focusing on a small collection of leaves directs more attention to their bright colors.
A ripe pawpaw fruit contains a bright yellow interior. Sometimes called the "Kansas Banana", pawpaws are the largest edible fruit native to the United States.
A large monument marks the grave of Henry T. Davis, who died in 1892, long before becoming the namesake of Henry T’s Bar and Grill, 3520 W. Sixth St. Davis had a farm on the property where the restaurant sits today.
Sarah Fayman, owner of Sarah’s Fabrics since 1973, couldn’t think of another name for her store, 925 Mass., so she settled on her own.
When coffee shop owner Cary Strong needed a name for his downtown business, he looked no further than the love of his life, Aimee Strong.