This rendering provided by Treanor Architects shows the revised building plan for a project at Ninth and New Hampshire streets, directly north of the existing Lawrence Arts Center. The plan was rejected Monday, April 30, 2012, by the Historic Resources Commission.
Logan Luce, a Kansas University graduate student, picks up some fresh vegetables from Nathan Atchison, of Atchison Farms, at the Lawrence Farmers' Market on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2011.
From left, Dr. Cheryl Biesterfeld, and dental assistant Steve Frost, provide care Friday, Feb. 3, 2012, for Calum Ochsner 8, Lawrence, at the Douglas County Dental Clinic, 316 Maine. The clinic provided free dental care for uninsured children in April as part of "Give Kids A Smile Day."
Joe Arneson drives a mower as he and other members of the Lawrence Region Antique Automobile Club of America mark spots on Monday for the club’s annual swap meet, which will be Friday through Sunday at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, 2110 Harper St. More information about the event can be found on the club’s website, lawrenceregionaaca.com.
Tony Housley, left, and Toben Mosier place a bronze sculpture of an American soldier and a South Vietnamese soldier at the Vietnamese American Community Memorial in Veterans Memorial Park Friday, Apr. 20, 2012, in Wichita, Kan. Babs Mellor, the lead sculptor on the project, said the statue depicts the side-by-side partnership of American and Vietnamese soldiers.
Step 8, option B: Finish by pinning up the braid with a barrette and adding more curls.
Step 8, option A: Gather hair into a low, side ponytail and wrap the braid around the base of the ponytail.
Step 6: Repeat the waterfall braiding of step 5 across the back of the head.
Step 7: Finish by braiding normally.
Step 5: Continue with a French braid variation — add chunks of hair to only the top strand before crossing it over, and once you cross this top strand over the braid, you’ll completely drop it, letting it fall through the braid.
Step 4: French braid the hair
Step 3: Start braiding from your forehead hairline
Step 2: Add some curl
DIY prom hairdo, step 1: Start with moderately dirty hair
A mason jar can be used as a vase for cut flowers or to keep cut herbs fresh, as shown.
A mason jar can organize makeup brushes or other items in your medicine cabinet.
A wide-mouth mason jar fits into a standard blender.
Lawrence illustrator Amy Moreno is pictured on Thursday, April 12, 2012, in her studio. A recently published book from the United State Department of Agriculture features Moreno's illustrations.
With a lid from Cuppow, a mason jar becomes a coffee mug. Add a coozie if you want to carry a hot drink.
Doris Schehrer, of Eudora, is pictured with her “family tree” of 18 great-grandchildren at her house on Easter Sunday, April 8. The great-grandchildren’s ages range from 7 months old up to 12 years old. Kim E. Neis, of Eudora, submitted the photo.
The famous Lawrence landmark structures at Teepee Junction, at the intersection of U.S. Highways 24-59 and 24-40., are now the site of the Lawrence Flea market, which will take place the first Saturday of each month. The first one of the season was in April.
Shoppers Jan Mason, Tonganoxie, left, and Sarah Stalker, Lawrence, right, check out the first Lawrence Flea market of the season on April 7 at the Tee Pee Junction. Stalker said she plans to join the vendors at the next Lawrence Flea, which is Saturday, May 5.
A little rain doesn’t disrupt vendor Cindy Roberts, above, her dog P.J. and her step-daughter Riley Wilson, 6, as they sell T-shirts at the first Lawrence Flea market of the season on April 7 at Teepee Junction.
An assortment of trophies are displayed for sale at the first Lawrence Flea market of the season.
Charlie the chug three years after being adopted from the Lawrence Humane Society. Judy Todd, Lawrence, submitted the photo.