Fifth-grader Isaac White reaches high to drop a marble-sized sphere into a pan of flour during a Quest Club science experiment measuring impact on Thursday at Pinckney School. Quest Club, an after-school science program of about 30 students and organized by a handful of parents and teachers, aims to teach students the scientific method and prepare them for the science fair.
Former Jayhawks, from left, Bud Stallworth, David Jaynes and Wayne Simien pose at induction ceremonies for the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame on Sunday in Wichita.
Sopa Port Fonda at Port Fonda, 4141 Pennsylvania Ave., Kansas City, Mo. The spicy soup features pork belly, shredded pork shoulder, bacon-chile broth, fresh vegetables and a fried egg.
Tacos de Lengua are one of the best-selling dishes at Port Fonda, 4141 Pennsylvania Ave., Kansas City, Mo. The main ingredient is braised beef tongue, served street taco-style with spicy salsa, onion, cilantro and fresh lime.
James Hopper and Laurie Culling inside the Jazzhaus circa 1983. Shot on Kodak Tri-X with a Nikon F (no meter) and a 28 mm lens.
Kansas State receiver Tyler Lockett turns over his shoulder to pull in a touchdown catch before Kansas coernback Tyler Patmon during the second quarter on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012 at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan.
Some Kansas State fans body surf the student section after a touchdown by the Wildcats on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012 at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan.
The Complex, pictured here in 1966, was the most ambitious structure at Drop City. It was based on the Zome, a stretched zonahedral form that consisted of three 30-foot connected domes. It was designed by Steve Baer, who used Drop City as a laboratory for experimental architecture and had come up with the idea of using car tops because a salvage yard let the Droppers chop them out and keep them for as little as 10 cents a piece.
William W. “Bill” Hambleton
“Droppers” climb the Theater Dome at Drop City in 1967. The Theater Dome was used for performances, film and light shows. Its multi-colored panels were all cut from chopped car tops, and the colors were from the original paint on the cars.
Kansas University students Jamie Sanborn, Breanna Ellison, Michael Cooper attend KU School of Music’s 2012 Collage Concert and Reception Sept. 21 at the Lied Center of Kansas. Photo submitted by the KU School of Music.
On Aug. 25, the Cans for the Community board of directors celebrated $100,000 in total donations to local nonprofit organizations since August 2005. In order to achieve this goal, the organization recycled 7.1 million aluminum cans. Judy Bellome, CEO of Douglas County Visiting Nurses Association, accepted $1,000 for the association at the celebration. Pictured from left are Wendell McGaugh, Delmer Kruse, Linda Klinker, Linda Lang, Kathy Richardson, Mona McManigal and Will Lunn. Klinker, of Lawrence, submitted the photo.