Laura Engelhardt, Topeka, owner and vendor of Ebb & Flow Arts, demonstrates hand puppet Sir Zigg, which she bought from another vendor Sunday.
Isabella Sangui, Lawrence, knits near a rack of her handmade children’s clothes at her booth, Isabella Sangui Designs.
Kylie Wetnight, 10, and her mother, Julie, Lawrence, pick out a flower clip for Kylie’s hair against a backdrop of flower clips at the Sweet*tart Boutique.
The Happy Time Squares club members demonstrate their square-dancing talents on Sunday at the Fall Arts and Crafts Festival in South Park.
One of the first grasshoppers Leroy Mize, of Oskaloosa, made is pictured.
Leroy Mize, of Oskaloosa, looks over his collection of grasshoppers he’s made from old pipe wrenches, one of which is a 4-foot-long grasshopper that requires two people to move.
Kansas track and field standout Diamond Dixon is interviewed on the red carpet by members of the press before entering the Lied Center for the Rock Chalk Choice Awards on Sunday, Sept. 9, 2012.
Kansas basketball players Jeff Withey, left, and Elijah Johnson, wait on the red carpet before entering the Lied Center for the Rock Chalk Choice Awards Sunday, Sept. 9, 2012.
Fire/Medical quarterback Pat Karlin looks to make a throw on the run during the annual charity game for Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Douglas County Sunday, Sept 9, 2012 at Free State High School.
Jason Felbush, of the Law Enforcement team, looks for running room during the annual charity game for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Douglas County on Sunday at Free State High School.
Richie Whitis, of the Law Enforcement team, and his 2-year-old daughter, Eliza, watch from the sidelines during the annual charity game for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Douglas County on Sunday at Free State High School. The Law Enforcement team was made up of members from the Lawrence Police Department, Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and KU Public Safety Office. This was the third year for the charity showdown, and the third time that Fire Medical personnel won. Sunday’s score was 49-18.
Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical quarterback Pat Karlin, above at center, escapes the grasp of Law Enforcement team members Scott Jennings, left, and Jason Felbush during the annual flag football charity game for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Douglas County on Sunday at Free State High School.
Jared McDonald, Kansas City, Kan., plays a didgeridoo to a nearby pet at the booth of his friend Cy the Drum Guy of Baldwin City on Sunday at the Fall Arts and Crafts Festival in South Park.
Jamie Fletcher, center, heads the ball between defenders in the Jayhawks' soccer match against North Carolina State on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2012, at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex.
Darin Schneidewind rests inside a shelter at Clinton Lake Park after winning the Hawk Hundred trail race early Sunday morning, finishing with a time of a little over 20 hours and 18 minutes.
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Scott Heffley, senior conservator of paintings at Kansas City's Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, examines the Spencer Museum of Art's painting by Giorgio Vasari. Heffley conserved the work as part of the preparation for the Spencer's exhibit, "Giorgio Vasari and Court Culture in Late Renaissance Italy."
Daniel Day-Lewis portrays Abraham Lincoln in the Steven Spielberg film “Lincoln.”
Daniel Craig stars as James Bond in “Skyfall.”
Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars in the action thriller “Looper.”
Ian McKellen reprises his role as Gandalf in a scene from the fantasy adventure “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.”
This film image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Tom Hanks as Zachry and Halle Berry as Meronym in a scene from “Cloud Atlas,” an epic spanning centuries and genres. )
This film image released by 20th Century Fox shows Suraj Sharma in a scene from “Life of Pi.”
This film image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Ben Affleck as Tony Mendez, center, in “Argo,” a rescue thriller about the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis.
In devising his composition for “Christ Carrying the Cross,” Giorgio Vasari borrowed from several works, including this copy of Raphael’s “Lo Spasimo di Sicilia,” a reverse painting on glass that will be part of the Spencer Museum of Art’s Vasari exhibit.
The Lawrence River City Cosmopolitan Club presented a $30,000 check to Health Care Access Clinic representatives Kim Johnson, second from left, and Nikki White, center, during the club’s annual Installation Banquet, which was Aug. 11 at Maceli’s. The donation was made possible through proceeds from the club’s annual KU Credit Union Cosmopolitan Diabetes Golf Classic, held May 25 at Alvamar. Golf tournament co-chairmen Tommy Johnson, far left, and Mike Hertling made the check presentation, with 2011-12 club president Denise Johnson, far right. Johnson, of Lawrence, submitted the photo.