Former Kansas University basketball big man Scot Pollard appears in the independent horror flick, "Axeman at Cutter's Creek."
A class of pre-kindergarten students at Kids First Preschool in Lawrence celebrate an NCAA Tournament win by the Kansas Jayhawks. The photo was submitted by the classroom teachers, Julie Hafenstine and Stephanie Struble.
Kansas' Connor McKay beats out a throw to first base during Kansas' game against Oklahoma State Sunday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark.
Kansas' Justin Protacio is greeted by teammates after scoring a run during Kansas' game against Oklahoma State Sunday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark.
Oklahoma State's Aaron Cornell slides safely back to first base, beating the tag by Kansas first baseman Alex DeLeon during their game Sunday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark.
Kansas third baseman Jordan Dreiling makes a throw to first base for an out during Kansas' game against Oklahoma State Sunday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark.
Kansas right fielder Dakota Smith is unable to come up with the ball in foul territory during Kansas' game against Oklahoma State Sunday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark.
Kansas catcher Ka'iana Eldredge guards the plate against sliding Oklahoma State base runner Randy McCurry during their game Sunday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark.
Billy Price, 34, of Lawrence, has been a longtime friend of Kent Smalter and had a stepdad with ALS.
Father Emil Kapaun celebrates Mass using the hood of his jeep as an altar, as his assistant, Patrick J. Schuler, kneels in prayer in Korea on Oct. 7, 1950, less than a month before Kapaun was taken prisoner. Kapaun died in a prisoner of war camp on May 23, 1951, his body wracked by pneumonia and dysentery. On April 11, President Barack Obama will award the legendary chaplain, credited with saving hundreds of soldiers during the Korean War, the Medal of Honor posthumously.
Former Jayhawk Scot Pollard, right, shows his acting chops as the eponymous character in a scene from “The Axeman at Cutter’s Creek.”
Wichita State’s Ron Baker reacts after having the ball stripped from him by a Louisville defender during the second half of the Shockers’ 72-68 loss in a national semifinal on Saturday in Atlanta.
A map of Lawrence's newly designated cultural district highlights some of the arts, culture and natural amenities in the area.
Susan Tate, executive director of the Lawrence Arts Center, talks with community members gathered at Ecumenical Campus Ministries on Wednesday, April 3, 2013. Tate and others from the Arts Center are spearheading an effort to win an ArtPlace grant that would bring in resident artists to pursue a creative placemaking project in Lawrence.
A taste of the attractions to be found inside Lawrence's newly designated downtown cultural district. First Row: The Granada Theater, Lawrence Arts Center, Aimee's Coffee Shop, Second Row: Bowersock Mills and Power Company, SeedCo Studios in the Warehouse Arts District, Site of Langston Hughes' home, Row Three: The East Lawrence Waltz mural, Pachamama's, St. Luke's A.M.E. Church, Row Four: Turnhalle Building, Wonder Fair Art Gallery, Americana Music Academy.