Molly DesBaillets dances with her 5-year-old daughter, Claire DesBaillets, Aug. 17, 2007, during the Trout Fishing in America concert at the Lied Center.
Bryn Maughmer, left, and David Graham talk while lounging on the lawn July 4 at Burcham Park, waiting for the fireworks to begin.
Models participate in the Fashion Monsters Fashion Show on Oct. 13, 2007, at the Replay Lounge. The fashion show, hosted by Kate Furst, benefited the Social Service League.
Jet the quarter horse gets plenty of attention July 17. Tami Parris straps her son, Hunter Parris, 2, into the saddle and 8-year-old Nate Owens pets it before the Jackpot Barrel Race at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds.
Kansas University sophomore Justin Thornton, left, intercepts a pass Nov. 3, 2007, in the fourth quarter during the Jayhawks' 76-39 victory against Nebraska at Memorial Stadium.
Amanda Cooper, a Kansas University alumna from Olathe, celebrates as the final seconds wind down in the Jayhawk's 30-24 victory against Kansas State Oct. 6, 2007, amidst Wildcat fans at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan.
The Fresh Produce Art Collective is a group of artists that meets to share ideas and organizes group art shows. The collective is, from top left, Jeremy Rockwell, Charles Ray, Matt Ridgway; middle row from left, Yuri Zupancic, Aaron Storck; bottom row from left, Whit Bones and Kate Furst.
Kansas University sophomore Melissa Heyrman practices her backstroke during the Aquahawks Invitational at the Lawrence Indoor Aquatic Center.
Brett Hamby, left, and Thomas All inspect each other's costumes Oct. 31, 2007, in Mrs. Greene's first-grade room at Pinckney Elementary School. The class lined up to march to Lawrence Memorial Hospital to go trick-or-treating with the rest of the school.
Cherry Jordon, of Lawrence, far right, greets her husband, Cpt. Matthew Jordon, with a kiss Sept. 14, 2007, during a welcome back ceremony for the Kansas National Guard at the Kansas Expocentre in Topeka. On the left, Todd Loughney, of Topeka, gets a look at his 3-month-old son, Keagan Loughney, with his wife, Karma Loughney. About 220 members of the Kansas National Guard were welcomed home.