Sacha Baron Cohen stars as the titular character in “Brüno.”
Lawrence collage artist Zach Hangauer will have a solo art show at Wonder Fair, 803 Mass., called “Zaguar Collages.” Hangauer says his source material is Look, Life, Saturday Evening Post, Playboy and holiday magazines from the late ’50s through the mid ’80s.
Shawn White, Director of External Operations for mobile and Web site monitoring company Keynote Systems, points Wednesday to a graph of the Department of Defense Web site performance, top graph, and availability, lower graph, at the company’s headquarters in San Mateo, Calif. This graph shows very poor availability and performance of the DOD Web site on Monday.
Betty Corel, far right, compliance officer with the Kansas Housing Resources Corp. and Sheila Robles, deputy director over rental housing, second from right, visit residents and units at Pine Crest III apartments Thursday in Eudora. Residents have had several complaints against the management company and the state responded with a unit-by-unit inspection Thursday. At left is Jean Farmer, a friend of one of the residents.
Hadley Hartwell, 11, and her brother, Ethan Lawless, 5, enjoy Christmas morning at their grandparents’ house. Their aunt, Andrea Rich, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Family members search for the graves of relatives Thursday at Burr Oak Cemetery in Alsip, Ill., after graves were discovered dug up Wednesday and bodies dumped into unmarked mass graves in an alleged scheme to resell the plots to unsuspecting members of the public.
Jeremy Murphy, left, and Jeff Coe, both of Independence, Mo., and both employees with V.F. Anderson Builders of Raymore, Mo., construct the stone block risers for fan seating Thursday at Lawrence High School’s new football field. The home side of the field will have 12 rows of seats while the visitors’ side, on the east side, will have nine rows.
Odin, a white Bengal tiger, dives for a piece of meat Thursday at the opening of the new Odin’s Temple of the Tiger exhibit at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo, Calif.
Sherron Collins high-fives youths at the Bill Self basketball camp June 10 at Horejsi Center. Collins spoke Thursday about being relieved to find out his mother, Stacey Harris, wouldn’t be diagnosed with cancer. Collins has been back and forth to Chicago to visit her all summer.