John Hawkes portrays Lawrence artist Stan Herd in the film “Earthwork.” The feature is slated to premiere at the Austin Film Festival at the end of the month.
Jason Schwartz, Lawrence, uses a device to immediately check the value of a particular book on Amazon.com during the Friends of the Lawrence Public Library’s fall book sale. Thursday was opening night, which drew in many local library members and book dealers. The sale continues through Tuesday, with giveaway days on Oct. 10 and 11.
Toni Martin, Lawrence, right, runs through the Sixth Street Hy-Vee store, leading NASCAR driver Clint Bowyer, driving the grocery cart, center, on a two-minute, 33-second shopping spree Thursday. Hy-Vee and General Mills matched the $1,000 in merchandise collected by Martin and Bowyer and donated $500 each to ECKAN Just Food and LINK.
Members of a delegation from Eutin, Germany, sister city to Lawrence, pick out art pins created by teens employed at Van Go Mobile Arts, Seventh and New Jersey streets, during a visit to the center Thursday. From left are Hella Scheewe, Marion Vollertsen and Anke Ditscher. The delegation’s visit to Lawrence is in celebration of the 20-year anniversary of the sister city relationship between Eutin and Lawrence.
Seabury Academy’s Angela Thomas returns the ball against Christ Prep Academy. The Seahawks lost the match, 2-0, on Thursday at Seabury Academy.
Seabury's Calli Noller look to return a volley against Christian Prep Academy.
Veritas volleyball's Sarah McDermott fires a return against Christ Prep Academy of Kansas City Thursday night during a match at Bishop Seabury.