from left, Nick Widomski, Wyatt Kail, Jesse Kail and Matt Frye line up for pizza at the after-school supper program last month at the Brattleboro Boys & Girls Club in Brattleboro, Vt. The program, subsidized by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, provides nutritious meals to children in communities where more that half of households fall below the poverty level.
Boston guard Rajon Rondo (9) drives to the basket against Cleveland forward LeBron James, right. Rondo had a triple-double, and the Celtics beat the Cavs, 97-87, on Sunday in Boston to tie the series at 2.
Oakland starting pitcher Dallas Braden celebrates throwing a perfect game against Tampa Bay on Sunday in Oakland, Calif.
ABOUT 40,000 Taiwanese hold up candles to pray during the Taiwan National Buddha’s Birthday celebration Sunday in front of the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall in Taipei, Taiwan. Buddha’s birthday is celebrated in East Asia on the eighth day of the fourth month in the Chinese lunar calendar, and by statute on the second Sunday of May in Taiwan.
A baby with an amputated leg due to an injury sustained during the earthquake lies on a mat April 22 in the Enfant Jesus orphanage in Malpasse, Haiti. The catastrophic earthquake that rendered at least 1.3 million of its 9 million people homeless was the final push over the edge for families that could barely afford to feed their children before.
Three years ago, Marilyn Hull’s routine mammogram revealed a Stage I breast cancer that required two surgeries and 18 months of radiation and chemotherapy. Today, Hull says she is stronger — and a happier person.
Lawrence High’s Albert Minnis, left, will oppose Free State’s Cody Kukuk in tonight’s city baseball showdown, weather permitting. Minnis, a senior, has signed with Wichita State. Kukuk, a junior, has orally committed to Kansas University, but both might go pro instead.
KU's Robby Price celebrates with teammates after his three-run homerun to right field tied the game against Missouri at six on Sunday, May 9, 2010.