"Got Dominion?" is a piece Banholzer says focuses on using animals as commodities. "I was interested in just how people don’t even really think about the step beyond having things like milk or meat, about how much impact that has on the environment and animals,” he says.
Members of the Midday Ramblers of Lawrence, from left, Kory Willis, Paul Schmidt, Leo Posch and Mike Horan, perform to a crowd during last year's Kansas State Fiddling and Picking Championships in South Park. This year's competition starts on Sunday at noon.
WIC coordinator Jennifer Church, right, talks about how to use the book, "What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick," Thursday, Aug. 25, 2011, at the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department. The book and training are part of a growing Parent Health Literacy Project. From left are Hossein Z. Jooya, left, his 1-month-old son Milan Jooya, and his wife, Kobra Nasiri.
After being presented a signed 2010-2011 KU men’s basketball, David Booth, chairman and CEO of Dimensional Fund Advisors, watches a performance by Kennedy School pre-kindergarten students at the Lawrence Schools Foundation Community Education Breakfast on Friday at the Holiday Inn Lawrence. Booth, a 1964 Lawrence High School graduate and owner of the original rules of basketball, was keynote speaker at the event.
Kennedy School pre-kindergarten students perform "Itsy Bitsy Spider" at the Lawrence Schools Foundation Community Education Breakfast on Friday at Holiday Inn Lawrence, 200 McDonald Drive.
After being presented a signed 2010-2011 KU men's basketball, David Booth, chairman and CEO of Dimensional Fund Advisors, shakes hands with Jack Arensberg. Booth's first job was working for Jack at Arensbergs shoes. Booth, a 1964 LHS graduate and owner of the original rules of basketball, was the keynote speaker at the event.
Kansas University and city of Lawrence transit buses sit out in the sun Thursday at their new maintenance facility in the Timberedge Industrial Park north of the Kansas Turnpike. The city of Lawrence and KU jointly operate the nearly $5 million facility, which opened in April.
My husband is a hug KU fan. He grew up in Kansas and is extremely invested in KU basketball. My sister, a pastry chef in Cincinnati, Ohio, created this Rock Chalk groom's cake for him for our wedding on July 9, 2011.