Volunteers serve lunch in Douglass Park

Bob Marshall, center, and Ryan Pruitt, left, volunteer by serving lunch in Douglass Park. The program is in its eighth year. The program runs Mondays through Fridays from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Picking up a free lunch

Kyra Lorthridge, 6, picks up her free lunch Tuesday from the Douglass Park pavilion. More than 130 people participated in the free lunch program Tuesday.

Tenth and Locust development

An artist's rendering of the proposed mixed-use development at Tenth and Locust streets downtown. The development was approved for tax increment financing at the July 20 City Council meeting.

Shampooing and pampering

Judi Smith gets her hair shampooed at Rumors hair salon. "I know it feels good when other people scratch your scalp," said stylist Sarah Brown, rubbing shampoo into Smith's hair.

A mother's approval

Sarah Brown has owned her styling business for five years. She has been designing and playing with hair since she was 15 years old, often experimenting on her own hair.

Brown's mother, Darlene, originally did not approve of this enterprise. "She wanted me to go to college, but I didn't end up making it to college. So when I told her I was going to hair school she was like that was good too," Brown said.

Satisfied customer

Brandy Mizner-Klearman has been coming to Rumors for three years. The salon is open Tuesday through Sunday but sees most of its traffic on Fridays and Saturdays.

Learning to run a successful business

Sarah Brown enrolled in Jerry's Hair School in 1995. Shortly after completing the program, Brown studied under Mary Smith, who has owned her own shop for over 25 years. Smith showed Brown how to deal with customers, how to be professional and how to run a successful business.

Merce Cunningham

This file photo provided by the Merce Cunningham Dance Company shows choreographer Merce Cunningham in New York in 2009. Leah Sandals, spokeswoman for the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, says Cunningham died on Sunday at his Manhattan home of natural causes. He was 90.

Katy Trail winery trip

The Deaton family of Houston, Chris Deaton, left, wife Kimberly Deaton and children Brandon, 9, left, and Natalie, 11, enjoy the view and beverages under the shade of a tree at Stone Hill Winery near the 239-mile-long Katy Trail, Thursday, July 23, 2009, in Herman, Mo.

Monty Perrigo waits for demolition derby to begin

Derby fan Monty Perrigo waits as the first car of Sunday evening's demolition derby drives onto the track at the Boone County Fair.

Inspecting Chris Bradshaw's damaged vehicle

Chris Bradshaw, 17, watches as his friends inspect damaged parts of his vehicle after he participated in the demolition derby on Sunday night that concluded the Boone County Fair.

Retiring from the Demolition Derby

Chris Bradshaw from Harrisburg retires his car in Sunday's Demolition Derby at the Boone County Fair.

Cars get stuck together

Justin Schafer smashes into Rob Heuer and becomes attached to the modified car Sunday in the Boone County Fair Demolition Derby. A tractor had to pull the two cars apart to continue the competition.

Jeffy Gonzales swerves

Mud flies as Jeffy Gonzales of Columbia swerves to avoid an oncoming car.

Jacob Reed versus Jake Winston at demolition derby

Jacob Reed, in the car labeled "7x," and Jake Winston, in the orange car, battle it out in the mud pit at the Boone County Fair Demolition Derby on Sunday.

Reed versus Winston at demolition derby

Jacob Reed in the car labeled "7x" and Jake Winston in the orange car at the Boone County Fair Demolition Derby on Sunday.

Compact division of demolition derby

Three cars crash into one another in the compact division of the Boone County Fair Demolition Derby. The division opened with 11 cars, but only one remained running.

Shielding eyes at demolition derby

Attendees shield their eyes from the sun during Sunday's demolition derby.

Trevor Howard revs his car's engine

Derby participant Trevor Howard revs his car's engine before the start of the 2009 demolition derby at the Boone County Fair.

Burning Car

Randy Calvert from Harrisburg out of his burning car during a final heat of the Boone County Fair Demolition Derby. Calvert had previously won the stock car heat.