Toronto Blue Jays starter Mark Buehrle pitches to the Tampa Bay Rays during the first inning Saturday in Toronto.
The Blue Jays' Rajai Davis, right, steals third base in front of White Sox third baseman Conor Gillaspie during the first inning of Thursday's game in Toronto.
White Sox starting pitcher Jose Quintana struck out seven Toronto batters in 6 2/3 innings of Wednesday's 7-0 win.
Terry and Sue Anderson walk the sledding hill at Rogers-Lakewood Park Wednesday. The couple are preparing for a hiking trip to the Grand Canyon, and the hills force them to use muscles they wouldn't by running alone.
Brian Davis, of Valparaiso, has several Frisbees for playing Frisbee golf. Each one flies differently, he says, like having a different golf club for different shots. Davis played a round of golf Wednesday with friend, Robert Hoover, at Rogers-Lakewood Park.
Brian Hoover, of Valparaiso, takes a shot at the 24th Frisbee golf basket on the Rogers-Lakewood Park course as he and Brian Davis play a round Wednesday morning. The two friends are avid Frisbee golfers. "Whether there's 2 feet of snow or it's a beautiful sunny day, it doesn't matter," said…
Origami, which began hundreds of years ago in Japan, has in recent decades attracted the attention of artists, scientists and mathematicians, said Vanessa Gould, director of the 2010 documentary "Between the Folds."
Rachael Pilarski, 11, of Valparaiso, gives her canvas a blue wash of paint Wednesday while Chesterton Middle School art teacher Jody Nix holds the canvas still during the Valparaiso University All About Art summer art camp at Rogers-Lakewood Park in Valparaiso.
Addison Keiser, 12, of Chesterton, paints an abstract landscape Wednesday during the Valparaiso University All About Art summer art camp at Rogers-Lakewood Park in Valparaiso.
Chesterton Middle School art teacher Jody Nix shows Colby Bullock, 9, of Chesterton, painting techniques during a Valparaiso University All About Art summer art camp Wednesday at Rogers-Lakewood Park in Valparaiso.
Addison Keiser, 12, of Chesterton, pulls her paintbrush across a canvas Wednesday while making an abstract landscape during the Valparaiso University All About Art summer art camp at Rogers-Lakewood Park in Valparaiso.
Wisconsin residents Acesa Vang, left, and his brother Tusa Vang paint abstract landscapes Wednesday along the shore of Spectacle Lake at Rogers-Lakewood Park in Valparaiso. The kids were participating in the All About Art Valparaiso University summer camp.
Nancy Rodgers talks about the suicide death of her eldest son, Johnny Laskowski.
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