Amy Berry of Bowling Green and her sons enter a synagogue of Bethlehem where a rabbi played by Jack Clark gives a sermon during Grace Baptist Church's annual interactive presentation of Walk Through Bethlehem held at the church on Sunday, December 11, 2011.
Easton Hewitt, 7, of Greenwood, Ind., falls while rolling a large plastic ring around the grounds at Jackson’s Orchard & Nursery on Saturday, September 3, 2011, during AppleFest. Hewitt’s family came to Bowling Green to visit grandparents and attended the festival.
Head monk Candobhasa, left, sits as a Burmese nun offers the mid-day meal at the International Buddhist Temple in Bowling Green, Ky., on October 12, 2010. Buddhist monks are not allowed to cook and traditionally rely on their communities for support.
David "Doc" Livingston plays a duet with his wife, Joyce Livingston, 82, in their home in Bowling Green, Ky., on December 4, 2010. Two strokes in the past five years and losing finer motor skills in her right hand have changed her life. The couple met at the University of Kentucky in Lexington during David's first semester at the college where both pursued a degree.
Around 12,000 supporters attended Mitt Romney's campaign rally held at Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, N.H., on November 6, 2012. Doors opened at 7:30 and the event was scheduled to begin at 9:30pm. Kid Rock performed.
Jesse Cain, 13, poses for a portrait on Thursday, September 19. His guitar was signed three times by singer George Jones.
Family and neighbors wait outside the scene on St. Louis Street in Fayetteville Saturday night after a fire pit explosion in a front yard left one dead and several injured.
Patsy Demundrun, 66, has pancreatic cancer but is not afraid of dying because of her faith in God. She is more afraid of what her friends and family that she leaves behind will go through. "You just have to take it a day at a time and try to give a lot," she says.
Liberty Morgan Centzler (left) prepares for her role as Marian Paroo in Friday night's performance of 'The Music Man' at the Lerner Theatre. The musical is Premier Arts's first full-length production in the newly renovated Lerner.
Protesters marched through the streets of Chicago during the 2012 NATO Summit on May 20, 2012.
A large crowd attends a vigil in Garvey Park in Dorchester on April 16, 2013, for eight-year-old Martin Richard, one of the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
Teams compete during a waterball contest held by the Nappanee Fire Department on Monday, July 4, 2011, as part of Fourth of July festivities held all day at Stauffer Park in Nappanee, Ind. Other events included a parade, free swimming at the city pool, contests, performances, youth baseball tournament and fireworks.
Because her husband spends all his day out in the fields, Tabitha Robertson and her two oldest girls are in charge of taking care of the calves. Here she holds one of the calves while her third and youngest daughter Bella, 2, has come out to “help.”
Doris Turner, mother of Errol Williams, sits on the porch of her home in Rockingham on Monday, September 16.
Eight-year-old Malachi Riley of Bowling Green takes a swing at a pinata during the Bowling Green International Festival on Saturday. The festival was held at Circus Square Park in downtown Bowling Green from 9a-7p.