Camp participants move their completed boat outside to a trailer before heading to Forest Park to launch and row it, during Boat Building Camp at Building Futures in Old North St. Louis on Friday, July 15, 2022. Camp participants went on the lake in three boats: the boat they built this week, a boat built at the camp in 2019 and a boat built by camp instructor Jay Reeves when he learned how to build a Bevin's Skiff boat.Go to link
Nine-year-old Armod Collard and eight-year-old Kendall Gray hold hands under a fountain at Tower Grove Park in St. Louis, Mo. on June 13, 2022.
Cathy Nordgaarden, right, of the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team, gives what she called "emotional and spiritual support" to Phillis Sims, of University City, left, at the Multi-Agency Resource Center for flood relief at Centennial Commons in University City on Thursday, August 4, 2022. After overnight flooding, Sims woke up on July 26 in a bed that was floating in four feet of water.
The Longhorn Band in the Bevo Parade on San Jacinto Blvd. in front of Darrell K. Royal Texas-Memorial Stadium on Saturday April 23, 2022.
Protestors stand behind a Ukranian flag on 11th St. in front of the Texas State Capitol on Feb. 27, 2022.
Deb and Jim Lefler dance at Jo’s 15th Annual Chili Cookoff on Congress St. in South Austin on Feb. 6, 2022.
Earlene Clancy, mother of Izeyah Clancy, is comforted by NeeNee Williams, stepmother of Izeyah Clancy, after releasing balloons in his memory in front of the Lighthouse Church in south Pittsburgh on June 9, 2021. Izeyah Clancy was shot on May 27 and died the next day.Go to link
Royce Parham of North Hills High School blocks a shot in the PBC Summer League championship game against Fox Chapel High School on July 1, 2021 at the Montour Athletic Center in McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania.Go to link
Philip Owen and Casey Seymour at the Mosaic Sound Collective on Apr. 17, 2021. In an industry with higher depression and anxiety rates than the general population, music professionals find escape and relief in substance use, especially when alcohol and drugs become commodities.Go to link
An attendee lights a candle and grieves the death of Vanessa Guillen in front of Dallas City Hall on July 7, 2020.