Denison linebackers warm up in front of a burning sky prior to the Yellow Jackets' annual rivalry game against Sherman High School on Oct. 17, 2014 in Denison, Texas.   The Denison-Sherman annual rivalry game, known as "The Battle of the Axe," is the longest continuously played rivalry game in the state of Texas, dating back to 1901. The winner of the annual game takes possession of an axe-shaped trophy which has the scores of every game engraved in its blade.   During this year's edition of "The Battle of the Axe," Denison dominated Sherman 42-20 on their way to picking up the school's 40th rivalry win and keep the axe in Denison for the second year in a row.
       
     
 Laura Boyd listens to state senator Mike Parsons (R-Bolivar), whom he introduced at the event today, announce his candidacy for MIssouri state governor at Bolivar High School in Bolivar, Mo. on April 30, 2015.
       
     
 Mechanical engineering junior Zainab Rassiwala has a turban tied to her head by G P Singh at the Desi Culture Night held at the University of Texas campus in Austin, Texas on March 1, 2013. The event was organized by the Sikh Students Association to showcase South Asian culture.
       
     
 James Anthony "Tony" Johnson plays his guitar next to the "Hey Cupcake!" trailer at the corner of South Congress and Milton on Feb. 8, 2013. Johnson has played in that spot for over 6 years, but will be forced to move along with the trailer after this year's South by Southwest festival, in order to build a hotel on the site.