tbh, sometimes our show volume is bit higher than whispers 

"I hope you have not been leading a double life, pretending to be wicked and being really good all the time. That would be hypocrisy.” — Oscar Wilde (Feeling Hypocritical? Don’t Worry: Everyone Else Is, Too, April 14, 2014)

The story of minor league baseball, in fields all across America. (Minor Leaguers’ Major Dreams, April 8, 2014)

*players aren’t necessarily drawn to scale

Feel like avoiding your friends and (ex) loved ones? There’s an app for that. It offers an escape route to keep you safe,” Split founder Udi Dagan told us. “It’s about regaining control over your life.”

So was  YOUR March Madness bracket busted already? Don’t worry — it’s supposed to be that way.

"The NCAA tournament is designed to deliver upset after upset after upset," ESPN’sPeter Keating told us. 

So, take heart, Billion Bracket Challenge losers everywhere. Nobody expected you to win, anyway. ("Long Odds: The Science Of Probability," March 26, 2014)

Actor, cultural icon and noted “Reading Rainbow” host LeVar Burton tells NPR’s On Point with Tom Ashbrook about how hard it can be to find a memorable book as a child — and how important they can be once you find them.

“The challenge as a fiction writer is to take a cliché and look at it again and again until it’s demolished.”
— Alice McDermott, Irish-American novelist (Irish-American Novelist Alice McDermott, March 17, 2014)