February 4 would have been Rosa Parks' 101st birthday. Of the many things in the news about her this week, I thought this story on NPR and this post from the Library of Congress were especially interesting.
This episode of This American Life (which was really an introduction to the new show on NPR called Invisibilia) was incredibly fascinating. WOW. (!!)
For as much time as we've spent on the official Roald Dahl website over the years, this was new to me this week. Heartbreaking.
I made pork carnitas from this recipe this week. A++.
This might be in the top five most fun things I've ever seen on the internet.
Harper Lee's previously unpublished book has me equally excited and sad.
Here is an extremely long and academic critique of Humans of New York that I'm not sure I fully agree with, but have been thinking about a lot all the same.
New to me, and now I can't stop hearing it.
When I was driving Maddie to Opelika last weekend for her all-state band audition, there was a radio station playing a 1987 Casey Kasem's Top 40 as if it were in real time (weird). But it made me remember how much I loved Janet Jackson.
Read anything especially interesting lately?