Shanghai correspondent Frank Langfitt gets down to business at NPR’s DC HQ for a reddit AMA. Assisting are Mel Kramer (right) and super intern Lauren Katz. Link:
2014 Boston Marathon -- A Race To Remember -
I’m writing this while waiting in Tokyo for our final flight home to Okinawa. I’m trying to find the words to describe Monday’s race experience but it isn’t easy.
The morning of the race, I woke up early to check my Facebook and email accounts. I could not believe the number of “good luck”…
Yellow Line Metro train rolling on in (at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport)
How’d they do? These numbers are your key to tracking their results on the BAA website.Eric Ashe = 133Amanda Burgess = 33130Demi Clark = 27968Matthew Conlon = 27935Dawn Castillo Harper = 34699Jannine Myers = 18298Amelia Nelson = 28108Arielle Rausin = W112
NPR’s Rachel Martin spoke to Amelia Nelson for Weekend Edition’s Sunday Conversation.
Take a listen:
Washington Street in Wellesley; the half-way point. Today it’s empty. Tomorrow it’ll be a different story.
— Wright Bryan
The sun is shining on Boston Today. (at Copley Square)
Every stoop on Commonwealth Avenue is lined with these yellow tulips in blue pots. Boston Marathon 2013 colors.
— Dawn Castillo Harper