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Thursdays Are From Mars: Vintage Baseball Jerseys and Parenting Wisdom
Men! What are they thinking? We can't always answer that, but we'll be posting our favorite glimpses into their world in this space every Thursday.
* You don't have to be a sports fan to appreciate the Flannel of the Month blog which tells the stories behind historical baseball shirts. [Flannel of the Month]
* On this week's Moth podcast, TV on the Radio's Kyp Malone tells the sweet, funny story of using a traumatic event from his childhood to shield his daughter from the world's impatience. [The Moth]
* "When I read about people of great character like this, I am inspired to stay true to my own values, give back to the world, and be thankful for the freedoms we all take for granted."—Gary Sinise on Unbroken, the story of Louis Zamperini, a juvenile delinquent turned Olympic runner turned World War II POW. [O Magazine]
* "Raise the aesthetic standard—the public is more perceptive than you think."—Walter Allner, the art director famous for getting everyone in the Time Life building to leave their lights on to spell out 500 for a Fortune cover, who died this week at 97. [NYTimes.com]
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