A community tries to save Shaman Drum bookshop in Ann Arbor.
Nan Mooney talks about finding her baby daddy.
A greener Mouse? Fred Pearce says--sorry Mickey--no.
Uh... President Obama, we know you've got a lot to do these days, but when are you going to pick your Women's bracket?
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On TV: Helen Benedict, author of The Lonely Soldier, was briefly featured in this NBC Nightly News feature on sexual assault in the military. Also, Alan Collinge appeared on Democracy Now! with Jesse Jackson, talking about crippling student loans.
On Radio: Lisa Mullins interviews Rashid Khalidi on PRI's The World.
In Print: A look at "Extreme Motherhood" by Quiverfull author Kathryn Joyce.
Online: More Kathryn Joyce on Salon.com: an article about Vyckie Garrison, a mother of seven who is a former member of the Quiverfull movement.