In the old days, when a book came out it just had to compete with other books. But these days a book has to compete not only with other books, but also with blog posts and tweets and tumblrs and everything else in written form. There's only so much that readers feel like reading, and as a result, every year many good books get lost under a tide of prose.
Take a listen as Ryon and David visit with Dr. Donald Haragan, President Emeritus and professor of Geosciences at Texas Tech University. The three discuss faith, science and where the two meet in religion.
You can hear Faith Matters every Sunday at 5:00pm only on 89.1, Lubbock's Voice of the Arts.
Meg Lukens Noonan's adventure began with a simple curiosity. She happened across a website belonging to a renowned, fourth-generation tailor, John H. Cutler, and noticed a photograph of a $50,000 coat.
It looked "like any old blue overcoat that you might find in Macy's," she tells NPR's Jacki Lyden. "I didn't recognize it as being special just by looking at it."