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'Serial' Season 2 Checkpoint: Is it working?

When Sarah Koenig released the first episode of Serial season 2, Beyoncé-style, many were thrown for a loop. Not because Koenig announced that she would be focusing on Bowe Bergdahl, the U.S. 442 more words


"Everyone is talking about it..."

Unless you have been living under a particularly remote rock since the turn of the year, you will have at least heard of (if not binged watched and read several online theories about) the Netflix documentary series  1,046 more words


Voices in the Walls 13

Chapter two, continued

It was a long, uncomfortable night. Every time I fell asleep the swaying coach threatened to throw me to the floor. Fortunately the seat opposite us was empty, so I got Sarah stretched out there and held her in place by sitting with my heels braced against the edge of her seat, with her shoulder wedged against the sole of my boots. 573 more words


Chapter Six - Yana

A tiny poison dart frog came to rest on the back of her hand, gripping her skin with its yellow-purple striped, suction-cup toes. Yana slept deeply in a small tangle of this vast heart of darkness, Panama’s Darien Gap. 1,497 more words

Adnan Syed's Chance at New Trial Rests in Judge's Hands

(ABC)– The fate of Adnan Syed — the man at the center of “Serial” — now rests in the hands of a retired Baltimore City judge, who says he will make a decision about whether or not Syed gets a new trial in the coming weeks. 716 more words


Judge Deliberates on New Trial for 'Serial' Defendant

BALTIMORE — A retired Baltimore judge who will determine whether a man convicted of a killing at the center of popular podcast “Serial” deserves a new trial said the five-day post-conviction hearing that concluded Tuesday garnered more attention than any other proceeding he’d seen in the state. 713 more words

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Ember's Heart #45

Dinner was short. And light. Mostly soup.

Ember was disappointed.

Until a server brought her a plate of roast beef. She noted that no one else got one and glanced at Ean, who was talking to his grandfather Henlan, one of Trin’s favorites. 2,170 more words