Won’t Slip Away

A new book by Boston Globe reporters Scott Helman and Jenna Russell details the intense scene in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing. A riveting excerpt recounts the police-ordered lockdown during the manhunt for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The unprecedented move to shut the entire city down was admittedly not without mistake. But ultimately the effort was suffocating and left a wounded Tsarnaev with nowhere to run or hide.

In Other News

Bring It On

NFL cheerleaders are mounting a campaign for higher wages and improved benefits – The Guardian

Let My People Go Fly Fishing

Yvon Chouinard’s new book preaches the basics of fly fishingThe Wall Street Journal

Vicious Cycle

There is no mercy in spin class – The New York Times

High Desert Boogie

Photos: An Arizona event showcases some of the world’s most scenic BASE jumpingOutside Magazine

The Road to The White House

A closed-down stretch of Pennsylvania Avenue has become a hot spot for pick-up street hockey – The New Yorker