4.13.16: Fewer Murders Are Being Solved, Faces of Addiction, & How to Choose a Partner
On today's show:
- Dara Lind looked into how those tensions may affect the rate of homicides being solved. She wrote about it for Vox: “Police Are Solving a Lot Fewer Murder Cases Than They Used To.”
- Anne Marie Zanfagna is a New Hampshire based artist who has begun painting portraits of those who have died because of drug overdoses in the state. Read more and see pictures of Anne Marie's paintings here: Portraits of Those Killed By Heroin Bring Healing and Awareness
- How to Choose a Partner is a book by Susan Quilliam, that offers guidance, practical exercises, and research on the patterns and influences that affect the decisions we make about love (from the “School of Life” series.)
- "Paul and Laura" from producer Emma Miller. Listen to this story again at PRX.org.
Listen to the full show.