Day after day, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev strides into the courtroom eager, it seems, to be anywhere but the tiny jail cell where he has spent most of the last two years. He chats with his lawyers who treat him kindly as they try to convince a jury that "life in prison" is the better choice.
Raisat Suleimanov remembers her cousin -- convicted Boston bomber Dzhokhar "Jahar" Tsarnaev -- as a sweet boy with a big smile who wept when Mufasa, Simba's father in the animated movie, "The Lion King," is killed by Scar, his evil brother.
Every year, during the "Greatest Two Minutes in Sports," bets will be lost, hearts will break and mint juleps will be sipped, but for many spectators at the Kentucky Derby and elsewhere, "It's all about the hats." And it's a time for the artists who craft these hats to sit back, rest their exhausted hands and look for their creations among the crowds on TV.