"An Explorer in the World of Insects" --At least one kid out there is probably going to read this beguiling profile of entomologist Richard Pollack, start collecting creeping, flitting, and skittering things, and wind up as a scientist. By Andrew Remus in the Boston Globe.
On the other hand, get a load of this unlovely beast, in DISSECTING DUST BUNNIES:
Nothing like a little disgust at what lies underfoot to brighten the morning news, eh? Mike Lafferty at the Columbus Dispatch enterprisingly got some entomologists to explain the grunge and the grotty creatures which, as he limns in his lede, "The slightest breeze or movement" send "rolling like tumbleweeds from their breeding spots beneath the bed and couch and behind the refrigerator."