"In Phoenix, it's 113 all summer long. So, it just depends on where you are and what the weather is and you learn to accept that. Whatever it is, I'm going to be ready for it." — Dan Patrylak, 79 of Glastonbury, Conn., who had just moved back to New England from Arizona as the region braced for up to 10 inches of snow this weekend.
"Obviously we are here in October — we were supposed to do this show in August. Obviously, the stage is different, you are different and we are different. We are all changed by what happened then. But we are going to try to give you the best show that we can and to celebrate healing with you and to celebrate life and music with you here tonight." — Singer Jennifer Nettles of the country duo Sugarland, who delivered a rousing show Friday night for a packed house of fans in Indianapolis, 2½ months after a deadly stage collapse at the Indiana State Fair killed seven people.
"This whole ride, this team deserves this. This organization is top notch. ... This is definitely a dream come true. This is why you keep battling. ... I'm so glad to be a part of this." — World Series MVP David Freese after his hometown St. Louis Cardinals beat the Texas Rangers 6-2 Friday night for their 11th world championship.