Other interesting stories in The Washington Post:

John Roberts, Anthony Kennedy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen Breyer at the State of the Union. (Jason Reed/Reuters)

Yes, Ruth Bader Ginsburg was falling asleep during the State of the Union — you have a problem with that? At least she showed up, unlike some Supreme Court justices. Al Kamen and Emily Heil report that Ginsburg frequently nods off during these speeches and has joked about it. (David Souter, she has said, used to be her designated nudger.)

Alex Ovechkin and other D.C. athletes send Valentine’s greetings in their native languages. The best part of this video is that none of them realize how adorable their accents are. . . . How Jodi Picout and other bestselling authors celebrate Valentine’s Day. Also: The awkward politics of the Kiss Cam. (Flashback: How the Obamas finessed their Kiss Cam moment.)

(Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post)

“I took the highest seat. I figured they’d eat the people down below me before they’d get to me.”

— Davey Johnson on his strategy for finding a seat in the caravan for his wild-animal safari in Africa last month, a rare vacation for the hard-working Nats manager, reports our colleague Adam Kilgore.

Looking for Thursday’s Reliable Source? Start here: Westminster dog show, D.C.’s Ellen Charles has two winners in the ring