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Curtain Call For D.C. Actor Rick Foucheux

Kojo talks to leading man Rick Foucheux about his distinguished career on D.C. area stages and how theater in our region has changed.

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Crunch Time: Can A Hip New Cereal Bar Help Kellogg's Revive Soggy Sales?

Kellogg's has opened a cereal bar near New York City's Times Square. It's part of a strategy to energize a sagging cereal business by tapping into nostalgia while creating a refined dining experience.
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As Bagged Salad Kits Boom, Americans Eat More Greens

Americans buy twice as many packages of bagged salad greens as heads of lettuce these days. Is the bagged stuff just as good? If it gets you to eat more leafy greens, yes.
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'Just Another Version Of You' Celebrates Norman Lear's TV Legacy

NPR's Robert Siegel talks to legendary television producer Norman Lear about some insights into his character featured in a new documentary about his life called Just Another Version of You.
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At LA's MOCA, A Celebrated Chef Serves Up Dinner As Art Installation

Craig Thornton is behind some of the most coveted meal reservations in LA. For the past five months, he's been melding dining, sculpture and taxidermy at the city's Museum of Contemporary Art.
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Pokemon Go Is Catching Us All — In Unexpected Ways

After being released last week, the augmented reality game is the most popular app in the world, landing people in odd places and weird, sometimes dangerous situations.
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2 Brilliantly Written Novels From Mexico Head Up A Wave Of Literary Talent

Critic John Powers says there's a boom in good fiction emerging from Mexico. He recommends Among Strange Victims, by Daniel Saldaña París, and The Transmigration of Bodies, by Yuri Herrera.
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Christopher Eccleston On 'The A Word,' And Rethinking His Faith After 'The Leftovers'

The British actor plays a grandfather in the new SundanceTV drama series, The A Word, about a family coping with a boy's autism diagnosis. He also co-starred in the HBO series, The Leftovers.
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Your Turn: Community Policing

It's "your turn" to join a conversation about where the D.C. region fits into the reinvigorated national debate about race, community policing and accountability.

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Slice, Dice, Chop Or Julienne: Does The Cut Change The Flavor?

When it comes to produce, the answer is yes, experts tell us. But the reasons are complicated — and sometimes mysterious even to restaurant critics, chefs and food scientists.

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