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Restaurants Feed New Orleans' Recovery: 'I Knew I Had To Come Back'

After Hurricane Katrina wiped out the city 10 years ago, locals fought hard to preserve their deep-rooted cuisine. But devastation also brought opportunities for more experimental eateries to move in.
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Party Of 1: We Are Eating A Lot Of Meals Alone

We've never been more connected as a society: tweeting, texting, vining. But when it comes to eating, more of us are going solo. And even when we do have table companions, we may be tuning them out.
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Poet Richard Blanco On U.S., Cuba: 'We All Belong To The Sea Between Us'

NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Blanco, who was born to a Cuban exile family and read at President Obama's second inauguration, about the poem he will read at the reopening of the U.S. Embassy in Cuba.
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'Sesame Street' Heads To HBO. Is It A Win-Win For Kids?

Will the deal with HBO mean Elmo and Big Bird reach fewer low-income children ... or more?

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Swimmers Take A Dive Off Bluish Stones Of New York's Boquet River

The best rivers don't offer just one great swimming hole. They boast a whole chain of deep pools, high jumping rocks and great perches for lying in the sun with a book. North Country Public Radio sends a postcard from the Boquet River in New York's Adirondack Mountains.
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In Twitter Rant, Tinder Blasts 'Vanity Fair' Article On New York Dating Culture

In an outburst on Twitter, the dating app Tinder criticized a recent Vanity Fair article describing the hookup culture in New York City. Tinder said it was unfairly portrayed in the article, and reporter Nancy Jo Sales failed to seek the company's comment for the story.
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DNA Test Reveals President Warren Harding Had A Love Child

NPR's Robert Siegel interviews James Blaesing about the DNA test proving his grandmother's claim that his mother was President Warren Harding's daughter.
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Forecasters Predict Powerful El Nino To Bring Rain To The Dry West

Forecasters say it is highly likely an El Nino weather system in the Northern Hemisphere will last until the spring of next year. The El Nino could bring much needed rain to the drought-stricken West.
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Sesame Street's New ABCs: On PBS And Now HBO

For the next five seasons of Sesame Street, episodes will air first on HBO before they're made available to PBS for free nine months later.
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Chatty Marmosets Have Something To Say About Vocal Learning

Scientists have found that marmosets have the capability to learn calls from their parents. Studying the small monkeys may provide insights into developmental disorders in humans, like autism.

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