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Speaking of comic books, is there a superhero that Hollywood ISN'T making a movie about? This article lists a bunch of them.
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The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominations are out. KISS, Red Hot Chili Peppers and LL Cool J are first-time nominees.
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And while we're on the subject, here is a collection of photography showcasing the ancient ruins...of Detroit.
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Ten movies of the last decade that received no stars. Did you pay to see any of them?
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I wasn't going to link to the story of a 19-pound baby. but the kid is everywhere. I give up. You win, large baby.
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And we'll end the week with this: What would happen if you stole KFC's secret recipe?
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TASCHEN
Everything You Need to Know About Food in One Book
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If you find yourself mixing up nigiri and sashimi at sushi restaurants or don’t know which fruits are in season, then this is the book for you. Food & Drink Infographics, published by TASCHEN, is a colorful and comprehensive guide to all things food and drink.

The book combines tips and tricks with historical context about the ways in which different civilizations illustrated and documented the foods they ate, as well as how humans went from hunter-gatherers to modern-day epicureans. As for the infographics, there’s a helpful graphic explaining the number of servings provided by different cake sizes, a heat index of various chilies, a chart of cheeses, and a guide to Italian cold cuts, among other delectable charts.

The 480-page coffee table book, which can be purchased on Amazon for $56, is written in three languages: English, French, and German. The infographics themselves come from various sources, and the text is provided by Simone Klabin, a New York City-based writer and lecturer on film, art, culture, and children’s media.

Keep scrolling to see a few of the infographics featured in the book.

An infographic about cheese
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An infographic about cakes
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An infographic about fruits in season
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