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The Food Network's Chris Santos recently threw a cookout in which "a wide range of grilled meats" were wrapped in flour tortillas, including this recipe for Jägermeister Chicken Tacos.

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Billy Joel surprised a high school graduation in Queens, New York, with a question-answer session and two live numbers.

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"They have no mouths" and four more awesome facts about the atlas moth.

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On Friday, schizophrenic Casio keyboard poet Wesley Willis would have turned 50. Here's a retrospective that celebrates the indie artist and defends him from naysayers, dismissing his career as an exploitative novelty.

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In each episode of FX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, there are cryptic messages in the end credits.

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Now that the F.B.I. banned cigarettes in federal penitentiaries, prison gangs are charging sky-high prices for a pack of contraband smokes.

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Speaking of the Bureau, here are photos showing what g-men looked like in the 1930s. 

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The Hunt for Mexico’s Heirloom Beans. A return to rare and exotic bean varieties has made the humble legume cool.

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North Carolina’s Vollis Simpson Whirligig Park and Museum. Detour your next road trip to enjoy this whimsical attraction.

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The Rise and Fall of the Hormel Girls, Who Sold America on SPAM. The drum and bugle corps made the act of eating canned meat feel patriotic.

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O Moldy Night: A Celebration of Molded Food. Outstanding dishes at an event in North Carolina ranged from the sublime to the disgusting.

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What It's Like To Be Latino In the U.S. The hyphen makes life difficult on both sides.

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A Real-life Lord of the Flies: the Troubling Legacy of the Robbers Cave Experiment. Muzafer Sherif manipulated boys at summer camp to hate each other in the 1950s, but they only learned the truth as elderly men.

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Ten Superstitions of Writers and Artists. They must have worked, since all these people became famous.

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