The James Beard Award winning website Food52.com has crowd-sourced another cookbook with its signature charming style.
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A retired college professor tries his hand at writing murder mysteries and finds the characters leading the way.
Many who sold at rock-bottom prices as they fled violence are now priced out of their old neighborhoods.
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Public art can generate big revenues and beautify urban areas. Or it can anger residents. How does one measure its success?