February 1, 2012 Novelist David Levithan takes a wry look at adultery, while food writer Jessica Harris takes an African journey, astronomer Mike Brown explains the demotion of planet Pluto, novelist Stephen Amidon probes the human heart with his cardiologist brother, Thomas, and veterinarian Nicholas Dodman offers help for aging dogs.
February 13, 2011 Many of the foods and flavors we think of as classically African-American — like watermelon, black-eyed peas and okra — actually come from Africa. Cookbook author Jessica Harris traces that journey in her new book.
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