Maanvi Singh

Archipelago, in Washington, D.C., is among a wave of new tiki bars across the country. But how do South Pacific islanders feel about tiki kitsch? Frank N. Carlson/Courtesy of Archipelago hide caption

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Let's Talk Tiki Bars: Harmless Fun Or Exploitation?

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A typical CARE package. "My mother, I am so thankful, had a fantastic imagination for how to make things with limited ingredients," recalls Renate Senter, 77. Her family first received one of the parcels in 1946 while living in West Germany, after fleeing Poland. Courtesy of CARE hide caption

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Notorious FDA? Feds Turn To Hip-Hop To Tamp Down Teen Smoking

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A view of the lush Samoan vegetation in American Samoa, Tutuila Island. LCDR Eric Johnson/National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration hide caption

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These shrimp "Peking ravioli" (aka dumplings) were featured at the third annual Festival of Dumplings in 2014 — honoring Bostonian and celebrity chef Joyce Chen. Pat Greenhouse/The Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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The Science Behind Baking Your Perfect Pie (Happy Pi Day)

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