Sparkling Wines To Keep Your Summer Bubbly

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To Market, To Market: 10 Top Summer Cookbooks

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California's strawberry fields have become the latest battleground in a series of skirmishes over pesticide use. Growers say they need state regulators to approve the use of the fumigant methyl iodide as a replacement for methyl bromide, which damages the ozone layer. Mark J. Terrill/AP hide caption

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Controversial Pesticide Worries Scientists

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Each morning, Sean Moore loads up a 1969 Ford Vanette with cupcakes made at a bakery he co-owns with his wife. Once he finds a parking spot, he tells his customers through social media sites where he is -- and how long he'll be there. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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Where's The Cupcake Truck Today? Check Facebook

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