Last June, Milan swiped the record for world's longest pizza with a 1.5-kilometer pie. Naples is not amused — and it's cooking up its vengeance. Olivier Morin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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With A 2-Km. Pizza, Naples Aims To Deliver A Slice Of History
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"The potter has used an impressive array of techniques to come up with this extraordinary texture," an Antiques Roadshow appraiser said of this piece — which turned out to be a high school art project. Courtesy of Antiques Roadshow/PBS hide caption

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An image from a CHP video shows a Chihuahua leading officers on a chase across the Bay Bridge. California Highway Patrol/Screen shot by NPR 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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A batch of sourdough starter can live indefinitely, but it also requires a certain amount of care and feeding. In Sweden, bakers jetting off for vacation can leave their precious starters in the care of a sitter at the airport. iStockphoto hide caption

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"[Parasites] exert this enormous influence on the world around us, they shape ecosystems and they change minds and manipulate behavior." — Ed Yong Bret Hartman/TED hide caption

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Can We Fall Prey To Hidden Parasites?
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'There Are Raisins In My Toast' by Danny Jones © 1996 Waffle Music
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The Science Behind Baking Your Perfect Pie (Happy Pi Day)
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Albert Einstein, Steve Jobs, Isaac Newton, Gandhi, Pythagoras, Balzac, Marie Curie — scanning history's greatest minds, we find many were inspired by certain food or drink, repulsed by others, or had some very peculiar dining habits. Katherine Du/NPR hide caption

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Listen Up: Your AI Assistant Goes Crazy For NPR Too
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The card reads, in part, ""Bye bye, teenage years, bye bye, carefreeness and fun! Lightness is over, hello, health problems. It is so hard to become an adult!" Museum of Broken Relationships Los Angeles hide caption

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Art Of Breakups: Museum Enshrines Relics Of Relationships Past
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