Why house music is having a moment; Cooking-inspired romance novels raise the heat : Here & Now Anytime What do Beyoncé's and Drake's newest releases have in common? They both draw heavily from the house music genre, created in the 1980s in Chicago. DJ Jesse Saunders joins us to discuss house music's history and impact. And, cooking-inspired romance novels are topping to-read lists everywhere. But what is it about the kitchen that makes it the perfect setting to fall in love? Eater's Bettina Makalintal joins us to answer that question.

Why house music is having a moment; Cooking-inspired romance novels raise the heat

Why house music is having a moment; Cooking-inspired romance novels raise the heat

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What do Beyoncé's and Drake's newest releases have in common? They both draw heavily from the house music genre, created in the 1980s in Chicago. DJ Jesse Saunders joins us to discuss house music's history and impact.

And, cooking-inspired romance novels are topping to-read lists everywhere. But what is it about the kitchen that makes it the perfect setting to fall in love? Eater's Bettina Makalintal joins us to answer that question.

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