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One of Starry Kitchen's signature dishes is Singaporean chili crab, which is served with beer buttermilk beignets to sop up the spicy sauce. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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Starry Kitchen Cookbook: The Rocky Journey Of A Famed Underground Restaurant

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El Corrido de Boyle Heights, or The Ballad of Boyle Heights, was painted in 1983 by the East Los Streetscapers, an artist collective that painted a number of murals across Los Angeles' Boyle Heights neighborhood. Monika Evstatieva/NPR hide caption

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'¡Murales Rebeldes!': These Disappearing LA Murals Mirror Their Community

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Brothers Josh (left) and Benny Safdie are the directors of the new action thriller Good Time. Larry Busacca/Getty Images hide caption

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'Good Time' Filmmakers Wanted To Make A Movie That 'Actually Feels Dangerous'

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Kelp plants grow on a 30-foot-long, white PVC pole suspended in the water. If this is successful, instead of just one row, there would be a whole platform, hundreds of meters across and hundreds of meters deep, full of kelp plants. Courtesy of David Ginsburg/Wrigley Institute hide caption

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Scientists Hope To Farm The Biofuel Of The Future In The Pacific Ocean

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Norwegian author Karl Ove Knausgaard is the author of a series of six autobiographical novels called My Struggle, as well as the novels Out of the World and A Time for Everything. Sam Barker/Penguin Press hide caption

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Knausgaard's 'Autumn' Considers Everything From Toilet Bowls To Twilight

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Former Marshall Islands Foreign Minister Tony deBrum Dies

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Pamela Adlon plays plays Sam, a single mom raising three daughters (from left, Olivia Edward, Hannah Alligood and Mikey Madison) in the FX comedy series Better Things. Pamela Littky/FX hide caption

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Pamela Adlon Started Working At Age 9, But 'Better Things' Happened At 50

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Despite what the critics might say, Will and Win Butler of Arcade Fire say the band's new album, Everything Now, is "direct and heartfelt." Guy Aroch/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Content And Connection: Arcade Fire On 'Everything Now'

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An Investigation Into Juvenile Life Without Parole

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DOJ Plans To Take Affirmative Action Against College Admissions

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Billy Manes, Voice For Orlando's Gay Community After Pulse Shooting, Dies at 45

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Lawrence Osborne Doesn't Care If You Like His Characters In 'Beautiful Animals'

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#19 Eric Dorsey, 41 y/o 2/5/16 at 8:54am 3900 Penhurst Ave. This image is part of artist Amy Berbert's series Stains on the Sidewalk, where she photographs the space where someone was killed in Baltimore on the one year anniversary of their death. Courtesy of Amy Berbert hide caption

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'Stains On The Sidewalk': Photographer Remembers Year Of Murders In Baltimore

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Dina Nayeri is also the author of A Teaspoon of Earth and Sea. Anna Leader/Riverhead Books hide caption

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'I'm A Bit Of A Chameleon': A Writer Draws From Her Own Life In 'Refuge'

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Leo Blundo (left) and Joe Burdzinski are officials with the Nye County Republican Central Committee. Sam Gringlas/NPR hide caption

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Nevada Voters, Divided Over Health Care, Put Moderate Republican In Tough Spot

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