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Patrick Jarenwattananon

Host of NPR Music's A Blog Supreme

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Demi Adejuyigbe's "September" videos have raised nearly $1 million in charitable donations, he announced hours after the latest edition went live online. YouTube hide caption

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The Man Behind Those Annual 'Sept. 21' Videos Has Made His Last Masterpiece

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The chile en nogada — a stuffed poblano pepper covered in a walnut sauce — has become a classic Mexican dish. The version plated here comes from Ricardo Muñoz Zurita's Azul Condesa restaurant in Mexico City. Omar Torres/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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For 200 Years, Chiles En Nogada Has Been An Iconic, And Patriotic, Mexican Meal

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New York City Official Talks Flooding And The Future Of Climate Change

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Jackie MacMullan, Who Paved The Way For Women Sportswriters, Retires After 4 Decades

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His Family Fled Afghanistan 30 Years Ago. Now He's Watching It Happen Again

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New England Patriots Opt For Rookie Quarterback

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A Granddaughter Struggles To Get Her Grandmother Out Of Afghanistan

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Diane Warren released her debut album, The Cave Sessions, Vol. 1, on Aug. 27. Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for The Hollywood Reporter hide caption

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Mega-Pop Career Fully Established, Diane Warren Is Finally Putting Her Name In Front

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How Congressman Crow Thinks Biden Is Handling Afghanistan

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Rep. Chabot, Part Of The Subcommittee Overseeing Afghanistan, Weighs In On Attacks

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Behind The Newly-Announced Athletic Conference Alliance

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Former U.N. Diplomat Argues U.S. Strategy In Afghanistan Was Deeply Flawed

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With Her 54th Album, Connie Smith Re-Affirms That She 'Is' Country Music

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Nurses feed newborn babies rescued and brought to Ataturk National Children's Hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan, on May 15, 2020, after their mothers were killed in an attack on a maternity ward operated by Doctors Without Borders. The health-care nonprofit runs clinics and hospitals in various parts of the country. Wakil Kohsar/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Afghanistan's Health Care Is In 'Limbo' Following Taliban Takeover, Says MSF Rep

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How Several NBA Rookies Started Making 6 Figures Before Even Being Drafted

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