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Reprinted with permission from Mi Cocina: Recipes and Rapture from My Kitchen in Mexico by Rick Martínez, © 2022. Published by Clarkson Potter/Publishers, an imprint of Penguin Random House. Photography by Ren Fuller © 2022

5 essential ingredients for Mexican cooking (plus one you can't buy at the store)

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Wednesday

Anthony Van Engelen skates the bench in this screenshot from a video taken in southern California. Quartersnacks/courtesy of Benny Maglinao hide caption

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Skateboarders dream of shredding this famous bench. But first, they have to find it

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Friday

García greets a woman before Friday prayer. Toya Sarno Jordan hide caption

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Toya Sarno Jordan

'From haram to halal': How a bar became a shelter for Muslim migrants in Mexico

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Wednesday

Children draw during class at the Yes We Can school in Tijuana. Toya Sarno Jordan for NPR hide caption

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In converted buses and tin-roof sheds, migrant students get a lesson in hope

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Saturday

Members of the National Guard stand guard outside a military base in Tijuana. Toya Sarno Jordan for NPR hide caption

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The cartels flexed their power in Tijuana — and now the battle for influence is on

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Friday

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Demi Lovato on taking the power back through a heavy new album, 'HOLY F***'

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Thursday

As the work-from-home crowd returns to the office, they're left wondering what to wear. Malte Mueller/Getty Images hide caption

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The pandemic has changed workplace fashion. What does that mean for you?

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Thursday

Saxophonist Charles Lloyd, performing at the Monterey Jazz Festival in Monterey, Calif., on Sept. 23, 2018. Eva Hambach/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Trio of albums gives saxophonist Charles Lloyd the opportunity to search inward

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Friday

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Where is 'Harry's House' anyway? Harry Styles explains

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Tuesday

Rick Martínez's regional Mexican cookbook Mi Cocina is out now. Ren Fuller/Rick Martínez; Clarkson Potter hide caption

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Rick Martínez brings 'rapture' to the kitchen with his new cookbook 'Mi Cocina'

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Friday

Dolly Parton and James Patterson pose for a picture in August 2021. Their new novel, Run, Rose, Run, is about an aspiring country singer in Nashville. Dolly Parton hide caption

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'Dreams do still come true' in a new novel by Dolly Parton and James Patterson

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Thursday

Farrin Chwalkowski; age 45-54; New Jersey; art professor. "F*** 2020 The World in 2020, Everything begins with Covid 19 in year of 2020 A splendid entry into the world of misery someday too bright, someday too dark A gloomy year, the 2020 The art of loss, losing job, losing love one, losing your mind," said Chwalkowski. Libby Tyson/The National Women's History Museum hide caption

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Women and girls are sharing their journals to create a herstory of the pandemic

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Friday

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Raveena's galactic journey back down to Earth

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Saturday