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Chef Jojo Vasquez in the open kitchen of FOND – a Neighborhood Eatery, in west Maui. Deanne Fitzmaurice for NPR hide caption

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A Maui chef's lifeline: his restaurant as the island recovers from Lahaina wildfires

Thousands remain displaced after last year's deadly wildfire on west Maui. Among those who lost almost everything was a chef and his family. But they're determined to keep their restaurant running.

In this file photo, voters deliver their ballot to a polling station in Tempe, Ariz., on Nov. 3, 2020. In the 2024 presidential preference election in Arizona, independent voters are not permitted to vote. Matt York/AP hide caption

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In Tuesday's 'primary,' Arizona's independent voters don't get much of a say

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Technology

How Nvidia dominated the AI chip market

4 min

How Nvidia dominated the AI chip market

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David Johnson in 2023 with one of his photographs, "Clarence," at an award luncheon at UC Berkeley honoring the photographer. Peg Skorpinski hide caption

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Peg Skorpinski

Photographer David Johnson, who chronicled San Francisco's Black culture, dies at 97

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Astronaut Tom Stafford (left) and cosmonaut Alexey Leonov shake hands after the first docking of U.S. and Soviet spacecraft in 1975. AP hide caption

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NASA astronaut Tom Stafford, famed for U.S.-Soviet orbital handshake, has died at 93

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Charlotte the stingray became a social media star when she got pregnant without a mate. Lydia Wilson hide caption

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Lydia Wilson

Pregnant stingray Charlotte brings in traffic, business to North Carolina town

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Sports

What to expect this March Madness

3 min

What to expect this March Madness

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Chef Jojo Vasquez in the open kitchen of FOND – a Neighborhood Eatery, in west Maui. Deanne Fitzmaurice for NPR hide caption

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A Maui chef's lifeline: his restaurant as the island recovers from Lahaina wildfires

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