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Reinventing The Cheese Wheel: From Farmhouse To Factory And Back Again

By Jim Clarke A new book traces the transatlantic cheese wars that led to the rise of factory cheeses and loss of traditional varietals, and looks at the farmhouse cheesemakers working to restore that lost legacy. (Image credit: Bronwen Percival ) …read more

By Shannon Connellan Hella badass duo Max Caulfield and Chloe Price are going to hang out in your pocket soon, with the release of Life is Strange on iOS and Android. Coming Dec. 14, the first episode of the choice-based narrative game, developed by Dontnod Entertainment and Deck Nine Games and published by …read more

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By Shannon Connellan Now here’s a strong niche. Legendary producer Quincy Jones has jumped into the streaming pool with a new video platform for hardcore jazz lovers. …read more

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By Angie Han It’s no accident that Steven Spielberg’s The Post feels timely. The whole thing came together in about eight months, making it one of the first studio pictures to directly respond to the Trump presidency. …read more

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By Victoria Milko Myanmar’s tea shops have long been central as public spaces to meet and talk, especially during the military regime. But with the country’s “opening” to Western influence, their prominence is fading. (Image credit: Victoria Milko/for NPR) …read more

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By Associated Press Actor Terry Crews has filed a lawsuit against the man he claims groped him at a Hollywood party last year. …read more

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By Maanvi Singh The chicken tikka masala and Anglicized korma at most British curry houses are unrecognizable to many Indians. Now a new wave of Indian restaurants is focusing on their food’s provenance and history. (Image credit: Victor Cardoner/Getty Images) …read more

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By Laura Prudom Wolverine has explored plenty of territory in his 43-year history at Marvel — from comics to computer games, big screen to small — but come 2018, he’ll venture into a whole new frontier: his own podcast.  …read more

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By Chris Taylor Captain, I suggest we go to Red Alert. We’re detecting signs of a very bad idea just off the starboard bow. Famed director Quentin Tarantino has apparently set himself on a collision course with the Star Trek franchise, according to a report by Deadline. The Hollywood trade site …read more

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By Adrian Miller The world of food is vast, but we tend to hear about the same cuisines over and over again. So how do we tip the scales in favor of more diversity among food writers? (Image credit: LA Johnson/NPR) …read more

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