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Birmingham Chefs Test Appetite For New Flavors With Supper Clubs

Feb. 9
Ashley Cleek / NPR
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Pop-up dining experiences are cropping up across the country. While diners savor an exclusive meal, chefs get to try out recipes and gauge the local market for their food before opening a restaurant.

Reality Star And Ex-Rapper Team Up To Coach Miami High School Football Team

Feb. 9
Laura Wagner / NPR

Lakatriona "Bernice" Brunson of South Beach Tow fame has been named head football coach at Miami Jackson High School. Former 2 Live Crew rapper Luther Campbell is the new defensive coordinator.

'Luncheon In Fur': The Surrealist Teacup That Stirred The Art World

Feb. 9
Nina Martyris / NPR
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In 1936, the surrealist Meret Oppenheim wrapped a teacup, saucer and spoon in fur. In the age of Freud, a gastro-sexual interpretation was inescapable. Even today, the work triggers intense reactions.

Not Ready To Stop Obsessing Over Beyoncé And 'Formation'? We Got You

Feb. 9
Hanna Choi and Leah Donnella / NPR
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So you've watched the music video, and the halftime show, eleventy million times. Now, let these smart takes help you parse all the feels.

W.Va. House OKs Bill Letting People Carry Concealed Guns Without A Permit

Feb. 9
Bill Chappell / NPR
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The only concealed-carry permits needed would be for people who are 18-21 years old, if West Virginia enacts new gun legislation.

Key Moments From The U.S. Spy Chief's Annual 'Litany Of Doom'

Feb. 9
Merrit Kennedy / NPR
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In testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee, National Intelligence Director James Clapper says "unpredictable instability has become the new normal."

After New Hampshire, Some GOP Campaigns May Stagger On In Zombie Phase

Feb. 9
Ron Elving / NPR
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The reaper is nearer in the Republican field. The end of the dream may come for any of six candidates who desperately need at least a respectable finish in New Hampshire.

Why Is It So Hard To Test Whether Drivers Are Stoned?

Feb. 9
Angus Chen / NPR
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Blood alcohol levels match well with a person's impairment. But the THC in marijuana doesn't move around the body the same way, so blood tests can miss people who are stoned.

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Feb. 9
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Meet The Repo Man For Global Health: Skim Off A Grant, He'll Make You Pay

Feb. 9
Nurith Aizenman / NPR
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When he isn't fixing up vintage cars, Cees Klumper goes after officials who misuse money meant to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.