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Make Mexican Nachos for the Big Game

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Pile chips under layers of melty cheese, beans, spicy radishes, fresh cilantro, and avocado. Continue


How to Make Red Velvet Oreos

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As the cookie company releases a new flavor, learn how to make it in your own kitchen! Continue


Free FICO Credit Scores: What You Should Know

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Next Avenue
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More banks will offer them, but there's a catch. Continue


India's Slum Dwellers

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
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Jockin Arputham started his campaign to build a network among the urban poor by organizing a critical mass of India's slum-dwelling population, especially women’s collectives. Today they pressure local governments to be more responsive to their needs, especially toilet and sanitation facilities. Continue


Take the Samburu and Elephants Quiz

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EARTH A New Wild
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Learn about the Samburu tribe of Africa and then take this quiz! Continue


Downton Abbey Offers These 5 Parenting Lessons

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What Lord and Lady Grantham can teach 21st century moms and dads. Continue


Boomers Just Want to Have Fun

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An argument for keeping play at the top of your priority list. Continue


The Hill | Promo

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America Reframed
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Set upon building a new school, New Haven claims eminent domain over the Upper Hill neighborhood. With community leaders and a lawyer, a group of neighbors, mostly low-income African-American families, take the case to court. The Hill is a fascinating look at the complex issues surrounding urban planning, gentrification and economic renewal. Continue


Best Travel Deals and Destinations for 2015

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Tourist tips from the experts at The New York Times Travel Show. Continue


Hot Button Q&A;'s About Parenting Your Grown Kids

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Advice for your toughest questions about your twentysomethings. Continue


A Stutterer Moves From Shame to Acceptance

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His family never spoke of it, but now he's talking more easily. Continue


Network for Success: It's Different When You're Older

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5 rules to expand job opportunities and grow your career after 50. Continue


Science for Seminaries

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
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The American Association for the Advancement of Science is offering two-year grants to ten seminaries that incorporate more science into the teaching of theology and religious studies. The effort raises debate about the age-old tension between science and religion, but the purpose of the project is to educate more effective ministers and religious thinkers. Continue


Prague, Czech Republic: Charles Bridge and a Czech Language

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Rick Steves' Europe
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One of Europe's most pleasant strolls is along Prague's historic coronation route. Use it as a spine, but make a point to venture beyond, and learn enough Czech to interact with the locals. Continue


4 Job Search Apps If You're Open to Being Poached

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Next Avenue
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They let employed, 'passive' job seekers tell firms: 'I'm available.' Continue


Unemployed, 55, and Faking Normal

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You may recognize these women, hiding in plain sight. Continue


Deaf since birth, artist explores the social rules of sound

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PBS NewsHour
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Christine Sun Kim is a sound artist who has been deaf since birth. Art Beat met up with her at Artisphere in Virginia to learn more about her installations and her explorations of the social rules governing sound. For more Art Beat: http://www.newshour.pbs.org/art Continue


Music Makes a City Now | Ep. 6: All Together Now

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PBS Arts
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Teddy Abrams and a unique mix of Louisville musicians come together to create #MMAC14, a landmark community concert. Featuring Bonnie Prince Billy, Tiny Elephant, Kyle James Hauser, 1200, A Lion Named Roar, and the University Chamber Orchestra. Continue


Leaping Without a Net, 2 Years Later

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Next Avenue
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An ex-public radio host is still figuring out Plan B and she's fine with that. Continue


Women's Lib: Then and Now

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A founding feminist's review of five issues that still need work. Continue


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