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  • How to Sell a $300 Chocolate Bar

  • Food Directory

    • Cajeta: In the city of Celaya, goat's milk caramel tops everything from ice cream to cereal.

    • Wattleseed: This chocolate-flavored superfood falls from the Australian Acacia bush.

    • The Toleen: Thai red beans and rum combine in a winter warmer inspired by a South American specialty.

    • Mustard Oil: Essential to South Asian cuisine, the flavoring is illegal in some countries.

    • Tonka Beans: A legume so loved, it’s caused a “fever” in France and made Americans break laws.

    • Sugarloaf Pineapple: Devour this rare variety without fear of post-pineapple mouth irritation.

    • La Merengada: This Spanish city gears up for Lent with a massive meringue fight.

    • Mangonada: Slurp this sweet and savory summer treat from a tamarind-and-chili-paste-coated straw.

    • Rolling in the Grits: The South Carolina competition challenges you to trap as much grits on your body as possible.

    • World Custard Pie Throwing Championship: The townspeople of Coxheath have been hurling pies at one another since 1967.

 

 
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How Netflix's Increasing use of Foreign Language Content is Helping to Fight Xenophobia: From Narcos to Altered Carbon, the streaming service is finally making moves to cater to a global audience

 

 
 
 
 

How La Virgen de Guadalupe Became an Icon: On the anniversary of her first appearance, we look at the evolution of the symbol that has special resonance for Mexican people.

 

 
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What Lady Killers in Pop Culture Teach Us About Ourselves: Analyzing women in pop culture and the trope, and frequency, of portraying them as a victim. The topic is pegged to Tori Telfer's Lady Killers. 

 

 
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Taking a Political Stance in Your Bar Can Be Risky, But the Payoff Can Be Well Worth it: Some places find that talking it out is a good thing for staff and patrons alike.

 

 
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Day of the Dead in a Spread: Dia de los Muertos is a food holiday. Here's how the two are intertwined.

 

 
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How I Survived A Layoff And Found A New Job In A Matter Of Days: Getting laid-off was a blessing in disguise.

 

 
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Style Me Pretty: Archive on trends in weddings, events, livings and style.

Read through various wedding and living topics from experts such as Gail Simmons and Erin Oprea (Carrie Underwood's trainer). 

 
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HuffPost: Archive of articles on cultural topics

Includes the viral "How An Obama Cut-Out Is Helping Me Survive A Trump Presidency"

 
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PR News: 6 Crisis Communications Tips To Help You Spot Impending Problems

Here are some procedures to build an infrastructure that prepares you to monitor and use social media during crisis communication.

 
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PR Daily: Harry Potter, yoga and beer: A magical PR and marketing spell

A how-to guide on how we made Harry Potter Yoga work worldwide.