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summer fruit

We are in prime summer fruit season, so go out and eat as many peaches and nectarines and berries and plums as you can possibly stand. Because soon it’ll be November, and we’ll be back to potatoes and squash…

This cartoon about our local police oh-no-wait highly armed military officers would be funny if it weren’t so true…

All of this race related violence makes this series (“From here I saw what happened and I cried”) by Carrie Mae Weems all the more poignant and relevant.

On a more optimistic note, it is prime berry season, so check out and then go make and then go eat these favorite berry recipes from Food52…

Speaking of fruit, it is also prime tomato season. At the risk of overloading you with recipes, take a gander at this tomato toast with basil cream cheese from the ladies of A Beautiful Mess if you’re feeling like you need some new sandwich style ideas.

Everything makes a comeback at some point. Even lard.

If you’re thinking about hitting the road for these last few weeks of summer, NPR has a new app for you that will help you take a personalized version of your beloved public radio station with you. It’s called NPR One, of course.

And, for no particular reason, here’s a little piece celebrating the humble and ubiquitous USB.

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