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NPR's favorite food books of 2021

Saturday, December 25, 2021

There's nothing like a good book to chew on. From NPR's annual reading round-up, Books We Love, here are four suggestions for books about food.


Here are the Books We Love: 360+ great 2021 reads recommended by NPR

Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Books We Love (formerly known as NPR's Book Concierge) is back with a new name and 360+ new books handpicked just for you by NPR staff and trusted critics.


All The Emmys Winners, From Jason Sudeikis To 'I May Destroy You'

Sunday, September 19, 2021

We kept track of all the shows that won at the 73rd Primetime Emmys, so you didn't have to.


Here Are The Best Looks From The Met Gala — And The Messages Behind Them

Monday, September 13, 2021

After the pandemic shut down fashion's biggest night in 2020, the Met Gala came back on the 75th anniversary of the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.


How Sandra Cisneros Found Space To Be 'Barefoot' And 'Rude'

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

On the latest episode of Code Switch, Cisneros talks about why she became obsessed with houses, what it was like to finally buy one, and—spoiler alert—what it felt like to fall out of love with it.


U.S. Sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson Will Not Compete In The Tokyo Olympics

Tuesday, July 06, 2021

The 21-year-old was left off the U.S. Track & Field Olympic roster, despite her astonishing performance at last month's trials, due to a 30-day suspension following a positive drug test for THC.


Florida Condo Deaths Climb To 36 As Officials Try To Pinpoint The Number Of Missing

Tuesday, July 06, 2021

Some 109 people were unaccounted for, though local officials said they had only been able to confirm that about 70 of those people were in the building at the time of the collapse.


Elsa Has Regained Hurricane Strength, Lashing The Florida Gulf Coast

Monday, July 05, 2021

The storm, sustaining winds of 75 mph, is not expected to remain a hurricane for long, but threatens a coastal surge, some tornadoes and inland flooding, according to the National Hurricane Center.


Trump Grants Slew Of Pardons, Including To George Papadopoulos And Duncan Hunter

Tuesday, December 22, 2020

In all, President Trump granted full pardons to 15 individuals and commuted part or all of the sentences of an additional five.


From Negro Militias To Black Armament

Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Guns have always loomed large in Black people's lives — going all the way back to the days of colonial slavery, explains reporter Alain Stephens from The Trace.


What Pundits Get Wrong About The Latino Vote

Friday, October 30, 2020

Geraldo Cadava, author of The Hispanic Republican, discusses the biggest misconceptions about Latino voters, who are projected to be the largest nonwhite voting demographic in 2020.


What Code Switch Listeners Are Reading During The Pandemic

Friday, October 23, 2020

Some want escapist reads to distract themselves during these times, while others are turning to books that lean into the darkness and dread of the pandemic.


One Author's Argument 'In Defense Of Looting'

Thursday, August 27, 2020

In her new book, writer Vicky Osterweil argues that looting is a powerful tool to bring about real, lasting change in society.


An Ice Cream Truck Jingle's Racist History Has Caught Up To It

Friday, August 14, 2020

Good Humor ice cream asked the Wu-Tang Clan's RZA to come up with a new jingle to replace "Turkey in the Straw," a ubiquitous ice-cream truck song with a racist past.


A Bittersweet Moment For Black Bookstore Owners

Saturday, June 27, 2020

As Black booksellers race to meet increased demand for books about race and justice, many are dealing with complicated, sometimes painful feelings about what the new business means.


How DACA Has Transformed The Lives Of Dreamers — And Their Communities

Thursday, June 18, 2020

The 2012 executive order didn't just offer protection and open up opportunities for young undocumented people; it changed the landscape for entire family networks.


The Code Switch Guide To Race And Policing

Tuesday, June 09, 2020

We've been reporting on race, policing and protest since we first launched in 2013. Here's some of our best coverage from the past seven years.


The Very Best Code Switch Episodes For Kids

Tuesday, May 05, 2020

Having trouble finding ways to critically engage your kids during pandemic homeschooling? We rounded up some of our most kid-friendly episodes from the archives to help out.


What Alice Wu Wants To Say In 'The Half Of It'

Friday, May 01, 2020

Alice Wu's 2004 film 'Saving Face' changed the landscape of LGBTQ and Asian American cinema. Now, she's back with her new film 'The Half of It,' a sweet teen movie that bucks easy classification.


Who Are We? We're Finding Out Together

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Once a decade, every household in the United States is required by law to fill out the U.S. census. For many people, most of the questions seem pretty straightforward ... except when it comes to race.