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- “Why A South Korean Brewery Moved To California To Make Korean Beer” (NPR) The story behind a Seoul-based brewery’s move to California’s Humboldt County.
- “The Electric Forest Acid Testers” (Pacific Standard) Your ecstasy is actually bath salts, your coke is actually meth, your LSD is actually a dangerous new research chemical. The Bunk Police don’t care if you do drugs—they just want you to test them first.
- “The Mozart of Fly Casting” (The New York Times) Maxine McCormick began fly casting when she was 9 years old. At 14, she has back-to-back world titles.
- “The Dumpling That Comforts Poland” (BBC) Pierogi, a mainstay of the Polish diet since the 17th Century, remains both a nostalgic dish and a way for chefs to flex their creative muscle.