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Exploring The Secret History Of The Cubicle

Apr 20, 2014 (Weekend Edition Sunday) — NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Nikil Saval about his new book Cubed: A Secret History of the Workplace. It's a look at how the white-collar world came to be the way it is, and what it might become.

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Tiny Lichtenstein Loses A Precious Quarter Acre

Apr 20, 2014 (Weekend Edition Sunday) — The principality of Lichtenstein, in eastern Switzerland, is a grand total of 62 square miles. Now, it's getting smaller.

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Hindu Nationalist Tops Polls In World's Largest Election

Apr 20, 2014 (Weekend Edition Sunday) — In India, hundreds of millions are casting their ballots in parliamentary elections over the next month. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Indian reporter Supriya Sharma.

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Japan's Competitive Poets Know How To Turn A Phrase

by Lucy Craft
Apr 20, 2014 (Weekend Edition Sunday) — Each spring, Japan is consumed by a style of poetry called senryu, and a national senryu contest. The poems are just three spare lines about the trials and tribulations of daily life.

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Restaurants Put Everything From Soup to Nuts Over The Fire

by Bonnie Wolf
Apr 20, 2014 (Weekend Edition Sunday) — It is not only smoked meat that's in all the hottest restaurants. It's actually anything edible that is being smoked.

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