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Karen Grigsby Bates

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NPR correspondent,@NPRCodeSwitch, reports on race, ethnicity, identity,culture and a lot else. Cranky individualist, passionate reader. Tweets and re- are mine.

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Some news reports say politicians who were scheduled to speak at some Women’s marches won’t get there. They’re working on trying to reach an agreement on the CR. #WomensMarch2018
Terrific obit of a gifted, complicated man, flaws and all: Paul Bocuse, Celebrated French Chef, Dies at 91  https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/20/obituaries/paul-bocuse-dead.html 
@CRtwotwo @LAPDChiefBeck Do not encourage him! Hasn’t he broken enough stuff?!
Paul Bocuse, who introduced a lighter classic French cuisine to the world in the 1960s, died today. He inspired hundreds of chefs, some Now household words, to let their main ingredients shine without heavy sauces and fuss. Merci et Su reboot, Chef. RIP.
Chef Paul Bocuse, credited with introducing a newer, lighter French cuisine to the world in the 1960s, died today. He left behind a lot of spiritual children in lots of kitchens, high and low. Merci et auvoir, chef. RIP.
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