COVER STORY: | Watch VideoThe "Sunday Morning" contributor says she doesn't need the esoteric additives in competing varieties of milk, dark and white chocolate to make her go for the cacao.
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MUSIC: Texas HS students compete in Mariachi festival (Video)Mariachi started in the late 1800s when Mexican musicians began adopting European instruments, like the violin, guitar, trumpet and accordion. But when Linda Ronstadt's 1987 album of songs she heard her Mexican father sing became a smash, mariachi went mainstream. Today, high school students across Texas practice this form of folkloric music that transcends the U.S.-Mexico border. Correspondent Barry Petersen talked to some of the young musicians who came to Edinburg in southwest Texas, where 70 bands participated in the 2019 State Mariachi Festival, which became a state-sanctioned competition for the first time.
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State Mariachi Festival (University Interscholastic League)A family of Maasi giraffes in Maasi Mara National Preserve, Kenya.
NATURE UP CLOSE: Giraffes, a most improbable animalTheir general anatomy is a study in superlatives: the tallest terrestrial animals on Earth, with necks that are six feet long, and strong legs to help support weight of up to 3,000 pounds.
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