When it comes to culture, we’re interested in lots of it… music, art, sports, and most of all, food. Here’s what we’re into this week:

  1. Make the Legendary White Clam Pizza that Put New Haven on the Map | Munchies

Want that classic New England taste without having to head north to satisfy the craving?  This white clam pizza recipe will bring all your favorite New England flavors to your very own kitchen.

2. Inside LA’s Secret Garden That’s Helping Veterans | Thrillist

Psychiatrists are implementing revolutionary therapy techniques that promote physical and mental health among veterans. A garden in LA is working to provide holistic treatments for veterans with severe mental illnesses, as well as veterans that are homeless or gaining weight and contracting diabetes.  This new form of horticultural therapy is paving the way for other unconventional treatment options.

3. The Untold Story of Facebook Live | Fast Company

By now, you’ve probably heard the story about the Harvard student that created a social media empire from his dorm room. But what about the story behind the making of one of the corporation’s newest features? This article dives into the history behind Facebook Live.

4. Can You Really Not Wash Your Cast Iron with Soap? | The Kitchn

Major home-upkeep news: The old household myth that says cast iron cannot be cleaned with soap has officially been deemed a myth.  While this technique might not be the best way to preserve the cooking properties of this dish, we have a green light: cast iron may be cleaned using soap.

5. How Dadaism Created the 21st Century | VICE

Dadaism is an avant-garde art form that utilizes collage techniques to challenge tradition.  This art movement, which was created as a reaction to WWI, continues to reflect and influence the art and politics of society today.