February 25, 2016 6:10 AM EST

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American Girl’s newest doll, Melody, has a backstory that aims to highlight the 1960s civil rights movement.

Adele found a silver lining after sound issues plagued her Grammys performance:

‘I’m treating myself to … In-N-Out. So maybe it was worth it.’

Pop-rock group OK Go filmed its latest music video in a zero-gravity chamber.

Prince tweeted his passport photo–and it was just as Prince-y as you’d expect.

Facebook expanded its Like feature to encompass a range of reactions, including love, sad and angry.

Emily Blunt is in talks to play Mary Poppins in Disney’s forthcoming sequel to the 1964 classic.

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned that products labeled “100% Parmesan” might actually contain cheese substitutes like wood pulp.

Actor Vanessa Hudgens posted–then deleted–a photo of her and her boyfriend’s names scratched onto one of Arizona’s Red Rocks; she’s now under investigation for defacing a protected site.

As part of a public art project, Shia LaBeouf live-streamed himself spending 24 hours in a small elevator.

San Antonio brunch joint Nectar Wine Bar and Ale House is selling a $28 mimosa; it’s garnished with caviar, lobster, cheese and muffins.

Rihanna had to postpone the start of her Anti world tour, citing “production delays.”

A 33-year-old British man legally changed his name to Bacon Double Cheeseburger. “It was the culmination of … too many drinks in the pub,” he said.

This appears in the March 07, 2016 issue of TIME.

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