After coloring, styling and photographing the rice, chef and food stylist Caitlin Levin made coconut rice. "It taste the same," she says. Henry Hargreaves hide caption

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Street Art Brings Life To A Miami Neighborhood

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Battle Lines Drawn Over Old 'Miami Herald' Building

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The Art Of Chinese Propaganda

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Among his many accomplishments, Ralph Steadman illustrated Hunter S. Thompson's 1971 novel, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, about a journalist's reporting trip turned hallucinogenic bender. Courtesy of Itch Film hide caption

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The Story Of Steadman, Drawn From His 'Gonzo' Art

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Skeletons: Skeleton imagery pervades this holiday. In pre-Columbian times, the Day of the Dead was celebrated in August. It now takes place on Nov. 1 and Nov. 2, coinciding with the Catholic holidays of All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day. Karen Castillo Farfán/NPR hide caption

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Covering The Arts In Tumultuous Times

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Jacqueline Kennedy's Style Legacy

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The photos in his series Congo Democratic "trace some aspects of the individuals and institutions that have been in power in the Congo," writes photographer Guy Tillim. Here, presidential candidate Jean-Pierre Bemba enters a stadium in central Kinshasa flanked by his bodyguards during an election rally. Guy Tillim/Courtesy of Prix Pictet hide caption

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The United States and Cambodia are locked in a legal battle with the auction house Sotheby's over this 1,000-year-old statue of the Hindu warrior Duryodhana that may have been looted from the Cambodian temple complex at Koh Ker. Courtesy of the U.S. Attorney's Office hide caption

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Cambodia Vs. Sotheby's In A Battle Over Antiquities

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How A Texas Postman Became An Hermès Designer

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