Several DC Comics Go Back To Issue No. 1

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A crowd previews a selection of art from the Reclamation Project, which has reused debris from the tornado in Joplin, Mo. Leedy-Voulkos Art Center. hide caption

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Joplin Debris 'Reborn' In Kansas City Art Project

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Man Ray Portrait of Lee Miller - Flying Head, c. 1930 Paris Vintage gelatin silver print Lee Miller Archives hide caption

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Much More Than A Muse: Lee Miller And Man Ray

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Weaving 'Charlotte's Web'

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Jumping Dogs And Photo-Toons: Meet Photographer Elliott Erwitt

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Staged photos re-create Stasi agents dressed in various disguises, ranging from a Russian mafioso to the casual middle-aged man to a tourist with cameras. Simon Menner hide caption

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The Mexican theater chain Cinepolis has opened its first luxury cinema in the United States in San Diego's affluent Del Mar beach community. Amy Isackson hide caption

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Mexican Theater Chain Projects Its Future In U.S.

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Miles Morales, half Latino and half African-American, is the new face of Spider-Man in the "Ultimate" line of Marvel Comics. Marvel Comics hide caption

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Biracial Identity For America's Web-Slinging Hero

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A look inside the exhibition "MARVELS AND MONSTERS: Unmasking Asian Images in U.S. Comics, 1942-1986." A/P/A Institute at NYU hide caption

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'Marvels And Monsters' Unveils Asians In Comics

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Kennedy Center fellow Reem Kassem recently used her Kennedy connections to help organize an outdoor arts festival in Alexandria, Egypt. Kennedy Center hide caption

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World Art Managers Find New Funding Models In D.C.

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Aline Saarinen taking a photograph, circa 1955 Archives of American Art/Smithsonian Institution. hide caption

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Little Pictures, Big Lives: Snapshots Of American Artists

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These sculpted clay heads reflect the variety of realistic and abstract designs in today's mannequins. Grace Hood for NPR hide caption

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Life-Like Mannequins Inspire Real-Life Shoppers

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The right eye of Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa." On Aug. 21, 1911, the then-little-known painting was stolen from the wall of the Louvre in Paris. And a legend was born. Associated Press hide caption

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The Theft That Made The 'Mona Lisa' A Masterpiece

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