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Empire State Building Goes Green — For Good?

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Contemporary Iranian Art Takes Off In L.A.

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Science Was A Muse To Inspire Romantic Art

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Andy Warhol's Home Is Kids' Book's Background

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Illustrator Keeps Artistic Vision Despite Eye Injury

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Walking Through History At Zion National Park

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In Galveston, Texas, New Life For Dead Trees

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High-Tech Library Gleams In Colorado Town

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X-Ray Technology Rediscovers Lost Paintings

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First Family Fabrics: Batiks From Obama's Mother

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Do-It-Yourself Guru Makes Treasures From Trash

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