November 26, 2010 'Yonkeros,' a Spanglish derivative of "junk," refers to people in a specific line of work. One photo series shows a small community in Queens, home to dozens of junkyards and scrap metal businesses.
November 25, 2010 A photo book shows how street artists are steal postage stickers by the dozens to use in graffiti and street art.
The 'Barbecue King' infra-red cooking unit, on show at the United States Trade Centre catering equipment exhibition in London.
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November 24, 2010 In light of this culinary season, see some early oddball kitchen gadgets.
November 24, 2010 Chris Kimball, host of America's Test Kitchen on PBS, gives Thanksgiving standards a "makeover." His recipe redos can help you overcome perennial culinary hurdles, including turkeys with dry white meat and undercooked dark meat, and bland, lumpy mashed potatoes.
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Tressa Borick has six siblings: one full, three halfs, and two steps spanning age from 31 to 13.
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November 23, 2010 As part of our week-long series on siblings, NPR posted a request for stories on our Facebook page. We received 1,800 responses and spoke to several of those people. Many also sent in photographs. Here, we bring you some of those stories.
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Lee, Clarksville, Tennessee, 2010
November 22, 2010 Jeff Sheng's photo series, Don't Ask, Don't Tell, reveals gay military personnel who are forced to keep their sexuality private.
November 22, 2010 A simple matching game reveals notable individuals who have, in some cases, been overshadowed by their siblings.
November 18, 2010 Last Saturday, artist Erin Cooney orchestrated a worldwide, one-minute documentary. She is compiling the videos for an installation called "The Simultania Project."
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Mark Craig's trusty old answering machine.
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November 18, 2010 Filmmaker Mark Craig has been saving his answering machine messages for two decades, and now he wants you to hear them.
November 17, 2010 President Obama is pushing for Senate ratification of a nuclear-arms pact with Russia during the lame-duck session in Congress. Get a look at the size of both country's stockpiles and a history of U.S. arms-reduction treaties with Russia.
Ten pair of men's Italian & French designer shoes belonging to Bernie Madoff are auctioned to raise money for his victims.
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November 17, 2010 This past weekend, Bernie Madoff's belongings were auctioned off. The proceeds of more than $2 million will go to Madoff's swindled clients.
November 16, 2010 Apple Inc. might soon begin selling Beatles' songs on iTunes. But well before the world went digital, The Beatles had their own Apple shop in London.
November 15, 2010 Federal unemployment benefits are slated to expire at the end of November. If that happens, 2 million people in the U.S. would be affected. Here, a breakdown by state of the number of people who would lose federal unemployment benefits as well as the length of unemployment help each state provides.
November 13, 2010 For the first time a major museum exhibition focuses on gay and lesbian portraiture. The National Portrait Gallery's expensive, expansive new show examines how modern art was influenced by GLBT painters, photographers and printmakers.
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November 12, 2010 Last year in New York City, 1000 people gathered around 479 dishes in an old warehouse just to look at photographs.
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