Knitters Make Gigantic 'T' Cozy

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Blondes Have More Economic Success?

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8 Million Portraits In The Naked City

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A Bouquet Of Balloons, A Chair And A Dream Trip

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Special Delivery: Baby Chicks By Mail

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Building A Medieval Castle In Arkansas

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Penny Karas, owner of Hello Cupcake in Washington, D.C., measures a finished batch of brownies. The recipe states the brownies should not be cut larger than 3 1/2 inches by 2 1/2 inches by 5/8 inch. May-Ying Lam/NPR hide caption

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A 26-Page Brownie Recipe? Only At The Pentagon

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Selling Wrigley Field's Legend Is A Dirty Business

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Skaters from the Tough Cookies (in blue) and the Varsity Brawlers (in purple) are seen during an L.A. Derby Dolls match last month. The teams' athletes include Agnus Die and Vik Timizer of the Varsity Brawlers and Aggro Vader and Iron Maiven of the Tough Cookies. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ladies' Choice: To Be A 'Doll On Wheels'

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Blend Your Own At Bike-Powered Smoothie Stand

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'Best Worst Movie' Star Famous For Something Awful

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Sack A Rattlesnake, Win A Prize

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