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'Pie for a Passerby'

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'Pie for a Passerby'

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Anissa Mack is turning pie into performance art in the heart of Brooklyn, evoking a folksy scene from a bygone era on a busy city street. People "snatch" the fresh treats from the window sill. For All Things Considered, NPR's Melissa Block joins the hungry crowds in front of Mack's tiny cottage on the steps of the Brooklyn Public Library. View a photo gallery of Mack's "art" online.

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