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'Morning Edition' Returns: Giant Bubbles

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'Morning Edition' Returns: Giant Bubbles

'Morning Edition' Returns: Giant Bubbles

'Morning Edition' Returns: Giant Bubbles

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A vacation dream, realized: You can now visit a 50 foot lava lamp. It had been displayed in New York City, as a promotion for Target — which presumably wants to be known as The Place for Lava Lamps. But the town of Soap Lake, Wash. asked for the lamp, which will now become a tourist attraction.