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A Few More Minutes for Warnol

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A Few More Minutes for Warnol

A Few More Minutes for Warnol

A Few More Minutes for Warnol

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Artist Andy Warhol predicted that everyone would be famous for 15 minutes. He is getting a few extra minutes in his hometown of Pittsburgh Friday when the names a bridge after him. The Andy Warhol bridge honors an artist who worked with images of soup cans, Marilyn Monroe and, in one case, an electric chair. There will be no special decorations, but from now on, Pittsburgh traffic reports may include references to traffic backed up on the Warhol.

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