Margot Adler Margot Adler is a NPR correspondent based in NPR's New York Bureau. Her reports can be heard regularly on All Things Considered, Morning Edition and Weekend Edition.

Huguette Clark in 1930. She had a mansion in Connecticut that was never occupied, and her New York apartments were kept up, unoccupied, for more than 20 years. AP hide caption

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Eccentric Heiress's Untouched Treasures Head For The Auction Block

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New Yorkers Protest Long Shadows Cast By New Skyscrapers

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A few of the D'Angelico guitars set to be auctioned, pictured here at the GTR showroom in New York City. Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images hide caption

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On The Auction Block: The Stradivarius Of Guitars

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A Beer Backlash To LGBT Exclusion In St. Patrick's Parades

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Before The NBA Was Integrated, We Had The Black Fives

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The latest move to eradicate invasive species has put the mute swan in the cross hairs in New York. Eduardo Munoz/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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A Plan To Eliminate Wild Mute Swans Draws Vocal Opposition

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A detail of a drawing from The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. Graham S. Haber/Courtesy of The Morgan Library & Museum hide caption

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Before He Fell To Earth, 'The Little Prince' Was Born In N.Y.

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Small Museum Shows Off Weird Objects

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New York's Medical Marijuana Experiment Begins With Caution

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Across The Country, People Have Been Caught In The Cold

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New York Mayor Bill de Blasio poses for pictures with visitors at Gracie Mansion, the official residence of the mayor, during an open house and photo opportunity with the public as part of the inauguration ceremonies on Sunday. John Minchillo/AP hide caption

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Other exhibits on display at the Museum include "Silicon Body Part Piercing Displays," "Cambodian Menu Photo Rejects" and "New York City Tip Jars." Naho Kubota for Mmuseumm hide caption

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Tiny Museum Preserves Proof Of Creators' Crazy Stories

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Assessing Bloomberg's Legacy Is A Complex Task

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Now You Can Buy Your Occupy Wall Street Poster From Wal-Mart

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Investigation Of New York Train Derailment Continues

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