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Jeremy Lin items are for sale before the basketball game between Lin's New York Knicks and the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday in New York. Frank Franklin II/AP hide caption

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Knicks Star Jeremy Lin Captures Big Apple's Heart

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Kristin Schleiter, of the New York Botanical Garden, in front blooming red camellias. Margot Adler/NPR hide caption

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Warm Winter Leads To Early Blooms In Northeast

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The Genius of the Camera, circa 1938: A self-portrait Weegee/International Center of Photography hide caption

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Film Noir: Weegee Was His Name; Murder Was His Game

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Founded in 1920, Coney Island Bialys and Bagels claims to be the oldest bialy bakery in New York City. It's now run by two Pakistani Muslim men, who say they are keeping it kosher. Margot Adler/NPR hide caption

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A Multimedia Production: The performance of The Intergalactic Nemesis involves (from left to right) three voice actors, a foley artist, a keyboardist and, overhead, art from the graphic novel on screen. Intergalactic Nemesis/The Robot Planet hide caption

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Occupy Wall Street protesters march through in an impoverished community in Brooklyn to protest home foreclosures. Many see the movement's dynamic strategies and aims as key to its success. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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A Hatzolah ambulance crew at the scene of a fire at Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun synagogue in New York City last summer. Some Hasidic women want to form their own EMT unit within the Orthodox Jewish ambulance service to help women keep their modesty during emergency baby deliveries. Daniel Barry/Getty Images hide caption

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Junius Brutus Stearns' 1856 painting George Washington Addressing the Constitutional Convention. AP hide caption

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Reconstituting The Constitution: How To Rewrite It?

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This 1964 Andy Warhol lithograph entitled "Liz" is signed by the artist. It reads, "To Elizabeth with much love" in felt-tip pen. Christie's hide caption

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Liz Taylor's Jewel-Dripping Collection On The Block

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Young, Gay And Homeless: Fighting For Resources

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