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A member of the Icelandic search and rescue team searches under the collapsed roof of a school in Leogane, a city close to the epicenter of last week's earthquake. Jackie Northam/NPR hide caption

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Devastation Lies Beyond Haiti's Capital

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An empty Severance Hall, Home of the Cleveland Orchestra, which is now on strike. Cleveland Orchestra hide caption

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Cleveland Orchestra On Strike

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Agnes by Chuck Close is part of the extensive Fisher Collection, which will go on display at the the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in June. Donald Fisher — founder of the Gap — decided right before his death in 2009 to loan his art collection to the museum, after his plan to build a private museum fell through. Photo: Ian Reeves/Courtesy of the artist and PaceWildenstein hide caption

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Can Collectors Have Their Art And Lend It, Too?

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