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Testimony The Phenomenal Handclap Band
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Capriccio Brad Mehldau
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Doc Holiday Was a Phony Lewis & Clarke
Difford-Tilbrook Charlie Hunter Trio
Red Dust Zero 7, Henry Binns et. al.
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Simple Things
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Big Stuff Jason Moran
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Ten
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David Guetta stands behind the tables at the Ibiza club Pacha every Thursday night this summer. Ellen Von Unwerth hide caption

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The Spin: Ibiza's Hit Is David Guetta's 'Gettin' Over'

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Gettin' Over David Guetta
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Subterranea Aqua Velvets
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At the Mercy of the Mustang Dianogah
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Battle Champions
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Voice of the Lobster Clothesline Revival
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They Came from Somewhere
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Ethnic Uzbek women from Kyrgyzstan plead for help at a refugee camp in Nariman on the border with Uzbekistan. Tens of thousands of minority Uzbeks have fled their homes in the wake of ethnic violence last week in southern Kyrgyzstan. Oxana Onipko/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Uzbeks In Limbo As Misery Grows In Kyrgyzstan

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Placerita Canyon Robert Jacobson
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Matt Hyland Rob Ickes & Blue Highway
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Obama and Crist on the beach in Pensacola Tuesday. Mandel Ngan/AFP hide caption

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Fear And Resignation In Florida As Oil Heads East: 'It's Gonna Come!'

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Paul Carpenter, aka Popol (right), and his clown friend Kakehole run pre-show therapy sessions. Courtesy of John Lawson's Circus hide caption

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Clowns Teach People Not To Be Afraid Of ... Clowns

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Tears of a Clown The London Symphony Orchestra & Royal Choral Society
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Nga Thi Buscall, 60, slept on the streets of Washington, D.C., last winter. New numbers from the Department of Housing and Urban Development show that the number of homeless people actually dipped last year -- although more families were living on the street. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Homeless Numbers Dip, But More Families Suffer

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Learn to Fall Zagar
Layin a Strip for the Higher-self State Line The Bad Plus
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Painting Atmosphere
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When Life Gives You Lemons, You Paint That S--- Gold
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Chili Blues Bob Brozman
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