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Gambit Ursula 1000
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The Now Sound of Ursula 1000
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A piece of street art known as "Tantawi's underwear" mocks Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, who heads the ruling transitional military council.   hide caption

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Graffiti Reclaims Egypt's Revolution From Marketers

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The Dalles Dam along the Columbia River, in Dalles, Ore. Five wind power companies asked federal regulators June 13 to stop the region's main transmission utility from shutting them down at night. Rick Bowmer/AP hide caption

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When Water Overpowers, Wind Farms Get Steamed

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Gangsta's Paradise Coolio
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Something I Shouldn't Have Had Revolvo

A highway links Southern California's Ventura and Hollywood freeways in 1953 — one of the crowning achievements of the "good roads" movement that actually began in the 19th century with bicycles. L. J. Willinger/Getty Images hide caption

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'Big Roads': From Tire-Killing Paths To Superhighways

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Mexican singer Magos Herrera mixes bolero and jazz in "Luz de Luna." Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Global Village' Picks Latin Classics, Reinvented

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Jesse Kramer, 24, writes made-to-order rhymes for customers of his website, Rap Rebirth. Courtesy of Jesse Kramer hide caption

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Stamberg Raps! And Other Tales From A Hip-Hop Ghostwriter

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Flutter Bonobo
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Dial "M" for Monkey
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