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Washington Square Park Anat Cohen

Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson celebrates after his team wins the English Premier League at Blackburn, England, on May 14, 2011. Tim Hales/AP hide caption

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Alex Ferguson: A Legendary Manager For An Iconic Franchise

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Charles Bradley was signed by Daptone Records partly because of a James Brown act he used to perform. His new album is Victim of Love. Darren Bastecky/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On Two New R&B Albums, An Old Soul Sound That Glows

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One Way Love The James Hunter Six
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Love Moves the Sun Temple of Sound & Rizwan-Muazzam Qawwali

Frankie Lewchuk had been a high school football star whose picture was in his hometown newspaper every week. Now, after struggling with a crystal meth addiction, he is trying to repair his life. Radio Diaries (left), David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Teenage Diaries Revisited: From Kicking A Football To Kicking Meth

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Paranoid Android Brad Mehldau

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Push To End Teens' Distracted Driving Targets Parents, Peers

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Unsquare Dance Dave Brubeck
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Bienvenido Josh Rouse

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With Texas Trip, Obama Tries To Steer Focus Back To Economy

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Supernova Karsh Kale
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In Her Music Box Atmosphere

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Why Bill Gates Thinks Ending Polio Is Worth It

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Not Supposed To Guards
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Maintenance [Instrumentals] Blockhead
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Moon 8 Kenseth Thibideau
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Garfield's Blackberry Blossom Lyle Lovett
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A photo taken by the Nazis during World War II shows a room filled with stolen art at the Jeu de Paume museum in Paris. Using improved technology and the Internet, the French government is making a renewed push to track down the rightful owners of art looted by the Nazis. Courtesy of Archives des Musees Nationaux A Paris hide caption

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In France, A Renewed Push To Return Art Looted By Nazis

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Inner Space Turtleboy
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Angel and the Ass Tuatara
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