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'Art Bastard': A Rebel With A Canvas

Robert Cenedella established himself in the 1960s as the anti-Warhol. A new documentary goes through his years fighting against the New York art establishment by being, well, what the title says.

Theme de Yoyo The Cinematic Orchestra
Dr. Banard Suff Daddy

Some homes have fallen into disrepair in the Midland Beach neighborhood in Staten Island, N.Y. Almost four years since the destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy, many on Staten Island are still dealing with the storm's consequences. Bryan Thomas for NPR hide caption

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Lawmakers To FEMA: Flood Plan Overhaul Is 'Too Little, Too Late'

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Aninha Porcas Borboletas
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Process of Leaving E*vax
Jeb Rand Bedouin Soundclash
Flashing Lights Kanye West & Dwele

Joe Milam explains his investor-relations company, AngelSpan, to fourth-grader Anna Allemann (white shirt, left) and third-grader Sage Powell during Pitch-a-Kid in Austin, Texas, on April 30. Brenda Salinas for NPR hide caption

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For Entrepreneurs, Pitching To Pint-Sized Sharks Is No Child's Play

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Showdown Dan Romer, Osei Essed
Ethio Invention No. 1 Andrew Bird
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Trinity Church archivist Anne Petrimoulx stands in front of Alexander Hamilton's grave in New York City. The site has seen a surge in visitors following the popular Broadway musical, Hamilton. Melissa Block/NPR hide caption

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'Hamilton' Fans Pilgrimage To Founding Father's Once-Forgotten Grave

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Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story Lin-Manuel Miranda
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Social Insecurity Oddisee

The artist Robert Cenedella, who is now 76 now, in his studio in the early in his career. Robert Cenedella/Courtesy of Cavu Pictures hide caption

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'Art Bastard': A Rebel With A Canvas

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Ain't Nothing Like You (Hoochie Coo) BlakRoc
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Zulema Arenas #548 of Peru competes in the women's 3000 meter steeplechase during the Ibero American Athletics Championships - Aquece Rio Test Event for the Rio 2016 Olympics at Olympic Stadium on May 14, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro. Matthew Stockman/Getty Images hide caption

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Does The Olympics In Rio Put The World In Danger Of Zika?

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Yolande Mabika, a refugee and judo athlete from the Democratic Republic of Congo, stands outside her newly rented apartment in Rio de Janeiro. Mabika and fellow Congolese athlete Popole Misenga came to Brazil in 2013 to compete in a judo championship; they became refugees after their coach vanished with their passports and money. Felipe Dana/AP hide caption

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For The First Time, A Team Of Refugees Will Compete At The Olympics

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Hit Me With Your Best Shot Pat Benatar
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The Man Who Took My Sunglasses Khruangbin
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Rock and Roll Music Chuck Berry
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