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Yayoi Kusama with recent works in Tokyo in 2016. In 1968, Kusama wrote, "Our Earth is only one polka dot among a million stars in the cosmos. Polka dots are a way to infinity." Tomoaki Makino/Courtesy of Yayoi Kusama hide caption

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'Priestess Of Polka Dots' Yayoi Kusama Gives Gallerygoers A Taste Of Infinity

The Japanese artist is known for her "infinity rooms," which have mirrored walls that make the space feel endless. Six of those rooms are now on display at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C.

Million and One Things to Do [Instrumental] Time Machine
Yellow Noise Spiro

In response to an anti-abortion march in McAllen, Texas, many pro-abortion rights demonstrators encircled the Whole Woman's Health clinic, which is the only abortion provider in the Rio Grande Valley. Courtesy of Laura Molinar hide caption

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At Texas Clinic, 2 Women Explain What Changed Their Minds On Abortion

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Cauchemar Jo Privat Jr.
Sure Thing Miguel
Circling Four Tet

Activists protest at the headquarters of the Philippine National Police, condemning the government's war on drugs and holding placards showing murdered South Korean businessman Jee Ick-joo. The South Korean businessman was allegedly kidnapped by Philippine policemen under the guise of a raid on illegal drugs and murdered at the national police headquarters in Manila, authorities said. Noel Celis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Foreign Businessman's Murder Pauses Philippine Drug War, But For How Long?

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Way of the Samurai Deceptikon
The Living End Cordis

Yayoi Kusama with recent works in Tokyo in 2016. In 1968, Kusama wrote, "Our Earth is only one polka dot among a million stars in the cosmos. Polka dots are a way to infinity." Tomoaki Makino/Courtesy of Yayoi Kusama hide caption

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'Priestess Of Polka Dots' Yayoi Kusama Gives Gallerygoers A Taste Of Infinity

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Never Catch Me Flying Lotus & Kendrick Lamar
Catgroove Parov Stelar
STRFKR Miracle Mile
Layers Ryan Helsing, Matthew Setz
Drink Me Hot Chris Joss
Bullet Girl John Butler Trio

President Trump's guest Denisha Merriweather, bottom center, received Florida's tax credit scholarship, which allows students to attend private schools. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Highlighted This Unusual School Choice Idea Last Night

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The Navajo Generating Station located on the Navajo Indian Reservation, near Page, Ariz. Amber Brown/Courtesy of Salt River Project hide caption

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Navajo Workers At Coal-Fired Power Plant Brace For Its Closing

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Strange Constellations Bombay Dub Orchestra

A new treatment may help reduce the itch of atopic dermatitis, which will reduce flare-ups. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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Targeting The Immune System May Help Stop The Itch Of Eczema

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Just Jammin' Gramatik
Sing, Sing, Sing Benny Goodman

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Reviving Puerto Rico's Cocoa Farms, Centuries After Hurricanes Destroyed Them

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Sixteen RAC
Satta Massagana Dub Colossus