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Chicago Celebrates A Century Of Baseball At Wrigley Field

It's been the home of the Cubs since 1916, and in all that time, the team has never won a World Series. So why do fans keep showing up? Locals say Wrigley's hallowed status isn't just about baseball.

The Montgomery Bus Boycott exhibit at the National Civil Rights Museum features a vintage city bus. Visitors can go inside the bus and sit next to a figure of Rosa Parks. Christopher Blank/WKNO hide caption

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Sit Next To Rosa Parks At The National Civil Rights Museum

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A Week Into His New Job, Controversy Forces Mozilla CEO To Resign

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"I make a living attempting to beat video games on my show, and people watch," says Jayson Love, whose stage name is Man. Twitch.tv screengrab hide caption

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Twitch Boosts A New Pro Category: Video Game Player

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Elisa and Bobby Seeger remember their son, Aidan, on a visit to StoryCorps in Brooklyn. StoryCorps hide caption

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A Brooklyn Boy Who Lost A Life, But Helped Save Others

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9th Wonder addresses Harvard students in a scene from the documentary The Hip-Hop Fellow, which chronicles a year the producer spent teaching hip-hop culture as an academic subject. Price Films hide caption

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Hip-Hop Academy: Inside A Beatmaker's Harvard Class

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