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Vermeer's 1663 work, Woman in Blue Reading a Letter, is back on display at the National Gallery after its first visit 20 years ago. Carola van Wijk/National Gallery of Art hide caption

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Fine Art

Vermeer's 'Woman In Blue' Returns To D.C., Hoping For Better Luck This Time

During the National Gallery's first Vermeer exhibit 20 years ago, the federal government shut down twice, and a major blizzard hit the East Coast. But The Woman in Blue Reading a Letter is undeterred.

Vermeer's 1663 work, Woman in Blue Reading a Letter, is back on display at the National Gallery after its first visit 20 years ago. Carola van Wijk/National Gallery of Art hide caption

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Vermeer's 'Woman In Blue' Returns To D.C., Hoping For Better Luck This Time

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Palestinian shoppers walk near Damascus Gate in Jerusalem's Old City, under the watchful eye of Israeli police and wall-mounted security cameras. Amid the recent violence, there's talk of placing cameras inside the city's most contested religious site, known as the Temple Mount to Jews and the Al-Aqsa mosque compound to Muslims. Daniella Cheslow for NPR hide caption

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Proposed Cameras At Jerusalem Shrine Put The Focus On Mutual Mistrust

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OK Google: Where Do You Store Recordings Of My Commands?

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OK Google: Where Do You Store Recordings Of My Commands?

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