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Tintoretto was in his late 20s when he painted this self-portrait circa 1546/48. (Scroll down to compare this portrait to one he painted 40 years later.) The Philadelphia Museum of Art/Art Resource, NY hide caption

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Happy 500th, Tintoretto — A Retrospective Honors The Venetian Artist

Several of the artworks in the exhibition are coming to the U.S. for the first time. "He never saw a wall that he couldn't envision covered with a large Tintoretto," says co-curator Robert Echols.

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Ornamented Melancholy City Girl

Efseaff says this area of land could serve the community in the future as a park and a firebreak. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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Rethinking Disaster Recovery After A California Town Is Leveled By Wildfire

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Time Being Suzanne Kraft & Jonny Nash
Beaubien Dream Project Pablo
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Planetary Funk Alert Seba
So Long Seba & Lotek
Low Rider War
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Richard Ashcroft, frontman of The Verve, poses with his Ivor Novello Award on Wednesday in London. A songwriting dispute had left the Britpop band bereft of royalties from its biggest hit, "Bitter Sweet Symphony." More than 20 years later, the Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have signed over their rights. Tristan Fewings/Getty Images hide caption

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Not Bitter, Just Sweet: The Rolling Stones Give Royalties To The Verve

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Happy 500th, Tintoretto — A Retrospective Honors The Venetian Artist

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University of New Hampshire police recently participated in a training on hate crimes. The police chief enlisted the help of a traveling workshop organized by two advocacy groups. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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'We Need To Evolve': Police Get Help To Improve Hate Crime Tracking

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Beluga's Song Suzanne Kraft & Jonny Nash
Ballad 5 (Instrumental) Tess Roby
Slow Within Federico Albanese
Untold Federico Albanese
Autumn Calls You by Name Mark Renner
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