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In this 2011 photo, Tennessee Education Lottery President and CEO Rebecca Paul Hargrove and her finance officer, Andy Davis, stand after completing a presentation to a state Senate task force in Nashville. Erik Schelzig/AP hide caption

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Lottery Legend Has Seen A Lot Of Winning Tickets

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Lottery winner Brad Duke says he's always been fascinated by the lottery, and even thought he won once before, when he was 18. Davies Moore/ hide caption

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Lottery Winner Stays Grounded After $220 Million Jackpot

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This "Die-O-Rama" features a picnic lunch of body parts. Marty Walsh/Courtesy of Trifecta Gallery hide caption

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These Dioramas Are To Die For

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Jesse Herron and Mike Silva, owners of Albuquerque Trolley, offer tours of Breaking Bad sites. Albuquerque Trolley Co. hide caption

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Faux Meth Is Big Business In 'Breaking Bad' Town

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Farmers market visitors browse the offerings of Seattle Public Library's "Books on Bikes" program. Gabriel Spitzer for NPR hide caption

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'Books On Bikes' Helps Seattle Librarians Pedal To The Masses

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George Lake, owner of Thistle Creek Farm, feeds his cattle grass from five different countries. Marie Cusick/NPR hide caption

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Chef Knows The Cows That Go Into 'The Truth'

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Chris Thile's new album, Sonatas and Partitas, draws from material written by Johann Sebastian Bach in the early 1700s. Brantley Gutierrez /Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Chris Thile Looks Back To Bach

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If a LEGO lion can take pride of place at the New York Public Library, why not video games in the reading rooms? The NYPLarcade program is a kind of book club for gamers, inviting participants to dive deep with discussions of strategy, game structure and more. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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At Libraries Across America, It's Game On

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Martin Luther King Jr sits on a swing with his eldest daughter, Yolanda, and eldest son, Martin, at an amusement park he helped desegregate. Courtesy of the King family hide caption

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Amusement Parks And Jim Crow: MLK's Son Remembers

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A man drinks fresh kvas, the ancient Russian fermented-bread drink, in Zvenigorod, 35 miles west of Moscow. Dmitry Lovetsky/AP hide caption

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America, Are You Tough Enough To Drink Real Russian Kvas?

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Mark Seliger (third from left), former chief photographer for Rolling Stone, also leads the country-rock ensemble Rusty Truck. Rodrigo Palma and Jordie Turner/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A Veteran Rock Photographer Takes A Turn At The Mic

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