Dallas Art Museum Stages a Marathon Attraction The Dallas Museum of Art marks its 100th anniversary by staying open for 100 straight hours, drawing visitors night and day... some younger ones in their pajamas. NPR's Scott Simon talks to Bonnie Pittman, the museum's deputy director.
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Dallas Art Museum Stages a Marathon Attraction

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Dallas Art Museum Stages a Marathon Attraction

Dallas Art Museum Stages a Marathon Attraction

Dallas Art Museum Stages a Marathon Attraction

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The Dallas Museum of Art marks its 100th anniversary by staying open for 100 straight hours, drawing visitors night and day... some younger ones in their pajamas. NPR's Scott Simon talks to Bonnie Pittman, the museum's deputy director.