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From the Black Box to a Glass Box

Watch a play being written before your eyes.

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A Music Booth in the Boogie Down Bronx

Residents of the Bronx can listen to some of their borough's most revered musicians as they wait for public transportation.

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Forty-Five Years of a Giant Leap

On Sunday, America celebrates the 45th anniversary of the Moon landing.

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A Yard Sale, Chelsea-Style — in an Art Gallery

A good, old-fashioned “yard sale” where even the grass can be haggled over.

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An Apartment Building That's a Gallery — for Now

There's a place in Harlem that is neither a museum nor a gallery —it's an affordable housing development. Yet right now, it is filled with two floors of art.

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New Americans on the 4th of July

A video slideshow of the thoughts of immigrants who became U.S. citizens this week.

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America, United by a Capital Letter

A rare document written by Thomas Jefferson and now on display, declares the United States to be an entity for the first time.

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Twins Turn Math into Colorful Art

Brothers Ryan and Trevor Oakes have made art inspired by visual perception and algorithms for 12 years. Fluorescent three-dimensional sculptures webbed out of pipe cleaners, a dome made out of 9,000 matchsticks and drawing and paintings crafted on curved easels are some of the pieces included in Compounding Visions, an exhibit at the National Museum of Mathematics.

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Body and Mold

NEW YORK, NY — Hurricane Sandy slammed Iris Parra, 40, a resident in the Jacob Riis projects since 2010. After the storm, water seeped through walls and ceilings — and...

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The Business of Music, What Comes Next?

NEW YORK, NY – Almost any commercial business nowadays -whether is a shop, café, restaurant or even grocery store- use music to create an ambience, to lure costumers and generate...

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