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Lucille Ball Sculptor Apologizes For 'By Far My Most Unsettling' Work

"I take full responsibility for 'Scary Lucy,' " artist Dave Poulin says, adding that he didn't mean "to disparage in any way the memories of the iconic Lucy image."
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Art Beat With Lauren Landau, April 7, 2015

You can dive into the relationships between sound, imagery and movement at an exhibit or check out a reggae band that keeps it all in the family.
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Busy Chef Strives For Balanced Mix Of Home Life, Culinary Ambitions

Restaurant owner and Top Chef finalist Bryan Voltaggio tries to find the right recipe for blending work, family duties and the pressures of being on the road.
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Artists In Residence Give High-Tech Projects A Human Touch

A 3-D printing software company hands artists high-tech tools to craft human-centered projects. But it isn't the first program to pair the imaginative with the practical to inform great innovation.
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Philip Glass On Legacy: 'The Future ... It's All Around Us'

For the composer, life is how the past and the future connect. Glass' new memoir, Words Without Music, looks back on his childhood, travels through Asia and when his music provoked violence.
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Sandwich Monday: Pizza-Flavored Energy Paste

For this week's Sandwich Monday, we try a new food for athletes: liquid pizza. It's Clif Bar's "energy food" made with tomatoes, carrots, quinoa, sunflower seed butter and sugar.
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Does Your Food Have A Bad Case Of The Blahs? Put An Egg On It!

If you're wondering what to do with all those eggs left over from Easter, we're here to help. Inspired by Portlandia and Beyonce, we'll show you ways you can put an egg on it.
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Art Beat With Lauren Landau, April 6, 2015

You can see two colorful exhibits by two very different artists.
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Explosive Protests: U.S. Bombings During 'Days Of Rage'

In the '70s, bombings by American protesters were regular occurrences. Bryan Burrough's new book tracks down the underground radicals behind such attacks — which he calls "exploding press releases."
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Making Sense Of Murder In 'Visiting Hours'

In college, Amy Butcher found herself on the periphery of a murder. The incident haunted her for years. NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Butcher about her debut memoir, Visiting Hours.

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