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Terrence Aym

Sometimes rare art turns up where least expected: like a masterpiece by a world-renowned artist for sale at a local flea market. Recently, there's been a spate of treasures found in attics, garages and flea markets. The latest is a lucky lady who pi

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The Daily Mail says the painting may be of Mary Magdalene holding a young child. The painting is now undergoing further analysis by experts at the Cambridge University and the Hamilton Kerr Institute, who will attempt to uncover its exact age and ori

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http://www.npr.org, by Ted Burnham

Nobody likes to see good food go bad. But Klaus Pichler's photography series One Third, which portrays food in advanced stages of decay, is a feast for the eyes — even if it turns the stomach.

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Terrence Aym

Two dreams play out in many Americans' minds: winning a big lottery jackpot or purchasing something from a thrift store that turns out to be worth a fortune.

Now a 46-year-old Ohio man, Zach Bodish, is living a dream many others only fantasize

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http://wakeup-world.com, By Kara Rane

I was the owner of a beach-side eatery. Children would naturally gather around while I was outdoors painting murals and signs

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To give the center a proper kick-start, four great universities, the Grammy Museum, the Smithsonian Institution and the Kaiser Foundation are teaming up to host a combination of symposiums and concerts (think of them as Woody-Paloozas) throughout thi

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The newly discovered work offers a much fresher version of the enigmatic, captivating young sitter, generally acknowledged to be Lisa Gherardini, wife of the Florentine cloth merchant Francesco del Giocondo.

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