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Graffiti Boom Born in Tragedy Brightens Up Colombia Capital

By Jacobo Garcia | Mar 27
Bogota's proliferation of murals grew in part out of tragedy, when police shot and killed graffiti artist Diego Felipe Becerra in 2011 as he painted his trademark Felix the Cat. Bogota Mayor Gustavo Petro responded by decriminalizing graffiti painting.

Ultra Music Festival

Mar 27
The Ultra Music Festival is one of the biggest yearly events on the South Florida calendar, as hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world converge on Miami for three days of the best house and electronic music in the world.

SF State Reaches to Chicago for New Science Dean

Mar 27
San Francisco State University has appointed Illinois Institute of Technology Dean Keith J. Bowman, Ph.D., as its next dean of the College of Science and Engineering.

Spring Forward: EDGE's Guide to New Trends in Home Décor

By David Perry | Mar 27
Are you looking to freshen up your home for spring? EDGE has gathered some of our favorite pieces for a new season with inspiration coming from the simplicity of Japanese design.

LBBC Welcomes Women to Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference

By Winnie McCroy | Mar 27
Philadelphia-based nonprofit organization Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC) has opened registration for its ninth annual conference for women living with metastatic breast cancer, Saturday, April 11 - Sunday April 12.

Spanish Delights

Mar 27
Everything about "Don Quixote" is spectacular. There are hundreds of costumes, not to mention Don Quixote's horse, Sancho's donkey, the fans, tiaras, swords, toreador capes, stilettos, the bodega furniture, hams, wine-cups, the windmill...

What to Pack for Year in Space? A 'Superhero Utility Belt'

Mar 27
What's one thing astronaut Scott Kelly can't do without when he moves into space this week for a year? A belt.

Which Woman Should Grace the $20 Bill?

Mar 27
There's a movement underway to give the $20 bill a makeover. The group wants to replace President Andrew Jackson's face with a woman's. There are 15 candidates to choose from, including Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman and Eleanor Roosevelt. Chip Reid reports.

Is Your Seafood Caught by Slaves?

Mar 27
In the Indonesian island village of Benjina and the surrounding waters, hundreds of trapped men represent one of the most desperate links criss-crossing between companies and countries in the seafood industry.

Training a Rat to Steal the Show on Broadway

Mar 27
They have a rat problem down at the Ethel Barrymore Theater, but not the kind that requires an exterminator. Toby the rat is the rodent star in the hit Broadway play, "The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time."

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