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Thu April 5, 2012

4:04pm

Wed April 4, 2012
The Two-Way

Play Ball: On Opening Day, A Look A The Quirky New Marlins Park

Originally published on Wed April 4, 2012 9:22 pm

A mechanical sculpture by Red Grooms will animate everytime a home run is hit yb a Marlin.
Mike Ehrmann Getty Images

Growing up in Miami, there seemed to be two eternal debates: When Castro would finally kick the bucket and when the city would get its act together and strike a deal for Los Marlins to finally get their own stadium. The franchise spent its first 19 years sharing a stadium with the Miami Dolphins. For baseball, the stadium was cavernous and uninviting.

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1:28pm

Wed April 4, 2012
Around the Nation

Fewer Tribal Ironworkers Reaching For The Sky

Originally published on Wed May 23, 2012 8:54 am

Kaniehtakeron Martin's work site at 54th Street and 8th Avenue in Manhattan, which will someday be an office building.
Stephen Nessen for NPR

Since the 1900s, the country's most iconic bridges and skyscrapers have been put up by men who risked life and limb to connect steel beams hundreds of feet in the sky. Ironworkers come from all backgrounds, but a small Indian reserve outside Montreal has supplied the U.S. with a proud lineage of Mohawk ironworkers.

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6:20am

Wed April 4, 2012
The Two-Way

VIDEO: Pepper Spray Used At Another California Student Protest

Nnaemeka Alozie, campaign manager for California congressional candidate David Steinman, poured milk on his face Tuesday after being pepper sprayed during the incident at Santa Monica College.
Courtesy of David Steinman AP

6:00am

Wed April 4, 2012
The Record

'Shot Caller': Producer Harry Fraud On Bringing New York Rap Back

French Montana (in white shirt, chains and hat) and Harry Fraud (black shirt, black hat) at the center of the video for Montana's song "Shot Caller," which Fraud produced.
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