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Photos for September 13, 2010

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Sculptor Timothy Horn in front his 2008 sculpture "Diadem," a chandelier covered in 300lbs of crystallized rock sugar. "Diadem" is currently on view at the Lux Art Institute in Encinitas where Horn is artist-in-residence.

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Governor Schwarzenegger meets with Shanghai CPC Secretary Yu Zhengsheng on August 12, 2010 in Shanghai.

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Enjoying the bold visual design of "A Woman, a Gun, and a Noodle Shop"

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Filmmaker Zhang Yimou.

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Ni Yan as the wife suspected of infidelity.

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Zhang Yimou's "A Woman, a Gun, and a Noodle Shop"

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KPBS founders and donors at groundbreaking for the Copley Telecommunications Center in 1994. From left to right: Tom McManus, Doug Myrland, Craig Dorval, Paul Steen and John Witherspoon. McManus, Steen, and Witherspoon are charter members in KPBS' Hall of Fame, recognized as Lifetime Achievement inductee.

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Two of the three titular items of "A Woman, a Gun, and a Noodle Shop."

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Paul Steen, 2010 KPBS Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Inductee. As former General Manager of KPBS, Steen oversaw both the radio and television stations from 1974-1992. During Steen’s term, KPBS accomplished broadcast history by transmitting the first ever over-the-air digital HDTV signal. Steen retired from KPBS in 1992.

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Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants in a 2001 game.

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New York Yankees manager Joe Torre and Yankee players celebrate winning the 2000 World Series over the New York Mets.

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Jeff Blauser of the Atlanta Braves slides into home plate as the Philadelphia Phillies' Darren Daulton applies a tag in a 1993 playoff game.

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The Boston Red Sox' David Ortiz is mobbed by teammates after his game-and series-winning 10th-inning home run against the Anaheim Angels in their 2004 American League Division Series.

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Word Trade Tower under construction in Manhattan around 1970.

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Paul Marshall, 2010 KPBS Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Inductee. Marshall created and served as Executive Producer for the Emmy Award winning series, Club Date, which KPBS produced and distributed during the 1980s and 90s. The series was accepted as a complete collection now residing in the Library of Congress’ Jazz Music section.

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KPBS Hall of Fame, established September 2010 as part of the station's 50th anniversary.

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Firefighters sift through rubble at a burned home that was destroyed by a massive explosion and fire September 10, 2010 in San Bruno, California.

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An U.S. Customs and Border Protection bike patrol agent apprehends an undocumented immigrant after he was spotted entering the country illegally June 2, 2010 in Nogales, Arizona.

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Claude Chabrol on the set.

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Kevin McCarthy and Dana Wynter is "The Invasion of the Body Snatchers." (1956)

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