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1. The bodies of the infamous killers who inspired Truman Capote's "In Cold Blood" were exhumed on Wednesday to check their DNA for possible involvement in another mass murder. (Live Science)

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2. The first exhibit at the new Hauser & Wirth space in the old Roxy nightclub at 511 West 18th Street opens on Wednesday, January 23, 6 to 8 p.m. The show, "Dieter Roth/Bjorn Roth," will include over 100 objects created since the '70s by the German-born artist Dieter and his son. The gallery has also scheduled major shows in 2013 by Paul McCarthy, Roni Horn and Mathew Day Jackson.

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3. The two-story building that housed PAPER's office from circa 1986 to 1996 was just sold for $150,000,000. It's at the corner of Broadway and Spring Street in SoHo and will now be torn down. (NYP, photo from Google Maps)

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4. Nine buildings whose owners refused to sell out to developers, including this one in Chongqing.


5. "Gangnam Style" has become the first video to rack up a billion YouTube views.


6. Check out the trailer for The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, where Steve Carell and Jim Carrey play rival magicians. (via Pop Culture Brain)
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