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    Sal Randolph: The Art of Cash - Sept 23, 2013

    Today we are exploring the artistic side of cold hard cash as our 'Project Money' follows the work of a sculptor and photographer who realized she could create art inside a person's mind by handing them unexpected gifts of money.

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