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  1. ‘See me as I am’: Kids discuss what it’s like to be multiracial in Seattle

    Douglas Smith, 15, who attends The Overlake School in Redmond, says he doesn't feel like his race determines his identity. He chooses his friends based on interests, such as basketball and golf."That really builds a person," he says. His mother is native Korean, his father white. (Lindsey Wasson/The Seattle Times/TNS)
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  2. Whimsical chicken footstools draw flocks of fans

    In her studio in Kansas City, artist Sally Jane Linville works on one of her felted wool footstools, that come in the form of a chicken. Each one is unique and has its own name. (Rich Sugg/Kansas City Star/TNS)
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  3. Red Sox best Rays 6-2

    Boston Red Sox left fielder Andrew Benintendi (40) goes over the wall and comes up with the catch on a fly ball by Tampa Bay Rays right fielder Steven Souza Jr. (20) in the eighth inning on Monday, Aug. 22, 2016 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. (Will Vragovic/Tampa Bay Times/TNS)
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  4. Companies turning to ‘reverse mentoring’ to tap millennials’ knowledge

    Julie Guggemos is one of several Target executives working with start-ups in the downtown store to see what the company can learn from younger, tech-savvy entrepreneurs. (Glen Stubbe/Minneapolis Star Tribune/TNS)
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