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Karen Jones is respected freelance journalist who contributes regularly to The New York Times, Publishers Weekly and Prevention Magazine. She has been writing about art and museums for The New York Times for more than ten years. Her work has also appeared in Parade, USA Today, The New York Daily News, Reader’s Digest and Newsday. You can read more about Karen on her website.
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