The top local stories this afternoon from KERA News: This year’s winner of the $100,000 Nasher Sculpture Prize is a boundary-breaking artist. Pierre Huyghe’s artworks can be mysterious, goofy and beautiful.
Most people are working to pay down something. A mortgage, a credit card balance, a car note. There’s another kind of debt too—accounts that have fallen behind. They’re called delinquencies; they can wreck a credit score and stick around for years. KERA's series One Crisis Away: Drowning In Debt has the story of one man working to get out from under a mountain of missed child support payments.
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- Here is your @artandseek #Flickr Photo of the Week: https://t.co/TQqdFa4lVz. https://t.co/YgxI0HD4ZC, 12 hours ago