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Graffiti has been part of the New York City landscape for decades. While it used to be seen as a symbol of vandalism, it has now emerged as a vital art form with business commissioning murals and works being featured in museums and galleries. See Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager give it a try with the help of Alex Santos of Graff Tours.

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