Baltimore; SCOTUS; Outfits; Blind Auditions & a Cop's View

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Demonstrators standing in front of a police line call for peace after a bottle was thrown at them on W. North Avenue in Baltimore, Maryland, April 28, 2015.

The Supreme Court heard arguments for same-sex marriage yesterday. Yale law professor William Eskridge offers analysis of the arguments. Plus: why you should wear the same exact thing every day; a call for blind auditions at Lincoln Center; and a retired cop recalls his years as a commanding officer of the Manhattan Gang Squad, and backstage Broadway.