RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Museums

A collection of news and information related to Museums published by this site and its partners.

Top Museums Articles

Displaying items 12-22
  • World's Largest Native American Institute A Short Drive Away

    World's Largest Native American Institute A Short Drive Away
    The Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center is the largest Native American institute in the world and it's right here in Connecticut.  The state-of-the-art facility features an observation tower, a large recreation of an authentic Pequot village,...
  • Slater Museum Helps Learning At Norwich Free Academy

    Slater Museum Helps Learning At Norwich Free Academy
    Norwich Free Academy is one of two high schools in the United States to have a museum on its campus.  The museum, which was donated to NFA in 1886, has given thousands of students as well as community members a little culture that is typically experienced...
  • Animals

    AUDUBON SOCIETY'S CENTER FOR BIRDS OF PREY: conservation, education and raptor rehabilitation facility: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday (except holidays); 1101 Audubon Way, Maitland; $5 adults, $4 ages 3-12; 407-644-0190. BLACK HAMMOCK ADVENTURES:...
  • Round-Up: Hong Kong protest art, an Iraqi photo agency, lots of Gehry

    New trustees at MOCA, vandalism at the national parks, early satellite images of Antarctica, and the beguiling installation sculptures produced by the protesters in Hong Kong. Plus, everything Frank Gehry and Cannibal Shia LaBeouf. It's the Round-Up:...
  • Train your eyes on three great photographers

    Train your eyes on three great photographers
    That I have spent more than four decades writing for newspapers has done nothing to enlighten me to the mystery of photography. Working with dozens of men and women with cameras who accompanied me on hundreds of stories, I have watched as they did their...
  • Day trips: Halloween hops and more to explore

    Day trips: Halloween hops and more to explore
    By now, it seems as if the Halloween candy and costumes have been on store shelves since July. Well, the holiday is finally within view, and since All Hallow's Eve falls on a Friday this year, the events below offer a good excuse for a day trip or weekend...
  • Federal judge: Jim Thorpe's remains can stay in Carbon County

    Federal judge: Jim Thorpe's remains can stay in Carbon County
    The remains of Olympian and Native American athlete Jim Thorpe will stay in the Carbon County borough named after him. The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday threw out a lower-court ruling that allowed his remains to be moved to Native...
  • 3,700-pound sculpture you can sit on is flown up to Palm Springs tram

    3,700-pound sculpture you can sit on is flown up to Palm Springs tram
    The Palm Springs Art Museum on Wednesday moved a 3,700-pound carved granite bench up to its new perch at 8,500 feet on a patio at the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway high above the desert city. It may be "one of the few pieces of public art at this...
  • Hello Kitty turning 40, and the birthday bash will be 'supercute'

    LOS ANGELES Hello Kitty turns 40 years old on Nov. 1 and to celebrate that milestone birthday the little girl born in London four decades ago is throwing a bash that's already begun and won't wrap up for six months. An exhibit titled "Hello! Exploring...
  • Halloween in Hampton Roads, from the mildly spooky to the truly terrifying

    Halloween in Hampton Roads, from the mildly spooky to the truly terrifying
    Halloween falls on a Friday this year, and there’s no Halloween like a Friday Halloween.  But for some folks, Halloween isn’t one night – it’s a full season.  Here’s a look at some of the places you can visit in Hampton...
  • Making video games in Baltimore with Sid Meier

    Making video games in Baltimore with Sid Meier
    What does it take to make a video game? The complicated answer to that question lies at the heart of a new exhibit at The Baltimore Museum of Industry titled “The Video Game Wizards – Transforming Science and Art into Games” that opens...