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  • Beard of Egypt's King Tutankhamun glued back on with epoxy after damage during cleaning

    The blue and gold braided beard on the burial mask of famed pharaoh Tutankhamun was hastily glued back on with epoxy, damaging the relic after it was knocked during cleaning, conservators at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo have said. The museum is one of...
  • FPL to donate $1 million to new Miami science museum

    FPL to donate $1 million to new Miami science museum
    Florida Power & Light Co. is donating $1 million, plus $80,000 worth of solar panels, to the new science museum being built in Miami. The money comes through the NextEra Energy Foundation, the philanthropic arm of FPL's parent company. It will be used...
  • Orlando theme park and attractions discounts, prices and hours

    Orlando theme park and attractions discounts, prices and hours
    Here's a selection of attractions offering reduced prices, check websites for details and restrictions: AQUATICA: "Splash and Save" ticket with admission starts at $24 when tickets are purchased online. Aquatica "Any Day" passes start at $37 when...
  • New healthy option at museum

    New healthy option at museum
    Young At Art Museum in Davie is cooking up something new with the addition of the Super Duper Grub Cafe. This new food destination is owned and operated by Laura Bonilla and Jean Wilco. Their partnership with YAA began when their SuperDuperGrub4Kids...
  • New marketing push considered for two Delray nonprofits

    New marketing push considered for two Delray nonprofits
    Both groups focus on Delray history, but each takes a different spin on remembering the past. The Spady Museum showcases Delray's black history, while the Delray Beach Historical Society highlights how Delray became the city it is today. Both groups...
  • Enigma machine from World War II finds unlikely home in Beverly Hills

    Enigma machine from World War II finds unlikely home in Beverly Hills
    In the Oscar-nominated movie "The Imitation Game," a group of young British mathematicians is tasked with cracking the German Engima machine, the cipher device that the Nazis used to encrypt and decrypt war communications. The sophisticated -- for its...
  • Getting Together? Florida Resorts Are Ideal For Family Reunions

    Getting Together? Florida Resorts Are Ideal For Family Reunions
    Planning a family reunion getaway for spring break or summer? The Sunshine State has many resorts that are ideal for family reunions, offering activities for all ages and accommodations with spacious, connecting rooms and suites and condo- or villa-...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, Jan. 25 Blacksmith shop Kinder Farm Park, 1001 Kinder Farm Park Road, Millersville, will host a blacksmith shop workday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Visitors can stop by the Kinder Farm Park Blacksmith Shop to watch the resident blacksmiths....
  • Black History Month: Family-friendly websites offer learning opportunities

     Black History Month: Family-friendly websites offer learning opportunities
    Museums throughout the United States are making it easier than ever to learn more about the African-American experience — especially now, in time for February, which is Black History Month. Museums and other organizations have taken the initiative...
  • 'In The Paint' Exhibit Celebrates UConn Basketball

    'In The Paint' Exhibit Celebrates UConn Basketball
    When is a basketball not a basketball? When it's a paintbrush. Two pieces in the new exhibit at the Benton Museum on the University of Connecticut's Storrs campus are huge abstract paintings. One was created by the UConn men's basketball team and the...
  • Last call for pop art at Allentown Art Museum

    Landmark pop art that has graced the walls of the Allentown Art Museum this fall is coming down on Sunday. You have four more days to see "Robert Indiana: From A to Z" and "American Pop: The Prints." There are guided tours and events, and on Thursday...