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  • Brilliant

     
    You have to love the leaders of the nonexistent National Museum of Industrial History. They run through $17 million over 15 years without creating an actual museum. Blasted in a Northampton County grand jury report for their ineptitude and specifically......
  • Alien Invasion at West Palm museum

    Alien Invasion at West Palm museum
    Calling all earthlings: The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is under attack! Aliens will take over the science center for a family-friendly night of interactive entertainment during the monthly Nights at the Museum event on July 25. "We're...
  • Air Power Park to honor women aviators

    Anyone who has spent time on Mercury Boulevard in Hampton has driven past the Air Power Park and Museum. It's near the intersection with LaSalle Avenue and you can't miss it. Just look for the various missiles and fighter jets on display. Those outdoor...
  • Children's garden proposed for Winnetka

    Children's garden proposed for Winnetka
    Hoping to encourage local families to develop a better appreciation of nature, officials with the Winnetka Community House said this week that a children's garden soon could be sprouting up in the village. Tim McCabe, the executive director of the...
  • NVAM show displays the surrealism of war

    NVAM show displays the surrealism of war
    How to make sense of war? Between the daily news and the history books, war is mostly explained in terms of religious difference, power struggle, economic imbalance and historical injustice. This is as true for the recent actions of the Islamic State, the...
  • Washington and Lee University will remove Confederate flag replicas

    Washington and Lee University will remove Confederate flag replicas
    Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va., has agreed to remove replicas of Confederate flags several months after 12 black law students demanded their removal from campus. The flags in the university's Lee Chapel were replicas of original...
  • So, you always wanted to own your own tank

    PORTOLA VALLEY, Calif. The tank took two direct hits at the end of the Cold War that hurt its reputation more than any battlefield defeat. The first blow was the image of Michael Dukakis grinning as he clung to a tank turret while running for president in...
  • Caught on video: Couple swipe $10,000 dinosaur replica from N.C. museum

    RALEIGH, N.C. Missing: One duck-billed dinosaur. Made of resin. Snatched from the nest. Wanted: Two young troublemakers, possibly lovers, in Raleigh's felony museum heist. That's the state of things after a girl in short shorts and a boy in a striped...
  • Governor Wolf Historical Society to host a trip to the Atlas Museum in Northampton Aug. 12

    Governor Wolf Historical Society will meet at 5:50 p.m. Aug. 12 for a special trip to the Atlas Museum in Northampton. Guests should meet at the historical society campus, which is at 6600 Jacksonville Road in Bath, to carpool to the museum, according to...
  • Museum hosts annual turtle walks

    Those looking for a glimpse of an endangered species in its element recently got it in Fort Lauderdale. The Museum of Discovery and Science hosted its annual series of turtle walks, where participants can follow guides from the museum while they search...
  • Review: 'The Pedestrians' by Rachel Zucker

    Review: 'The Pedestrians' by Rachel Zucker
    My friend the poet Anthony Madrid was yammering on about Rachel Zucker's new poetry collection, "The Pedestrians." I was skeptical. I hadn't loved the only book of hers I'd read, "Museum of Accidents" (2009). Well, I hadn't finished "Museum of Accidents,"...