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  • Natural History Museum in L.A. removes reference to God

    Natural History Museum in L.A. removes reference to God
    The Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History has removed a reference to God in an exhibition space for visitors, according to reports. An inscription in the museum's new Nature Lab that referenced God was taken down from the space Monday. The news...
  • Ready to crunch on a cricket?

     
    Ever imagine eating bugs? Well me neither, but adventurous eaters will get a gustatory experience of a lifetime when world-renowned Bug Chef, David George Gordon, gives his unique cooking demonstrations to visitors of all ages Saturday at Da Vinci Science...
  • Movie Quote Quiz

     
    Today’s Movie Quote Quiz is a tribute to one movie that came up in conversation with my friend at Tuesday’s night’s Triple A Championship Game at Coca Cola Park. It has nothing to do with baseball; our conversations tend to......
  • 100 cool places in Arizona

    100 cool places in Arizona
    Western Arizona Oatman. If it was good enough for Clark Gable and Carole Lombard on their honeymoon, Oatman should be good enough for you, although it's been 73 years since the Hollywood couple spent their honeymoon night in the allegedly haunted...
  • Spring prime-time for butterflies at UF museum

    Spring prime-time for butterflies at UF museum
    When I first began visiting the Florida Museum of Natural History with my kids in the mid-1990s, the buzz was all about dinosaurs and bones, topics of interest for little boys in the era of post-"Jurassic Park" dino fever. Now, the main attraction is...
  • Deadly Cobra on Twitter

    Deadly Cobra on Twitter
    Zookeepers in New York trying to find a deadly cobra may need to look no further than Twitter to find clues about the snake's whereabouts. Most recently, the snake "Tweeted" that it was, "Holding very still in the snake exhibit at the Museum of Natural...
  • President Obama's Visit To NYC Raises Traffic Concerns and Big Money

    President Obama's Visit To NYC Raises Traffic Concerns and Big Money
    A visit from President Obama will make getting around Manhattan a challenge on Tuesday, as he tries to continue making a case for U.S. involvement in Libya and raises money for his party. Lots of money. Expect the FDR Drive to be closed intermittently...
  • Obama Met With Mixed Reviews In Harlem

    Obama Met With Mixed Reviews In Harlem
    Dozens lined Lenox Avenue in Harlem hoping to catch of glimpse of President Barack Obama -- in the area for the first time since his campaigning days in 2008. He arrived at the Red Rooster Harlem restaurant this evening for a $30, 800 dollar a plate...
  • Shark bite: The first of the year for New Smyrna Beach

    Think New Smyrna Beach and the first thing that comes to mind for many is "Shark Attack Capital of the World." On Friday a shark kept this beach's reputation intact. A 49-year-old man was coming back to shore at mid-afternoon Friday was bitten while...
  • Sunshine State charms: 21 things to do on your Florida vacation

    Sunshine State charms: 21 things to do on your Florida vacation
    Some of the best attractions in Florida — the beaches, sunsets and environmental gems — remain blissfully unchanged over time. Yet there are always new diversions, from museums and attractions to quirky stops that shout "only in Florida."...
  • Natural Perspectives: Adventures in snowy Albuquerque

    Generally, Vic and I try to avoid flying into the midst of a natural disaster. But sometimes it just happens. If you recall, I was caught in a tornado in April in Tennessee, near Knoxville. Golf ball-sized hail totaled my rental car with hundreds of...