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  • Neil deGrasse Tyson reveals first guests, premiere date for 'StarTalk' show

    Neil deGrasse Tyson reveals first guests, premiere date for 'StarTalk' show
    Everybody's favorite astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson, is entering the late-night fray in April with a TV version of his hit podcast, "StarTalk." And now we know he'll be joined by an eclectic array of guests on his first few shows. President Jimmy...
  • A mother tongue lures visitors to museums

    A mother tongue lures visitors to museums
    As the Americans who are at least 5 years old and speak a language other than English at home now exceed 20 percent of the population, museums across the country are responding with bilingual and non-English educational programs for all ages. Offered in...
  • In Theory: When we talk Darwin, must we also include Creationism?

    In Theory: When we talk Darwin, must we also include Creationism?
    The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science has been criticized by intelligent-design advocates for allegedly canceling a series of events tied to Charles Darwin's theory of evolution rather than including alternative viewpoints toward evolution,...
  • Orlando Health offers travel to promote healthy aging

    Orlando Health offers travel to promote healthy aging
    Life is an adventure, one possibly made longer and more successful with travel. A variety of experts have noted the positive impact traveling can have on healthy aging. The U.S Travel Association has shared that activities and experiences stemming...
  • 'Lefty' Kreh recounts nearly 70 years of fishing for dorado, tarpon and one pterodactyl

    'Lefty' Kreh recounts nearly 70 years of fishing for dorado, tarpon and one pterodactyl
    There are few anglers more revered than Frederick native Bernard "Lefty" Kreh. Kreh, who turned 90 last month, has fished for nearly 70 years with everyone from Ted Williams to Fidel Castro, and from President Jimmy Carter to Ernest Hemingway. Enshrined...
  • Scientists reveal the real reason you have eyelashes

    Scientists reveal the real reason you have eyelashes
    The mysterious function of eyelashes has been revealed at last -- thanks to science. After measuring the dimensions of nearly two dozen mammal eyes, performing a series of wind tunnel experiments and engaging in some complex fluid dynamic modeling,...
  • NYC museum gift shop to feature Etsy-created items

    The popular online craft seller Etsy will create a line of original products for the American Museum of Natural History. The items, inspired by the museum's collection, will be sold at the museum's gift shop and online. The museum announced the...
  • Cape Cod Off Season, Hiking, Museums, Movies, Birdwatching

    Cape Cod Off Season, Hiking, Museums, Movies, Birdwatching
    We love Cape Cod in summer, but hate the crowded beaches and golf courses, packed restaurants and soul-sucking traffic jams. During the off-season, from now to Memorial Day weekend, there's plenty to do, minus the crowds. Here are some suggestions (it's...
  • Eugenie Clark dies at 92; Respected scientist swam with sharks

     Eugenie Clark dies at 92; Respected scientist swam with sharks
    As a schoolgirl in the 1930s, Eugenie Clark spent countless hours pressed up to the tanks at a New York City aquarium, absorbed by the alligators, sea turtles and hundreds of species of fish just beyond the glass. There was one creature, however, that...
  • NYC ID program starts off with a bang

    A municipal ID program that city officials thought would draw a few hundred thousand people in its first year has been much more popular than anticipated, with New Yorkers waiting hours in line and months for appointments to register. City officials have...
  • Greet a parrot, pet a bug at Conservatory's KidsFest

    Greet a parrot, pet a bug at Conservatory's KidsFest
    Kids will have a chance to wish Happy BirdDay to George, the double yellow-head Amazon parrot that lives in the Oak Park Conservatory's tropical room. But there's more than that to KidsFest, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, March 1 at 615 Garfield St., Oak Park....