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2014/09/18 17:01
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It’s a museum without a permanent home but it’s one that aims to address the intersection of social, political and natural history. The Natural History Museum serves as a new sort of self-aware...
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2014/09/18 10:08
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Next month, the art collective Not An Alternative will release a letter signed by dozens of leading climate scientists—including Nasa’s former head climatologist James Hansen, the Nobel Peace...
2014/09/17 20:59
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Mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to announce on Thursday that individuals who sign up for the city's new municipal ID next year will be offered a free basic membership to some of the best cultural...
2014/09/17 08:42
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When I first met Lonesome George, I will admit he didn’t leave much of an impression. But there was a story about him that did. Lonesome George is famous for being the last giant tortoise from the...
2014/09/14 13:16
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... A squirrel-like animal in the tree branches above would have been a familiar sight to some dinosaurs, researchers have learned. Newly discovered fossils indicate that mammals have been around since...
2014/09/12 05:21
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RIDGEFIELD PARK - Ridgefield Park residents Stephen and Linda Quinn are most at home in nature. So earnest is their passion for the environment that rather than retiring somewhere picturesque and...
2014/09/10 18:42
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... Neotropic zone has more species of birds than any other region on Earth," said Brian Smith, lead author of the publication and an assistant curator at the American Museum of Natural History who...
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2014/09/10 17:39
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Paleontologists have described three new small squirrel-like species that place a poorly understood Mesozoic group of animals firmly in the mammal family tree. The study, led by scientists at the...
2014/09/09 19:58
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Published: September 9, 2014 - 2:22 pm As the Harlem Teen Choir sang "New York, New York," billionaire industrialist David Koch inaugurated the new fountains in front of the Metropolitan Museum of...
2014/09/09 16:25
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NEW YORK (AP) - Bloomberg Philanthropies says it's expanding its funding for cultural institutions' digital projects to help increase visitors' access to their resources. The nonprofit says it is...
2014/09/09 11:21
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This time last year, the small suburban plot in Ridgefield Park next to Steve and Linda Quinn's home was a barren patch of dirt. Today, the property blooms with colorful zinnias, supports a robust...
2014/09/08 22:07
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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Bell Museum of Natural History is moving from the Minneapolis location where it's stood for 75 years. The Star Tribune reports (http://strib.mn/1rTMLlj ) museum staff began...
2014/09/06 09:13
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GREENWICH, Conn. -- Dr. Daniel Ksepka, the curator of science at Greenwich's Bruce Museum, will talk about the passenger pigeon and other recently extinct bird species in a beach program this...
2014/09/05 13:52
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The Children’s Museum of Denver opened in 1973 in a converted school bus, and has since become a favorite attraction of the Mile High City. Permanent exhibitions include 13 “Playscapes” for children...
2014/09/03 05:21
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Parsippany resident, Keshav Sota, a senior from the Academy of Mathematics, Science and Engineering in Rockaway, recently completed a summer enrichment program under the auspices of the New Jersey...
2014/09/02 20:58
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The New York Botanical Garden's rare books room is off-limits to the public, but for $375 visitors can buy a platter adorned with peonies or a $98 dahlia-shaped paperweight, both created from the...
2014/09/02 14:58
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Botanical Garden CEO Gregory Long shows off a plate by licensor Oscar de la Renta Published: September 2, 2014 - 10:45 am The New York Botanical Garden's rare books room is off-limits to the public,...
2014/09/01 05:08
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By JESSICA MASULLI REYES SPARTA — An employee of the Sparta Public Library was demoted after she exposed that the library director allegedly was directing employees to falsify timesheets, a civil...
2014/08/29 15:09
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Earlier this month thieves made off with a giant Renaissance masterpiece—a 10-foot by six-foot piece painted by Guercino in 1639, and worth over $8 million. Whoever took the painting didn’t have to do...
2014/08/28 13:44
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Ancient winged reptiles called pterosaurs were so successful that they ruled Earth's skies for tens of millions of years, according to a study published in the journal ZooKeys. The fearsome fliers,...
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