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Crosscut
Unearthing the T-Rex of Hell Creekbe slowly and delicately removed over the next year or so. The skull can be see
Unearthing the T-Rex of Hell Creek
Crosscut / Posted 14 minutes ago
be slowly and delicately removed over the next year or so. The skull can be seen in its plaster field jacket until October 2. Then, once it’s ready, the Tufts-Love Rex will go on display in the museum, just as the amateur archaeologists once drea... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Borrowing page from Obama's past, activists seek slice of library piethe home of the University of Chicago. The site in Jackson Park brings the libr
Borrowing page from Obama's past, activists seek slice of library pie
Chicago Tribune / Posted 58 minutes ago
the home of the University of Chicago. The site in Jackson Park brings the library into close proximity with the campus and the Museum of Science and Industry. The push for a community benefits agreement is being led by the Kenwood Oakland... Read more
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Londonist
Is Boudica Buried In London?who mercilessly slaughtered continental invaders helped troubled wartime London
Is Boudica Buried In London?
Londonist / Posted an hour ago
who mercilessly slaughtered continental invaders helped troubled wartime Londoners. John Clark, Curator Emeritus at the Museum of London, whose notes have been invaluable to writing this, states that he only heard of the King’s Cross idea in... Read more
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Northern Echo
Ailsa proves autism is no barrier to being a model employeedoes two six-hour shifts a week and makes her way independently from the Sunder
Ailsa proves autism is no barrier to being a model employee
Northern Echo / Posted an hour ago
does two six-hour shifts a week and makes her way independently from the Sunderland care home where she lives to the museum in north Durham. She catches a bus at 7.36am and Ailsa chuckles as she describes the journey on public transport:... Read more
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Canberra Times
Mike Parr's Foreign looking is surprising and confronting(1980); included in numerous Sydney biennales; showered with surveys and retros
Mike Parr's Foreign looking is surprising and confronting
Canberra Times / Posted an hour ago
(1980); included in numerous Sydney biennales; showered with surveys and retrospectives in state galleries, including the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney (2006) and now the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra. Earlier this year I... Read more
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Oxford Mail
William the Conqueror has invaded Wallingford a second timeincluding the smallest medieval chess piece ever found in England – a beautiful
William the Conqueror has invaded Wallingford a second time
Oxford Mail / Posted an hour ago
including the smallest medieval chess piece ever found in England – a beautiful object made of antler, discovered behind the museum in the dig last summer. For more information about upcoming events and exhibitions go to wallingfordmuseu... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Gypsy Road Trip: Olde Main Street Museum in Newcomerstown1915, followed by a factory making carbide tools. The carbide residue created a
Gypsy Road Trip: Olde Main Street Museum in Newcomerstown
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 2 hours ago
1915, followed by a factory making carbide tools. The carbide residue created an extensive cleaning problem when organizing the museum. Today family members still keep up that tradition as Vane Scott III, and his granddaughter, Meredith,... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
'This is extremely good news' - Lancashire museums thrown a closure lifelinecan no longer afford to run them, will now enter detailed negotiations with the
'This is extremely good news' - Lancashire museums thrown a closure lifeline
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 2 hours ago
can no longer afford to run them, will now enter detailed negotiations with the organisations, which have not been named. The museums will still close on September 30 but care and maintenance plans will be put in place to ensure they are looked... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
History of the Huon Valley kept alive in Geeveston museumon 936 ABC Hobart. "It turns out they've got this gem of a collection." Mr Hu
History of the Huon Valley kept alive in Geeveston museum
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 hours ago
on 936 ABC Hobart. "It turns out they've got this gem of a collection." Mr Hume said one of his favourite sections of the museum display was the "spin class" — a collection of peddle and treadle-powered wood-cutting machines. "I noticed these... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Descendants of Coffs Harbour's 'founder' Captain John Korff visit citysafety offered by Coffs Harbour and the good depth of water. Ms Fogarty was de
Descendants of Coffs Harbour's 'founder' Captain John Korff visit city
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 hours ago
safety offered by Coffs Harbour and the good depth of water. Ms Fogarty was delighted to have some of his descendants at the museum. "It is really nice that the descendants of one of our very important historical figures has an ongoing... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Twice Burned: Burning Books sets its autobiography ablaze in new exhibitionThere was theater and music and all of this interesting stuff, and we were just
Twice Burned: Burning Books sets its autobiography ablaze in new exhibition
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 5 hours ago
There was theater and music and all of this interesting stuff, and we were just eating it up.” They forged connections with the museum world and continued collaborating with avant-garde musicians. Their 1986 book The Guests Go in To Supper featured... Read more
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InDesign
4TH INTERNATIONAL UTZON SYMPOSIUM AT SYDNEY OPERA HOUSEinclude: Juhani Pallasmaa, Finnish architect, former Professor at Helsinki Univ
4TH INTERNATIONAL UTZON SYMPOSIUM AT SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE
InDesign / Posted 5 hours ago
include: Juhani Pallasmaa, Finnish architect, former Professor at Helsinki University of Technology, former Director of the Museum of Finnish Architecture Vishaan Chakrabarti, Marc Holliday Associate Professor of Real Estate Development Liu... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Rochester's Strong Museum of Play a hands-on experienceEd McMahon on the show. There's a special pride of place for a glass case bear
Rochester's Strong Museum of Play a hands-on experience
Calgary Sun / Posted 5 hours ago
Ed McMahon on the show. There's a special pride of place for a glass case bearing the slogan "The doll that started the museum." Inside is a 10-inch tall doll, with light blonde hair and a white dress. Here is its story: The doll was the... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Ex-judge and FBI agent
 Harold Moss dies at 100became a centenarian, died Tuesday in Denver. He also was a philanthropist who
Ex-judge and FBI agent
 Harold Moss dies at 100
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 5 hours ago
became a centenarian, died Tuesday in Denver. He also was a philanthropist who “got the wheels going” for what is now the Museums of Western Colorado and the Western Colorado Center for the Arts. From his FBI office in Grand Junction, Moss... Read more
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Marshall Independent
Blast from the pastput the word out that people could come and take what they wanted," Lichtsinn s
Blast from the past
Marshall Independent / Posted 6 hours ago
put the word out that people could come and take what they wanted," Lichtsinn said. Area residents have since donated to the museum items such as a booth, a porthole and a sign that says "You may not take beer into Showboat." The letters will be... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Tim Peake exhibition set to launch at a Chichester museuminto space, but also inspire young people to follow their dreams.” Visitors wi
Tim Peake exhibition set to launch at a Chichester museum
Chichester Observer / Posted 6 hours ago
into space, but also inspire young people to follow their dreams.” Visitors will start their journey when they step into the museum’s rocket lift and will be transported into the museum’s ‘outer space’ level. Their mission will begin by finding... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Out and AboutHer topic will be a power point presentation of "Revealing the Secrets of the U
Out and About
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 6 hours ago
Her topic will be a power point presentation of "Revealing the Secrets of the Underground Railroad." Seating limited. The Museum is open 1-4:30 p.m. Sundays through Sept. 4. Admission by donation. For information, call... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Beer benefit: Rails & Ales Fest raising funds for Altoona Community Theatrecompetition from Penn State and Steelers games, Helsel said. The first few were
Beer benefit: Rails & Ales Fest raising funds for Altoona Community Theatre
Altoona Mirror / Posted 6 hours ago
competition from Penn State and Steelers games, Helsel said. The first few were held at Lakemont Park then moved to the museum. "The rail yard is set up for events like this, plus they are close to the downtown, and we're downtown," Helsel... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Get in one last road trip around southwest Connecticut before summer endsroad trip. Just remember to order it without ketchup. As you head north, you'l
Get in one last road trip around southwest Connecticut before summer ends
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 6 hours ago
road trip. Just remember to order it without ketchup. As you head north, you'll run into Warren's Occult Museum in Monroe. The museum houses some of the creepiest and horrifying artifacts from paranormal history. Don't touch anything, not that you... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Peabody Museum celebrates 150th with free admissionVisitors at the free event, “Summer’s Last Roar,” will have the opportunity to
Peabody Museum celebrates 150th with free admission
Connecticut Post / Posted 7 hours ago
Visitors at the free event, “Summer’s Last Roar,” will have the opportunity to view the museum’s permanent and temporary exhibits, and participate in craft activities and other special events. Discounted museum memberships will be available. On... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Council, manager discuss communicating with publicmembers also raised concerns about an issue they've been receiving several emai
Council, manager discuss communicating with public
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 7 hours ago
members also raised concerns about an issue they've been receiving several emails about in recent weeks — the delay of the museum expansion project. Krenning wanted to know how the information was relayed to the public (discussed at a public... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Peabody Museum celebrates 150th with free admissionVisitors at the free event, “Summer’s Last Roar,” will have the opportunity to
Peabody Museum celebrates 150th with free admission
Greenwich Time / Posted 7 hours ago
Visitors at the free event, “Summer’s Last Roar,” will have the opportunity to view the museum’s permanent and temporary exhibits, and participate in craft activities and other special events. Discounted museum memberships will be available. On... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Peabody Museum celebrates 150th with free admissionVisitors at the free event, “Summer’s Last Roar,” will have the opportunity to
Peabody Museum celebrates 150th with free admission
Darien News-Review / Posted 7 hours ago
Visitors at the free event, “Summer’s Last Roar,” will have the opportunity to view the museum’s permanent and temporary exhibits, and participate in craft activities and other special events. Discounted museum memberships will be available. On... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Retired Blue Angel arrives at Museum of FlightThe recently retired Blue Angels #2 F/A-18C fighter jet has arrived in Seattle
Retired Blue Angel arrives at Museum of Flight
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 7 hours ago
The recently retired Blue Angels #2 F/A-18C fighter jet has arrived in Seattle at the Museum of Flight. The famous Navy aircraft is on permanent loan from the National Naval Aviation Museum and is on display in the Aviation Pavilion. The plane was... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Peabody Museum celebrates 150th with free admissionVisitors at the free event, “Summer’s Last Roar,” will have the opportunity to
Peabody Museum celebrates 150th with free admission
Stamford Advocate / Posted 8 hours ago
Visitors at the free event, “Summer’s Last Roar,” will have the opportunity to view the museum’s permanent and temporary exhibits, and participate in craft activities and other special events. Discounted museum memberships will be available. On... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Treasure trove of military historyjackets, stacks of various patches, piles of buttons and boxes of miscellaneous
Treasure trove of military history
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 8 hours ago
jackets, stacks of various patches, piles of buttons and boxes of miscellaneous items fill most of the processing space at the Museum of Missouri Military History. More than 800 items have come to the newly expanded museum from the National... Read more
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The Marietta Times
River museum important to city, its historyA visit to the museum, located at 601 Front Street, is a walk through time and
River museum important to city, its history
The Marietta Times / Posted 8 hours ago
A visit to the museum, located at 601 Front Street, is a walk through time and an interactive history lesson about Marietta, its rivers and the way river commerce spurred the growth of our city in its early days. The museum offers something for... Read more
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Manning River Times
We are moving!volunteers are also making changes to the shelving unit before the display is c
We are moving!
Manning River Times / Posted 8 hours ago
volunteers are also making changes to the shelving unit before the display is complete. The Cundletown Museum was established 21 years ago and this month marks five years since they signed the lease on the hall, where the museum is now... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
Intensive care babies get special reunion at Grand Rapids Children's MuseumTuesday, Aug. 23. Nearly 160 children who have been cared for in the NICU durin
Intensive care babies get special reunion at Grand Rapids Children's Museum
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 9 hours ago
Tuesday, Aug. 23. Nearly 160 children who have been cared for in the NICU during the past 10 years were able to play at the museum, as well as eat cake and take pictures. It's been nearly a year since Jeremy and Kayla Cordell returned home... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Mail truck delivers the pasttools used in homesteading, carpentry and farming, some of which are interactiv
Mail truck delivers the past
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 9 hours ago
tools used in homesteading, carpentry and farming, some of which are interactive. The best part about volunteering at the museum, Hallett said, is the stories she hears from visitors. "It's a case of, I think, learning from the past," she... Read more
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Northumberland Today
AROUND TOWN: Port Hope baton twirler continues tohe will be in Garden Hill for his seventh annual Monarch butterfly tagging and
AROUND TOWN: Port Hope baton twirler continues to
Northumberland Today / Posted 9 hours ago
he will be in Garden Hill for his seventh annual Monarch butterfly tagging and release at Dorothy’s House Museum. The museum is located at 3632 Ganaraska Rd., and the program runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Everyone is welcome. For more... Read more
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Mashable
This book explains why it's OK to be 'Wasting Time on the Internet'make you feel good about every minute you lost to Facebook. Goldsmith is an ac
This book explains why it's OK to be 'Wasting Time on the Internet'
Mashable / Posted 10 hours ago
make you feel good about every minute you lost to Facebook. Goldsmith is an academic, artist and first poet laureate of the Museum of Modern Art. He is also the author of the excellent little book Wasting Time on the Internet, published... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
Nazi-Looted 'Adam' and 'Eve' Paintings to Stay in Californiaby the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Lucas Cranach the Elder painted the works in
Nazi-Looted 'Adam' and 'Eve' Paintings to Stay in California
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 10 hours ago
by the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Lucas Cranach the Elder painted the works in around 1530. In 1971, they were acquired by the museum for $800,000, the equivalent of about $4.8 million today. They were appraised at $24 million in 2006. Depicting... Read more
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NBC New York
Nazi-Looted 'Adam' and 'Eve' Paintings to Stay in Californiaby the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Lucas Cranach the Elder painted the works in
Nazi-Looted 'Adam' and 'Eve' Paintings to Stay in California
NBC New York / Posted 10 hours ago
by the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Lucas Cranach the Elder painted the works in around 1530. In 1971, they were acquired by the museum for $800,000, the equivalent of about $4.8 million today. They were appraised at $24 million in 2006. Depicting... Read more
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NBC Washington
Nazi-Looted 'Adam' and 'Eve' Paintings to Stay in Californiaby the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Lucas Cranach the Elder painted the works in
Nazi-Looted 'Adam' and 'Eve' Paintings to Stay in California
NBC Washington / Posted 10 hours ago
by the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Lucas Cranach the Elder painted the works in around 1530. In 1971, they were acquired by the museum for $800,000, the equivalent of about $4.8 million today. They were appraised at $24 million in 2006. Depicting... Read more
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NBC Chicago
Nazi-Looted 'Adam' and 'Eve' Paintings to Stay in Californiaby the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Lucas Cranach the Elder painted the works in
Nazi-Looted 'Adam' and 'Eve' Paintings to Stay in California
NBC Chicago / Posted 10 hours ago
by the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Lucas Cranach the Elder painted the works in around 1530. In 1971, they were acquired by the museum for $800,000, the equivalent of about $4.8 million today. They were appraised at $24 million in 2006. Depicting... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Bonnie and Clyde's vengeful 1934 letter to ex-gang member in Dallas County jail to hit auction blockwhat things go for," said Perry Carver, who runs the Bonnie and Clyde Ambush Mu
Bonnie and Clyde's vengeful 1934 letter to ex-gang member in Dallas County jail to hit auction block
Dallas Morning News / Posted 10 hours ago
what things go for," said Perry Carver, who runs the Bonnie and Clyde Ambush Museum in Gibsland, La. Carver took over the museum last year from Linton "Boots" Hinton, whose father, Ted, was a Dallas County sheriff's deputy and part of the law... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Nazi-Looted 'Adam' and 'Eve' Paintings to Stay in Californiaby the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Lucas Cranach the Elder painted the works in
Nazi-Looted 'Adam' and 'Eve' Paintings to Stay in California
NBC Bay Area / Posted 10 hours ago
by the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Lucas Cranach the Elder painted the works in around 1530. In 1971, they were acquired by the museum for $800,000, the equivalent of about $4.8 million today. They were appraised at $24 million in 2006. Depicting... Read more
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NBC Miami
Nazi-Looted 'Adam' and 'Eve' Paintings to Stay in Californiaby the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Lucas Cranach the Elder painted the works in
Nazi-Looted 'Adam' and 'Eve' Paintings to Stay in California
NBC Miami / Posted 10 hours ago
by the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Lucas Cranach the Elder painted the works in around 1530. In 1971, they were acquired by the museum for $800,000, the equivalent of about $4.8 million today. They were appraised at $24 million in 2006. Depicting... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
Nazi-Looted 'Adam' and 'Eve' Paintings to Stay in Californiaby the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Lucas Cranach the Elder painted the works in
Nazi-Looted 'Adam' and 'Eve' Paintings to Stay in California
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 11 hours ago
by the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Lucas Cranach the Elder painted the works in around 1530. In 1971, they were acquired by the museum for $800,000, the equivalent of about $4.8 million today. They were appraised at $24 million in 2006. Depicting... Read more
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NBC Connecticut
Nazi-Looted 'Adam' and 'Eve' Paintings to Stay in Californiaby the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Lucas Cranach the Elder painted the works in
Nazi-Looted 'Adam' and 'Eve' Paintings to Stay in California
NBC Connecticut / Posted 11 hours ago
by the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Lucas Cranach the Elder painted the works in around 1530. In 1971, they were acquired by the museum for $800,000, the equivalent of about $4.8 million today. They were appraised at $24 million in 2006. Depicting... Read more
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Boston Globe
Rhode Island sues to get Russian sub removed from scrapyardin 2009 to Rhode Island Recycled Metals LLC in Providence. It wasn’t financiall
Rhode Island sues to get Russian sub removed from scrapyard
Boston Globe / Posted 11 hours ago
in 2009 to Rhode Island Recycled Metals LLC in Providence. It wasn’t financially feasible to restore it, said Frank Lennon, the museum foundation president. The company undertook a tedious process to salvage artifacts and remove the interior... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Southeast Texas landmarks the focus of scavenger huntIn the Dunn gallery at the Museum of the Gulf Coast, 30 riddles can be found in
Southeast Texas landmarks the focus of scavenger hunt
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 12 hours ago
In the Dunn gallery at the Museum of the Gulf Coast, 30 riddles can be found inside frames, each clue directing people to 30 historical sites throughout the county. For those who want to participate in the free scavenger hunt, the first step is to... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Quirky for a causea sport that has roots that date to the mid-1850s. "It's a perfect way to hono
Quirky for a cause
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 13 hours ago
a sport that has roots that date to the mid-1850s. "It's a perfect way to honour these men, to raise some money for the museum and to meet new friends." The day-long tournament, which be held for the first time at Couchiching Beach Park... Read more
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AdWeek
Ogilvy Vet Liz Taylor Joins FCB Chicago as Chief Creative OfficerExpress, Kimberly-Clark, Dove and Morton Salt. Her most prominent recent projec
Ogilvy Vet Liz Taylor Joins FCB Chicago as Chief Creative Officer
AdWeek / Posted 13 hours ago
Express, Kimberly-Clark, Dove and Morton Salt. Her most prominent recent projects include the SC Johnson installation "The Museum of Feelings," which earned coverage across media outlets, attracted 56,000 visitors and won four Cannes... Read more
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Daytona Beach News-Journal
3 Things To Do Wednesday386-676-3256. 2. Get physical with art: Unwind with yoga in the gallery at the
3 Things To Do Wednesday
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted 14 hours ago
386-676-3256. 2. Get physical with art: Unwind with yoga in the gallery at the Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art, part of the Museum of Arts & Sciences, 5:30-6:30 p.m., 352 S. Nova Road, Daytona Beach. Class is open to all experience levels.... Read more
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St. Louis Cardinals
Homestand Highlights (Tuesday, August 23 -- Sunday, August 28, 2016)Hall of Fame and Museum highlight artifacts in the collection not currently on
Homestand Highlights (Tuesday, August 23 -- Sunday, August 28, 2016)
St. Louis Cardinals / Posted 14 hours ago
Hall of Fame and Museum highlight artifacts in the collection not currently on display during a pregame presentation inside the Museum. Today's featured items relate to Cardinals Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Gibson and include a scorecard from Gibby's... Read more
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Deseret News
Rhode Island sues to get Russian sub removed from scrapyardin 2009 to Rhode Island Recycled Metals LLC in Providence. It wasn't financiall
Rhode Island sues to get Russian sub removed from scrapyard
Deseret News / Posted 14 hours ago
in 2009 to Rhode Island Recycled Metals LLC in Providence. It wasn't financially feasible to restore it, said Frank Lennon, the museum foundation president. The company undertook a tedious process to salvage artifacts and remove the interior... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
United Way bus could leave Pittsburgthat did. Railroads are what made this country great," Larry Spahn, president o
United Way bus could leave Pittsburg
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 14 hours ago
that did. Railroads are what made this country great," Larry Spahn, president of Heart of the Heartlands said. Over time, the museum run solely ...More >> In the nearly abandoned town of Carona, Kansas lies a treasure trove of railroad... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Things to do in and around Greenwichstop motion collection with be on display at the Bruce Museum, 1 Museum Drive,
Things to do in and around Greenwich
Greenwich Time / Posted 14 hours ago
stop motion collection with be on display at the Bruce Museum, 1 Museum Drive, through Oct. 16. The photos are part of the museum’s “Science in Motion” exhibit. Abilis walk/run planned The 11th annual Walk and Inaugural 5k Run to benefit... Read more
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