Smithsonian

25 Apr 19
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Vacations are relaxing, but you shouldn’t just sit around. Instead, try something NEW!   1. Free museums Museums are not the stuffy old hangouts they used to be. Or rather, people thought they were. Today’s museums have taken advantage of the latest technology, and they embrace pop culture to bring some very fun and family-friendly […]

25 Apr 19
messymimi’s meanderings

(Because some people like Blogger and some like WordPress, i am putting the same content at both.  If you would prefer to read this on the other site, it is linked here.)    To enjoy more blogs participating in the A to Z Challenge, click here.         ***********************************         […]

25 Apr 19
Find one job

Company: CloudGuide Location: Sverige Apply Trainee About the company: CloudGuide is a global tourist app for smart cultural sightseeing and a platform, uniting all cultural institutions and tourist attractions in one place with official content and multimedia guides, helping them communicate with their visitors and get to know them better. We are working with over […]

25 Apr 19
Dezign Ark (Beta)

Acclaimed American photographer and documentary filmmaker Lauren Greenfield has turned her lens to modern Western culture. Watch her talk about how anthropology paved the way for her prizewinning documentaries, and about the commercial spot that went viral and started a movement of empowerment. In the 1990s, Greenfield, who has a background in visual anthropology, transferred […]

25 Apr 19
Life of Jenna

Greetings all! It’s that time of year again, the long winter months are beginning to melt away, so it’s time to start planning some spring and summer travel. For the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing my top 5 vacation spots from across the country. Today I want to share with you all how to […]

25 Apr 19
Bill's Media Commentary

With “Us“, Jordan Peele (“Get Out”, 2017/2/26) treats us again to horror satire over, in part, obsession with race, and this time we get a zombie apocalypse.  The title does refer to the idea of a tribe. I’ll mention a couple of personal contexts.  In 1986, in Dallas, I had befriended a flight attendant named […]

25 Apr 19
a world to go

I went to the National Bonsai & Penjing Museum this morning. I hadn’t realized it was a part of the U.S. Arboretum until I arrived and found myself quite confused as to where this Bonsai museum was. I had come prepared to see a big museum like the Smithsonians I have been frequenting recently and […]

25 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

Reconstruction of Callichimaera perplexa: The strangest crab that ever lived. (Credit: Elissa Martin, Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History) The crab family has just received a series of new cousins, including a 95-million-year-old species that will force scientists to rethink the definition of a crab – and perhaps the different evolution of animals over time. […]

25 Apr 19
Camilla Calnan Photography

Here in Western North Carolina, we are lucky to have an astronomical treasure nestled in the mountains.  The Pisgah Astronomical Institute (PARI) is nestled in the Pisgah National Forest near Rosman, North Carolina. Originally constructed by NASA, and also used by the Department of Defense at one point…”PARI is now a pulbic not-for-profit organization dedicated […]

25 Apr 19
The Large Man Chronicles

I love my home. I love my hometown. My Christian friends tell me all the time, “God never gives you more than you can handle…”. If my Christian friends are right, God must think I’m some kind of badass. Welcome back to The Large Man Chronicles…it’s been a year since my last confession. Before we […]

24 Apr 19
sflawlibraryblog

Every Congress accumulates a veritable ocean of words: in resolutions made, hearings held, and legislation introduced and sometimes passed. From when the very first Congress opened on March 4, 1789, then in Federal Hall in New York City, to the current Congressional session opened on January 3, 2019, documents and records have been piling up. […]

24 Apr 19
Gwen Jones Writes

One hella site for writers is Publishing… and Other Forms of Insanity.  Offering tips on contests, agents, publishers, self-publishing, reviews, calls for submission, and so much more, it’s the go-to site for the business-end of writing, geared towards beginning to seasoned writers. One of my favorite sections is for Conferences, and here’s the latest sampling […]

24 Apr 19
Fort Smith/Fayetteville News | 5newsonline KFSM 5NEWS

The American Meteorological Society has released a new climate change report (one every 5 years) to summarize and highlight the latest findings about how our climate may change in the future.  While every state and nation will see impacts, some will have less than others, mainly due to proximity to oceans and watershed layout.  How […]

24 Apr 19
Entertainment.

An exhibition is a public event at which pictures, sculptures, or other objects of interest are displayed, for example at a museum or art gallery. An exhibition of a particular skilful activity is a display or example of it that people notice or admire. Exhibition entertainment includes:1. Amusement parks An amusement park is a park that features various attractions, […]