Wednesday, June 20, 2018

So you want to be a cowboy?

If you have ever watched a great western movie, you’ve probably wondered what it would be like to be a cowboy. Though a life...

How our nation’s symbol soared back from the brink

In 1782, the bald eagle was officially declared the national symbol of the United States. It became the icon that evoked patriotism – a...

Why is Alabama’s state flag a red X?

Though Alabama entered the Union in 1819, it wasn't until the state seceded from the Union in 1861 that Alabamans adopted a flag of...

What does climate change mean for the walrus?

Walruses are facing a "death sentence" after the Trump administration declined last month to list the Pacific walrus as endangered, according to the Center...

How Do I Become … a Wax Sculptor?

While Kate Winslet waits for a glossy makeover, Britney Spears is having her hair tonged. Near by, Cristiano Ronaldo's ear is getting some attention,...

Musée d’Orsay: From Station to Museum

Old buildings in Paris never die -they are converted into museums. From the Louvre, which began as a royal palace, to the grand town...

Compiègne: Hitler’s Greatest Revenge

When the French government called on Germany for an Armistice during World War II, Hitler finally had the chance to enact his greatest revenge. The...

Can Math be Fun and Cool? Museum wants to prove it

A very unique playground for both the young and the less young, the MoMath is a place curated to satisfy both sides of your...

Did Florida Host the First Thanksgiving?

Blaring trumpets and thundering artillery serenaded Don Pedro Menéndez de Avilés as he waded ashore on September 8, 1565. The Spanish admiral kissed a...

What it’s like to eat $1,000 “Golden Opulence Sundae

Visitors to New York City's famed Serendipity 3 typically opt for its popular frozen hot chocolate. But the ultra-rich can afford a much more indulgent menu...

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