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Relive the Past at Museums, Diners, Drive-Ins, and More
Louis Kaplan is channeling his childhood. As a youngster, he collected baseball cards, which he stored in boxes and treasured as souvenirs of America's favorite pastime. Decades later, he's reliving ...
March 28, 2021
Montreal Public Health Wants Gyms, Libraries, and Museums Reopened Across City: Report
MONTREAL—Quebec's opposition parties are demanding the government release a document from Montreal's health authority that is calling for ...
November 5, 2020
The Canadian Press
Over 60 Exhibits Damaged at Berlin Museums; Motive a Mystery
BERLIN—More than 60 artworks and artifacts at some of Berlin's best-known museums were smeared with an oily liquid ...
October 21, 2020
The Associated Press
Attendance Picks Up at Reopened Orange County Museums
Museums in Orange County, California, say they are encouraged by attendance as visitors have returned to their exhibits ...
October 10, 2020
Drew Van Voorhis
British Insitutions Warned Not to Remove Statues Over Protests or Face Funding Cut
The British government has sent a letter to several museums and cultural institutions warning that their public funding ...
September 29, 2020
Discards, Rewrites, and Ignorance: The Enemies of Culture and How to Resist Them
Back in January, before COVID-19 bolted the doors to my public library, I entered the vestibule and saw that ...
April 8, 2020
Discovering New York’s Lesser-Known Museums
From Houdini and Hamilton to locks and skyscrapers, museums in New York City are remarkably varied.
February 23, 2019
Egyptian Blue Hides in These Mummy Portraits
Dusting off 15 Roman-era Egyptian mummy portraits—mostly untouched for 100 years—has revealed a 2,000-year-old surprise.
August 29, 2015
Museums Are Using Virtual Reality to Preserve the Past—Before It’s Too Late
Cultural institutions are steeped in history and tradition, but they are also uniquely placed to take advantage of ...
July 14, 2015
Montreal: A Treasure Box Waiting to be Discovered
Pay a visit to Montreal any time of year and for sure there will be something to enjoy. ...
May 18, 2015
The Smithsonian Grapples With a Modern Conundrum: How to Engage New Audiences
As ethnic demographics change in the United States, museums struggle to engage.
May 1, 2015
The Slow Art Day Challenge: Look at One Artwork for 10 Minutes
NEW YORK—My husband and I are on the same page for most things, but as soon as we ...
April 10, 2014
1,500 NYC Museums Free this Saturday
NEW YORK—On Saturday, Sept. 28, those with a free Museum Day ticket can gain admission to over 1,500 ...
September 26, 2013
Clay Army on the March: San Francisco to Host Terra Cotta Warriors
To celebrate the arrival of the Terra Cotta Warriors in San Francisco, Stanford Professor Emeritus Albert E. Dien ...
February 6, 2013
Paris Airport Opens Museum for Passengers
The new Terminal 2E at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport launched its art museum Espace Musées on Jan. 15, ...
January 29, 2013
Michal Bleibtreu Neeman
Ringling Art Museum, a Treasure to Cherish
Within this palace of treasures are paintings and sculptures by the great old masters, including Rubens, Titian, van ...
December 30, 2012
Nation’s Only Math Museum Opens Saturday
The newest museum in New York City is dedicated to inspiring people—especially children—to learn about math through interactive ...
December 14, 2012
New History Museum Opens at San Francisco’s Welcome Center
San Francisco's Welcome Center finally opens the doors to its History Museum on the fourth floor, with rooms ...
December 9, 2012
Public Input Sought in Museum Revamp
The Canadian Museum of Civilization launched a nationwide tour on Nov. 9 to collect public input on new ...
November 7, 2012
Roosevelt Murals Reopen at Museum of Natural History
The Theodore Roosevelt Murals at the American Museum of Natural History reopened to the public after two years ...
September 19, 2012
World’s Oldest Colour Moving Pictures Discovered
The world’s earliest colour moving pictures dating from 1902 have been found in Bradford, England, rewriting film history.
September 14, 2012
Technology Replicates Ancient Chinese Temple
The exhibition, “Echoes of the Past: The Buddhist Cave Temples of Xiangtangshan,” will run from Sept. 11 through ...
September 12, 2012
Books In The News
The U.S. Pentagon is reviewing the contents of the soon-to-be-released memoir by a Navy SEAL of the raid, ...
September 5, 2012
Angela Merkel’s Encounter in Beijing’s Forbidden City
When foreign government officials visit China, disgruntled Chinese petitioners often try to slip through security. This situation took ...
September 3, 2012
Berlin Museum’s Plan to Replace Old Masters Raises Uproar
“Art museums have an important responsibility to keep a broad range of historical artwork available on view for ...
July 24, 2012
Last Remnants of 19th Century Living
The Merchant’s House Museum remains the last 19th century family home maintained in Manhattan where visitors are treated ...
January 15, 2012
American Folk Art Museum Celebrates Quilts
The American Folk Art Museum is exhibiting hundreds of fine antique quilts, highlighting the value of the collectable.
August 23, 2011
Oklahoma Governor Signs Bill Banning Critical Race Theory in Public Schools
Second Plaintiff Joins Federal Lawsuit Challenging COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate
WHO Approves Emergency Use Listing for China’s Sinopharm CCP Virus Vaccine
Brazil’s President Suggests CCP Virus Created to Wage ‘Biological Warfare’
Special Report on Controversies Surrounding CCP Virus Origins | China in Focus
Violent Crime Surged in These Cities After Mass Black Lives Matter, Anti-Police Protests
The Daily Caller News Foundation
Labor Unions Would Rake in $9 Billion More From Dues If PRO Act Is Passed: Report
The Daily Caller News Foundation
California Reports First Ever Yearly Population Decline
The Associated Press
Texas House Passes GOP-Backed Election Integrity Bill
National Border Patrol Council Endorses Elise Stefanik to Replace Liz Cheney