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A Replica Of Leonardo Da Vinci's 'mona Lisa' Has Been Sold To A European Collector For $3.4 Million...

Leonardo da Vinci's world-famous "Mona Lisa" painting in the Louvre museum. Associated Press A copy of Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" on Friday sold for $3.4 million. A European collector bought the replica via...

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Angelina Jolie & Jonny Lee Miller Did Have A ‘date Night’ In Nyc, In His Apartment?

Angelina Jolie and her kids spent about one full week in New York, in what was described as Angelina’s “belated birthday trip.” They went to museums and did some sight-seeing (fully masked) and Angelina got photographed a lot. Which is how a...
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"one Of The Things We’re Trying To Push Back Hard Against Is Reading His Work In Terms Of...

Said Ethan Lasser, head of Art of the Americas at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, quoted in "The Enslaved Artist Whose Pottery Was an Act of Resistance/Poetic jars by David Drake are setting records at auction and starring in art museums, showcasing...
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Met Gala 2021: Celebrities Who've Been Banned From The Event

Every year, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City puts on the Met Gala, which always sparks incredible fashion displays up and down the red carpet. There is always a theme and celebrities go all-out trying to make the biggest splash on the...
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Fungal Spores From 250-year-old Collections Given New Lease Of Life

The biological and historical diversity in museum collections is staggering, with specimens collected across centuries by some of the most famous scientists in history. In a new study, researchers successfully revived museal fungal specimens that...

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Fungal Spores From 250-year-old Collections Given New Lease Of Life

The biological and historical diversity in museum collections is staggering, with specimens collected across centuries by some of the most famous scientists in history. In a new study, researchers from the University of Copenhagen successfully...
Related topics: Denmark, Copenhagen

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Marjorie Taylor Greene Didn't 'learn' Anything At The Holocaust Museum

On Monday, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene “apologized” for comparing mask mandates to the Holocaust, a sentence that cannot be written without the proper scare quotes. This is to say: While Greene technically uttered the words “I’d like to...

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Striking Parallels: Us Bombings Of Vietnam And Israel’s Aerial Assault On Gaza

Growing up, I learnt about the true extent of American bombing in Vietnam at school, in museums, and on TV. I routinely watched news reports of unexploded bombs being discovered and defused in the Central and Southern regions, namely Quảng Trị...

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Touring Harlem, Then And Now, With Dawoud Bey

The photographer, who is the subject of a retrospective at the Whitney Museum, revisits the neighborhood that provided the backdrop for his early images, and where the old jazz clubs and theatres have been turned into banks and high-rises.
Related topics: Photography

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Museum Manager Defends Plans For Canceled Juneteenth Event

Critics said plans included a sympathetic portrayal of slaveowners.

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Museum Manager Defends Plans For Canceled Juneteenth Event

Critics said plans included a sympathetic portrayal of slaveowners.

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Remains Of Kkk Leader Removed From Park

The remains of Confederate general and KKK leader Nathan Bedford Forrest and his wife were dug up from a Memphis park and removed, along with a statue, to the National Confederate Museum, the Memphis Commercial Appeal reports.

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Overnight Health Care: Fda Says Millions Of J&j Doses From Troubled Plant Must Be Thrown Out |...

Welcome to Friday’s Overnight Health Care. First, New Yorkers could get vaccinated under a blue whale at the Natural History Museum. Now, this weekend only, a new site has opened at the Empire State Building's 86th floor observatory. If you...
Related topics: Food And Drug Administration, Empire State Building

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Hawaii Museums Association Activates During Covid

The key to striving or thriving in 2021, for Hawaii museums, is to master grant writing, activiate their boards and maximize technology.

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Honolulu Museum Of Art Paints A Path Forward

PBN caught up with Kevin Imanaka, HoMA's chief communications officer, to get an update on the scope of the pandemic's impact on the art museum, as well as its plans for recovery as Hawaii reopens.

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New Programming Helps Bishop Museum Thrive

For Bishop Museum, creating new outdoor and online programming was one key strategy for surviving Covid-19.

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Third Trailer For Npc Action Movie 'free Guy' Now Arriving In August

"So… I'm not going to be the 'good' guy, I'm going to be the 'great' guy." 20th Century has debuted a third trailer for Free Guy, the video game action comedy directed by Shawn Levy (of Night at the Museum, Date Night, Real Steel, The Interns
Related topics: Entertainment Videos

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Two Viking Relatives Reunited In Denmark After 1,000 Years

Separated for 1,000 years, two Viking warriors from the same family were reunited on Wednesday at Denmark's National Museum, as DNA analysis helps shed light on the Vikings' movements across Europe.
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You'll Have To Arrest Andrew Lloyd Webber Before You Let Him Close His Theaters!

It's taking a while for the arts and culture world to reopen following a year of COVID-19 lockdowns worldwide. In the UK, cinemas are welcoming film lovers, albeit at reduced capacity, and museums and galleries are open for those who book ahead of...

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Discovered In Australia, 'the Southern Titan' - A 16 Foot Tall Dinosaur Almost The Length Of A...

A rendering of the Australotitan cooperensis dinosaur discovered in Australia. Courtesy of the Eromanga Natural History Museum A dinosaur found in Australia is now one of the 15 largest in the world. "The southern titan" is 16 feet tall...
Related topics: Scientific Discoveries, Dinosaurs, Paleontology, Boeing

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