Monthly Archives: June 2021

11 weird and interesting museums in Nebraska

Clowns, roller skates, Bigfoot and a MASH POTATOES exhibit: From the bizarre to the historic, the museums of Nebraska offer a different take on the Americana. From Johnny Carson’s hometown to the American baseball pastime, here’s a look at 11 insanely special museums across Cornhusker State. Tim trudell 1. Bone …

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5 adorable Denver apartments to book for your stay

From beautiful mountains to bustling cities, Colorado offers endless things to do and see – and luckily for those who live here, we don’t have to travel far to have fun. Denver is the perfect place for Coloradans to plan a vacation. In addition to numerous bars and restaurants, it …

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The power of partnership

Australia is the continent with the highest rate of mammal extinction in the world. A total of 10 percent of the original species have become extinct since Europeans first arrived on the southern continent at the end of the 18th century. There are a number of reasons why this is …

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Your Tuesday: Opus Musivum

“Now is the winter of our discontent; made a glorious disappointment with the lockdown speech, ”as the bard would say today. As we gather indoors, in various states, surrounded by failed quarantine plans and vaccine (st) deployment, we need a positive plan to lift our spirits. So, I have a …

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Sascha Scott receives Smithsonian American Art Museum Prize for his essay on the decolonization of art history in the United States

Sascha Scott, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in Art History, is the recipient of the prestigious Patricia and Phillip Frost Essay Award from the Smithsonian American Art Museum for her article “Georgia O’Keeffe’s Hawai’i? Decolonizing the History of American Modernism ”, which appeared in the Summer 2020 issue …

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