museum of natural historyListed below are all the posts we have tagged with the term "museum of natural history"
Lebenthal works at her grandmother’s former desk Alexandra Lebenthal From presidents to pop culture icons, photographs of Lebenthal’s friends deck out her desk Mementoes small and large CEO, author, society insider, wife, and mother of three, Alexandra Lebenthal has a family history on Wall Street that goes back to [...]
Thanksgiving in New York City can be a wonderful experience if you plan it correctly. These NYC Insider Tips will keep you from being one of those tourists I see all the time who have not planned accordingly for their holiday and are left wandering around in the cold or rain, with their poor children, [...]
CARNEGIE MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 4400 ForbesAve., Oakland, 412-622-3131 EXHIBITS: "M Is for Museum" — Exhibit designed for ages 5-13 teaches kids how museums help protect, explore and explain life and earth (Oct. 15-Aug. 26; member preview Oct. 15 from 10 a.m. to noon, opens to the public at noon). "Read My Pins: The Madeleine [...]
The nation's capital boasts a collection of the world's best and grandest museums, which promise to beguile visitors belonging to all parts of the world and all age groups. Even though the District is a haven for one-of-a-kind museums, the five museums below top the charts of all the museums in Washington, D.C. Smithsonian National [...]
COLUMN By LEE DYE July 6, 2011 A small shark that's as nasty as it is fearless, attacking everything from Navy submarines to killer whales, has been blamed for its first clearly documented attack on a live human being. A so-called cookiecutter shark, which was probably a little more than a foot long, took a [...]