Exhibition Reviews, History Museum

Exhibition Review; Museum of Jurassic Technology

No Comments 12 December 2009

I visited the War museum in Singapore and its own way it reminded me of the Museum of Jurassic Technology.  I thought how could I have forgotten my favorite Museum! Web Site Link The Museum is located at: 9341 Venice Boulevard Culver City, California 90232 Telephone: (310) 836-6131 email: info@mjt.org http://www.mjt.org One of my favorite [...]

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History Museum, Starting A New Museum

St. Nicholas museum plan would cost $10 million

No Comments 06 December 2009

By Matthew Santoni TRIBUNE-REVIEW “At the foot of Troy Hill, a 108-year-old, ethnically Croatian Catholic church has sat abandoned for five years, its sagging stained-glass windows rattled by traffic rumbling past on Route 28 a few feet away. But after St. Nicholas Church skirted demolition several times, a study released Friday showed it could see [...]

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NYC Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Annex to Close

No Comments 06 December 2009

NYC Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Annex to Close “NEW YORK (Reuters) – Just one year after opening, the New York City annex to Cleveland’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame will close its doors on January 3, according to one of the corporate partners in the venture. S2BN Entertainment announced the closure in [...]

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Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race

No Comments 06 December 2009

“Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race” amazing website from the at the Holocaust Museum Exhibition Narrative from the Holocaust Museum website: “From 1933 to 1945, Nazi Germany’s government led by Adolf Hitler promoted a nationalism that combined territorial expansion with claims of biological superiority—an “Aryan master race”—and virulent antisemitism. Driven by a racist ideology legitimized [...]

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Exhibition Review of the Indonesian National Museum

No Comments 01 December 2009

Medan Merdeka Barat 12 Jakarta 10110, Indonesia www.museumnasional.org 5 of 5 Stars Posted: December 1, 2009 Category: History Museum Museum Generation: Museum 1.0 Admission Price: 750 Rupiah Size: approximately 150,000  sq. ft. of exhibits Wheelchair Accessible: Yes My Review: To be honest wasn’t expecting much and was blown away!  Great Museum!  The Museum is in [...]

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History Museum, Natural History Museum, Starting A New Museum

Squaw Valley Ski Museum

No Comments 17 November 2009

By Janet Fullwood Contra Costa Times Correspondent “The upcoming Olympic Heritage Celebration is timed to cash in on public enthusiasm for the 2010 Winter Olympics, opening Feb. 12 in Vancouver, British Columbia. And it’s more than just a nostalgia bash. The underlying goal is to raise funds and support for a ski museum to be [...]

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Plan to revive Municipal Auditorium to be unveiled today

No Comments 10 November 2009

By Michelle Krupa, The Times-Picayune “Spearheaded by a pair of Mayor Ray Nagin’s close allies, the Center for Entertainment and the Creative Industry, dubbed CECI, would reinvent the Municipal Auditorium, still shuttered since Hurricane Katrina, as a structure that combines traditional stages with digital production facilities, a merchandise distribution center, a culinary school, a jazz [...]

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World War II museum to dedicate major expansion Friday

No Comments 09 November 2009

By John Pope The Times-Picayune November 05, 2009 In its first move across Andrew Higgins Drive, the National World War II Museum on Friday is dedicating a massive $60 million building where visitors can travel forward and backward in time.

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Exhibition Reviews, History Museum, Interactive Exhibit Philosophy

Basic World Class

Comments Off 23 September 2009

Khokana Museum, Khokana, Nepal I am in Nepal, visiting the village of Khokana a small village listed on the Unesco list of world heritage sites. The village is in the Kathmandu Valley, Kathmandu is known as the home of the Kumari Devi. I came for Durga Puja, an annual Hindu festival that celebrates worship of [...]

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Exhibition Reviews, History Museum

Leading Visitors Through a Historical Journey to a National Heartache

No Comments 15 July 2009

Click on image for slide show “Lincoln’s presence may hover over Washington, but there is no museum dedicated to him. Right now, the working theater is a kind of living museum, its shrine overlooking the stage, no matter what play is performed.” Photo: Andrew Councill for The New York Times Article By Edward Rothstein New [...]

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