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The Adventures of Archie the Traveling T. Rex: Big Bend National Park
April 26, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

by Charlotte Brohi Well, it’s Archie reporting in…. After my visit to Paris, I thought it high time I went to a place closer to home that has fossil records of some of my friends in the dinosaur world. Can you guess where? So, I hunkered down in my suitcase for the short flight to […]

Where Fact and Fiction Meet: LA’s Museum of Jurassic Technology and the Cabinet of Curiosities
April 21, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

I have two lives. At the Houston Museum of Natural Science, I’m a science blogger, but in my art life, I’m an aspiring novelist. Occasionally, I have the privilege of embarking on a literary pilgrimage to a city I’ve never been to, in the most recent case, Los Angeles, where I attended the AWP writer’s […]

Exploring the Natural Sciences with Blocks: It Can Be Done!
March 9, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

Nothing inspires both children and adults quite the way a museum does. A close second is the inspiration that both the young and old find playing and experimenting with various kinds of toys that encourage building and construction. Exploration of the natural sciences and imaginative construction play are a natural fit. The museum’s new exhibit […]

This Dino Toy’s All Wrong! What’s Up With That!?
February 3, 2016 · 2 Comments

by “Jurassic” James Washington III With the exception of our feathered friends, dinosaurs are all but gone today. So what are the ways to connect to these long lost creatures? Well as a child I had three options — museums, media and models. Going to the Houston Museum of Natural Science and standing in the […]



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