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21
Dec
Stalking the giant wild cattle of the Golan Heights - Haaretz
Eight seasons of archaeological excavations at a site alongside the Jordan River reached an end last summer with good news: The site from 60,000 years ago, tells the story of the ancient hunter-gatherers who wandered the prehistoric Land of Israel in ...
Source:  Haaretz

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21
Dec
Butte's Historic Preservation Officer Moving On - MTPR
Jim Jarvis, who recently resigned as Butte Silver-Bow's historic preservation officer, explains how some of the most important buildings in Uptown Butte have been re-purposed during the last few decades. "Fortunately, it had been well-maintained ...
Source:  MTPR

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21
Dec
Is Film School Necessary? Top Indie Filmmakers Respond - Indie Wire
In my experience, though, it's probably better for students to find ways to apprentice with other filmmakers. There are exceptions -- like Cal Arts and Harvard with its Sensory Ethnography Lab, for example -- but most film programs feel like they're ...
Source:  Indie Wire

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21
Dec
Screenwriters awkward 10 albums of the year - Irish Times (blog)
There is so much going on in the record that it defies easy (not to say facetious) summary. At times it sounds like an exercise in ethnography. Elsewhere it's quite ambient Well done, Kuba Zio?ek from the historic city of Bydgoszcz. 5. YOU'RE DEAD BY ...
Source:  Irish Times (blog)

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21
Dec
'Second Avenue Caper': a heartfelt graphic novel a... - Pittsburgh Post Gazette
To a generation for whom AIDS is no longer a death sentence and an STD seems little more than a recreational nuisance, a graphic novel about a plague that ravaged the gay community in the '80s and '90s and the medical, political, and sexual ignorance ...
Source:  Pittsburgh Post Gazette

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20
Dec
Hip-Hop Museums Opening In Harlem & Times Square - HipHopDX
The Hip Hop Hall of Fame is halfway to its goal of establishing a Hip Hop museum in Harlem, New York. Plans to develop the Hip Hop museum and a coinciding youth media education academy are already underway. The Hip Hop Hall of Fame has already ...
Source:  Hop Museums Opening In Harlem & Times Square

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20
Dec
Popular Archaeology Releases New Ebook - Popular Archaeology
Arguably the finest issue of Popular Archaeology Magazine to date, this issue tells the story of recent scientific discoveries and new theories that are revolutionizing what we know about human evolution; the discovery of an ancient paleo-indian ...
Source:  Popular Archaeology

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20
Dec
Egyptian cemetery may hold over one million mummies - Haaretz
Judging by the density of the burials and the large size of the cemetery, the archaeologists believe that it could contain over a million bodies. The mummies appear to be those of ordinary people, rather than dignitaries, who were buried around 1,500 ...
Source:  Haaretz

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20
Dec
Museums winter course schedule - MassLive.com
Museums winter courses Springfield - This winter, the Museum School at the Springfield Museums will once again offer courses and experiential learning opportunities for both children and adults. Registration is now underway for winter courses and trips.
Source:  MassLive.com

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20
Dec
Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation hosting hikes at Montauk ... - Newsday
The New York state parks system is inviting the public to start the new year with guided hikes at more than two dozen parks and state historic sites. The Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation says it will sponsor guided hikes at 27 ...
Source:  Newsday

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