American Museum of Natural History
The exhibit opening Saturday will include interactive features that will allow museum-goers to generate a virtual volcano or stand in the eye of a tornado.
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The American Museum of Natural History will have its first-ever sleepover adventure for adults 21 years old and up on Aug. 1.
Pterosaurs ruled the skies when dinosaurs roamed the Earth. Now, they’re taking over the Museum of Natural History as the focus of a new exhibit.
The people of earth should prepare for more frequent encounters with asteroids, according to scientists.
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Primary day is three weeks away, so the candidates are making the final pitch to voters before the nominees are selected.
The Mobile Couch spread its wings on Tuesday morning. TV 10-55’s Alex Denis visited the Butterfly Exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History.
Humans have a fascination and kinship with the majestic whales on display in the “Whales: Giants of the Deep” exhibit.
AMNH—one of the city’s most visited attractions—has hundreds of dioramas, precisely re-created environments with taxidermied animals, painted backdrops, and vegetation or other objects placed in the foreground to enhance the diorama’s verisimilitude.
Thousands participated in the 2012 Komen Greater New York City Race for the Cure, which began at 9 a.m. on Sunday. The 3.1-mile race is the largest fundraiser of the year for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation.
The medical examiner said Brigham died form blunt force trauma to the head and neck which is consistent with a fall down the stairs.
Dana Tyler takes us to an exhibition called “Creatures of Light” at the American Museum of Natural History.
From Brooklyn history to the roots of rock and roll, NYC lecturers have much to share about our city and our world.
Davis made the donation to the MAT Program. When students graduate, they are required to teach in high-need local schools for several years.
The next time you go to see the dinosaurs at the American Museum of Natural History, just be glad you can’t smell ‘em. A new study suggests that dinosaurs may have helped keep an already overheated world warmer with their flatulence and burps 200 million years ago.