One suspects Dallas-area developers aren’t really haunted by the ghosts of the buildings they’ve knocked down. But there’s one place in town that is: The Park and Rec’s Boneyard. And you can visit it this Friday.
Archive: 'History or Science'
Unfortunately, this has been a week with a lot of tears. This video explains the science behind why we cry.
Naturally, we kick off our series, Inside the Bush Center, with a look mostly at the outside. George W. Bush did not have a great environmental record as president. His new Center at SMU is a different matter.
Emilia Bassano was the daughter of Italian Jews in Elizabethan London and an outspoken defender of women in print. But was she Shakespeare’s lover? A UNT professor wrote a play about her — and found that Emilia has kinfolk hereabouts.
It’s easy being green. Find out how at one of these fun Earth Day celebration this weekend.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a rockabilly singer who always had a dollar to his name.
Today in the roundup: David Lowery to direct Robert Redford, the Perot Museum earns an environmental distinction and the DMA offers an incentive.
They’re like highly-detailed totem poles made of heads of jaguars and reptile-gods. The two stands held the ceremonial bowl where the copal incense was burned – in Chiapas around 700 A. D. These babies are rare in the U.S.
On Thursday, National Geographic Live! brings its Birds of Paradise program to the AT&T Performing Arts Center. Guest blogger Danielle Marie Georgiou spoke with ornithologist Ed Scholes for a preview.
It’s that time of year where the answer could come in handy. Your gut answer is probably correct, but here’s the physics that backs it up.