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KTLA NewsSunday @ 10am Indiana Jones & the Adventure of Archaeology: The Exhibition Discovery Science Center 2500 North Main Street Santa Ana 714-542-2823 www.discoverycube.org Calling all adventurers and aspiring archaeologists! Indiana Jones and the Adventure of...
SANTA ANA — It belongs in a museum! That's what Indiana Jones said as he traversed the globe in search of elusive ancient artifacts that others wanted only for themselves. Now, however, the tables have turned, and the greatest archaeologist who...
Learn new information about the Pequot War (1636-1637), recently unearthed during an archaeological survey of the Battle of Mistick Fort, where 77 Connecticut colonists and 250 Native allies attacked the Pequot-held fort in present-day Mystic. Dr. Kevin...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Mashantucket, Museums
WSBT-TV ReporterA late-afternoon find Tuesday had all the makings of a mystery just waiting to be solved. Mishawaka Police and Indiana Department of Natural Resources officers were called to a scene on University Court Drive after police got a call of a “headstone...
How was desert museum funded? Having been a volunteer in small volunteer museums and knowing how hard it is to staff them with volunteers and maintain them with fundraisers and donations, I am curious about this relatively new Imperial Valley Desert...
Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest is kicking off Archaeology Month. The month-long event starts with Behind the Scenes tours in the field and lab Saturday. Visitors can explore Jefferson's personal retreat, while archaeologists talk about what they've...
Tags: Arts and Culture
The main branch of Lower Howard’s Creek begins in Winchester and flows generally toward the southwest until it gets to Kitt’s Hole near the Kentucky River. This deep pool takes its name, according to legend, from a man named Kitt who...
World NowArchaeologists digging in central England for the remains of Richard III, the king immortalized as a murderous tyrant by William Shakespeare, have found bones that in many ways match his profile –- literally....
firstname.lastname@example.orgBefore workers move ahead on bringing parts of Constitution Square Park into the 21st century for its new tenants, they will first have to delve beneath the park’s centuries old surface. The state historic site was officially turned over to Boyle...
Tags: Economic Policy, Arts and Culture, Rentals
KIAHRain and floods have taken a toll on Harris County waterways. "Over the years through various flood events and the everyday rains that we get, sometimes the streams become a little unraveled in places," explained Harris County Flood Control District...
Tags: Rivers, Arts and Culture, Bodies of Water
World NowBritish archaeologists searching for the grave of King Richard III are given an extra week after reporting promising findings beneath a parking lot in central England. Richard was killed in battle in 1485, but the whereabouts of the his remains have...
Staff WriterOCOTILLO — As the rising sun bathed the desert where a controversial 112-wind-turbine project is being built, dog handler John Grebenkemper walked his forensic dog Tuesday morning hoping it would detect the scent of cremated ancient Native...
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