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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
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...
When Lt. Robert Maynard sailed back into Hampton on Jan. 3, 1719, the grisly sight of Blackbeard's severed head swinging from his bowsprit marked the end of one of history's most notorious pirates. But for nine of the crewmen who fought alongside him...
Few patches of ground looked less promising when student archaeologists began probing the center of historic James Fort toward the end of their 2010 summer field school. Scoured out by slaves for the construction of a Confederate earthwork, the...
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...
On a grassy hill a mile west of the Patuxent River, historian Ralph Eshelman can see the same bucolic view of fields and placid water anxious British soldiers likely saw when they landed in the summer of 1814 — the first stop in their campaign to...
Soundboard Music Blog - Orlando SentinelFrom singer Kaleigh Baker to gypsy-rock of The Getbye, there's plenty of local music on the Outdoor Stage on the Grande Green Lawn at this year's Orlando International Fringe Festival. And the music is all free admission. There's an extensive schedule,...
Three years of digging at a prehistoric Indian site in Anne Arundel County has unearthed the oldest structures and human habitations in Maryland and is making this bluff above the Patuxent River one of the most important archaeological sites in the Mid-...
Volunteer archaeologists are descending on leafy Lafayette Square in West Baltimore this weekend in an effort to uncover relics from Camp Hoffman, a Union army encampment that stood there during the Civil War. Just hours into the project Friday, while...
Tags: Unrest, Conflicts and War, History, Politics, Slavery, Elections
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — Phillip Tobias, a renowned South African paleoanthropologist and expert on early man and hominids, died Thursday. He was 86. Tobias died in a Johannesburg hospital after a long illness, according to South Africa's...
KIAHIt's a legend that is said to have begun with Hernan Cortes in 1526, and one that may end with the University of Houston in 2012. The Lost City of Cuidad Blanca on the northern coast of Honduras. For centuries hunters and travelers have reported sightings...
Tags: Arts and Culture
Gayle Anderson was live in Downtown Los Angeles at the California Science Center for the arrival of the West Coast premiere of "CLEOPATRA: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt." The exhibit opens at the California Science Center May 23rd. "CLEOPATRA"...
Tags: Science, Europe, Arts and Culture, Science and Technology, Egypt
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