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New Exhibit Examines Native American Imagery in U.S. Culture

New Exhibit Examines Native American Imagery in U.S. Culture

By Felicia Fonseca | Feb 20
The exhibit that runs through 2022 has opened to good reviews and pushes the national debate over American Indian imagery - including men in headdresses with bows, arrows and tomahawks - and sports teams named the Chiefs, Braves and Blackhawks.

I Spy: New NYC Attraction Offers Espionage History

I Spy: New NYC Attraction Offers Espionage History

By Deepti Hajela | Feb 19
Hello, recruit. Your mission, should you choose to accept it: Learn about the elements of spying, its history, and find out what kind of spy you could be.

BARchive :: Fair Trade

BARchive :: Fair Trade

By Michael Flanagan | Feb 18
Late in 2016, the press buzzed with word of tunnels beneath the 900 block of Market Street that provided escape routes from bars. There was more underground about these bars than tunnels, however. They were a hotbed of trade.

'Unseen' Exhibit to Depict Glow-in-the-Dark Creatures

'Unseen' Exhibit to Depict Glow-in-the-Dark Creatures

Feb 18
New York's American Museum of Natural History is working on just the solution: a floor-to-ceiling installation depicting creatures that glow.

It's a Woman's World: ClexaCon Returns to Las Vegas

It's a Woman's World: ClexaCon Returns to Las Vegas

Feb 16
Returning to Las Vegas for the second consecutive year, ClexaCon is a unique kind of media and entertainment convention for LGBTQ women and allies.

Host of NPR's 'On Point' Fired Over Workplace Abuse Claims

Host of NPR's 'On Point' Fired Over Workplace Abuse Claims

Feb 14
The host of one of National Public Radio's most successful programs has been fired over allegations of workplace abuse.

Ridicule of Leaders, Samba, Skimpy Garb at Brazil Carnival

Ridicule of Leaders, Samba, Skimpy Garb at Brazil Carnival

Feb 13
Brazil's top drag queen Pabllo Vittar is set to perform despite the country having some of Latin America's highest rates of violence against gay and transgender people, and Beija-Flor was tackling intolerance against the LGBT community and others.

National Portrait Gallery Unveils Obama Portraits

National Portrait Gallery Unveils Obama Portraits

By Ashraf Khalil | Feb 12
The National Portrait Gallery has unveiled portraits of former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama, both painted by African-American artists who were personally chosen by the Obamas.

The Internet, and the World, is in Love with Out Skater Adam Rippon

The Internet, and the World, is in Love with Out Skater Adam Rippon

Feb 12
Better late than never!

Fox Deletes Column on 'Darker, Gayer, Different' Olympics

Fox Deletes Column on 'Darker, Gayer, Different' Olympics

Feb 9
Fox News has removed a column from its web site that said it appeared the U.S. Olympic Committee wanted to change the event's motto to "darker, gayer, different."

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