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London: The RAF Museum

There’s a reason I haven’t been to the RAF Museum before now, and it is this: London is a bloody big place, especially when you’re using public transport, and Colindale is absolutely nowhere near where I live.  2,155 more words


Books: Cities, Museums and Soft Power, Gail Dexter Lord and Ngaire Blankenberg (2015)

Cities, Museums and Soft Power, Gail Dexter Lord and Ngaire Blankenberg (Eds.), preface by Richard Florida

Publication: Washington, DC: AAM Press, 2015.

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Call your MoCs and Tell Them to Protect the National Endowment for the Arts

Call your members of Congress and tell them to defend the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) from any attempts to defund or abolish it… 358 more words

Ancient city of Ypres, Belgium offers window into experiences of Canada's war heroes

YPRES, Belgium – Canadians have always been welcome visitors to this historic West Flanders town. And many thousands who arrived here never went home again. 705 more words


Perfitt: Museum of History needs to cut ties with Big Oil

I was 10 years old the first time that I set foot in the Canadian Museum of History. I remember the awe of seeing the world’s largest indoor exhibit of totem poles the first time, and the slight terror of seeing a larger-than-life polar bear on the museum’s state-of-the-art IMAX screen. 611 more words


Top 5 Greatest Museums In The World

They indicate altogether different shows yet they all make them thing in like manner – they are all unquestionably justified regardless of your time! The rundown was picked by the extremely educated folks over at National Geographic. 233 more words

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