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One building, all things Hoosier

Indianapolis has its fair share of museums; there are, in fact, 49 (at last check) in the greater metropolitan area, so depending or you interests you can find just about anything to explore—be it art, military, aviation, auto racing, medicine, history or something more like the railroads, firefighting, or the life and times of one-time famous Hoosiers. 439 more words


Books and benefits: BPL offers museum deals

By Lisa Nault

Staff Writer

Library cards provide the most powerful gift of all: knowledge. They allow people to learn new topics, explore fantastical worlds, and adventure into the past. 824 more words

Simmons College

Two Weeks of Wikipedia!

It is not a secret that I am a Wikipedia fan.  I research it, I edit it, I present at conference about it, I write about it, and I go to conference about it.   625 more words


Minorities, Museums and Social Media

So this week I was thinking a lot about the direction I wanted to go in post-graduate degree and how the research I have done for my master’s thesis has informed the foundation of what I want my career to look like. 409 more words


"Herman Melville’s New York, 1850" at The New York Society Library

by guest contributor Charles Cuykendall Carter

The New York Society Library’s current pop-up exhibit explores the life and experiences of Herman Melville in New York City, during the time leading up to the 1851 publication of Moby-Dick. 638 more words

Book History

Notes from the Other Side of the Cultural Cliff

This past weekend was the annual Newark Open Doors event. The city opened up, allowing the public to engage with a wide range of art in a plethora of venues. 278 more words


London: 18 Stafford Terrace (Linley Sambourne House)

I know I’ve mentioned before how I am, to some extent, always fishing for an excuse to go out to Kensington.  The lure of the giant Whole Foods there (mainly because they sell delicious chocolate chip muffins) + Ben’s Cookies simply proves irresistible.  920 more words