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06.05.2013 | | Posted at 11:39 AM

Emilie Clark in the Garden with the Four "R's"

By Peggy Sue
For the Wisconsin summer, the Lynden Sculpture Garden imports New York artist Emilie Clark’s exhibition titled “Sweet Corruptions,” while they continue their thought provoking series, “Women, Nature, Science.” Clark’s installations “In the Garden,” seen and used on a June Sunday was a prelude to the season itself when walking through the monumental art on the groun...
06.03.2013 | | Posted at 11:01 AM

Artist Emilie Clark on Compost, Domestic Life and Ecology, Part I

By Peggy Sue
In a continuation of the Lynden Sculpture Garden’s Series “Women, Nature, Science," the exhibtion “Emiiie Clark: Sweet Corruptions” opened June 2 on what evolved into a day with bright sunshine overlooking the vibrant green acreage from all Wisconsin's May rain. Clark had travelled from the East Coast to be at the gardens the past few days to oversee several components to her complex and...
Thursday, May 30, 2013

‘Treasures from the Allis Collection’

Visit the Charles Allis Decorative Art Museum for an exhibit that unveils the immense history within the museum’s walls. As a wealthy industrialist at the turn of the 20th century, Charles Allis was uniquely suited to engage his
Friday, Jan. 11, 2013
There's a big reason climate change differs from so many public policy challenges: unlike other crises, addressing the planet's major environmental crisis truly requires mass consensus. Indeed, because fixing the problem
Monday, Nov. 5, 2012

A geologist investigates ‘Noah’s Flood’

 In some polls, nearly half of all Americans believe the Earth is only 6,000 years old and was once entirely covered by Noah’s flood, which left behind the mountain ranges and canyons that constitute the topography of our world.
Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014
 In The Invisible Woman, Ralph Fiennes is the director and star, playing Charles Dickens during his long affair with a much younger actress, Nelly (Felicity Jones). Based on Claire Tomalin’s biographical sleuthing, the dramatization paints the big picture with historical fidelity and emotional
Monday, Sept. 13, 2010

Building Bridges between Science and Religion

The argument between science and religion is as old as Copernicus, but the shouting got louder during the last decade, fueled in part by an American administration whose policies sometimes appeared to be written by biblical fundamentalists. William P Brown, a professor at Columbia Theological Seminary...
Thursday, Feb. 7, 2008

Tonight @ Discovery World - 5:00 PM

The Discovery World Museum regularly saves special presentations to preview them at special “Members Nights,” specifically reserved for museum members. Tonight, from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m., the museum hosts one of these events. Draws include several screenings of a 30-minute film on unusual animal survival . . .

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