The Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center is offering two new training programs for museum professionals and educators. Continue reading The museum as classroom
The month kicks off with an all-day celebration of women in the arts on March 6. Continue reading Celebrate Women’s History Month
A little late, but with no less levity, the Anacostia Community Museum celebrates Mardi Gras. Continue reading Laissez les bon temps roulez!
All together now: Awwww! Two clouded leopard cubs are born on Valentine’s Day. Continue reading Head in the clouds: Another success for the National Zoo
Going to the dentist can be a chore for anyone, but if you’re a western lowland gorilla, you may need special attention. Thank goodness for good health insurance! Continue reading Ow! What do you do when a gorilla gets a toothache?
Did you hear? The Washington, D.C., metro area had a dusting of snow last week. Click through for a slideshow of arresting images and don’t forget to add links to your own Facebook and Flickr albums in the comments. Continue reading Snowmageddon!
Recycling is not just for newspapers and plastic. When you upgrade your cellphone or laptop, be sure to recycle the old one. Here’s how… Continue reading Keeping it green: Don’t trash that old computer
…who has the most painstaikng job of all? Continue reading Mirror, mirror, on the wall…
The rare North Atlantic right whale whose model is the centerpiece of the Sant Ocean Hall at the Museum of Natural History has been sighted! Continue reading Phoenix rises again!
Click through to begin a slideshow of arresting photos from Secretary Clough’s recent trip to Antarctica. Continue reading Antarctica photo gallery