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In a somber, off-kilter Paris, mass murder leaves emptiness

...doors. Instead of an Andy Warhol exhibition, the only thing out-of-town visitors Yvette and Guilhem Nougaret saw at the Museum of Modern Art was a sign announcing its closure "because of the circumstances."Shoppers expecting to fill their carts...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-11-14/in-a-somber-off-kilter-paris-mass-mu
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Clarence Sullivan

...Albuquerque home for 25 years. Sully became a docent at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History after retiring. He worked in the museum's lab and became an expert at teasing delicate fossils out of solid rock. Sully loved Alaska and moved to Soldotna...

http://www.legacy.com/Link.asp?I=LS000176576460
Feds side with Alaska Native group in artifacts probe

...traveling in China and could not immediately be reached. Van Dyke said the artifacts in question have been housed at the museum since the 1940s.In a Sept. 8 letter to Munroe, Andover Newton President Martin Copenhaver said it no longer had plans...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-10-20/feds-side-with-alaska-native-group-i
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Pioneer Potluck: About Alaskans

...Hurricane Bridge. Destination Fairbanks and the great mining areas, and the great park at "Alaska Land" with all the museums of old time mining, general homestead living, and a wonderful museum that houses the pioneers of the beginning of...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/food/2015-09-22/about-alaskans
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Juneau museum asks for public's help figuring out who's who

...000 unidentified photographs in the museum's collection."This collection...than 50,000 all told - came to the Museum in brown paper envelopes and colorful Kodak boxes in 2013.After the museum received the Alexander negatives...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-09-09/juneau-museum-asks-for-publics-help-
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Kenaitze tribe allows DNA testing on Dena'ina remains

...archaeology collection manager for the museum, and said that while the workshop...training and education. Shirar said the museum had originally applied for a grant...still need to be repatriated. Once the museum publishes a notice of completed inventory...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-09-05/unearthing-the-past-to-better-the-fu
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...the pole was displayed briefly in the museum, and the pole spent most of its...care of it," said Stephan Jost, the museum's director.It was among more...inhabited by the Tlingit people, the museum said. Of the original Tuxecan poles...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/jennifer-sinco-kelleher/2015-10-22
Pratt museum seeks expansion funding

...is planning an expansion in the near future. The museum, which features exhibits from the history and...with environmental control and more trails on the museum's 9.8-acre campus. The museum's administration has estimated that the whole...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-10-14
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Soldotna students tour museum with living homesteader

...straining to see every corner of the museum's restored cabins, the kids got...the first trip they have made to the museum itself, said Shaya Straw, who led...The students made their way through the museum's main building where they learned...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-09-13/living-history
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Vatican team traces history of Yup'ik masks

...returned and 40,000 stayed to form the core of a collection. The items have not been on display for 40 years, as the museum closed due to preservation concerns. They're now reaching out across the world to connect with the communities and...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-08-16-1
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