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Magic Johnson Dedicates New World AIDS Museum

HIV/AIDS | By Winnie McCroy | Nov 13
On November 7, 22 years to the day that Magic Johnson announced that he was HIV-positive, the famed athlete was on hand to dedicate the World AIDS Museum and Educational Center in Wilton Manors, Florida.

Travel Tip: Tennessee’s Discovery Park of America

By Adrian Sainz | Nov 4
Discovery Park of America, a new museum, education center and tourist attraction opens this month in Union City, Tenn., a town of 11,000 located a few hours’ drive from Memphis, Nashville and St. Louis.

Largest Signed Baseball Collection on Display

NATIONAL | By Tamara Lush | Oct 23
A collection of signed baseball memorabilia with an estimated value of $2 to $3 million is now on display at the St. Petersburg Museum of History in Florida.

Oh, My! Wizard of Oz Collection Arrives in Rockland, Maine

FINE ARTS | By Clarke Canfield | Oct 14
A new exhibit that opened Saturday at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland features items from the world’s largest Wizard of Oz collection.

2013: LGBT’s Biggest Year So far

POLITICS | By Thom Senzee | Oct 9
As years go, 2013’s destiny is to be remembered as an LGBT-history heavyweight - even more so than 2012.

Gallery Shows: A Fall Preview

FINE ARTS | By Sura Wood | Sep 8
An impressive array of eclectic exhibitions is on offer at local galleries this fall. Here’s a tantalizing hint of what awaits you between now and the end of the year.

New Museum Puts Bay Area on Exhibit

LOCAL | By Matthew S. Bajko | Apr 17
Two years ago construction began on the Exploratorium’s new $300 million bayside home.

"David Bowie Is" Exhibit Opens in London

FINE ARTS | By Jill Lawless | Apr 3
For the first time in its history, London’s Victoria and Albert Museum showcases a pop icon in a new major multimedia exhibit.

NYC Museum to Explore the Early History of AIDS

CULTURE | Mar 13
The New-York Historical Society will present an exhibition this summer that will explore the early history of the AIDS epidemic in New York City.

World’s First King Herod Exhibit Set to Open in Jerusalem

By Daniel Estrin | Jan 28
Israel’s national museum announced that it will open the world’s first exhibition devoted to the architectural legacy of biblical King Herod, the Jewish proxy monarch who ruled Jerusalem and the Holy Land under Roman occupation two millennia.

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