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Posts in May, 2013

Art News: Dinosaur Skeleton to Be Returned to Mongolia

The American criminal justice system has decided to return the complete skeleton of a giant raptor to it rightful owners in Mongolia. The raptor is 8 feet high and 24 feet long and was smuggled into the US, the smuggled bones were sold and reassembled at an auction house. 

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International Design Museum Munich devotes exhibition to design icons

An exhibition in the Audi Forum in Neckarsulm has now been devoted to design icons from one of the world’s leading design museums. Until the end of June Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich – is displaying a trenchant selection of objects from its permanent collection. The exhibition represents a new style of presentation for the Museum, which moving away from its usual context is targeting a wide audience with an interest in design.

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What you didn’t know about the Marine Corps War Memorial

Memorial Day is just around the corner and as you may know it’s a day of remembering the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. Below a few fun facts about the Marine Corps War Memorial:

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Have a sporting event coming up?

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Golf News: Tiger wins again!

After winning his second Players trophy by two over David Lingmerth, Jeff Maggert and Kevin Streelman, Woods is certainly on the right track. The 37-year-old No. 1 overcame a double-bogey on the par-4 14th hole when his tee shot hooked into the water, watched his closest pursuer, Sergio Garcia, fall apart with a series of water balls on 17 and 18, and signed for a 2-under 70 that could signal a big summer ahead in the majors.

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