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The 2016 Smithsonian Magazine American Ingenuity Awards

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This year's recipients range from a popular actor and comedian to a tech-savvy archaeologist

Ask Smithsonian: Can Animals Predict Earthquakes?

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Humans cling to the idea that the beasts of the field could help to make earthquakes predictable, but prognosticators they are not

The Starship Enterprise Is Coming in for a New Landing at the Smithsonian

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This artifact in the Air and Space Museum collections boldly returns to public view

Sidedoor: A Smithsonian Podcast

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Stories from the Institution told in an innovative audio experience

LISTEN: Smithsonian Folkways Re-releases Anthology of Indian Classical Music

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This Mick Jagger-approved album includes Ravi Shankar and Ali Akbar Khan's first recordings released in the West

The 2015 Smithsonian American Ingenuity Awards

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This year's recipients range from a Broadway visionary to an astrophysics genius

Smithsonian Holiday Festival: Movies, Music, Shopping and More

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The Smithsonian is here to get you into the swing of the holiday season by way of a free, two-day festival happening this weekend. Come out to the mall for two days of movies, music, book signings and (of course), shopping. For all gifts purchased at the Air and Space, American History and Natural History Museum [...]

This Powerful Stokely Carmichael Portrait Never Made It to the Cover of Time Magazine

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The artwork, by famed artist Jacob Lawrence, captured the turning point in the Civil Rights Movement

The Smithsonian’s Curator of Asian Film on Where Spike Lee’s Oldboy Fails

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The Sackler Gallery's curator Tom Vick wonders why Hollywood directors and producers even bother remaking films when the originals were so excellent

Smithsonian Researchers Are Bringing the Oryx Back to the Wild

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Reintroducing the species back to north-central Africa shows early signs of success

Gotta Catch ‘Em All on the National Mall

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Sergeant Nadia Tyler, a security guard at Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian, is collecting Pokémon creatures daily

Your Questions About African-American History, Answered

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A special edition of Ask Smithsonian on the occasion of the opening of a new Smithsonian museum

The Ruby Slippers Are Funded in the Museum's First Kickstarter Campaign

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The Smithsonian asks visitors to help bring back the sparkle and #KeepThemRuby

How the Cell Phone Is Forever Changing Human Communication

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An ongoing study by Smithsonian anthropologists investigates the dramatic shifts wrought by the smart phone

How Native American Artist Fritz Scholder Forever Changed the Art World

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An exhibit in Denver looks at why we should all be grateful that Scholder broke his word

Hatha Yoga Inspired Abstract Art a Century Before Rothko

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Paintings recently discovered in Jodhpur's royal palace depict Nath yogis' understanding of the cosmos

Death and Decay Lurks Within These Stunning Works of Art

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With a touch of morbid humor, sculptor Jennifer Trask sees a rich backstory in blood and bones

Why Is Pennsylvania Ave D.C.'s Main Thoroughfare and More Questions From Our Readers

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Your questions answered by our experts

What Is Dark Matter and More Questions From Our Readers

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You asked, we answered
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