Laura C. Mallonee

Post image for Ancient Rock Art in Utah Is Being Destroyed by Target Shooters

Rock art is one of the most fragile cultural treasures in the United States and some people are destroying them with their guns.

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Post image for Help the British Library Decipher an 800-Year-Old Sword Inscription

Could a mystery that’s stumped historians for nearly two centuries be solved by internet commenters?

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Post image for Carnival Rides Spun into Abstraction

You haven’t really seen a ferris wheel until you’ve seen one photographed by Roger Vail.

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Post image for FBI Offers Reward for Two Stolen N.C. Wyeth Paintings

Seen any sentimental oil paintings of medieval knights hanging around lately?

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Post image for Looking at the Data Behind Free Museum Admission

The question of whether or not art museums should be free tends to get people riled up.

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Post image for Historic Chapel in Mexico Mysteriously Torn Down

Did a small town in Mexico bulldoze a historically protected chapel at the heart of its community last month?

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Post image for The San Francisco Police Department Has an Instagram Officer

If The Wire ran on television today, one of the characters would probably be an Instagram officer.

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Post image for Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple Gets Crucial Restoration

The United States is really proud of Frank Lloyd Wright — in February, it nominated 10 of the architect’s buildings for inclusion on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.

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Post image for New Orleans Ranked Best City for Creative Workers

According to a new study from the personal finance website SmartAsset, New Orleans has the best affordability-to-culture ratio out of the 187 largest cities in the United States.

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Post image for Artist Stalks Himself So the FBI Doesn’t Have to

If you want to know where Hasan Elahi is, just check his website.

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