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Arts & CultureNew NEA Chair Jane Chu Returns To Kansas City Listen Listening... In recent years, taxidermy has bust out of hunter's dens and natural history museums to become a new trend in home decor, as well as a way to remember pets. Guests:

The back room is where they cut open the dead animals, and the front room is where they sell them. They choose the creatures carefully, dealing only in what is legal and authentic. Working as their ancestors would, they make sure to use every part of the ...

The color palette of feathers selected for fly tying or the realistic posture chosen during the process of taxidermy are techniques the art culture often overlooks. The Wyoming Arts Council and the University of Wyoming American Studies Program have ...

Eventually, it was decided he would go to New York for a high-end taxidermy workout. More than two years after his death and a year since work on his body began, the world’s most famous tortoise returns to the limelight this week, going on show this week ...

A new collection of connected devices--and the issues and ideas they raise--are designed to broaden our perspective of the internet of things. InTouch, a long distance communication device which uses light and touch rather than video calling to deepen ...

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is again working with hunters and landowners from around the state, along with taxidermy shops and meat processors in north-central Missouri, to collect tissue samples from adult deer harvested during the fall ...

In a time when SF retail space is hard to come by, Loved To Death is one of the lucky ones. The quirky shop, filled with taxidermy and other unusual oddities, is expanding into the storefront next door to its current location. "We are busting at the seams ...

It was when Mickey’s paw fell off that the queasiness kicked in. While my fellow taxidermists had cradled their limp corpses, I had prodded mine with a scalpel. Getting intimate with a rodent was not my idea of fun. Should you be interested in taxidermy ...

After 34 years of serving Kansas hunters, John Parsons is down-sizing from three jobs to one. Parsons Taxidermy and Wild Game Processing in Derby is no longer taking animals for either business, Parsons said. He said he plans to continue to do business as ...

Catch them before they make it big and their prices sky-rocket. Visitors not looking to buy still have much to enjoy at the fair: highlight features (past examples include taxidermy classes, live tattooing and 3D printing), live performance art ...

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