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Wankel T. rex Has Left Bozeman for Washington, D.C.

The 65-million-year old Wankel Tyrannosaurus rex fossil left The Museum of the Rockies on the afternoon of Friday, April 11, bound for The Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C., where it is expected to attract more visitors than any other T. rex fossil in the world!

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Nirvana Fan Aims to Turn Kurt Cobain’s Childhood Home Into Memorial Museum

An incredibly ambitious project has been undertaken by a Nirvana fan from Portland, Oregon. Journalist Jaime Dunkle recently discovered that late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain's childhood home was on the market, and with this discovery, Dunkle began an effort to purchase the house and turn it into a museum.

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Kids Using Rotary Phone Are Really Quite Funny [VIDEO]

Sure, it seems like every kid these days knows how to use a cell phone before they can even walk, but there are some simpler devices that leave them utterly perplexed.

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Remembering NASA’s ‘Challenger’ Crew 28 Years After The Fatal Launch [VIDEO]

I can't believe it was 28 years ago today that Space Shuttle Challenger launched its tenth and final mission, resulting in the death of all seven crew members. I remember watching the tragic event on TV as a kid. Today, and always, we remember the crew:

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Museum of the Rockies’ T. rex Skeleton To Be Relocated To Smithsonian

The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History announced that it has obtained a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton from the Museum of the Rockies. It will be transported from Bozeman and is expected to arrive in Washington, D.C. on April 15.

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51 Years Ago: The Beatles Release ‘Please Please Me’

"Congratulations, gentlemen. You've just made your first No. 1."

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41 Years Ago: Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J.’ Released

It would take a few years before anybody realized it, but 41 years ago today (Jan. 5) a rock and roll revolution was launched from an unlikely place. Bruce Springsteen's debut album, 'Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J.,' was released upon an unsuspecting world on Jan. 5, 1973.

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Rare Jerry Garcia Guitar to be Auctioned December 6 – 7; Public Will Be Able To Bid Online

Julien's Auctions, the world's premiere music and entertainment memorabilia auction house, has announced a very rare opportunity to own one of the most significant guitars of rock history. Jerry Garcia's Custom Travis Bean TB500 Electric Guitar, one of the most played guitars by the leader of the legendary Grateful Dead, will be the highlight offer at a two-day auction event on December 6 and 7. The public will be able to bid in person at the exhibition and auction in Beverly Hills, CA or online. Details:

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Homing Pigeons Are All The Rage [VIDEO]

Ok, maybe not a rage but perhaps a lost art that has a new life. We've never witnessed homing pigeons in action but they were extremely useful throughout history and this video is a pretty cool lesson in how these critters do their thing.

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The Gallatin Historical Society Will Sponsor A Free Talk On Yellowstone Park This Saturday

The Gallatin Historical Society will sponsor a FREE talk this Saturday, September 14, entitled "Haynes Postcards and Messages from Wonderland." Jack and Susan Davis, who have assembled the largest private collection of Yellowstone Park antiques, will look at Haynes postcards and how they shaped the public's perception of the park throughout the world.

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Join A Historic Tour Of Bozeman On Tuesday, June 18

The Museum of the Rockies is hosting a Historic Tour of Bozeman on Tuesday, June 18 from 10 am - 12 pm. Space is limited and pre-registration is required:

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Bozeman’s First Fire Engine A Narrow Fit Into The Pioneer Museum [VIDEO]

Bozeman's original fire engine was transported from Fire Station No. 3 into the Pioneer Museum last week, where it will now be on display for at least two years. The steam-powered, horse-drawn engine was acquired by the city in 1889. Pioneer Museum Director John Russell helped Bozeman firefighters very carefully move the beautiful antique into the museum. It was a narrow fit, as this video from The Bozeman Daily Chronicle proves:

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