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Pine Bluff becoming an unlikely hotbed for museums
by Jack Schnedler
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6 May 2019
On 6 May 2019 The Associated Press reported:
The sky's the limit this spring at the Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas. Actually, the entire universe is the limit in a family-focused exhibition at this hybrid Pine Bluff museum. 'Sun, Earth, Universe' is the title of the visiting show, in Pine Bluff through June 29. Created by the National Informal STEM Education Network working with the National Aeronautics and Space Agency [NASA], it invites youngsters and adults to try their hand at seven interactive stations. Pine Bluff is unlikely to come to mind as a hotbed of museums.
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But the Arts & Science Center is only one among a half-dozen sites of possible interest, all with free admission.
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