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Weekend Plans: Nerd Games, Theater, Brunch and More

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Thursday Enjoy an evening of beer, pizza and good old-fashioned competition through a variety of fun games and activities at Science After Dark: Nerd Games, hosted by the Museum of Discovery. You must be at least 21 to enter. Tickets are $10. Beer will be available for purchase from Stone's Throw Brewing and and pizza, beer and cocktails also available fr[...]

6 Events Around Central Arkansas This Weekend

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Thursday The Museum of Discovery in downtown Little Rock presents Science After Dark: Glow After Dark, an “Electromagnetic Wave Rave” from 6 to 9 p.m. There will be beer from Stone’s Throw Brewing and pizza from Damgoode Pies. You must be at least 21 to enter. Admission is $10 and free for members. Get your tickets here. Friday through Sunday The Arkansas[...]

Holiday Gift Guide

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The holidays are quickly approaching. Delicious holiday food, fun and activities are plentiful. Everyone is busy trying to find the perfect gift for their loved ones. Enjoy our Holiday Gift Guide and shop local with these creative gifts!   A regional favorite with a variety of recipes for all occasions, the cookbook Big Taste of Little Rock expl[...]

TV Scientist Kevin Delaney is Ready for His Next Move

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Kevin Delaney isn’t sure he considers himself a scientist — but saying he plays one on TV oversimplifies things considerably. elaney is in the business of science communication. He has appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and at the center of his own show, Street Science, on the Science Channel, which just wrapped up for the season. “Ther[...]

Play With Fire at Science After Dark

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You may have been told not to play with fire. But you’re a grown up now. Experience the Museum of Discovery in a whole new light when you party with the adults Thursday night. This month, Science After Dark will focus on "pyro science." In preparation for Fourth of July next week, attendees will “learn the science of fire, fireworks and explosions” from 6[...]

March For Science

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Hurrah for Science! Let's make sure that our lawmakers know that we value science, and that they should prioritize good science in their decision making. We will meet on Saturday, April 22nd, 1:00 p.m., at the corner of Capitol & Pulaski Streets in Little Rock and march to the Capitol steps. We'll have several great speakers there, each emphasizing ho[...]