Author: Administrator Account/Tuesday, August 22, 2017/Categories: Latest Headlines
August 22, 2017—From the Washington Post: "At the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, visitors can go on an adventure through the Amazon. They can walk the purple mountain majesties of America’s national parks, and they can even travel back to the Cretaceous period and see dinosaurs come to life. That’s all thanks to the museum’s Samuel C. Johnson Imax Theater. On Oct. 1, after 18 years, it will all shut down...In short, it seems the Museum of Natural History just isn’t that interested in Imax. And that’s a shame." Read the full Washington Post editorial here.
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