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Made in America: Ten Centuries of American Art
Five art museums redefine `American' art by showing off their masterworks.

At Home in Pittsburgh: Andy Warhol's Youth
By Kathryn M. Duda
Memorabilia from the Depression era reveals influences on the young artist.

Dr. Golf
By Andrew Carnegie
The old millionaire himself explained -- with photos of himself to demonstrate -- how to play the game and the benefits you enjoy.

The Living Sea
By Kathryn M. Duda
Explore the depths of the oceans with this exhilarating Omnimax film at the Science Center.

New Technology in the Children's Department
By Mark Petruzzini
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh brings the very latest to children.

From Iwo Jima to Carnegie Museums: Our Guards in World War II
By Mike Sajna
Those quiet museum guards were in the thick of World War II, from Okinawa to Berchtesgaden.

A Year in Review -- 1995 at Carnegie Museums
For the first time, the magazine includes the annual report of Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, so that our members can see the full range of our service as we thank those who supported us.


Editorial -- Friday Nights Live at Carnegie Museums
By Robert Jay Gangewere

Frank Brooks Robinson: A New Chairman of the Board
By Ellen S. Wilson

Dinosaur in a Haystack: Stephen Gould
Reviewed by Chris Krishtalka

Simon J. Bronner
Reviewed by Ellen S. Wilson

Kitchen Theater Science in a Scoop
By Claire Spampinato


Who was Hew Charles Torrance?
By Louise Lippincott

The Invasion of Iguana iguana
By Ellen J. Censky

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