In this issue
By Julie Hannon
From its world-class collection of fossils, the Museum of Natural History has re-created what no other museum in the world has: the biodiverse world of dinosaurs, from the plants they ate to the animals that lived alongside them.
By John Altdorfer and Betsy Momich
It all started in 1899, with the famed discovery of Diplodocus carnegii in Sheep Creek, Wyoming. What happened next was 20 years of extreme toil and breathtaking discovery that would change the face of dinosaur exploration forever.
By Christopher Pratt
A survey of work by Associated Artists of Pittsburgh speaks to the impact of regional art and shines a light on significant artists of the past century who lived and practiced their craft in Pittsburgh.
By Barbara Klein