part 2 March for Science Dallas signs: Earth Day Texas at Fair Park

part 2 March for Science Dallas signs: Earth Day Texas at Fair Park

This is a BIG file. It will take a while to load. The photos are as high-res as an iPhone can go. If you want one, just drag it to desktop. by Amy Martin  moonlady.com Though the March for Science Dallas had a wimpy ending, the sentiment continued through the day at Earth Day Dallas. Signs and t-shirts from the …

part 1 March for Science Dallas signs: From City Hall plaza to Fair Park

part 1 March for Science Dallas signs: From City Hall plaza to Fair Park

by Amy Martin moonlady.com This is a BIG file. It will take a while to load. The photos are as high-res as an iPhone can go. If you want one, just drag it to desktop. The masses gathered at City Hall plaza, about 3000 strong. People checked out each other’s signs and found connections, chatted up the reasons they felt …

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Mystery. Science. Theater.

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Mystery. Science. Theater.

on Stage

Mystery. Science. Theater. Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson astounds Dallas audiences with a core-shaking talk, laced with humor, at the Winspear Opera House.   “We’re going to have fun with the universe tonight,” said Neil deGrasse Tyson before emptying his pockets, relaxing his jacket and taking off his black cowboy boots (he’s known for lecturing barefoot when in performance halls). He …

Radiolab: Carnival of Ideas

Radiolab: Carnival of Ideas

on Comedy

Carnival of Ideas The live show from WNYC’s Radiolab brings science, comedy, dinosaurs, puppets and even Beckett to Verizon Theatre. With video. by Amy Martin published Wednesday, November 6, 2013 Photo: Marco Lau Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich Grand Prairie — Sometimes we wake in the morning not knowing that it will be our last day on Earth. Sometimes we …

Alan Lightman: Science as Theater Catalyst

Alan Lightman: Science as Theater Catalyst

Science as Theater Catalyst Author and physicist Alan Lightman, speaking at Arts & Letters Live this week, on collaborative theater, science and rascal gods by Amy Martin published Monday, May 14, 2012 Science abounds with popularizers, the astro seers Neil deGrasse Tyson and Brian Cox, the physics spinners Brian Greene and Michio Kaku. They educate and inspire, transform the infinitely …

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