In-depth discussion of the Dead Sea Scrolls: their history and their significance to the modern world.
Now, though, a nascent renaissance has taken hold in downtown Salt Lake City, making a stop appealing even outside ski season.
Parents, has the glamour of the water park finally lost its luster? If you’re looking for a cool activity for your kids this summer that doesn’t involve screaming children or sunburns, check out Create Quest, a program for kids ages 6-12, running at The Leonardo through Aug. 31. With an unlimited access pass for $10, chances are it’s less expensive as well.
The Leonardo hosts an interactive, exploratory workshop space called the Tinkering Garage, which gives young visitors an opportunity to develop creative and problem solving skills through building, engineering, and tinkering. Many of the projects in the garage are furnished with materials supplied by their UpCycle re-use project.
What happened to the sliced bread? Sliced bread must have been one of the best inventions ever, or we wouldn’t have spent the past 85 years praising other inventions by saying they’re the greatest thing since sliced bread.