The South Florida Science Museum in West Palm Beach was built in 1961, and stayed essentially the same for more than 50 years. All that changes this summer, as we learn from SFSM President Lew Crampton.
Students look at Science on a Sphere, one of the new exhibitions at the South Florida Science Museum.
What's in a name change? Plenty, when the new moniker also signals an "emotional change," as is the case with the soon-to-be-unveiled South Florida Science Center and Aquarium. The entity is a rebranding of the popular South Florida Science Museum. The longtime Palm Beach County institution hasn't received a makeover since its completion in 1969 (which represents an eternity in a region that is eager to "spruce up appearances" on the regular.)
Caroline Breder-Watts and critic and author Scott Eyman discuss the work of legendary film composer Ennio Morricone. To learn more about Scott Eyman, visit www. scotteyman.com. To hear the complete conversation, log onto www.artsradionetwork.com.