Tag Archives: The Maritime Aquarium Presents

“We are all here today to talk about a tooth,” Dr. Martin Nweeia, a dentist from Sharon, Conn., said to a captive audience at The Maritime Aquarium Monday night. For more than an hour, he spun tales of his encounters … Continue reading

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by Dave Sigworth, Maritime Aquarium publicist Dr. Daniel Botkin worries that we have too much information about the environment; so much so that we don’t know how to tell which information is valid and – of the information that is … Continue reading

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Family heirlooms come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes it’s something valuable, like an antique piece of jewelry. Other times it’s sentimental, like an infant’s christening outfit. And sometimes it’s a narwhal tusk. A friend of The Maritime Aquarium who … Continue reading

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By Dave Sigworth, Maritime Aquarium publicist To an adoring Maritime Aquarium audience Thursday night, Fabien Cousteau acknowledged that he had a “very different upbringing.” His adult experiences are pretty different, too. Cousteau’s grandfather was the famous filmmaker/ocean explorer who invented … Continue reading

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By Dave Sigworth, Maritime Aquarium publicist The reptile bug bit Jeff Corwin – kind of literally – when he was 6 years old when he dug through a woodpile on his grandparents’ property and a garter snake latched onto his … Continue reading

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