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Where did your favorite #Thanksgiving food originate? Anthropology has the answer:
It looks like we have plenty of turkey and gravy at #Smithsgiving! How about some pie?
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Where is the kid’s table? #Smithsgiving (Balthus “Brother and Sister”)
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#Potterheads can you ID where this Amblypgi appears in the films? We bet @jk_rowling can!
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Today at 1 p.m. EST, we're sharing #WizardOfOz history in an online Q&A. Join us?
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The #supermoon this morning, glimpsed through a moon gate in the @smithsonian Enid A. Haupt Garden
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Our photos of the #supermoon setting this morning over the @smithsonian Castle
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We’re nuts about our #AgoutiCutie’s name: Peanut! Thanks for voting!
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Climate change might benefit native oysters. But there's a catch:
This new deep-sea worm from our @NMNH is covered in bristles, wrinkles and wart-like bumps
Milton Avery’s “Girl and Dog” echoes the adventurous duo of Dorothy and Toto! @amhistorymuseum #WizardofOz
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How did you first experience the #WizardOfOz? The book, the 1939 movie, The Wiz, Wicked? Share with the hashtag.
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Photos of the artist installing his shiny canvas and dynamic sculpture in our @FreerSackler:
5 facts about Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead
Move around the space, his eyes seem to follow you! 👀#Halloweenn #atHirshhornrNr
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6 phobias found in our @amhistorymuseum's collection (pictured here: flying)
Decorative gourd season, you say? Learn about the Peruvian art of mate burilado:
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Why witches still fascinate us: #Halloween folklore explained by @SmithsonianFolk
Are these legs shiny, or just white paint? Both! Oil paint on canvas: Fernand Léger “Nude on a Red Background” 1927.
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Our new podcast #Sidedoor connects the big ideas, from dinosaurs to dining rooms. Subscribe:
We're giving you a new entryway to the Smithsonian. Step in through the #Sidedoor:
Subscribe to #Sidedoor, a new podcast telling Smithsonian stories! Listen:
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