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Julian Vercoutere Promoted To San Francisco City Lead
We’re thrilled to announce Julian Vercoutere has been promoted to City Lead of San Francisco!
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The Best Company Team Building Los Angeles Has To Offer
Company relationships feeling a little… strained? It might be time to get out of the office and do some team building!
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Where To Eat Near The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Looking for great places to eat near the Museum of Fine Arts Boston? This list has you covered with options from coffee to fine dining.
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Case Study: A Critical Exploration Of Museum Interpretation In The 21st Century At St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Follow along as we teach our renegade methods of activating museum interpretation to the next generation of museum professionals.
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Where To Eat Near The High Museum
Hungry near the High Museum? Take a look at some of our favorite options of where to eat near the High Museum.
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The Real Hackstory of the Donner Party
Arguably America's most beloved tale of humans eating each other.
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Activity Design And Storytelling Strategies To Engage New Audiences
We headed to the land down under to teach our audience engagement methods. Here's what the museums learned, and what you can take away from their stories.
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The Real Hackstory of the Children’s Crusade
In the summer of 1212 CE, 20,000 kids had the shittiest summer vacation in human history.
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The Haunted Hoosac Tunnel
A New England ghost story from the wrong side of the tracks.
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Win A Copy Of Our New Book!
Hey world! Have you heard? We wrote a book! And it’s now available in hardcover! To celebrate this momentous occasion, we’re giving away one copy of the hardcover book and two free tickets to a Badass Bitches tour in the city of your choosing. Here’s how you enter: Send us...
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Announcing: Museum Hack’s Super Spooky Halloween Costume Challenge!
We're having a SPOOKtacular Halloween Costume Contest!
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Where To Eat Near The Smithsonian American Art Museum & National Portrait Gallery
Hungry after your museum tour? Here are our suggestions for where to eat near the National Portrait Gallery.
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Hey y’all, we wrote a book!
We're thrilled to announce Museum Hack's first-ever book: a collection of tales about the badass women who never made it into your high school history book.
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Case Study: A Workshop + VIP Event At A 1920’s Movie Palace
We worked with the Hattiesburg Saenger Theatre to create a VIP event that would bring in new audiences in just 36 hours. Here’s what happened!
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Storytelling Masterclass: Kickstarter
Kickstarter founded an entire company (and like, a million subsequent companies) on the premise that storytelling is extremely meaningful.
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Museum Hack Joins the Inc. 5000
Museum Hack is honored to be part of the Inc. 5000, which recognizes the fastest-growing companies in America.
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John Dee: The Wizard of Tudor England
Occultist, blaspheming wizardry is in the eye of the beholder.
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The King With a Lake of Wine (Or Three Crazy Stories About King Zhou)
What do you do when you're king of China? Build a lake of wine and a forest of meat.
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3 Ways Podcasts Are Changing the Storytelling Game
Video killed the radio star, until the radio star's younger cousin, the podcast, came of age and sought revenge on its family member's death.
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The Human Hunting Tsar (Or, Six of the Most Terrible Things Ivan the Terrible Did, Ranked in Order of Terribleness)
How does one earn the nickname "The Terrible"? We take a look at six of the worst crimes attributed to Ivan IV.
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The Door to Hell
Sometimes, scientists do great things. Sometimes, they set manmade pits of natural gas on fire.
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The Leg That Received a Funeral (Or, Four Things You Might Not Know about General Santa Anna)
The only thing more #extra than Santa Anna himself was the state funeral he ordered for his leg.
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How to Create a World Class Audio Tour
We worked with the Historic Charleston Foundation to create an audio tour for the city. Here's how it went.
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Elinor Powell: The African-American Nurse Who Fell in Love with a German POW
Sometimes if you want to meet someone, you gotta get sent to a wartime labor camp.
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