Hobby Lobby is in some trouble after the U.S. Department of Justice discovered it illegally bought and imported over 5,000 stolen and mislabeled artifacts for the Museum of the Bible.
A husband-and-wife art duo bend time in a new exhibit at The Project Box.
Harjo sees it as a matter of semantics to say that the living descendants, such as the modern Egyptians, have no legitimate claim to the treasures of their ancestors.
Hobby Lobby’s Green family is under investigation for importing religious artifacts into the country in a shady manner.
Hobby Lobby President Steve Green plans to open a Bible museum full of expensive artifacts in Washington, D.C. in 2017.
Photo: Heather Brown Through battleground memorabilia and personal mementos, the summer exhibition at Edmond Historical Society & Museum localizes a Civil War battle’s overwhelming death and destruction. The Legacy of Gettysburg coincides with the historic battle’s 150th anniversary. A museum patron’s private collection supplied approximately 110 pieces from the Battle of Gettysburg, including rifles, swords,…