The world’s most famous taxidermist, Carl Akeley hunted, sculpted, advanced photography and practically invented the modern natural history museum. Author Jay Kirk talks about this man of the Gilded Age.
Catherine Quayle launched the Need to Know website in May 2010 and served as its first editor-in-chief. She spent seven years at Court TV where she ran the award-winning daily news website, and previously worked as an editor for a long list of small magazines, where she wrote about the environment, technology, regulation, architecture, crime and robots. For her writing, she has a Lisagor Award for Exemplary Journalism from the Chicago Headline Club and two Excel magazine feature awards. Catherine has an MFA in writing from Columbia University and was a Lannan fellow.
The 45-foot-long monkey, designed by Florentijn Hofman, sprawls across a park in the center of Sao Paolo, Brazil