It’s a ROBOT INVASION…at the Gray Fossil Site

A robot housefly with a 3-foot wingspan… A larger-than-life robotic platypus… I’m not talking about this summer’s new Hollywood blockbuster — I’m talking about The ROBOT ZOO, the latest exhibit to invade the Gray Fossil Site. It’s 2,500 feet of science-non-fiction with larger-than-life animated robots, detailed cross-sections, and interactive hands-on activities. The Robot Zoo was… Read more »

Sharp-Shooting on the Sunny Side

I’ve never been much of a “gun person.” It’s not that I dislike guns, I’ve just never needed them, much less had to depend on one for survival. But because guns have played such an important part in American History, and in particular, the history of Northeast Tennessee, I decided to give it a shot…. Read more »

History Takes Flight

Wilbur Wright once said, “There is no sport equal to that which aviators enjoy while being carried through the air on great white wings.” And as our very own Tri-Cities Regional Airport celebrates its 75th Anniversary this year, I decided to look back in time to learn about our local history of aviation. In May… Read more »