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David Ushery talks with the curator of the King Tut exhibit in times Square.

Wednesday, Jun 2, 2010

Times Square Welcomes Egyptian God

Times Square Welcomes Egyptian God

Workers put a replica statue of the Egyptian God of the Dead, Anubis in place in Times Square.

Wednesday, Jun 2, 2010

King Tut in the House

King Tut in the House

The boy king is back. Ancient Egypt's King Tut stirred a sensation in New York City 31 years ago. This time, a Times Square exhibition contains new information about the life and death of the 18th...

Tuesday, Mar 23, 2010

King Tut's Boat Comes In

King Tut's Boat Comes In

The Boy King from Ancient Egypt returns to New York

Wednesday, Jun 2, 2010

King Tut Artifacts Arrive

King Tut Artifacts Arrive

The eagerly anticipated King Tut Exhibit at the Discovery Times Square Exposition Center is one step closer to being finished. On Thursday, a key artifact from Tutankhamun's tomb was installed into its

Wednesday, Jun 2, 2010

King Tut Exhibition Back in the Big Apple

King Tut Exhibition Back in the Big Apple

After attracting close to 2 million New Yorkers 31 years ago at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the King Tut exhibition is returning to the Big Apple for its final American stop, next month. The Discovery Times...

Friday, Apr 23, 2010

Return of the King... Tut

Return of the King... Tut

The curator of the new King Tut exhibition in Times Square drops by NYNN to tell Chuck Scarborough what's new in this ancient exhibit.

Wednesday, Jun 2, 2010

The Debrief Goes Egyptian

The Debrief Goes Egyptian

David Ushery talks with the curator of the King Tut exhibit in times Square.

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