From real-life spy gadgets to the stories behind the coolest secret agents in movies, the International Spy Museum is the first and only public museum in the United States dedicated solely to the world of espionage. Upon arrival, you'll be given a secret identity, which you'll use to test your spy skills throughout the experience. Then, you'll explore a series of themed rooms, where you'll hear historic tales, examine artifacts and participate in activities. Get ready for exhibits like "Spies Among Us", which focuses on WWII-era German and Russian spy rings, and "Exquisitely Evil", a tribute to the villains of cinema's most famous spy -- James Bond. "Exquisitely Evil" features more than 100 film artifacts from both old and new Bond movies, plus interactive exhibits that allow you to take over the controls of a villain's lair, brave the depths of a virtual shark tank, play spy vs. spy with other visitors, disarm a missile before time runs out and more.
Pioneers of the alt-country movement of the 90s, Old 97's is a band that was formed in Dallas, Texas by front man Rhett Miller in 1993. After touring the country in support of its debut album, the band was signed by Elektra Records, who hoped the band could start a new musical fad to follow the death of grunge. While the foursome did gain a respectable amount of success is and frequently cited by many modern musicians as a prominent influence, the band didn't gain the level of success Elektra had expected and the group was subsequently dropped from the label by the end of the 90s. The band has since gained a resurgence of fans and has been featured in multiple television shows, films and even video games.
Based on the life of Pippin, the son of Charlemagne who suffered from a spinal deformity, the musical tells the story of Pippin as he grows into adulthood and learns what will be the purpose of his life. Themes of adolescence, family, ambition and love pervade this comedy. Songs include "On the Right Track" and "Magic to Do."