Steve Armstrong, curator of exhibits at the Rocky Mount Children's Museum & Science Center, dismantles the foosball section of the 'Play' exhibit Tuesday at the Imperial Centre. Coming to the center is 'Grossology,' a playful look at some of the, well, more disgusting aspects of the body.
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Steve Armstrong, curator of exhibits at the Rocky Mount Children's Museum & Science Center, dismantles the foosball section of the 'Play' exhibit Tuesday at the Imperial Centre. Coming to the center is 'Grossology,' a playful look at some of the, well, more disgusting aspects of the body.

Exhibit shows ‘Grossology’ can be good

By Tyler Kes
Staff Writer

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After a playful 2013, things at the Children’s Museum & Science Center are going to get a little gross in the new year.

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