It was in part from a series of dinosaur-themed picture books—specifically, the volume about the bizarre winged devil-turkey known as the archaeopteryx—that I first learned, as an eight-year-old, that the so-called terrible lizards were actually closer to giant plucked chickens. Greg Sullo, frontman for the Brooklyn-based indie-pop band Dinosaur Feathers, found out in early 2008: "I was at the Museum of Natural History, and learned the wonderful fact that dinosaurs had feathers—even T. rex and the velociraptor," he... More >>>