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Video: Ten People You May Not Know February 12, 2021

February is Black History Month in the United States. The idea behind this month, which began in 1911 when slavery was abolished, was to highlight acc

Black History Month: Young Black Female Leaders February 5, 2021

February is Black History Month, a time to remember, recognize, honor, and reflect on the achievements of African Americans. We’re talking about his

The Best Seesaw In The World? February 5, 2021

Last year, we shared a story about seesaws. Yes, seesaws are simple structures found in many playgrounds, but these particular seesaws were different.

Art Around The World: Ice, Ice Baby! January 22, 2021

We may all be staying home and keeping safe while we continue to fight COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean we can’t check out and learn about

He Had A Dream … January 14, 2021

Every third Monday in January, the United States honors Martin Luther King, Jr., a minister, an activist, a leader during the civil rights movement, a

What’s In A Name … December 18, 2020

“That which we call a rose / By any other name would smell as sweet.” That’s a famous quote from William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet questi

Steel Monoliths. What’s The Story? December 18, 2020

When strange steel structures appeared out of nowhere in the canyons in Utah, in an ancient fortress in Romania, and on top of a mountain in Californi

Biggest Art Heists In History August 14, 2020

Museums protect precious art in many different ways. Some have actual security guards surrounding them, and most use technology to alert local authori

A Grand Reopening Fit For Plants July 17, 2020

Have you ever participated in a school play, talent show, or other performance? It’s opening night and you’re both excited and nervous. You hear t