Hong Kong Disneyland

Hong Kong Disneyland

September 22, 2016


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When you walk through the USA Main Street in Disneyland, the mouthwatering aroma floating in the air from the bakery hits your nostrils. Then you turn your head and see the castle; it genuinely feels like you’re in a fairytale. All of a sudden nothing matters anymore, the bad things that have happe...

World’s Largest Time Capsule

World’s Largest Time Capsule

September 20, 2016


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Nebraska, a state found in the Great Plains, where corn fields flood the land and deer graze in the woods. Deep in the veins of the heart of the U.S. holds the world’s largest time capsule. According to Roadside America, the time capsule was built by a senior citizen, Harold Davisson, who placed the...

2024 Summer Olympics in L.A.?

2024 Summer Olympics in L.A.?

September 20, 2016


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With the recent end of the 2016 Summer Olympics, many people are looking ahead to the future Games. The locations for the next three Olympics have already been put in place, however, the slot for the 2024 Summer Olympics is still open and is going to be interesting to fill. One possible location that...

Technology or Book Learning?

Technology or Book Learning?

September 20, 2016


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While walking into english class on a normal Monday morning, you see everyone in the room with technology in their hands.  These students weren’t just texting, tweeting, or snapping either, they were using them to learn.  Students were using them to study, write papers, even learning new information....

Over the last 20 years how have the dress code rules been changed?

September 20, 2016


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We all wear different styles all over the world. It’s easy to say over the past 20 years those styles have changed dramatically as well. Schools all over have had to adjust to this and adjust the school rules for dress code to find a common ground on what can and can't be worn by students and staff....

International Museum Day 2016

International Museum Day 2016

June 15, 2016


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International Museum Day(IMD), which is on18 May, yesterday, is an annual day of celebration and appreciation of museums and their importance. It is coordinated by the International Council Of Museums(ICOM), which was firsts created in 1946, is the only global organization dedicated to museums, and is c...

Movies: Old and New

Movies: Old and New

April 28, 2016


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With upcoming remakes of classic 80’s and 90’s movies, like Ghostbusters, Dirty Dancing, and The Blob, the ultimate question has been raised: which are better, classics or remakes? Though some remakes, like The Parent Trap or Hairspray, have been able to capture the pizzaz and magic of the origi...

National Humor Month

National Humor Month

April 15, 2016


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This April is National Humor Month’s 40th anniversary,  a month dedicated to making everyone laugh and smile. This is why April begins with April Fool's Day. National Humor Month was founded in 1976 by comedian and best-selling author Larry Wilde, Director of the Carmel Institute of Humor. According ...

Junkstock Is Having Their Fifth Anniversary

Junkstock Is Having Their Fifth Anniversary

April 6, 2016


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3 days of peace, love, and junk. Junkstock is coming back to Omaha, Nebraska from April 8-10th. This three day event will be at 315 South 192 Street in Omaha, where vendors from around the state bring their antiques, vintage and refurbished items to sell to eager customers. If you know what Junkstock is,...

Everything You Need To Know About Spring Cleaning

Everything You Need To Know About Spring Cleaning

March 30, 2016


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Spring has finally arrived. Joyous spring, the season of allergies, thunderstorms (whether you love them or hate them), and perhaps the most iconic, yet somehow mysterious, tradition: spring cleaning. Although the purpose of spring cleaning seems simple enough, its history is actually a little bit m...

Adult coloring books becoming a new trend?

Adult coloring books becoming a new trend?

March 21, 2016


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There is a lot of controversy on adult coloring books. Some people say they help you; some say they do not. Some say it reduces stress and calms you down. Others say it's just your mindset and it really doesn’t have any effect on you. Doctors have known this can help patients.(According to Fox New...

April is National Poetry Month

April is National Poetry Month

March 21, 2016


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Poetry is a fascinating form of writing/literature that has been existent for over 4,000 years. It is the art of making individual words that mean nothing into groups of words that mean something.  In fact, the oldest copy of poetry to be recorded is the poem, “Epic of Gilgamesh.” It was writte...

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