- School Stuff
Distant planets? Strange people? Robots, pirates and princes oh my! Fourth-grader Akiko is in for a wild time that starts with a mysterious note and leads her to the odd little planet Smoo.
The Hawk can do no wrong! He flies onto the Game Boy Advance with the latest version of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater. Find out just how much butt this game kicks.
What's causing line-ups around the corner and riots in the bleachers? It's not the latest Tony Hawk video game or *NSYNC concert tickets. It's a bunch of bobbing pieces of ceramic.
A Kidzworld member asked the Sports Lab, "How many dimples are on a golf ball?" The Lab asked the experts. We now know the answer and the reason why golf balls have so many dimples.
Two of the hottest ways to decorate your body is with crystal body jewels and temporary tattoos. Since showing your navel is all the rage - why not make your belly button look beautiful?
Another year, another convention and holy cow what a convention it was! GenCon filled up not one, not two, but three monster buildings with games galore. Find out the 411 from this mega-convention.
UFO sightings happen all the time. People see something they can't identify in the sky and report seeing an unidentified flying object. Here are a few sightings from 1999. What do you believe?
Rock alternative band Staind got their big break thanks to Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst. Since then their career's been going straight up, especially since the release of Break The Cycle in 2001.
Fray #3 belongs to Urkonn the goat guy, as he spins a tale of slayers' past and lets our little reluctant duster in on the history. Kidzworld reviews Fray #3.
Someone finally found a way to catch Marion Jones and a 300 pound tattooed tortoise gets a standing ovation. Here's a look at the highs and lows of the 2001 World Track and Field Championships.