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Charles paints what he sees and he sees things differently from everyone else. People say he shouldn't paint what he sees. Read about Charles' art and what "Simon Says" right here.
Korea welcomed the 2002 World Cup to their country for the first ever co-hosting of the soccer championships on May 31st. Korea has come a long way since gaining its independence in the mid 1940s.
Do you like to stay in style? It wasn't that long ago when really tight jeans were in. Find out how staying in style almost killed one teen girl. Lucky for you, 'baggy' is in right now...
We've all felt discouraged at one time or another about following our dreams. Do we have what it takes? Are people going to be supportive of our passions? Kathryn Hegarty decided that her desire to paint was worth the risk.
We've had a man walk on the moon, and hundreds of satellites orbit the earth everyday. As technology continues to become more advanced, people living on Mars seems less far fetched everyday.
Fish are one of the hardest animals to keep track of. They migrate from streams to rivers to the ocean and we're never quite sure where they are, which makes it hard for us to protect 'em.
Amelia Atwater Rhodes is back with her third book, Shattered Mirror. A story of witches, vampires and their rules and rituals, it starts slower than her previous books but suddenly picks up the pace.
There are about 403 endangered birds in the world today. And despite increased government protection, many bird species are still at dangerously low numbers and on the verge of extinction.
Throughout history women have had to endure horrible things to be deemed beautiful. The ancient tradition of foot binding in China, however, takes the "beauty is pain" concept to a whole new level.
Forests play an important role in all our lives and cover one third of Earth's surface. Rainforests alone are home to half of the planets 5 to 10 million species. Read on for more cool forest facts!