- School Stuff
Fiddles aren't just for cowboys! Even though they're used in country music they're played in other styles too. So ditch that image of your grandpappy sittin' by the fire playing his fiddle.
A letter home from a student to her parents reveals more than they were bargaining for. The endless list of tragedies is shocking. But is everything as it appears? Find out for yourself.
Of all the dinosaurs that had mouths like a duck, Parasaurolophus was the most unusual looking. This duck-bill had a crest growing out of the back of its head. Some were up to six feet long!
Twins Tod & Tessa are mall addicts. Visiting the Middle Valley Mall for the first time ever they find Gemini Jack's. Jack may be cool but he glows in the dark. What are the twins getting into?
If you've heard of Christmas Island then you've probably heard about the 120 million land crabs that live there. Every winter they cover the town like a red blanket on their way to migrate.
Greenland isn't so Green! Greenland's history reads something like this.
The largest planet is well known for its Great Red Spot. The colorful swirl of gases on Jupiter is actually a hurricane about the size of two Earths. Scared yet?
You know those raptors in the movie Jurassic Park? The ones that were big and terrifying? Well those raptors were called Velociraptors but they actually looked more like Utahraptors.
Have you ever heard the song Everyday Is a Winding Road by Sheryl Crow? Those cool drumbeats are made using bongos. Bongo drums are used in all types of music - especially world music.