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Steve McCurry :: Biography

Sep 19, 2002

Steve McCurry is one of the world's most famous photojournalists and is best known for the picture he took of a young Afghan girl that appeared on the cover of National Geographic in 1985.

Characteristics of Fall

Sep 07, 2002

Are you a poet? Want to see your poems published? Sent them in. This reader did and now all of you can read what she wrote. Just don't steal any lines and claim them as your own. That's low.

Instrument - The Harmonica

Aug 31, 2002

You may think the only people playing harmonicas are old farts - not true. Green Day, U2 and even the Chili Peppers use them. They're cheap and portable - so why not give one a try?

Kidz Submit Poetry

Jul 27, 2002

Kidzworld loves to get submissions from our members, from poetry to paintings. If you've got a talent, send something in for us to profile. Take a look at this poem called Corie written by Kidzworld member, kittenkat.

Instrument - The Kazoo

Jul 20, 2002

What the heck is a kazoo you ask? Well it's one of the wackiest, cheapest most bizarre sounding instruments you could ever play. You play it using your mouth but not by blowing - by humming.

Wyland - Whaling Wall Murals - Ocean Art

Jul 13, 2002

Give Wyland a can of spray paint, a blank wall and watch him create life-sized whales and dolphins. You've probably seen one of Wyland's Whaling Wall murals, which are all over the world.

David Blaine - Marvelous Magician or Major Fake?

Jun 28, 2002

David Blaine got his first deck of cards at the Disney store and is now one of the craziest magicians of our time. He's been frozen in a block of ice and can levitate. Is there anything David can't do?

Artist - Kathryn Hegarty

Jun 01, 2002

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.

Elephants Painting Pictures

May 10, 2002

Phoenix Zoo used to have a painting elephant. That's right, an elephant that painted. In India two elephants just completed a masterpiece. Did these elephants go to art school in Thailand?

Bizarre Bands and Their Instruments

Mar 28, 2002

To be a musician you don't have to be able to play guitar or the drums. If you have a creative mind you can do whatever you wanna do, like becoming a rock star by playing your kitchen sink.

John Philip Sousa Biography

Feb 21, 2002

Did you know there's an official US march? It's called The Stars and Stripes Forever and was written by the March King, John Philip Sousa. Find out what John's band was the first to do.

Kidz Notes - Romeo and Juliet (pg. 2)

Feb 08, 2002

If Romeo and Juliet makes as much sense to you as cold fusion this is the guide for you. Kidzworld translates Shakespeare into plain English. - Page 2

Temper Does Graffiti

Feb 07, 2002

Put a can of spray paint in Temper's hand and watch him create a masterpiece. He's not a vandal and he doesn't graffiti buildings. In fact, Temper even has his work on 50 thousand pop cans.

Norman Rockwell Biography

Jan 10, 2002

Does the name Norman Rockwell ring a bell? If you were born around 50 years ago you would have seen his artwork on the cover of hundreds of The Saturday Evening Post. Do you know his work?

Shakespearean Glossary (pg. 2)

Dec 17, 2001

Let's face it Shakespeare is hard to read. Check out this cheat sheet that will interpret those baffling words into modern lingo! - Page 2

Dale Chihuly - Glass Blower

Nov 21, 2001

Glass art isn't just those round, shiny animals that collect dust on your shelf. When it comes to glass blowing, Dale Chihuly will blow your mind. Find out what's so special about his guy.

Artist - Anne Geddes

Nov 13, 2001

Have you seen those cool pictures with a baby poking out of a flower or asleep on a toad stool? That would be the work of photographer Anne Geddes. Read on to get a look behind the camera.

Ted Drake

Nov 09, 2001

Ted Drake was the artist and illustrator who created Notre Dame's famous leprechaun logo in 1964. He only made 50 bucks for his work, which was later copyrighted by the University.

Spooky Halloween Crafts (pg. 2)

Nov 05, 2001

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Biography

Sep 20, 2001

Why does it seem that somone has to die before they become famous? Take classical composer, Mozart for example. He may be popular now but he died so poor even his wife couldn't find his grave.

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