Category Archives: Kids’ stuff
If you’re in the Triangle, Triad, or anywhere from Richmond to Charlotte, here’s something fun to do on this soggy Sunday in the Southeast.
There’s a lot to be said for building shit just to see if it works.
Prof Tara Smith thought it important enough to come back from her hiatus to explain why she’s doing the same for her kids. That’s why.
Seven years ago, your humble blogger was handed the keys to a whole new vocabulary of love.
With all of the kids’ facepainting stations at pre-summer music and arts festivals this time of year in the Northern Hemisphere, keep an eye out that your child isn’t being plied with this brand of paints.
What better way to show your love today than with a gift that demonstrates your commitment to sustainable fishing.
In honor of my first comments on the new dashboard, spam from Istanbul (not Constantinople)
A valued reader notes: “Sometimes ‘allies’ need a kick in the pants from those they say they want to support. And sometimes those in a position of privilege need to get a taste of the generalized rage that those who don’t enjoy that privilege feel.”
You get far more than you give.
As I alluded to in the previous post, many science bloggers like us are currently running challenges to readers to donate to projects at DonorsChoose.org. This great organization has been a sponsoring clearinghouse for all kinds of educational projects proposed by US public schoolteachers, many of which are very basic activities for which public funds […]