Umbra Wallflutter Wall Décor, Set of 20, Brushed Nickel

Umbra Wallflutter Wall Decor

Brighten up a dark-colored wall with this lovely dragonfly wall art set from Umbra. The set includes twenty individual dragonflies, affording the flexibility to arrange them to personal preference, whether in one hovering mass or fluttering in small groups or alone along a hallway’s wall. Designed by Marian Lanktree and Alan Wisniewski, the dragonflies feature […]

Warm Water Fish Ponds

japanese garden tropical fish

Ponds are always associated with keeping koi and goldfish – or are they? If you were to ask the majority of aquarium hobbyists what their idea of an ornamental pond is, you would most likely hear them talk of a water garden stocked with coldwater fish species such as koi or goldfish. This response is […]

Indoor Rabbit Cage

Folding Rabbit Cage

Let’s all admit it, some pets can be real messy. We love them, but most people don’t like to clean after them. But unlike other pets, rabbits are not as messy. They are actually very good to care for as they can be litter trained. Size of the Cage Is Important Although rabbits are very […]

Top 10 ’80s Action Movies

1980s action movies

The ’80s is my personal favorite decade, probably because I was just old enough to notice it but too young to enjoy it, so I miss it. Here are my favorite action movies from the era, but in the interest of avoiding overlap from other lists, I have eliminated all the children’s movies (since Goonies […]

The Face on Mars

mars face

What is that looking back up at us? Mars is prominently in the news. Pictures beamed back by Pathfinder are everywhere. Rocks with names like “Barnacle Bill” and “Yogi” are becoming celebrities. Corroboration of theories about vast amounts of water having been on Mars in the distant past and the fossil microbes found in the […]

Sacajawea (Sakakawea) – Lewis and Clark Expedition

Sacajawea Sakakawea

Sacajawea was born sometime between 1784 and 1787, in the Lemhi Valley, which is present-day Idaho. Her father was a Shoshone Chief. Her name meant “Boat Pusher” in Shoshone. When Sacajawea was about ten years old, she was kidnapped by Blackfeet and taken to what is present day Bismark, North Dakota. The Blackfeet changed her […]

Michael Kors Women’s Packable Down Jacket

Michael Kors Women's Packable Down Jacket

MICHAEL Michael Kors’ hooded puffer makes an ideal choice when you’re packing for a winter vacation. This lightweight (yet incredibly warm) coat comes with an accompanying travel bag! Nylon; lining: nylon; fill: down/feather; hood filler; polyester Machine washable Imported Attached hood Zip-front closure Long sleeves Zip pockets at hips Quilted puffer styling; elastic waistband at […]

Higdon Bicycle Clock by IMAX

Bicycle Clock

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Captain James Cook – A Great Traveler (1728 – 1779)

Captain James Cook

Captain Cook, oil on canvas painting by John Webber, 1776, Museum of New Zealand Tepapa Tongarewa, Wellington James Cook, the second son of James Senior and Grace Cook, was born on 27 October 1728 at Marton, north Yorkshire His father was a laborer on the land. The son was to become the most famous navigator […]

Finding Nemo Sticker Book

Nemo Ultimate Sticker Book

  Dive into Nemo’s underwater world and find out all about his adventures in this fun-packed sticker book. Features include your favorite characters, including Nemo, Marlin, Dory, Gill, Crush, Bruce, Bloat, and many more! Easy-to-peel stickers can be used more than once. Click to Enlarge

Assassin’s Creed III: Review, Gameplay and Screenshots

Assassins Creed 3

The American Colonies, 1775. It’s a time of civil unrest and political upheaval in the Americas. As a Native American assassin fights to protect his land and his people, he will ignite the flames of a young nation’s revolution. Assassin’s Creed III takes you back to the American Revolutionary War, but not the one you’ve […]

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