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  • Chicago kids deals for Dr. Seuss' Birthday

    Chicago kids deals for Dr. Seuss' Birthday
    In honor of Dr. Seuss, whose birthday it is today, here are some deals for kids and families in Chicago: - Half off upscale children's resale at The Second Child is one of today's Groupons. I LOVE getting daily deal discounts at second-hand shops -- it'...
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  • The Cat is back at Adams

    The Cat is back at Adams
    COSTA MESA — Hayden Machbank did like green eggs and ham. Hayden Machbank ate them like she should. Hayden Machbank ate them because she could. "I was surprised because it was good," said the 6-year-old dressed in a pink Disney princess robe...
  • In honor of Dr. Seuss

    In honor of Dr. Seuss
    I read to second grade students at Wichita's Allen Elementary school this week, part of the observance of Read Across America week.  And since the birthday of  Dr. Seuss is this week too, I read one of his books to the kids.  It's so much fun to hear them...
  • San Diego celebrates Dr. Seuss' birthday

    San Diego celebrates Dr. Seuss' birthday
    LA JOLLA, Calif. -- The 107th anniversary of the birth of children's book author Ted Geisel -- Dr. Seuss -- was celebrated Wednesday with a pair of events. A lunchtime party was held in front of the Geisel Library at UC San Diego. Geisel died 20 years...
  • Loren Halifax: My Day at Cambridge Elementary School

    Loren Halifax: My Day at Cambridge Elementary School
    I love a good story.  My parents were in college when I was born, so they taught me how to read when I was only three years old.  That's how they kept me entertained and quiet so that they could study!  I have loved books and stories for as long as I...
  • Students celebrate Seuss

    Students in four first-grade classes at Chamlian Armenian School convened in the cafeteria Wednesday, where they anxiously waited for the green eggs and ham they were about to eat to commemorate Dr. Seuss’ March 2 birthday. During the previous...
  • Class 3A: Zeller shines as Washington wins back-to-back championships

    Class 3A: Zeller shines as Washington wins back-to-back championships
    Washington continued its dominance in Class 3A, defeating Culver Academies 61-46 to collect its second consecutive state championship and fourth since 2005. Nine seconds into the game, Cody Zeller provided a glimpse of things to come when he drove the...
  • Theater review: "Launch 2011" from Playwrights' Round Table

    Theater review: "Launch 2011" from Playwrights' Round Table
    Officially, there's no connecting theme among the seven plays that make up the Playwrights' Round Table "Launch 2011" program. But as I sat there watching a pair of lovers, a brother and sister, a comfortably married couple, I couldn't help but think the...
  • Sitios web que pueden encender el amor de un niño por la lectura

    Sitios web que pueden encender el amor de un niño por la lectura
    En nuestro mundo de alta tecnología, no es ninguna sorpresa que muchos infantes de jardín de niños y primer grado puedan jugar en la computadora con “Dora la Exploradora” antes de que puedan leer. Esto no es necesariamente algo malo....
  • Laughing down the home stretch

    Laughing down the home stretch
    It's home-stretch time at Magooby's Joke House, as the Baltimore area's most exhausted comics prepare for the last few hours of their 81-hour comedy marathon. "Things have all worked out," comic Jim Meyer said Thursday afternoon, just minutes after...