It’s been said that “Art is in the eye of the beholder.” The same can be said about fashion. In this report by Katarina, we’re learning about a unique way to showcase different types of fashion.
For those of us planning to go to college, which colleges to apply to is probably one of the biggest decisions we’ll make in our high school years. Benjamin gets some advice from college expert Rob Franek on how to make that choice.
People have been using tobacco for more than 12 thousand years. But it wasn’t until the 1940s – just after World War Two, that scientists had proof that smoking was hazardous to our health. And it took until the mid-1980s for the medical world to make another discovery that prompted even more warnings about smoking. Katie tells us about that.
Brendan tells us about the differences in how people study.
Do you know what an Octothorpe is? Lylah explains that you may actually be using one frequently.
In this week’s “Flag Facts” Eric tells us about the record-breaking flag of Louisiana.
Let’s face it, learning to drive isn’t easy. There are so many skills you need to master. We show you one of them – courtesy of the National Road Safety Foundation.
They can’t talk… but they can make themselves understood. If you know what to look for. Brandon continues our series on dog body language.
Jack’s got the scoop on seat preference on planes.