The Media Maven wants to show you what the U.S. Businesses part of ReferenceUSA looks like, so prepare for lots of screenshots. Don't forget, you can also explore on your own from our website here.
Dare we say, spring has sprung?
Confession time: I love William Shatner. I love him in Star Trek; I love his cameos on sit-coms; I love him in those Priceline commercials. He's just very funny! So, imagine my excitement when I found that there is an album of Shatner performing classic songs like "Rocket Man", "Bohemian Rhapsody", and "Iron Man". Needless to say, I checked it out and have been listing to these awesome tunes all weekend. It's a two-disc set, as well, which just makes things better and better! Obviously, I couldn't let the opportunity pass to make this our next Artist of the Week.
Counting down the days to the Indians Home Opener? Get a jumpstart on the season.
Tonight's Maker Club from 7:00-8:30pm in the Computer Lab is all about the MaKey MaKey: a device that can turn anything conductive into a keyboard (such as fruits, vegetables, humans, water, metal objects, foil, conductive thread, coins, and Play-Doh (including the homemade version from Squishy Circuits)!
It’s a Mystery – Hibernating
Is it too soon to say we’ve made it to the end of the bad winter weather? Were you unable to get to the library and are looking for some good books to read? Or maybe you just want to try some new mysteries. Here are some suggestions for you.
I know generally speaking, the Artist of the Week should really focus on just one artist. But, when it came time to choosing a band for this post, I was torn between two. And when I started reading into the band biographies a bit more, I realized that the two bands both happened to be European metal bands. So, instead of just choosing one band of the two, I'm going to be focusing on the concept of European metal bands, specifically my two favorites: Sabaton and Sonata Arctica.
There are a lot of key dates coming up in the world of sports – here are a few notable ones: