Arts & Culture
As the name says. An extensive web of pages & sites, presented by New York's legendary Channel 13/WNET.
Film Picks by Mr.G
Filmster-triviatist Amadeus G picks "The Best 86 Films of All Time". A great conversation piece!
The Honeymooners One of television history's funniest and most endearing series, with a wonderful cast and premise. If you don't know who Jackie Gleason and Art Carney were, check out some of the audio and video clips you can find here. For devotees, there
is a large collection of trivia and detail pages.
Theatre Development Fund Excellent resource for Broadway Theatre goers, from New York's TDF. Special features and information on how to get low cost last-minute tickets through TCKTS.
From Nick at Nite, a collection of great television-related pages, including classic theme songs, message boards, interviews, and varied multi-media.
This is an engaging and visually appealing site for young children, aged 3 and up. A colorful cross between Disneyland and Sesame Street, a child-safe environment of wonderment and learning. Words, numbers, & life are all presented with audio and visual pizazz. Developed by child psychologists and educators.
Comics.com (Formerly The Comic Zone)
Something for everyone, including editorials, satire, and classic, vintage comic strips from Marmaduke and Li'l Abner to Peanuts to Dilbert and the Grizzwells, with all sorts of interactive web pages in between. (United Media)
Detective Games for Kids
This page came highly recommended by the 5th Grade class of Ms.J at Monument Charter School, where students love this page
and are learning to make positive contributions through taking action. A great collection of very well-presented games and activities
which involve surveillance cams. Educational and fun to ranging from learning to build a healthy breakfast to solving pest mysteries, pet mysteries, and the secrets of
estuaries, art, rocks, codes, pets, and the sea. And much more. Thanks, class!
Family EducAtion Network The #1 rated
family site by Family PC magazine. A national partnership of local schools and parents. Information and discussion groups.
NeoPets are a huge phenomenon among older children and young teens. Create your own pets and unusual creatures, tend to their needs, compare with your friends' Neopets, participate in NeoPet activities, play games, and create a world as rich in magic as that of Harry Potter. If you don't know what to do with this, ask a group of web-savvy kids!
Here's one for kids of all ages, a site with features and reminiscences about the games we played on the streets of our childhoods. Stoop-ball, hopscotch, stickball, you name it, it's all here, presented by some very prestigious sources.
Websites for today's teens. Includes several cool pages, both fun and educational, including games and hobby pages.
The United Nations CyberSchoolBus A whole host of Destinations for classroom or family discussion, including InfoNation (facts about the world's nations) and Q&A on World Health.
Winnie the Pooh and An Expotition
to A Wonderful Place
The ultimate Winnie-the-Pooh site for kids of all ages, and parents too.
[This wonderful site seems to have disappeared, sadly, 10-2007. We'll give it a chance to return. Meanwhile, here is another site devoted to Just Pooh.]
"Everything you always wanted to know about Winnie the Pooh and friends."
Wizard of Oz The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Website is the epitome of Ozness, with clips from the movie, links to a large number of active W.O.O. pages, some with blogs, fact pages, fan club news and more.
If you're craving Wizard of Oz, here's a great place to start. Click your heels 3 times, and say... [11-2010]
There are other great Oz pages out there as well. This page features a few midi arrangements of the most well-known songs, and some very nice illustrations from the book. There are also several still photos from the movie accompanied with audio clips of some of the great songs and memorable sound bytes from The Wizard of Oz. Between these two sites, you're bound to re-live the thrill of this American classic, as they point us towards the yellow-brick road.