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Entries by Martha Lanaghen
October 11, 10a-2p at Horizons K-8. Bring your offspring and your imagination. But please leave open flames at home.
What’s the boat without a compass? What’s the printing press without paper? Here are 5 inventions overlooked, overshadowed and under-appreciated by history.
Conventional wisdom states that you must be born with perfect pitch. UCSD professor Diana Deutsch says conventional wisdom is wrong.
Every maker needs one good card trick. Here is one *very* good trick (dependent on the mathematical properties of odd and even numbers).
Down the rabbit hole of graphics in communication…with an intimidated non-artist. (Or: “If I can draw an elephant that looks like an angry tadpole, you can too!”)
The Latin root of botulism, botulus, means sausage. Sausage is delicious. Botulism is not. Here is how to get the first without the second when canning.
According to aerospace engineer and record holder Ken Blackburn, you need master only three things in your quest for paper-plane glory: good folds, a good throw and good design.
We want to “make” our kids in our own image — or help them avoid it. But when is too much Estes, Magic, Lego and Erector too much?
We’ve known for a while that dads have lower testosterone than dudes, but the question has always been — does fatherhood create lower testosterone or are dudes with lower testosterone more likely to become dads? Now we know the answer.