by Susan Heim
Published on 1 May, 2016
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Just in time for Teacher Appreciation Week, Little Passports has launched a World Edition Classroom Subscription! Each subscription includes:6-Month World Edition Subscription30 individual passports30...
Published on 29 Apr, 2016
Mother’s Day is next weekend, so arrange for some sweetness. Above photo is from Heather Evan’s “Smith’s Seen Not Heard” project I have a weakness for artist mothers who include their kids in their work.
This tweet made me bark-laugh.
Better Aging Through Practice, Practice, Practice “Find something...
by Susan Heim
Published on 19 Apr, 2016
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It's National Coin Week in the United States! Collecting coins can help you and your children learn about science, history, places and events. Start...
Published on 11 Apr, 2016
This mural at the Beach Chalet has me fully creeped. Do you think it was the artist’s way of saying, “Don’t trust that rich guy who hangs by the pier, kids. And do not reach into his popcorn bag when he offers to share.”
That said, those tiny little cowboy hats are...
Published on 8 Apr, 2016
Jihan Zencirli made this crazy, fish-egg balloon display outside her studio. Because she is magic, and she never denies you the caviar.
This fringe bracelet is shoosha-shoosha. And this romper is cute too. It’s also $400? And only comes in a size 2-6? Speaking of...
Published on 7 Apr, 2016
Latitude Society Photo: Lydia Laurenson
I’ve been reading up on secret societies and came across the Latitude Society, a San Francisco group that apparently became defunct in 2015. Inductees were given an invitation by a friend or acquaintance, with an envelope request for “absolute discretion.”
The card had a code you...
Published on 4 Apr, 2016
Helena Price launched the Techies Project today, and I’m among the narratives she collected over there. Some of you might remember Helena from her talk at Camp Mighty or the interview series she did for Go Mighty a while back.
This project explores the technology profession from the perspective...
Published on 1 Apr, 2016
Made me laugh.
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Published on 6 Mar, 2016
We visited the Denver Art Museum’s Samurai Exhibit today, on opening day, and it was a treat! The Art Museum is iconic in Denver, and showcases some of the most amazing works of art you will see. Do not miss this special, limited engagement exhibit while it is in town. Now through June 5, DAM is … Continue...
Published on 26 Feb, 2016
I got this naked lady phone cover, by Leah Goren, and it pleases me.
Daaaamn Daniel, and the inevitable EDM remix.
Now that’s a classy monkey lamp.
North Korea is showering cigarette butts on South Korea. So points for novelty.
Spotted this incredible bundt pan on my friend...