The First Earth Day The first Earth Day took place on April 22, 1970. Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson proposed this national teach-in on the environment in order to get the…Read More
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The ubiquity of the egg in springtime celebrations surpasses that of Easter baskets, bunnies, and bonnets combined. With its ancient and elaborate history, this ellipsoid holds its own in the…Read More
You probably don’t think about utensils very often—until you need one, that is. Interestingly, there’s a lot more to them than you may think. From ancient beginnings to the tables of…Read More
We’re pleased to announce that Rosetta Stone Kids Lingo Letter Sounds has been selected as a nominee in the 18th Annual Webby Awards, in the Education & Reference (Handheld Devices)…Read More
Did you ever think that your daily commute could be something you’d look forward to? For some lucky people around the world their commutes are nothing short of spectacular. Are you as fortunate –…Read More