Meridian Street in Portland, Indiana
Portland was laid out in 1837 by Daniel W. McNeal and named for his hometown, Portland, Maine. It was incorporated in 1866 and granted a city charter in 1883. By 1921 Meridian Street was the principle business thoroughfare on a Saturday night.,Jay County Journey
Portland, Indiana Volunteer Firemen and Firetruck
Fourteen volunteers and two full-time house men comprised the force of the Portland Volunteer Firemen's Association in 1921. Marshall Fleming was the Chief, and Lew Mason was the Assistant Chief.,Jay County Journey
Blad voor getallendictee Op dit blad kunnen kinderen per dag vijf getallen noteren. Zo weet je onmiddellijk wie er problemen heeft met het schrijven van getallen tot honderd. Dit is een heel korte oefening en kan meerdere keren per week als tussendoortje gebruikt …
Op dit blad kunnen kinderen per dag vijf getallen noteren. Zo weet je onmiddellijk wie er problemen heeft met het schrijven van getallen tot honderd. Dit is een heel korte oefening en kan meerdere keren per week als tussendoortje gebruikt …
Interview with Marilyn Ray, Acoma Pueblo Potter
Marilyn Ray, one of a large family of Acoma potters, talks about her family and the materials, techniques, and motifs used in her work. The interview took place at the artist's home in Acoma Pueblo, new Mexico.
The Mark of Cain: Justice in the Aftermath of the Holocaust
College of Southern Maryland's Institutional Equity and Diversity Office and Maryland Humanities Council sponsored this speakers bureau presentation by St. Mary's College of Maryland Associate Professor Dr. Katharina von Kellenbach. How do families and societies move beyond an event of mass violence, such as the Holocaust? This lecture draws on personal experience to explore the moral, emotional, and legal dilemmas of living with perpetrators in the period after a genocide. Von Kellenbach explo
Harvard University Dining Services is engaged in a process to make the seafood it serves more sustainable and is working with National Geographic Fellow Barton Seaver to develop new sustainability guidelines for large institutions whose seafood choices are constrained by the need to buy in volume and meet sometimes tight budget targets.
Internet Safety for Kids K-3
This is an excellent video teaching younger students all about internet safety. There are 3 featured rules that are explained in kid-friendly language. (07:50)
U.S. Morning Call: Deere reports, more FB insiders sell off
Nov 21 - Equipment maker John Deere posted a higher quarterly profit; more Facebook board members unloaded company shares.
Fractions in Everyday Life
This teacher-made video teaches what a basic fraction is, and provides many examples of how fractions are used in every day life. (05:29)
El Aprendizaje Automático trata de construir sistemas informáticos que optimicen un criterio de rendimiento utilizando datos o experiencia previa.
How to Draw a Water Drop - Step by Step
Take a look at the video and learn from the producer of the video as he shows you step by step on how to draw a water drop. (04:27)
Tower Views - Not Just Cookies
In this edition of "Tower Views," Larry Burns, vice president for external affairs, is on location at the International House with College of Business and Innovation student Jonathan Bush, owner of Not Just Cookies, to discuss how you can enjoy his delicious treats.
The Rise and Decline of the American "Empire" [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Geir Lundestad | While the United States has been the world’s leading power from 1945 into the new millennium, it is now being challenged, primarily by China. In many respects the world is without a clear leader. Geir Lundestad is director of the Norwegian Nobel Institute. His new book is The Rise and Decline of the American “Empire”: power and its limits in comparative perspective.
Fleetridge Stars Student Council Regional Night: Nobody Young and Innovative Teen
Fleetridge Stars Student Council
Fleetridge Stars Student Council
Thunderbird students perform Dec. 8, 2012.
In this video a 15 yr. Sierra Leone teen, Kelvin Doe, gets a chance to visit M.I.T. and show them how he has taken little things found in the trash and made them into working electronics. Many science teachers could use this video to inspire their students to take what little material they have and create something extraordinary. Throughout the process of bettering his community, Kelvins become quite the DJ and a respected figure in his village and also gets to take a trip to the U.S. (10:
Regional Night: Nobody
Young and Innovative Teen