Here are 7 often-overlooked World Heritage Sites, each with its own history.
- UNESCO World Heritage Sites are locations of high value to humanity, either for their cultural, historical, or natural significance.
- Some are even designated as World Heritage Sites because humans don't go there at all, while others have felt the effects of too much human influence.
- These 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites each represent an overlooked or at-risk facet of humanity's collective cultural heritage.
Few students will become architects, but architecture may be able teach them more about real-life problem-solving than geometric proofs.
- Contemporary schools are reconsidering their subjects and teaching methods in order to offer the best education for children.
- Vicky Chan launched an architecture program designed to teach students STEM, creativity, sustainability,and problem-solving.
- Chan is hardly alone; others have integrated new subjects and methods into curriculum, hoping to instill in students the skills necessary to be engaged, thoughtful citizens.
Many of the world's favorite records weren't really recorded by the artist on the label.
- Hal Blaine, the behind-the-scenes heartbeat of over 40 #1 hits, has died at 90.
- Many records by 1960s and 1970s artists were secretly recorded by session musicians and singers.
- These unheralded performers were some of the most talented artists ever.
At high tide each night, bright lights predict the underwater future.
- Lochmaddy is a seaside village sitting at the encroaching edge of the North Atlantic.
- Artists dazzling lights depict the town's submerged future as the oceans continue rising.
- It's an unsettling visualization of global warming's impact.
A new generation is waiting for the whimsy and wit of Dr. Seuss.
- The new book will be titled Dr. Seuss's Horse Museum.
- Author of 45 children's books, Dr. Seuss's profundity mixed seamlessly with his simplicity.
- Revisit and explore these timeless classics by yourself and with your children.
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