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Groovin' To The Beat Issue Date: 06-10-2001

Cool Spots imageKeep your feet tappin' and your fingers snappin' at http://pbskids.org/jazz. At this swinging site you can discover the history of jazz with the Interactive Timeline. Visit the Improvisation Station to test your skills on the groove machine. Play Repeat the Beat, a memory game, with an animal band. In the Now and Then section, learn about famous jazz musicians such as Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker and more. You can also read about kids your own age who love to play music. Tell your teachers about the Lesson Page, which has suggestions for using the site in class. This is one site that will surely keep you groovin'.

Visit: http://pbskids.org/jazz
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Music Mania Issue Date: 05-20-2001

Cool Spots imageSlide over to Music Notes: An Interactive Online Music experience at http://library.thinkquest.org/15413. Key in on music theory through scales, chords and dynamics. Explore the history of music from medieval composers to 20th-century techniques. Check out some cool music styles, from rock 'n' roll to classical to Caribbean. Find out about musical careers and instruments. Remember: don't be sharp, don't be flat, just be natural.

Visit: http://library.thinkquest.org/15413
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Music Along the Mississippi Issue Date: 05-13-2001

Cool Spots imageRow down the Mississippi River of music for a River of Song at www.pbs.org/riverofsong. Start out at Inger, Minn., and head south to Louisiana. The cold North offers Ojibwe drummers and Scandinavian fiddlers, while the Midwestern Crossroads is bluegrass country. From Kentucky to Mississippi you'll find soul and the beginnings of rock 'n' roll. And the Deep South is home to Cajun, gospel, blues and honky-tonk music. This trip down the Mississippi River will introduce you to the wide variety of music found in America's heartland.

Visit: www.pbs.org/riverofsong
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The Kodak Girl Comes To Life Issue Date: 02-04-2001

Cool Spots imageWhen George Eastman invented the simple-to-use Kodak camera, he used images of women to advertise his product. Thus was born the Kodak Girl. Zoom in and focus on the Kodak Girl Collection at www.kodakgirl.com. You'll find many images of the Kodak Girl from magazine ads, catalog covers, posters and more. In addition, the site features rare photos of women with cameras in postcards, snapshots and other media. Finally, the Toys and Figurines sections have photographs of camera-related toys, dolls and beautiful miniature figurines. Enjoy this delightful and unique collection of photographs of women with cameras. Remember the Kodak Girl the next time you take a picture.

Visit: www.kodakgirl.com
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A Web of Art At the Met Issue Date: 12-24-2000

Cool Spots imageTake a virtual tour of one of the largest museums of its kind. Grab your sketch pad and head to the online version of New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art at www.metmuseum.org. The first installment in its online collection includes more than 3,500 works in categories ranging from American decorative arts, arms and armor, and Asian art to Greek and Roman art, modern art, musical instruments and photographs. The Explore and Learn section includes interactive exhibits. Be sure to visit the Just for Fun section and play the Carpet Hunt game. You can also learn about a Korean dragon, search for the symbol in a sculpture, and discover what "celadon" is. There's lots of fun waiting for you at The Met.

Visit: www.metmuseum.org
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