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Sing Along with Kermit Issue Date: 07-05-1998

Cool Spots imageJoin your favorite Muppets for the sing-along of a lifetime at the Muppets Movies Lyric Archive. Follow the rollicking sounds to www.whysanity.net/muppets and get in tune with Kermit the Frog, Fozzie Bear and Rowlf. The Web site, dedicated to Jim Henson and Richard Hunt, features lyrics from "The Muppet Movie," "The Great Muppet Caper" and "The Muppets Take Manhattan." Plus, there's movie dialogue and photos of your favorite Muppets characters. From "The Rainbow Connection" to "The Muppet Baby Song," you'll be singing, dancing and laughing along with this classic gang. Be sure to save a dance for Miss Piggy!

Visit: www.whysanity.net/muppets
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Play It Loud Issue Date: 06-21-1998

Cool Spots imageWhether it's rock 'n' roll, jazz or the blues, there's no mistaking the brash sounds of the electric guitar. Thanks to the Lemelson Center's Rise of the Electric Guitar Web site, you'll be able to meet the makers and players of this musical breakthrough at http://invention.smithsonian.org/centerpieces/electricguitar/theguitars.htm. You'll discover how the guitar was invented and how famous makers, from Gibson to Rickenbacker influenced its design. For those new to the guitar, audio clips demonstrate how the instrument works. Plus, there are profiles on such guitar legends as Buddy Holly, Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones. It's time to strap on a Fender Stratocaster and make some noise!

Visit: http://invention.smithsonian.org/centerpieces/electricguitar/theguitars.htm
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Everybody's Photo Album Issue Date: 03-01-1998

Cool Spots imageYou can learn a lot from old family scrapbooks, but you can learn even more from America's biggest photo album-the Library of Congress collection. Flip over to the pages of http://memory.loc.gov/ammem for an in-depth look at the American Memory. Just click on a photograph to open the door to an amazing collection. Or, if you don't have a particular favorite topic, just browse around. There's a little bit of everything in this scrapbook, from George Washington to Houdini. Not only will you find amazing pictures and information, but you can also listen to history. Hear folk songs from the 1930s and speeches from World War I! Now that's an amazing scrapbook. It's the Library of Congress' job to make sure that major historic events are preserved for generations to come. Take advatange of this national treasure.

Visit: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem
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A Great Day in Harlem Issue Date: 02-01-1998

Cool Spots imageIt all started out with one photograph taken in 1958 by Art Kane. The picture featured many of the greats of the jazz world, who gathered in Harlem for this special photo shoot. What resulted was a snapshot of jazz that captured the music world's imagination and gave way to a documentary film. A Great Day in Harlem brings you back to this special era. Head for Harlem by going back in time to www.harlem.org. You'll meet legendary musicians like Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, Maxine Sullivan and Lester Young. If you're an aspiring drummer or a budding saxophone master, you'll love the opportunity to search the site by the instrument of your choice. Get ready to hum to the sounds of One Day in Harlem!

Visit: www.harlem.org
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Virtual Tourist Issue Date: 02-01-1998

Cool Spots imageSeeing the sites is easy with a virtual trip to the Kyoto National Museum in Japan at www.kyohaku.go.jp. No reservations required! No 18-hour plane ride! Just click in and sit back for a stroll through one of the best collections of East Asian artifacts in the world. First stop should be the Museum Dictionary for kids. Here's where you'll learn everything you need to know about Buddhism, East Asian archeology, Lion-Dogs, and the importance of tea. Once you've learned more about Japanese, Chinese and Korean cultures, the rest of the museum will make a lot more sense. Browse through the special exhibits or visit the permanent collection to see famous statues of the Buddha, Samurai swords and much more. Sayonara!

Visit: www.kyohaku.go.jp
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