sesamestreet:

Happy birthday, Mrs. Obama! Thanks for helping to make the next generation of children healthier every day!

sesamestreet:

Happy birthday, Mrs. Obama! Thanks for helping to make the next generation of children healthier every day!

(via pbsparents)

skunkbear:

compassandwheel:

endangered + critically endangered turtles of north america. from top to bottom: spotted turtle, bog turtle, cagle’s map turtle, wood turtle, pearl river turtle, blanding’s turtle, and alabama red bellied turtle.

Don’t forgot Yertle!

skunkbear:

compassandwheel:

endangered + critically endangered turtles of north america. from top to bottom: spotted turtle, bog turtle, cagle’s map turtle, wood turtle, pearl river turtle, blanding’s turtle, and alabama red bellied turtle.

Don’t forgot Yertle!

(via npr)

pritheworld:

Google’s the most popular search engine in the world, but can it solve one of history’s more intractable problems? A new ad from the company’s India branch tries to show the power of the search engine by showing two old friends divided by the 1947 Partition of India and Pakistan — reunited, sort of, by Google. 

(via publicradiointernational)

pbstv:

In the final episode of The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross, Henry Louis Gates explores the Black Power Movement and the new generation who stopped asking for freedom and starting demanding it.
Watch a preview and tune in to PBS, Tuesday (11/26), at 8/7c (check local listings).

pbstv:

In the final episode of The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross, Henry Louis Gates explores the Black Power Movement and the new generation who stopped asking for freedom and starting demanding it.

Watch a preview and tune in to PBS, Tuesday (11/26), at 8/7c (check local listings).

The idea of doing something in theater is very interesting to me. I’ve always wanted to do a children’s book. … Who knows if I’ll ever find time.
JJ Abrams discusses his current and possibly future projects in a wide-ranging interview with NPR’s Arun Rath. (via npr)
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