“Calling the Game” sportscasting camp recently wrapped, sponsored by the ASU Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications along with the Arizona Coyotes and FOX Sports. I was lucky enough to attend both the high school and middle school camps.
Ever wonder how to become a journalist for the Bear Essential Newspaper? I am going to share with you how I became a journalist. I recently attended the Bear Essential News Young Reporters Workshop at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at ASU!
When you don’t feel well, is your pillow sometimes your best friend?
Preston was 9 months old when he got sick. He was in the in the hospital with Croup. After many breathing treatments and being sent home, he returned to the hospital. Pillows that were made for Preston when he was born were taken to the hospital to help reposition him as he got well. The nurses liked them.
Did you celebrate National Chocolate Chip Day? It happened last month, May 15 to be exact!
According to National Day Calendar, Ruth Graves Wakefield of Whitman, Massachusetts, was probably curious about what a little bit of chocolate would be like added to her cookies. In 1937, while working at the Toll House Inn, Wakefield added cut-up chunks of a semi-sweet Nestle chocolate bar to her cookie recipe.
The cookies were a huge success!
Who is your favorite superhero? Superman, Batgirl or even Spider-Man? Imagine what it would be like to dress up as your favorite superhero and help others! Christina Fay, President of Justice League Arizona, does just that!
“I’ve been a fan of DC Comics since I was a little girl. I dressed up as Supergirl for Comic-Con where I was recruited,” she says. Fay is 23 and got involved in the Justice League five years ago. This is her first year as president. Fay says that she is the first female president.
Albert Einstein is known for his work and influence on the philosophy of science. Einstein is best known to the general public for his mass–energy equivalence formula E=mc2 , which has been dubbed “the world’s most famous equation.”
According to nobelprize.org , Einstein was born at Ulm, in Wurttemberg, Germany, on March 14, 1879. According to Wikipedia, Einstein had an IQ of 160. A perfect score is 162 on the Mensa Quizzes.
Have you ever wondered what the Lights of The World is all about? The Lights of the world has many activities, carnival rides, terrific lights and colorful lanterns. This is an amazing experience and can create lots of fantasticmemories with family and friends.
Imagine a garden with the beauty of the Sonoran Desert and a light and sound experience. Each year more than 450,000 people visit the Desert Botanical Garden annually. The garden features more than 50,000 plants.
Lauren Warren, assistant director of exhibits for the Desert Botanical Garden, says,” Soon we will celebrate our 80th anniversary. This year the Garden will celebrate the 40th anniversary of our holiday event, Las Noches de las
Veterans Day is a day that we celebrate to honor those who have served in our military.
Deborah Sanders, first-grade teacher at Arizona Desert Elementary is a veteran. Sanders is a retired military officer who served in the Air Force for 21 years. Sanders retired at the rank of Lt. Colonel.
“My career began in the military during myfreshman year of college. I joined the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) at my school. I stayed in ROTC for four years and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant when I
graduated,” says Sanders.
Your parents or grandparents may remember Ladmo bags, Call a Kid, Pet
Adoptions, kids in the audience and Wallace, Ladmo and Gerald on stage.
“The Wallace and Ladmo Show” was the longest running kids show in the
Valley, delighting audiences for 36 years with their sketch comedy.
The Wallace and Ladmo Foundation seeks to preserve, nurture and
continue the Wallace and Ladmo legacy, encouraging creativeness and
camaraderie in Arizona’s children. “What better place to do that than at the