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Geostorm is a movie similar to 2012, but the weather is controlled instead of haywire, but the control system fails, and catastrophe strikes.

Paris in the 1860’s was a hostile place for women artists. During the age of Impressionism, countless women artists were under-credited and their work forgotten by the competitive eyes of a male dominated society. It is in the new exhibit curated by the Denver Art Museum entitled Her Paris: Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism that the masterpieces of these seemingly forgotten women are showcased and their intricate stories are brought to light.

The beggining of Winnie the Pooh is shared with the world in a new film 

Shakespeare is everything Nick Bottom (the main character in “Something Rotten!”) wants to be: rich, popular, and a famous playwright. But how can he step out of the Bard’s shadow and into the spotlight? Watch and see as “Something Rotten!” appears at the Buell Theater on its way around the country!

Dart Zone and Adventure Force have two new foam dart blasters! (Like Nerf guns)

Have you ever been to Africa and South America? Guess what, dinosaurs have.

Once, Benjamin Disraeli, a British statesman, said “Almost everything that is great has been done by youth.” That quote is not only proven, but emphasized by the Young Americans Center.
The Young Americans Center doesn’t care how old you are, or what grade you’re in. In this association, all that matters is that you can be a good business person. Children ages 5-21 can enter their contest with a product they created. If they win, they can earn one of the most important prizes that anyone, child or adult, could receive…
Their very own business.  

Are you interested in detective/judicial movies where mysterys have to be solved?

Snow and Rose are two sisters they have always lived in a grand house with lots of rooms and big gardens. That is until thier father goes on a buisness trip and never comes back.

It’s 1941, which means World War II. Alice Nanea Mitchell may only be 9 years old, but she knows she’s grown up enough to “dip her paddle in” and be useful. Say “Aloha” to the new American Girl Doll, Nanea!
 

American Girl Doll Company expands line by adding new Mega Construx building kits and a boy doll.

Alex Rider is off again in an action packed new book with explosions, vengeance, and more.

Some toys are easy to use, but others, not so much. The Smooshins Surprise Maker Kit does make cute toys, but you might need a little practice for it to come out right.

The IDO3D Print Shop is a kid’s 3D printer that didn’t seem to work . . . 

Have you seen the latest Transformers movie? Either way, here is a magnificent three headed dragon waiting for you to play with . . .

Maybe that high school teenager that you know is really a ninja???

The element of anticipation is highly illuminated with the product KIDBOX. KIDBOX is a company that specializes in choosing clothing that fits your fashion and size preferences.

Envision the seamless melding of opposite genres combining the labor of 2 opposite world-renowned literary geniuses to rise the phoenix of a masterpiece from the ashes of the gears grinding in the minds of R.L. Stine and Marc Brown. That vision has become a reality with the children’s book “Mary McScary”, cleverly written by R.L. Stine and stunningly illustrated by Marc Brown. 

Girls coding? What’s so special about it?

Although Blake Bates, a Rock Canyon High School student shaved his hair off during Wish Week to demonstrate support for Hope, a child with a life threatening condition, he didn’t realize that he was deserving of a wish as well. 

Have you ever seen a world where an umbrella can let you float down the side of a building, a cat can be as big as an elephant, and a hotel room can morph to fit your preferences? Have you ever seen Santa and the Yule Queen duel with feats of festivity, or traveled on the Gossamer Line? Explore the magical land of Nevermoor, in The Trials of Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend. 

Project Terra: Crash Course by Landry Q. Walker is undoubtedly a very weird story, but even though most of the characters seem like there is almost no way for them to exist, is based on the actual theory of terraforming, or creating planets using science.

The Biennial Of The Americas is an innovative program that has been bringing people together since 2010.