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Feb 3rd Space Shuttle Columbia facts and links available from the newsroom. Click here
Feb 4th History
Channel: Great Speeches
Hear the words that changed the world. From Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I have a dream" speech to Lou Gehrig's farewell to baseball, our vast collection is drawn from the most famous broadcasts and recordings of the twentieth century. (Reminder: To listen to history being made, you must have RealPlayer installed. If you can't access our audio clips, click here to download RealPlayer
Feb 6th Leonardo
da Vinci Exhibition
This Metropolitan Museum of Art special online exhibition reveals the wonders of Leonardo da Vinci's drawings via the museum that never closes, the Internet. View highlights of the exhibition as you listen to audio introductions to the master's masterworks from curators and da Vinci scholars.
Feb 7th Small
Official Web site of the Small Business Administration. Congress created the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) in 1953 to help America's entrepreneurs form successful small enterprises. Today, SBA offices in every state, the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico offer financing, training and advocacy for small firms. The Agency also works with thousands of lending, educational and training institutions nationwide. The SBA enables its lending partners to provide financing to small businesses when funding is otherwise unavailable on reasonable terms by guaranteeing major portions of loans made to small businesses.
Feb 10th k9design.com!
Now in its ninth year k9design.com invites you to its canine-captivating, people-pleasing custom product line. Your search will take you from personalized dog bandanas (BowWows) to beautiful oak dog feeders (Dog Dinner Tables) to the plush dog line (CuddleDogs) and to our personalized apparel and gifts for dogs and the people they love.
Feb 11th Birding About Help your feathered friends through frigid weather with feeders, houses, suet, and more. Includes free feeder and house plans as well as free recipes for suet and other ways to feed birds. All you ever wanted to know about birds and each day they spolight a different species.
Feb 12th President Lincoln Born: February 12, 1809, in Hodgenville, Hardin County, Kentucky. Lincoln made extraordinary efforts to attain knowledge while working on a farm, splitting rails for fences, and keeping store at New Salem, Illinois. He was a captain in the Black Hawk War, spent eight years in the Illinois legislature, and rode the circuit of courts for many years. His law partner said of him, "His ambition was a little engine that knew no rest."
Feb 13th What to do with the kids. Happy Valentines Day! You'll find crafts, games, cards and more to celebrate with. Valentines Day is on February 14th.
Feb 14th Rambler and Aaron Watson live in concert tonight at Country Joe's. Come on out! Remember you must be 21 to enter.
Feb 17th Presidents Day Visit the official website of the President. Hear the weekly radio address, state of the union speech and more.
Feb 18th A great site to find the secret recipe to your brand-name
consumables including Orange Julius and Snapple Ice Tea.http://www.topsecretrecipes.com
Feb 19th Applying
for Your U.S. Passport the Easy Way
The Department of State's Bureau of Consular Affairs has prepared this publication to assist you in applying for your U.S. passport. This guide provides information on how, when and where to apply for your passport.
Feb 20th The Country Music Hall of Fame® The Country Music Hall of Fame is devoted to the recognition of noteworthy individuals for their outstanding contributions to Country Music. Founded in 1961 by the Country Music Association, the Hall of Fame currently counts 72 individual and groups among members. Who were the first members? Jimmie Rodgers, Fred Rose and Hank Williams were the Country Music Hall of Fame's first inductees, elected in 1961
Feb 21st http://roadsideamerica.com/
They are the rest stops that give America's highways true personality:
roadside attractions. Unplanned by focus groups and unfranchised by mega-corporations, roadside attractions are instead individual expressions of weirdness. Call them commercial folk art on a large scale. Often created by lone dreamers, these pseudo museums, parks, shops, and curiosities offer the kinds of unique spectacles you won't find listed in official visitor guides: anatomically incorrect dinosaurs, Miracle Tortillas, toilet-seat art, giant Muffler Men. To find out about these eccentric bits of Americana, you need only turn to roadsideamerica.com. Originally published as a book by Ken Smith, Mike
Wilkins, and Doug Kirby, Roadside America is now an Internet institution with over 4,000 oddball attractions listed.
Feb 24th http://www.tolerance.org/hidden_bias/ In the United States, equality is protected by the Constitution and supported by civil rights laws. Yet reports of unequal treatment because of skin color, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, country of origin, ability and other differences persist. This site presents tests created by psychologists at Yale University and the University of Washington. This collection of Implicit Association Tests (IAT) measures unconscious bias. Each test takes about five minutes, and your privacy is protected.
Feb 25th Welcome to snowcrystals.net! This site is all about snow crystals and snowflakes, and how these remarkably complex and beautiful structures appear, quite literally, out of thin air. The many facets of snow crystals are described here, along with our attempts to understand their formation.
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