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Pinterest is one of the latest social media sites to develop an avid following. Users "pin" videos, photos and other images to boards centered on various themes. The Tribune has four boards on Pinterest, including Our Schools and Those who can -- Teach!
CONCORD, N.H. — For the aspiring cooks and crafters who frequent Pinterest.com, "pinning" something is one thing. "Nailing" it is another.
Students at Chandler’s San Marcos Elementary School may have a few more books to talk about by the time summer ends.
In this Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012 photo, Andrea Green poses with her 3-D artwork of the state of New Hampshire, in Lebanon, N.H. For Green, who grew up drawing, knitting and sewing, Pinterest has been a huge source of inspiration. For the aspiring cooks and crafters who frequent Pinterest.com, “pinning” something is one thing. “Nailing” it is another. By letting users create “virtual pin boards,” Pinterest has become a popular way to keep track of home decor ideas, recipes and craft projects spread across the Internet. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)
Have you heard of Pinterest? If you are somewhat crafty (or want to be) then you know what I’m talking about. Pinterest is an online bulletin board that has idea after idea, after idea, after idea.
In the old days, education news focused on school board meetings, a classroom feature here and there, and a couple of big investigations or projects a year in a printed newspaper tossed into your driveway.
Feelin’ crafty? Then gather your paper, scraps of fabric, glue guns and other supplies for the next Craft Hack, scheduled for 6 p.m. the third Monday of the month at Gangplank, 260 S. Arizona Ave., Chandler.
There’s no debate about it: Gilbert teen Nicole Fisher is one of the best in the country when it comes to expressing herself.
How did summer go by so fast?
Pencils and glue sticks and paper, oh my!
For some, throwing a party is easier than iPhone navigation. They point their finger and a party materializes, scrapbooked nametags and all. For others, just the thought of a party sends their blood pressure through the ceiling. It doesn’t have to be that way though, says Phoenix designer Cheryl Najafi.
State lawmakers are moving to ensure that your Facebook password is none of your boss's business.
Reading, writing and math facts are becoming part of the routine in the Reese household each night as my older children sit down to do their homework.
Take note, Arizona high school students: There’s a new diploma in town.
A glance through EastValleyTribune.com in the past week revealed stories about Arizona’s education tax initiative, ASU’s move to make college costs more transparent, a profile on a local school, a list of dozens of people trying to win a school board seat and information about the growing home-schooling trend.
New pencils, new backpacks, new faces: May the school year begin.
When I was in fourth grade, a teacher died at my school. That was more than 30 years ago, and I still remember.
This summer parents received their children’s AIMS scores in the mail.
The advent calendar, which eases anxiety by counting down those pesky 24 days until Christmas Eve, is as much a holiday tradition for my family as the tree.
Lina Darnell’s daily routine is like that of most stay-at-home moms, taking care of the kids, getting lunches made, and keeping up the home.