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Description: Find out the top ten lists for the week on listverse!Catagories ranging from art & literature to science & nature, and even bizzzare facts that you wouldn't have thought of!
Description: Teen Ink is a monthly tabloid-format magazine which is marketed to, and written by, teenagers. It is based in Newton, Massachusetts, and published by the Young Authors Foundation, a non-profit organization. The magazine's name was originally The 21st Century. Many students from our class submitted their work to teenink and have been featured in their website.
Description: City of Camarillo - everything you want to know about our city - where we live!
Description: California State University Channel Islands - A new university right in our backyard. CAPE's eigth grade classes took a trip to CSUCI, and it was a lot of fun!
Description: Gizmodo is a technology weblog about consumer electronics. It is part of the Gawker Media network run by Nick Denton. It's known for up-to-date coverage of the technology industry and the personal, humorous, sometimes very inappropriate writing style of the contributors.
Description: Browse through the Indian Express newspaper to get informed about what's going on in India. This is a website based on the heritage of our colleague who lived in and loves India.
Description: This is a newspaper from Iran, you can learn what has and will be happening in Iran by loolking through our archived data. Also like the other newspapers in this collection, Iran is part of the heritage of our archive-it colleague.
Description: Ireland, the magical land of many things including leperchauns. Well, the newspaper isn't really about them, but who knows what could happen, so keep yourself updated with what's going on in Ireland through the Irish Times newspaper.
Description: This is the official website for a Newspaper from Jerusalem. It is one of the members of the CAPE Archive-it team's special family heritage.
Description: The Los Angeles Times. We read this newspaper online and in our classroom. We live less than an hour away from Los Angeles.
Description: We learn a lot from political cartoons. Our teacher uses this website to find cartoons that feature references to current events. This is definitely our world and an interesting way to try and understand it...
Description: National Parks in California. Important to our world. The weather allows us to spend a lot of time outdoors and one of our favorite things to do is spend time at the beaches. Because of that - we have an interest in being Junior Lifeguards and spend every summer training for the duty.
Description: Prescott Daily, Arizona's favorite newspaper! Keep informed about the news in one of our team mate's home state updates.
Description: Former President Ronald Reagan left a wonderful library and museum as part of his legacy. The Discovery Center offers a great simulation field trip that allows us to see inside the Oval Office, the press room, and the military command center during his time on office. The place is a lot of fun!
Description: This is the official website for the Camarillo Acorn, our local newspaper. It is read and enjoyed by many residents of this area, including us.
Description: The City of Thousand Oaks, located in beautiful Ventura County, 12 miles inland from the Pacific Ocean, is nestled against the Santa Monica Mountains and surrounded by more than 14,800 acres of natural publicly owned open space. This open space contains 75 miles of trails for hiking, biking, or just leisurely walking. While this natural acreage gives our community the best of nature, another source of pride in our community is the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. Opened in 1994, this jewel of cultural arts has become a beacon for our region featuring world-class entertainment, musicals, concerts, children’s shows, ballets, and much more. Thousand Oaks, a family-oriented community of 128,000, is home to excellent schools, outstanding parks, and myriad shopping opportunities, including the largest auto mall in the nation, according to J.D. Powers and Associates.
Description: This is our county's #1 news paper! The one and only Ventura County Star!
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