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Nov
02
2012
by: Angela Santomero | Filed under Kids, Parenting, Uncategorized

Following Hurricane Sandy, we’re still without full power and internet access (outside of 3G) but we couldn’t wait any longer to post our Halloween Photo Contest Winner.

This year, our judges were split..so we decided on 2 winners. Congratulations to Julie & Sarah’s little one’s for 2 most memorable pictures!! Prizes will be sent your way.

Thanks for joining in everyone & be safe out there!

-Angela

Aug
26
2012
by: Angela Santomero | Filed under Uncategorized

Terms and Conditions

Giveaway ends midnight Friday August 31st. USA only. No P.O. Box addresses. Winner will be picked via random number generator and notified by us.

Angela’s Clues will do everything possible to make sure that the winner receives their prize. Please respond within 72 hours after you are contacted, or a new winner need to be chosen.

Thank you for entering, good luck & don’t forget to tell us if you’re our winner!

 

May
09
2012
by: Angela Santomero | Filed under Uncategorized

“We’ve brought together some of our most beloved literary characters to rally people behind the Book People Unite movement and help get books in the hands of kids who need them the most. Join the movement at bookpeopleunite.org

by: Reading Is Fundamental

May
04
2012
by: Greg | Filed under Kids, Stuff We Love, Uncategorized

 

The USS Intrepid Air/Space Museum (NYC) recently won the bid to acquire the Enterprise for permanent display at the carrier museum on NYC’s West Side.  So last week, NASA’s Shuttle Carrier Aircraft, a 747, brought the space shuttle to New York City.

The NASA/Intrepid folks wanted to historically welcome the Enterprise to NYC, so to promote the Enterprise’s arrival, they had it flown up the Hudson River at a relatively low altitude – mounted atop the 747 – while passing her future home, the Intrepid Museum.

A friend just shared these incredible pictures with us & we wanted to share them with you (absolutely no Photoshop/editing was done on either).  If you’ve ever witnessed one of these flyovers, let us know all about it and for more incredible information on all things NASA, be sure to check out their comprehensive site.