Battling scientific crime in the classroom: meet Einstein Anderson

Seymour Simon’s scientific investigator Einstein Anderson has been solving techno-mysteries for much of his time in a collection of best selling novels for children.

Simon’s fiction science detective can been found in a series of digitally-perfect e-book for kids available for the first time on Apple iPad, Kindle and select laptop computing devices. Perfect for after school.


Twice upon a few times…


SONEQUA MARTIN-GREENOnce Upon a Time … via the Inside Line… I told you that, soon enough, you’d be wondering what the Phuket Tamara’s agenda is.

And now you have wondered, and now you (kinda) know.

This week’s episode also accounted for August’s whereabouts, shed a touch more light on Snow’s growing darkness and connected the dots between Greg Mendel and… “Her.”

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IN PHUKET CIRCA 2011…. | August awakens in a beachside bed, beside a logy local lass, to discover that she gave him a tattoo on his shoulder his leg has turned to wood. (Between the setting, the clock time, the subtitles and the crazy, it was easily the show’s most Lost-like cold open ever.) When a visit to a regular doc proves futile, August is directed to a mystical man known as The Dragon. And…

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Fenway Ready To Bloom?

Fenway – home of pro baseball in New England.

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BOSTON (CBS) – At the WBZ Water Cooler: New England took another winter punch last week, but spring is here and summer is right around the corner. We thought it would be fun to go see how the ‘old ball yard’ is holding up, Fenway Park.

Turns out, the diamond is not in the best of shape, all covered in snow. It will be ready for the first pitch come April 8, however.

In the meantime, the show goes on at Fenway. Masonry work, ballpark tours and tourists are all around seeing the most historic park in the land.

WBZ took a winter walk around Fenway 

WBZ’S Drew Moholland catches up with those strolling around Fenway.

You can hear the WBZ Water Cooler on Saturday at 10:25 AM and 5:55 PM, and Sunday at 5:55 PM, on WBZ NewsRadio 1030.

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