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Who Is Dora The Explorer?

Dora the Explorer is the Hispanic title character in an animated cartoon for children. Dora made her premiere in 1999 on Nickelodeon, and by the year 2000 her show had become a network staple. In 2005, she became the first Hispanic character balloon to grace the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Dora is a cheerful, energetic and enthusiastic child with a wide circle of friends and a close and loving family. Each episode finds her character embarking on a mission to do a good deed or to help a friend. The mission usually consists of Dora going to three specific locations where she must find things or complete certain tasks. Sometimes Dora requests help from the audience to locate missing objects or to handle a situation. Needless to say, all of her adventures end in success. At the end of each show, Dora and her supporters celebrate their victory and encourage the people watching the show to think about their favorite part of the day's adventure. Dora is usually accompanied by her best friend Boots, a monkey. S...

 


Movie Night: An Economical and Fun Family Event

In today's challenging economy, many families are searching for activities they can enjoy together as a family, without the need to spend a lot of money. While going out to see a movie can be a beloved pastime for many people, it can often end up being very expensive, particularly if you have got a large family or if you want to enjoy extra treats such as popcorn and soft drinks. Despite the fact that viewing a matinee can help somewhat with the expense, an afternoon spent at the movie theater may still break the family entertainment budget. Have Fun with a Movie Night with Your Family Instead of spending money to take your whole family to the theater, try instituting a family movie night. This can actually be more fun than going to the theater, because there is virtually no end to the various movies you can choose from, whether they are on television, DVDs or even on VHS tapes. If you want to watch an assortment of movies, then try letting all of your family members take turns picking which movie to watch. ...

 


Classic Tv Dvds And Memorabilia Growing In Popularity

TVLand and Nick-at-Night are not the only places we find classic television shows. They are cropping up more and more places. Classic TV collectibles are popular items on auction sites such as Ebay. Enter "Classic television show collectibles" into your Google-powered search engine and you will find around 170,000 possibilities. Run through a few of those results and you will find everything from classic television DVDs, lunch boxes, costumes, watches, salt and pepper shakers, vintage posters, and dolls. A quick search on Amazon.com found "The Best of Donny and Marie (DVD) Volume 1 (1976)." There are websites and online stores whose sole purpose is to sell classic television paraphernalia. These sites are capitalizing on the baby boomer's affinity for nostalgia. Collectors are scooping up the vintage collectibles. There are companies who are bringing back the collectibles by manufacturing "New Vintage" collectibles. New metal lunch boxes with Donny and Marie, Superman, The Flintstones, Scooby Doo,...

 




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