Tag search results
Tags let us describe our content with keywords, making it easier to find what you're most interested in. Use the search box to look for tags, or explore our coverage with the lists below.
How long does it take a robotic hand to learn to juggle a cube? About 100 years, give or take.
He’s standing on a piece of wood, balancing on a thick piece of PVC pipe, perched on top of a metal stool, juggling three knives. The crowd claps and Justin “The Great” Santini flips the knives high, the mid-afternoon sun glinting off the steel blades.
It’s that fall time of year when things die, like leaves and some people’s sense of humor. Take last week. Half the city got their knickers in a knot over some harmless comments made about Spokane from a couple of “Z Nation” TV actors.
Imagine being told you could learn to juggle at any age – that the flexibility and mobility issues that often accompany aging aren’t barriers to tossing some colorful beanbags in the air and catching them. Then what if you were told that juggling can improve brain power, concentration, dexterity, reaction time and may even help prevent Alzheimer’s?
Left my desk at 12:30 for an assignment to cover a gal who teaches seniors how to juggle. My photographer wondered where I was at an earlier assignment. Turns out there was a bit of a mix up. He was there to take the pictures, but I wasn't there to get the story. So, off I went to Nine Mile Falls, WA. which is pretty near Canada from what I could tell ;-)
Connor Soth has two fire-eating great-aunts, making the Finch Elementary School sixth-grader a perfect match for the school’s circus club. The free club meets four times a week after school, and although there is no fire eating involved, there are a lot of circus stunts going on.