Sunday, May 12, 2013
See tiny 6-month-old Western lowland gorilla Nayembi learn to move around as she recuperates at the Lincoln Park Zoo.
Little Nayembi, a Western lowland gorilla who was injured in February, is the star of this week's YouTube video. The baby gorilla with the huge eyes is said to be "thriving under 24-hour care by Lincoln Park Zoo animal care staff, and will soon be reunited with her troop. The six-month-old gorilla is trying new foods, exploring her enclosure, and getting lessons in how to act like an ape."
Sunday, April 14, 2013
Watch out where you sit!
People thought they were going to sit down for a nice, relaxing cup of coffee until SURPRISE! The chair stood up. A "human chair" gives customers a fun scare in this week's YouTube video, posted by ucmagic. This video was featured on the Today Show and has gotten 1,547,110 hits on YouTube so far.
Sunday, April 7, 2013
A young but stylish boy sings a Bruno Mars song and ends up on the Ellen Degeneres show, as shown in this week's YouTube video.
You are never too young to sing your heart out, especially if you are a hat-wearing, stylish crooner named Kai from Houston, Texas. The pint-sized singer belted out Bruno Mars' hit song "Grenade" on the Ellen Degeneres show, after Ellen saw his video on YouTube. The cute factor on this one is through the roof. Enjoy!
Sunday, March 3, 2013
Funny cats star in this week's YouTube Video.
Cats sliding into tubs of water, cats climbing on babies, cats jumping on dogs, enough said. Originally posted by nguoap.
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Crazy dunks, jumps and flips over cars are just a few of the incredible feats performed by regular people in this week's featured YouTube video. Don't try these at home!
This popular YouTube video will impress and inspire - but we warn you, again-do NOT try these tricks at home. Just click, sit back and enjoy!
Friday, January 18, 2013
The number of teens who use social network sites almost doubles between ages 12 and 13, according to data from the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project.
About 76 percent of teen Internet users are also social media users, according to a survey of about 800 teens surveyed in 2011 by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project. Of those teen social media users, 93 percent have a Facebook account and the number of teens who use social network sites almost doubles between the ages of 12 and 13, according to the Pew data. Most social networking sites restricts children under 13 years old from creating an account, but it’s not uncommon for children to lie about their age when signing up. From Facebook, YouTube, Tumblr, Twitter and many other social networking sites popping up on the web, Patch wants to know: At what age do you allow your children to have a social media account…
Thursday, April 21, 2011
A roundup of the region’s major developments for Thursday, April 21.
Here's what's going on in Patch sites around you: Missing Niles North Student Found. UPDATE: State's Attorney Anticipates Trial in District 225 Bomb Threat Case. VIDEO: All Aboard! A Front-Seat Look at Train Safety. Skokie Canine Makes No Bones About Celebrity Status.