If you're interested in visiting other stargazing or astronomy sites on the web, you might start with these. After this, you should check out the What's Next page.
Surfing the Net with Kids: This link takes you directly to the stargazing section, which, for whatever reason, the home page doesn't have. It's oriented towards kids and families. I haven't been through it extensively, but what I've seen looks pretty good.
Astronomy.com: A lot of real good astronomy information. Their "picture of the day" alone makes it worth the visit. If you become a member (free), they'll email you a weekly bulletin.
Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS): Another great site to browse for info and a very nice photo gallery.
SpaceWeather.com: This site has info on meteor showers, solar flares, near-miss asteroids, and more. Free eNewsletter if you want one.