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How the days and months seem to have melted away — melted away from dawns to darkest evenings that arrive earlier each day. We are now approaching "the darkest evening of the year," as one of our favorite American poets, Robert Frost, mentioned at...
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Dennis Todey, state climatologist for South Dakota, recently answered several questions about what type of winter people in northeastern South Dakota can expect. Q. What does your office consider winter? A. Although winter doesn't officially begin...
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Petoskey First Presbyterian Church of Petoskey First Presbyterian Church, 501 E. Mitchell St., downtown Petoskey, will celebrate the third Sunday in Advent with special readings and music at 9:45 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 16. All are invited. This is also...
email@example.comBorn on Dec. 12, 2000, Hagerstown resident Kayla Bailey turns 12 wednesday, on 12/12/12. “It’s kind of cool that they’re all put together like that,” Bailey, a student at E. Russell Hicks Middle School said Tuesday. “My...
Wally Vait has a good eye for such things, so I'm not surprised that during a hike Saturday on the North Central Railroad Trail in Freeland, he spotted an Eastern garter snake on a sun-splashed rock. The question: What was it doing there, after one of the...
VarietyAmerican plays about troubled families are a dime a dozen. But American plays which do more than merely flirt with politics are scarce, and those attempting to meld the personal and political, like Jon Robin Baitz's Pulitzer finalist "Other Desert Cities,...
The Hartford CourantThe world will definitely not come to an end on Dec. 21, 2012, regardless of the Mayan calendar. There's no planetary Rapture in the near future, despite the wishful thinking of an apocalyptic few. For at least another billion years, Earth will spin,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith the end of the current Mayan long-count calendar, the Winter Solstice, and the alignment of the Earth and the Sun near the center of the galaxy on Friday, it might be easy to see how doomsday theorists could interpret this as the end of the world....
CROSS VILLAGE -- Starry Starry Night North is a collaborative art project with Three Pines Studio in Cross Village, Mackinaw City Public Schools, Mackinaw Area Public Library, International Dark Sky Park at the Headlands and The Mackinaw City Area Arts...
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Love 'em or hate 'em, there's no avoiding the holidays, and that's true on local stages as well as the shopping malls. But even the Scroogiest of souls could find something to celebrate in the gifts of theater, dance, and music offered up this season by...
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