The 2017 total solar eclipse is fast approaching, and hordes of sky gazers are scrambling to find a spot where they can see the shadow of the moon completely obscure the sun for a few moments on Aug. 21.
There’s technically plenty of room for every American to pack into the narrow zone from Oregon to South Carolina where the total blackout will occur, shown on this eclipse map. But most of the country will be moored in a place where they will see only a partial eclipse, which occurs when the moon will...Read More
In this day and age, a lot of people wonder why we still even go to school or university when everything has become readily available to us at the click of a button. Need to know when man first landed on the moon?...Read More
From Broadway musicals to local productions, the Atlanta’s theatre scene has a lot to offer. Experience award-winning musicals by Broadway in Atlanta at The Fox Theatre, see the unique, original, and hilarious...Read More