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Heels touch the mat and breakfast for dinner

Sometimes I wake up with a light heart, skip food and run to the park like it’s going to leave without me. On these mornings, I can’t wait to run, breathe and stretch my legs all at the same time. 661 more words

Running

The Oracle Report, Saturday, February 28 and Sunday, March 1, 2015

Saturday: First Quarter Phase: step out of the comfort zone, take action

Sunday: Gibbous Moon Phase: trust

Moon in Cancer/Leo (Sunday 6:36 pm ET/11:36 pm UT) 706 more words

Illuminati/Terrorism/Corruption

Things To Do on Valentine's Day in NYC For #TEAMHAVINFUN

A couple of years ago, an episode of Wife Swap took the internet by storm with the little superstar, King Curtis. While he was undoubtedly a bratty shithead, he was right about two things: 1,017 more words

Cosmos host to kick off third year of STEAM initiative

When astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson – perhaps the world’s favorite science guru – reached 1 million followers on Twitter in early 2013, he commemorated the occasion with a special tweet to his newest follower. 325 more words

Feature Story

New York Nerdom

I spent MLK weekend in New York City with friends. The climate shock coming from Atlanta was great, and the fact that it rained all Sunday didn’t help, but we toughed it out, tramping all over the city, seeing a few key sights in our limited time. 460 more words

American Museum Of Natural History

What Is The Meaning Of Life? by Giovannah Philippeaux

We start the New Year with a very important question, what is the meaning of life? Oh god if I knew! But Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson seems to have a clue, and a very good one at that. 131 more words

Life

Memories of the Hayden Planetarium

I grew up in New York City in the 50s. My mother was a Utah girl who had dreams of going to the Big City to become an actress, and by dint of sheer determination she did just that; but while her roots were in the West, she did her best to make sure her offspring (me) was given as much cosmopolitan exposure as possible. 1,032 more words

Science