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Open Night: November 25

Stephens Memorial Observatory of Hiram College will be open for public observing Saturday, November 25, from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. Given good skies, visitors will see the stars of the Pleiades and Hyades clusters. 107 more words

The Coming of the Visible Third Eye

Marduk: This is wondrous, isn’t it, the way all this is going?

Helen: What do you mean?

Marduk: The way the moon is rising above the sun. 692 more words


By Scott Bailey © 2013

This mini-series of poems were written as part of a year-long daily poem challenge and published in my collection A Spring of Dreams… 292 more words


The Mysterious Disapperance of Aldebaran!

Hey, Sky Fans!

Yesterday, I mentioned there were a couple of interesting things happening in the skies this weekend, and I was going to split things out into a couple of posts. 850 more words


Harvard film re-creates 18th-century slavery debate

At the age of 8, Africa-born Phillis Wheatley was kidnapped and sold into slavery. The property of a wealthy Boston family, she could read and speak English 16 months later. 830 more words

Arts & Culture

Birds of Negative Space

First, let me define the artist’s understanding of negative space. According to Wiki, “Negative space, in art, is the space around and between the subject(s) of an image.  899 more words


What an awesome way to start my weekend–my poem “Aldebaran” has been published in The Mystic Blue Review! I also have a six-word poem in the latest issue. 6 more words