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    1. 93 Days of Summer: Day 63— Mount Charleston

      Las Vegas Review-Journal1 hour ago

      Summer officially began when you woke up to the solstice this morning (June 21) with the 5.24 a.m., sunrise. Summer officially ends Sept. 22. If you’re counting that’s exactly 93 days ...

    2. Carhenge builder has the last laugh

      Washington Post23 hours ago

      While Stonehenge aligns with both the summer and winter solstice, Carhenge mostly aligns with amber waves of grain. Along with the circle of cars, Carhenge consists of three trilithons ...

    3. Solstice, a Boston-based social enterprise dedicated to expanding clean energy access to all Americans, is excited to announce that the Barrett Street Solar Farm in Oxford, MA, is open ...

    4. As vehicles streamed north out of Colorado toward the path of totality for Monday's eclipse, Colorado's Department of Transportation issued an urgent plea on social media: Please don't stop ...

    5. Can't get out of the office Monday morning to watch the Great American Solar Eclipse? You can watch live on azcentral.com shortly after 9 a.m. Arizona time. You can also watch live thanks to ...

    6. Gonzalez (@juanmgc) August 16, 2017 As SeattlePI notes, the Lenin statue ― located in Fremont, a quirky neighborhood known for its bustling art scene and annual solstice parade ― has ...

    7. Appropriately, Carhenge was originally built by Jim Reinders as a memorial to his father, having been officially dedicated on the summer solstice in 1987. The partial eclipse will begin ...

    8. Don’t say we didn’t warn you: Berkeleyside urged readers back in 2010 to mark their calendars and make their plans for Monday’s total solar eclipse. An exceedingly rare phenomenon, people are ...

    9. On August 21, 2017, North America will be in the direct path of a total solar eclipse, which happens when the Moon completely covers the Sun. In the U.S., the path of the total eclipse will ...

    10. Monument of Lenin in Seattle questioned

      Santa Fe New Mexican3 days ago

      There is a 7-ton statue of Vladimir Lenin in Seattle. It’s 16-feet tall, made of bronze and has resided in the city’s eclectic and very free-spirited Fremont neighborhood since 1995. In a twist ...

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