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April's blood moon eclipse will show itself on April 15, 2014. Photo Credit: jurvetson, via flickr creative commons
Scott Peterson April 15, 2014 at 09:50 am
Astrology makes predictions of future events based on cosmological alignments of both planets andRead More the Sun and Moon in relation to constellations of stars. So what exactly is the difference if not the predictions and labels used? While the ancient writers of scripture surely associated celestial events with real world events by sensing a pattern, without knowing that the pattern is repeated throughout the universe, they could not know that it couldn't be personal. That the eclipse happened while the skies were overcast suggests that if it were a sign, few were able to see it. The logical question is to ask why God wouldn't have ensured there were clear skies so that the sign could be seen. Simply put, if it were in fact a sign, hiding it is counter productive. The significance of the world wars depends on from where and when you look at them. Significant to those who lived it to be sure but to those who came afterwards, perhaps less so. While tragic to those who suffered the effects of the times, the losses were replaced within 3 generations and the memory of those who experienced the times are fading as time moves on. Besides, if another world war is to happen, it, like everything else, must be by design of anything is. I do believe that everything happens because it is supposed to or nothing can, I just don't think it all happens for us as some seem to. My ego is healthy but to assume the entire universe was made for man alone is beyond my hubris.
christie nicolle April 21, 2014 at 11:14 am
sounds fascinating -- I heard of John Hagee a minister who wrote a book on the Blood Moons - don'tRead More get it yet, but sounds intense, we just had a lunar eclipse + full moon days ago.
dleighg April 21, 2014 at 11:50 am
christie I hope you don't think it's significant that the eclipse and the full moon occurred at theRead More same time. That is ALWAYS the case (simple geometry).
Woods Way March 6, 2014 at 10:46 pm
Is this Lou Young from Sway?!
Brad Lucas March 7, 2014 at 01:25 pm
The link for info and the signup form is at the following link:Read More http://friendsoflarchmontlibrary.org/events
Lanning Taliaferro (Editor) March 7, 2014 at 01:38 pm
Thanks, Brad!
courtesy Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival
Kris DiLorenzo March 6, 2014 at 10:58 am
The more unresponsive the dog is, the funnier that monologue of Launce’s is. During my dramaRead More training, a Royal Shakespeare Company actor performed it in our class, substituting a rolled up coat for Crab. Absolutely brilliant!
Cotto Wine Bar and Pizzeria
Craig Noor February 9, 2014 at 08:20 pm
Now this is death throes ... a clip job of a few sentences from a New York Times review and a fewRead More from the Patch's review back from when it was staffed. Pathetic.
Lanning Taliaferro (Editor) February 10, 2014 at 07:42 am
Craig: We've been aggregating articles from other publications from the outset. Plus, we know that aRead More review by the NYT is, in foodie circles, a big deal. And we know our neighbors will cross community lines to try new places. (I am reminded of Yogi Berra: “Nobody goes there anymore. It’s too crowded.”)
David Gurliacci (Editor) February 10, 2014 at 08:05 pm
The Stamford Advocate actually beat me to it:Read More http://blog.ctnews.com/lunchbreak/2014/02/07/stamford-wine-bar-cotto-earns-very-good-from-ny-times/ This is pretty common on the Internet, Craig. The proper way to do it is to add some additional information, which both the Advocate and we did.