Booking Ahead | Andrew Bird, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Cypress Hill, Titus Andronicus … – Time Out Chicago (blog)


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Booking Ahead | Andrew Bird, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Cypress Hill, Titus Andronicus
Time Out Chicago (blog)
Mercurial whistler Andrew Bird goes solo for his seasonal Gezelligheid gigs December 19 and 20 at Fourth Presbyterian Church, flanked by those gargantuan Specimen speakers, a lovely lead-up to the winter solstice. Cypress Hill and Action Bronson also

Hayes leaves Great and Good in the dark for Newgrange ‘mystical event’ – Irish Times


Irish Times

Hayes leaves Great and Good in the dark for Newgrange 'mystical event'
Irish Times
Minister of State at the Department of Finance Brian Hayes, who is charge of the OPW, gets to decide who can go inside the passage tomb at Newgrange for the Winter Solstice. This year, it's on December 21st. He was lucky enough himself to welcome the

Booking Ahead | Lynyrd Skynyrd, Cypress Hill, Titus Andronicus and Death Grips – Time Out Chicago (blog)


Time Out Chicago (blog)

Booking Ahead | Lynyrd Skynyrd, Cypress Hill, Titus Andronicus and Death Grips
Time Out Chicago (blog)
Mercurial whistler Andrew Bird goes solo for his seasonal Gezelligheid gigs December 19 and 20 at Fourth Presbyterian Church, flanked by those gargantuan Specimen speakers, a lovely lead-up to the winter solstice. It's a far cry from the faded rhymes

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Archaeologists say that Mayas built watchtower-style structures atop ball … – Art Daily

Archaeologists say that Mayas built watchtower-style structures atop ball
Art Daily
“Last year, as a part of the integral restoration Ball Game Project, we were able to restore the five passages up to 90 percent; I again made astronomical observations and could prove that one of them marks the winter solstice, the central passages

Discovered Mayan structures used to observe solstices – Livingston Daily

Discovered Mayan structures used to observe solstices
Livingston Daily
Late last year and early this year, a team led by archaeologist Jose Huchim confirmed that the sun shone through the slit-like openings when the setting sun touches the horizon at the winter solstice. The sun's rays also formed a diagonal pattern at

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Mexican expert: Mayan ball court at Chichen Itza was celestial observatory to … – Washington Post

Mexican expert: Mayan ball court at Chichen Itza was celestial observatory to
Washington Post
Late last year and early this year, a team led by archaeologist Jose Huchim confirmed that the sun shone through the slit-like openings when the setting sun touches the horizon at the winter solstice. The sun's rays also formed a diagonal pattern at