Edmonton Food Notes: From pop-ups to cookbooks, Edmonton’s festive food … – Edmonton Journal

Edmonton Food Notes: From pop-ups to cookbooks, Edmonton's festive food
Edmonton Journal
The pop-up restaurant group, Staff Meal Edmonton, is hosting another of its popular, one-off meals, this time to celebrate the Persian winter solstice. It's being held at the Orange Hall (10335 84th Ave.) on Monday, Dec. 3 at 6:30 p.m. The five-course

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In the Spirit: Popular planetarium program tackles holiday traditions – Wisconsin State Journal

In the Spirit: Popular planetarium program tackles holiday traditions
Wisconsin State Journal
“Season of Light” will lead audience members through basic astronomy concepts while discussing religious and cultural events from winter solstice to “a theory on what the Star of Bethlehem might have been,” said Geoff Holt, planetarium director.

Edmonton Food Notes: From pop-ups to cookbooks, Edmonton’s festive food … – Edmonton Journal

Edmonton Food Notes: From pop-ups to cookbooks, Edmonton's festive food
Edmonton Journal
The pop-up restaurant group, Staff Meal Edmonton, is hosting another of its popular, one-off meals, this time to celebrate the Persian winter solstice. It's being held at the Orange Hall (10335 84th Ave.) on Monday, Dec. 3 at 6:30 p.m. The five-course

Atheists Display ‘Secular’ Nativity Scene Calling Religion ‘Myth and Superstition’ – Christian Post


Christian Post

Atheists Display 'Secular' Nativity Scene Calling Religion 'Myth and Superstition'
Christian Post
The display is set up on the first-floor rotunda of the Wisconsin State Capitol now through the month of December, and officially celebrates Winter Solstice, which falls on Dec. 21, when the sun will appear at noon at its lowest altitude above the horizon.

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Beyond 2012: ‘Hang out’ with NASA Wednesday to talk Planet Nibiru, Mayan … – al.com (blog)


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Beyond 2012: 'Hang out' with NASA Wednesday to talk Planet Nibiru, Mayan
al.com (blog)
21 will be the annual winter solstice, the day of the year with the least sun in the northern hemisphere. Famous astronomer Neil deGrasse Tyson agrees that you can still make plans for Christmas Day, and you can watch his humorous take in the video below.