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Look up in the sky! It’s a… kneeling man? A butterfly with wings? You’ll need your telescope to view this fuzzy patch of stars overhead when, as Edmund Halley said, “the Sky is serene and the Moon absent.” Learn more!
June 14th is Flag Day, a special day to celebrate the Stars and Stripes. Do you know all the rules, customs, and traditions for displaying and caring for the American Flag? We have the proper etiquette here.
Read how a hanging planter of sunny yellow petunias is now the home to a new family of house finches.
Did you know there are better times to fish than others? Editor Peter Geiger explains how the Farmers’ Almanac can help.
Whether you enjoy summer slaws or winter comfort foods, these cabbage tips will help you make the right choice when browsing the produce aisle or farmers market.
What causes the Moon to shine differently from week to week? And why can you sometimes see the Moon during the day? We have the answers.
It is estimated that 200,000 adults and a half-million children are inadvertently poisoned each year from pills that are improperly discarded. Learn how to safely dispose of unwanted medications.
An Omega what? Find out why a crazy-shaped weather pattern will cause some parts of the country to see a big cool down!
This clever craft how-to appeared in the 1978 edition of the Farmers’ Almanac Craft Book, dedicated to home crafters. Learn how to make a tissue caddy using coffee cans!