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As Mainers are preparing for more snow this weekend, we are reminded of a freak spring storm that roared into New England in 1977. Learn more!
Great money saving tips from “North America’s No.1 Miser.”
Some fun advice from the 1877 Farmers’ Almanac that you’re going to “knead.”
Monday, March 20, at 6:29 a.m. EDT, marks the date and time of the Vernal Equinox for 2017. But what does this mean exactly? And what does it have to do with the Sun? Find out!
Learn about these funny and adorable barnyard creatures who are known to swoon!
We were on to something! See the timely health advice the Farmers’ Almanac shared back in 1869 that is still relevant today.
How soon after the dark New Moon can the thin sliver of a waxing crescent Moon be seen? Find out what the record is, and when you’ll be able to see it emerge this week.
Did you know a little more than 1 hogshead pints of blood pass through the heart in one hour? We didn’t either! Find out more fun statistics in this Almanac Throwback from our 1883 edition.
This weekend is for the birds . . . and the people who love them! Count the feathered frolickers in your own backyard for as little as 15 minutes to help expand our understanding of these wild creatures.