No matter where you stand on Earth, look up and you'll see the same sky as everyone else. Since the development of language, and even before, the stars and planets have been a source of wonder and mystery and inspiration for poets the world over...
The new year is just about upon us, and that means that Valentine's Day will be sneaking up on you faster than an arrow from Cupid's quiver. Face it, it's tough to come up with great ideas to sweep the love of your life off his/her feet.
The folks at Sloan/Longway have come to your romantic rescue. Experience a unique and intimate dinner for two under the stars of Longway Planetarium that includ
After days of clouds and rain, we are expecting skies to clear tonight and through the weekend. That will make viewing of the annual Orionid Meteor Showers visible to those willing to brave the cool temperatures. This particular meteor shower isn't quite as spectacular as the Perseid meteor shower in August, but you can expect to see 15-20 meteors or "shooting stars" per hour.
Longway Planetarium is celebrating again this year with their annual science party! You and the kids can make yummy edible monster muffins, scary flying ghosts, and an eerie lava lamp. All the fun begins on Friday, October 21st at 6pm. It's ideal for families with kids 8 and up. The cost is $12 per person, or $40 for a family of four. It includes pizza. Pre-registration is required.
If you have plans to visit the Flint Cultural Center this summer, getting there will be a bit of a challenge for a month or two. Work is to begin on July 5th to replace pavement on Kearsley Street between Crapo and Walnut. New lights will be installed as well as new informational banners.