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Spring Equinox Ritual Celebration

Spring Equinox Ritual Celebration Mar 15th, 2007 at 10:15PM: As I'm blowing my nose, yet again, wondering when this cold might end, and lamenting that yesterday's 70 degrees and sunny has turned into today's blustery grey complete with snowflakes, I'm thinking, "I could really use some spring renewal." I came across an event that would do just that. At Circle Sanctuary Nature Preserve in southwestern Wisconsin, the Welcome Spring Festival, March 24, is a...

Wisconsin's "Wonder Spot" To Close

Wisconsin's Feb 5th, 2007 at 4:34PM: "Accidentally" discovered on June 16, 1948, southern Wisconsin's "Wonder Spot" is an area approximately 50 feet in diameter in which the laws of gravity seem to be ignored. In the old cabin sitting on this spot, water flows uphill, chairs balance on two legs, and people are unable to walk straight. (Sounds like a bar I know.) Is this "gravity vortex" -- one of several dozen reported vortices in...

America's Cleanest & Greenest Cities

America's Cleanest & Greenest Cities Apr 6th, 2006 at 2:21PM: The Ames-Boone area of Iowa normally doesn't get mentioned around here too much, but it's time to turn things around or our travel destinations at least. runs an interesting health piece which highlights America's greenest and cleanest cities. The listing is based on ozone pollution and particles from data collected by the American Lung Association's 2005 set of statistics and according...

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