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Thursday, September 18, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘Halloween’

Monster Bash a Smash in Berthoud

Monster Bash a Smash in Berthoud

  Over a hundred children and adults flooded the Berthoud Community Library last Friday night for the annual Library Halloween Party organized by Youth Services Director, Laura Lundberg. This year's theme was monster bash and was enjoyed by everyone from princesses to small furry animals and monsters. They participated in games, crafts, trick-or-treating, and watched a movie. It was an evening filled with fun for all ages and even adults turned out in full costume. Photos by ... Full Story

The Vampire: A Historic and Cinematic View

The Vampire: A Historic and Cinematic View

      By John W. Whitehead 10/24/2011 "The strength of the vampire is that people will not believe in him."—Dr. Abraham Van Helsing Halloween is associated with many strange creatures, but none more so than the vampire. To most people, the vampire is nothing more than a mythic monster popularized in movies, television, books and so on. Yet the vampire, an amalgamation of ancient lore woven through with sex, fear, danger and gore, is no mere Hollywood ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—Oct. 31, Arcturus is a Halloween

EarthSky Tonight—Oct. 31, Arcturus is a Halloween ghost of the summer sun

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org Every Halloween – and a few days before and after – the brilliant star Arcturus sets at the same time and on the same spot on the horizon as the summer sun. What’s more, this star rises at the same time and at the same place on the horizon as the sun does during the dog days of summer. So – around Halloween – it is as if Arcturus is a fainter ghost of the summer sun. At mid-northern latitudes, Arcturus now ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—Oct. 30, As Halloween approaches,

EarthSky Tonight—Oct. 30, As Halloween approaches, find the Ghoul Star of Perseus

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org As Halloween approaches, try looking for the star Beta Persei, otherwise known as Algol in the constellation Perseus. This star’s proper name comes from the Arabic for head of the ghoul, or head of the demon. This star is known to vary in brightness over a regular time interval. The cycle lasts exactly 2 days, 20 hours and 49 minutes. All the while, the star remains visible to the eye. Algol’s brightness variations are ... Full Story

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