On this opening day, Bravehearts pitcher Jack Choate took to the mound and fired the first pitch to open a season of possibilities. As life returns to our new version of normal, baseball is still here and still going strong.
TRAUMA HEALERS features Chuck Biggers’ images of SIGN Fracture Care International bringing orthopedic care to trauma patients in 54 countries.
Needing a break from the four walls closing in? How about heading out to a fairyland ice castle in the middle of a New Hampshire Farm. Talk about transporting to another world in the fresh, wide-open spaces of North Woodstock. You expect to see the Elves from Lord of the Rings.
In the 18 weeks since we started this new reality, I have missed live music almost more than sports. When I heard that my friend Frank Manzi was going to play outdoors in the Berkshires, I decided to take a ride to see if it was going to work. And I can emphatically say that yes it did.
As football and hockey teams prepare for a fanless experience, in New England, something approaching a return to normalcy — socially distanced and face-mask-wearing normalcy, naturally — is happening. Since June 2, the Futures Collegiate Baseball League, now in its 10th season, has been holding games, with a reduced number of fans in the seats, in six venues from New Britain, Connecticut to Nashua, New Hampshire.
As of June 2020, NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory — SDO — has now been watching the Sun non-stop for over a full decade. Compiling one photo every hour, the movie condenses a decade of the Sun into 61 minutes.
The launch on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, at 4:32pm, marks NASA’s first manned mission from the Space Coast of Florida since the Space Shuttle Atlantis returned to earth on August 31, 2011.
What a great story in today’s New York Post showing how time has created fascinating ruins that today’s technology can bring back to life.
After a record-setting 328-day stay on the International Space Station (ISS), NASA astronaut Christina Koch left the station via space capsule, made it through the fiery reentry through Earth’s atmosphere, and landed on a bed of snow in the frigid Kazakhstani desert.
Frank Manzi brought his music to the backyards and kitchens of his fans with concerts along the east coast in unique settings like Wayne and Tonja’s magic forest, their backyard piece of heaven. “Just to hear You Breathe” was breathtaking in the foothills of the Appalaichian Mountains along Moss Creek in Morganton, North Carolina