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beeradvocate.com — Despite being in the last state to legalize homebrewing, Huntsville’s long history with beer eventually prevailed, and today local taps pour a variety of locally born brews. *** I know we're shutting down in a few weeks but just ran across this in the Beer Advocate website today. ***
11.02.2017 1 comments From Max Kull
eyes.jpl.nasa.gov — Watch the great eclipse of August 21st, 2017, interactively! Pick your location on the Earth, scroll through time, and see if your view will be a partial eclipse (in the penumbra) or a total eclipse (in the umbra).
08.02.2017 1 comments From Max Kull
huntsville.org — Big Spring International Park lured settlers to Huntsville over 200 years ago, and the city has celebrated it ever since - growing up around this green space and preserving it for its citizens. The park plays host to numerous events, including Panoply Arts Festival, Concerts in the Park and any more…
03.11.2017 0 comments From General Lee
alapark.com — Monte Sano State Park is located near Huntsville in northeast Alabama. In Spanish, Monte Sano means “Mountain of Health.” In the late 1800s, visitors from across the United States came for “the season” to experience and enjoy Monte Sano’s fresh air, spectacular views and mineral springs.
03.11.2017 0 comments From General Lee
whcaa.org — William H. Councill High School Alumni Association
03.03.2017 0 comments From General Lee
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