Evolution of the NYC Subway
Who needs interchangeable lenses when one pair of glasses can do it all?
Smith Optics, Oakley, and other sunglass manufacturers have done a great job recently building excellent shades with interchangeable lens options. It’s a…
Shot across Transitions’ bow.
This Is Why We Don’t Have Google X Hoverboards Yet
CHRIS GAYOMALI, fastcompany.com
Yes, Google X tried to design a hoverboard.
If Back to the Future has taught us anything, it’s that hoverboards are amazing, and it is one of 2014’s inexcusable tragedies that they are not yet real.
Which isn’t to say that some very smar…
The outermost reaches of the Solar System, the Oort cloud and its size
Potentiall Hazardous Asteroids: A map of all known asteroids at least 140m across
Daniel Parry, navy.mil
Navy researchers demonstrate proof-of-concept in first flight of an internal combustion powered model aircraft fueled by a novel gas-to-liquid process that uses seawater as carbon feedstock. Read more…
Not content with perhaps the biggest scientific discovery of the decade, scientists at the Large Hadron Collide continue to search for new particles—and now they’ve found one that seems to be an entirely…
“Spartacus” premieres at West Side Theater in true open-night form on June 14, 1961. Klieg lights swept the sky over theater and television and radio broadcast covered first-nighters’ arrival. Featured in colorful activities outside theater were Keystoners Drum and Bugle Corps from Milton, shown here going through drill routine under the marquee. Times Tribune Archives
With the news of a new future for the former Moonshine theater on Adams Ave, got me thinking about another one of Scranton former great theater’s that was redeveloped. The theater is the West Side Theater that open in November 1, 1926.