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Taurid Meteor Shower Peaks This Weekend: Best Places To See Falling Stars
If you're looking to wish upon a shooting star, this is the weekend to do it.
The Northern Taurid — the second half of the Taurid Meteor Shower — peaks on Saturday, Nov. 11 and Sunday, Nov. 12, according to Space.com.
"These showers produce infrequent, slow and long-lasting meteors associated with comet Encke, a small comet with a nucleus measuring approximately 2.98 miles (4.8 km) in diameter," the website says.
Taurid meteors, or "Halloween Fireballs," are visible from anywhere on Earth, except for the South Pole.
"The best time to look for Taurids is after midnight, when Taurus i…
Recall Expands For Brand Of Mirrors Due To Laceration Hazard
IKEA is expanding a recall of a brand of mirrors due to a laceration hazard.
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the plastic fittings of the recalled IKEA LETTAN mirrors that attach to the wall can break, causing the mirror to fall, posing the risk of laceration to consumers.
The initial recall for about 22,400 mirrors was issued Thursday, March 16.
On Thursday, Nov. 9, IKEA announced another 14,600 mirrors are now being recalled.
The receive a refund, contact IKEA toll-free at 888-966-4532 from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or online at ikea.com/u…
Haven Hot Chicken To Celebrate Grand Opening Of 'Delicious, Convenient Spot' In CT
A popular eatery will soon bring its signature brand of hot fried chicken to a college campus in Connecticut.
Haven Hot Chicken, a franchise known for its Nashville Hot Chicken, will be opening its fifth location on Saturday, Nov. 18 in Storrs, Connecticut at 1206 Storrs Rd., which is within walking distance to the University of Connecticut's Storrs campus.
The 2,000-square-foot location will offer the franchise's signature menu of crispy fried chicken, fries, sides such as banana pudding or garlic dill pickles, and even vegetarian options such as the "Not Chicken Sandwich." …
Podcaster Alex Cooper Says Boston U Soccer Coach Left Her ‘Traumatized,’ ‘Scarred’
Alex Cooper, host and creator of the popular podcast “Call Her Daddy,” revealed she is working through a traumatic experience she had with a coach while playing soccer at Boston University.
In a profile interview with Cosmopolitan magazine, Cooper of Newtown, Pennsylvania, addresses the incident but would not go into detail or name the coach. Instead, the 29-year-old focused on healing, “which I’m proud of myself for.”
“Now that I’ve created this platform, I feel new wisdom in certain aspects of my life, from experience and therapy and people I surround myself with,” Cooper told the magazi…