People from far and wide are expected to be traveling through the Tristate to get a better, closer and more perfect view of the total solar eclipse. INDOT has some important info that you must read if you or someone you know is traveling in, around or to Hopkinsville, KY on Aug 21st.
A little bird told me that we are supposed to have an influx of people coming to the tristate this weekend. There's an eclipse or something going on.
Usually, we can pop into any given restaurant and the wait isn't more than a half-hour or so. But, this weekend might be different. So, whether you are coming into the tri-state from out-of-town or you are considered a "local" (I've never b
Everyone is so excited about the total solar eclipse happening on August, 21st and getting the perfect pic. Remember, the last time a TSE happened over the United States was 100 years ago. No info coming at you from Twitter, Facebook, and NO smartphones to take pics. So, in the age of hand held photo convenience, can you take a pic of the eclipse without hurting your phone? We found the answer!
The entire country is super excited about the total solar eclipse happening on Monday, August, 21st!! But, is it really THAT exciting, is it a unique once in a lifetime event? Not, really. Let NASA explain.
The big solar eclipse is happening next Monday, and people from all over the country are flocking to the tri-state area so they can get as close as possible to the Path of Totality, so they can really see this spectacle! Some people are even paying upwards of $800!