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Nov 1st The new James S. McDonnell Space Hanger of the Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-hazy Center is scheduled to open. <http://www.nasm.si.edu/events/eventDetail.cfm?eventID=235>
Nov 2nd DAY OF THE DEAD: Mexico. To Nov. 2 This celebration of the dead is actually two days: the first on All Saint's Day is dedicated to the souls of children who have died, while All Soul's Day is for the spirits of the adult dead.
Nov 3rd Just recently New York Subway system celebrated te 100th anniversary. Now take a look at the abandoned Subway systems.Click Here
Nov 4th SPRUCE GOOSE FLIGHT: 57th anniversary On November 2, 1947, Howard Hughes flew the Spruce Goose, the largest aircraft ever built, on its first and only flight.
Nov 5th TOKYO
MOTOR SHOW: Tokyo, Japan. To Nov. 7. Over 1.4 million people attend this
annual new car show organized by the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Assn.
Nov 9th ARE YOU GAME? Check out this great website for games just in time for the holiday season. Listen all week for your chance to win from K95.5 and ARE YOU GAME.COM
Nov 10th Veterns Day! Today is Veterns Day and see the official page!
Nov 11th Just Coffee Art Andrew Saur and Angel Sarkela are indeed using the blessed brew to create lovely sepia-toned watercolor images. They’re already had several successful shows – at coffeehouses
Nov 15th GasGames
We’re always up for a little fun online, and this site has a nice collection of online games that rely on an understanding of gravity (a la "Tetris") or gas behaviors to work.
Nov 16th Postcards
from the Attic
The proprietor of this site comes from a family that was pretty serious about keeping in touch, apparently; his father handed over “several hundred” cards sent between 1900 and 1910 between various relatives, and seeing that they’re both fascinating and in the public domain, he’s scanned them and put them online for your edification and use.
Nov 17th Stupid Security
For every traveler who’s had to guess what exactly will annoy the guards at any given airport X-ray machine , this site is most definitely for you. This blog collects stories from all over of nonsensical, ineffectual, or simply dumb “security measures” in place
Nov 18th The American Cancer Society (ACS) holds the Great American Smokeout® each November to help smokers quit cigarettes for at least one day, in hopes they will quit forever. This year's event will be held on November 18, 2004.
Nov 19th Makeover
Brace yourself, close your eyes and prepare to get your hair chopped off. You'll have it dyed blue and your eyes will be orange with the click of a mouse. Don't be afraid to make the change. This makeover is just virtual.
Nov 22nd CelebSafari
Normally we don’t seek out celebrity photos, but this site eschews the work of the professional paparazzi, showing regular folks (some of them behind-the-scenes industry workers, some not) who have managed to get their photos snapped with people you’d probably recognize.
Nov 23rd Console
Dale Hansen and his merry band have cooked up a great resource center for everyone who fondly remembers a now-defunct gaming system, or who’s waiting for the new Sony PSP or Nintendo DS to debut. There’s info on over 60 consoles past and present.
Nov 24th Butterball For 50 Years it's been Butterball check this site to plan your holiday dinner!
Nov 26th BestDietForMe
Let’s try something different this year: Instead of getting to January 1 and glumly resolving to lose the weight, how about we decide right here, in November. Kick-start the effort by visiting this nifty site, which asks you a few questions and returns not only suggestions on which programs might suit you but plenty of unbiased info on those programs’ strengths and weaknesses.
Nov 29th Shipwreck
The mystery and romance of shipwrecks without the bad karma of disturbing these underwater gravesites – it’s all here at Eco-Nova’s exceedingly cool site.
Dec 1st Attack
of the Mutant Artificial Trees
A very silly (yet simple and appealing) game, brought to you by the folks who’d like you to consider buying a real grown-in-the-ground Christmas tree this year. Your job is to throw snowballs at the grumblesome, threatening artificial trees while not plastering the ever-so-chipper Christmas elf scampering around the field of fire
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