What are you doing at 7:11 pm Sunday? Watching the supermoon lunar eclipse, I’m sure. The last one was in 1982 and the next one won’t be until 2033, so you don’t want to miss this one, baby.
A supermoon happens when the full moon is closest to the earth, so it looks 14 percent bigger. Sunday we will also see the moon turn a rare shade of red because of the lunar eclipse. This happens when the earth sits between the full moon and the sun. The Earth’s shadow, which often has a red glow, covers the moon, hence the “blood moon” nickname.
East siders can head to the Italian American Club and west siders can go to the Tap House because they will be serving special Bloody Marys for the event. See you in the parking lot!
P.S. Mark Giovi is performing in the Lounge at the Italian American Club…FREE. Two shows in one!
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