By Vladimir Brezina
I mean, of course, the ancient turn of the year, the Winter Solstice—not that newfangled, artificial New Year on January 1st.
The Winter Solstice occurs today, December 21st, at 6:03 PM EST (New York time). This year, especially, we look forward to the days finally getting longer…
… and we are still waiting for our first real snowstorm, which at least for a day or two makes everything brighter :-)
Happy Winter Solstice from us in NYC!