Fireflies in Multitudes Signal Their Desires
As the sun sets on the warmest nights of summer the air becomes alive with blinking lights.
A Frenzy of Cherry Blossoms
Photogenic alleés may attract crowds, but discover trees throughout the city in less-trafficked spots.
Water on the Street Forms Chasms of Unfathomable Depth
As our city has grown, so have its puddles thanks to the expanse of concrete leaving water with nowhere to go.
The Great Dog of Winter Is a Beacon in the Night Sky
Even where light pollution shrouds most constellations from view, Sirius—the brightest star in our night sky—is especially visible in winter.