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  • Take a private cruise for two in an authentic Venetian gondola through Irving's Mandalay Canals and on Lake Carolyn. Follow Italian tradition and kiss under each quaint bridge as you are serenaded by your gondolier. Many have used this ultra-romantic experience to pop the question and put a ring on it. Or...plan a getaway to the lushly landscaped Las Colinas Resort, book a date night package at the Texican Court, or feel the love all along the Irving Love on the Run Marathon, 10K and 5K routes on Feb. 18 at the Toyota Music Factory.
  • In case you have not yet addressed the fallen leaves that lay scattered across the ground, you are in luck. Procrastination of leaf removal benefits small wildlife and the soil. According to the National Wildlife Federation, leaves provide a natural habitat for butterflies, salamanders, chipmunks, box turtles, toads, shrews, and earthworms. Raking leaves disrupts their living conditions.
  • The Second Saturday program set for February 11 at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge Visitors Center will feature Rick Lynn discussing the geology and aquifers of Grayson County.
  • The Albuquerque Film + Music Experience teams up with Filmmakers for Ukraine to Raise Funds for Filmmakers and Artists Impacted by the War
  • In the skies above a distant world orbits the Space Station Athens. Aboard this vessel, drama is afoot: Lysander and Demetrius both love Hermia, leaving her best friend Helena feeling betrayed and alone.

  • 1958 – A hydrogen bomb known as the Tybee Bomb is lost by the US Air Force off the coast of Savannah, Georgia, never to be recovered. The Tybee Island mid-air collision was an incident on February 5, 1958, in which the United States Air Force lost a 7,600-pound (3,400 kg) Mark 15 nuclear bomb in the waters off Tybee Island near Savannah, Georgia, United States. During a practice exercise, an F-86 fighter plane collided with the B-47 bomber carrying the bomb. To protect the aircrew from a possible detonation in the event of a crash, the bomb was jettisoned. Following several unsuccessful searches, the bomb was presumed lost somewhere in Wassaw Sound off the shores of Tybee Island.