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Be Careful! Fall is an intransitive verb. You can't say that someone 'falls' something. Don't say, for example, ' She screamed and fell the tray '. You say 'She screamed and dropped the tray'.

At a Los Angeles hospital in the 1920s, Alexandria is a child recovering from a broken arm. She befriends Roy Walker, a movie stunt man with legs paralyzed after a fall. At her request, Roy tells her an elaborate story about six men of widely varied backgrounds who are on a quest to kill a corrupt provincial governor. Between chapters of the story, Roy inveigles Alexandria to scout the hospital's pharmacy for morphine. As Roy's fantastic tale nears its end, Death seems close at hand. Written by <[email protected]>

We all enjoy the colors of autumn leaves. The changing fall foliage never fails to surprise and delight us. Did you ever wonder how and why a fall leaf changes color? Why a maple leaf turns bright red? Where do the yellows and oranges come from?

Watch the video below for a re-play or our live show, “Celebrating the September Equinox.” We share observatory views, courtesy of Slooh , plus interesting equinox facts and folklore.

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