- VSU Opera Presents Acis and Galatea Jan. 23-24
- Polyphemus, the giant son of Poseidon and Thoosa and one of the Cyclops described in Homer's Odyssey, loves her, too. In a jealous rage, he hurls a boulder at Acis and mortally wounds him. Galatea responds by using her magic powers to change her dead ...
- Electric Skiff Project at Calvert Marine Museum
- What would happen if you took a traditional wooden skiff and added a cutting-edge electric motor? The Patuxent Small Craft Guild (PSCG) volunteers at the Calvert Marine Museum, a group of mostly retired men with a common interest in wooden boats, ...
- The King William's College quiz 2014
- Which two ladies fought, first with pistols and then with swords, in Hyde Park? What agent eradicated the Candorians? Which eruption was probably witnessed by Columbus?
- Torqeedo Travel 1003 Electric Outboard: Banishing the Fumes
- After a whiff of gas from an outboard engine sends this experienced circumnavigator in search of electric power, he files this report on his experiences with one model, the Torqeedo Travel 1003. Sail Green: Product Review from our December 2012 issue.
- Discoverer of Neptune's New Moon likes 'Polyphemus' for a Name
- Showalter told PBS he's keen on the name Polyphemus, referring to the Cyclops -- son of Thoosa, a mythical sea nymth, and Poseidon, the Greek sea god. In Homer's epic poem the Odyssey, Polyphemus traps Odysseus and 12 of his crew in a cave on the ...
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