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Your Guide To Watching The Great American Eclipse

The Great American Eclipse is headed our way Monday, and though we're not getting the full experience like those lucky folk from Oregon to South Carolina, here in La Belle NYC the moon will cover 71 percent of the sun at the eclipse's peak. And that's not nothing! So what should New Yorkers expect on Monday? What time will the Demons of Darkness come down to eat men? How do we keep our eye
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