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Offbeat 13 unexpected places where you can see the Northern Lights

18:41  08 october  2019
18:41  08 october  2019 Source:   loveexploring.com

Snowstorm hits northern Rocky Mountains; Montana gets brunt

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Where can you see the Northern Lights ? Which of these places is at the top of your aurora spotting bucket list? Note: there are many unexpected places globally to spot the aurora, however we have only mentioned locations with the best odds of sightings.

The Northern Lights are among the most spectacular sights you can see in your lifetime and Scandinavia is loaded with places to see them in February. If you want to see the Northern Lights this winter, head north to the Arctic Circle. It's up here, at around 66-69° North latitudes, where the

a boy and a girl posing for a picture: Both dad and daughter were shocked by Macyn’s newfound fame.© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Both dad and daughter were shocked by Macyn’s newfound fame.

A Missouri 7-year-old may just be the next musical sensation after a video of her rapping skills went viral.

Macyn McMillian, who goes by the rap name “Mac Sauce,” performed original lyrics to rapper 6ix9ine's "Stoopid" at back-to-school event in August. When her dad, Myron McMillian, posted the video to Twitter, it went viral.

Both dad and daughter, who live in Kansas City, Missouri, were shocked by Macyn’s newfound fame.

"It felt like more people now know me and like listening to my music, like even grown-ups, so I'm like, wow!" Macyn told InsideEdition.com

Pink liquid flows in Fortune Bay as cleanup of massive salmon die-off continues

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Catch the northern lights alongside thermal pool dips, polar bear sightings, and more at these locations across the world. In Churchill, Canada, you can watch the lights dance over a family of polar bears from the comfort of your mobile sleeper car. There’s even a chance to see them in the

The spectacular Northern Lights are a popular bucket list item -- and rightfully so. But there is one downside to scouting them out: seeing the Although it’s not generally associated with the Aurora Borealis, Ireland is one of the more unusual places where you can see lights , given its location.

McMillian said he’s known Macyn was musically talented since she was younger. She wrote her own lyrics to Cardi B’s "Bodak Yellow" when she was just 5 years old. She called it "Bodak Mac."

McMillian said that’s when he knew it was time to get Macyn in the studio.The pair both share a passion for music and artistry.

“She would be in the studio with me, she would be around me writing songs and all that,” the dad said.

McMillian said he was surprised when the video of her rapping went viral, but he knows his daughter has talent.

“I couldn’t believe it,” he said of the popularity of the video. “For other people to see what I see now, that’s what I really love.”

Lawsuit claims land in northern Alberta and Saskatchewan owed to Métis .
The lawsuit filed by Métis individuals and communities encompasses 120,000 square kilometres — most of which is in oil sands territory in northern Alberta and Saskatchewan. Tens of thousands of square kilometres of land in northern Alberta and Saskatchewan are owed to the Métis people, a lawsuit filed Wednesday in Saskatoon claims.The individuals and communities involved in the lawsuit said they are seeking redress for wrongfully being deprived of land dating back to the 1880s.

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