A Place To Explore: Military Aviation Museum
Home to one of the largest privately-owned collections of World War I and World War II era warplanes, the Military Aviation Museum is a history buff’s playground. Located about 30 minutes from campus, owners and founders Gerald and Elaine Yagen have cultivated a collection of aircraft that the couple has restored to their former glory. In addition to multiple hangars and areas of interest, the museum also has the very first British base turned over to American air forces known as USAAF Station F-345 Goxhill. For more information including ticket prices and plane rides, visit www.militaryaviationmuseum.org.
A Show To Binge: “Behind Her Eyes”
Netflix’s “Behind Her Eyes” is the psychological thriller you’ve been waiting for. Based on a novel of the same name by Sarah Pinborough, this adaption follows the life of a single mom who begins an affair with her psychiatrist boss while also befriending his mysterious wife. With only six one-hour long episodes, this is the perfect show to binge over the weekend. The ending will leave viewers shocked and wanting more.
A Book To Read: “All The Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr
Set during World War II in German-occupied France, “All The Light We Cannot See” is a breathtaking, hauntingly beautiful story about a blind French girl named Marie-Laure and an orphaned German boy named Werner whose paths cross despite the odds. Anthony Doerr has carefully crafted this novel to evoke the most intimate of emotions from the reader as they are led through the town of Saint Malo, France from alternating perspectives. This book is a must read for any fan of historical fiction.
By Faith Macwana