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Domenica
Domenica
Domenica

PICTURES OF THE WEEK: Domenica del Corriere was an Italian weekly newspaper which ran from 1899 to 1989. It came out every Sunday free with Corriere della Sera, but was also sold separately. Famous for its cover art -- examples of which, above -- its issues are still avidly collected.



This week at Saturday Night Uforia:
Saucer SummerSaucer Summer Reading Fest

PART SEVEN -- Honoring a mid-20th-century American tradition of lazy days of summer reading, a selection of some of the most intriguing -- or infuriating -- writings from the golden age of saucer-sighting.

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Coming 09:05:15
Saucer SummerSaucer Summer Reading Fest

PART EIGHT -- Honoring a mid-20th-century American tradition of lazy days of summer reading, a selection of some of the most intriguing -- or infuriating -- writings from the golden age of saucer-sighting.


Coming 09:12:15
Saucer SummerSaucer Summer Reading Fest

PART NINE -- Honoring a mid-20th-century American tradition of lazy days of summer reading, a selection of some of the most intriguing -- or infuriating -- writings from the golden age of saucer-sighting.


Coming 09:19:15
Saucer SummerSaucer Summer Reading Fest

PART TEN -- Honoring a mid-20th-century American tradition of lazy days of summer reading, a selection of some of the most intriguing -- or infuriating -- writings from the golden age of saucer-sighting.


Coming 09:26:15 - 10:24:15
Saucer SummerSaucer Summer Reading Fest

PARTS ELEVEN THROUGH FOURTEEN -- Honoring a mid-20th-century American tradition of lazy days of summer reading, a selection of some of the most intriguing writings from the golden age of saucer-sighting.


Coming 11:07:15
MeteorSpotlight 1952: Anatomy of a Hoax

PART TWELVE -- All successful hoaxes have had certain elements in common, starting with the hoaxster's ability to beguile and deceive. But the most important factor of all may be the need to believe.


Coming 11:14:15
B. BunnySpotlight 1952: Anatomy of a Hoax

PART THIRTEEN -- All successful hoaxes have had certain elements in common, starting with the hoaxster's ability to beguile and deceive. But the most important factor of all may be the need to believe.


Coming 11:21:15
AdamskiSpotlight 1952: Anatomy of a Hoax

PART FOURTEEN -- All successful hoaxes have had certain elements in common, starting with the hoaxster's ability to beguile and deceive. But the most important factor of all may be the need to believe.






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