The full moon of Friday, Sept. 13 is followed by the autumnal equinox—a day with equal amounts of daylight and darkness—on Monday, Sept. 23. Traditionally, the equinox marks the calendar beginning of fall, though we have seen many seasonal changes already, with acorn-laden oaks and buckeye leaves dropping. The latest reminder of fall, besides the crispy . . .

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