For the first time in 99 years, the moon cast a 70-mile wide shadow (i.e. a total solar eclipse) on Monday, August 21st…across the US. From west to east, hotels were booked and parties ensued along the path of “totality”. Everywhere else, people took to parks, parking lots and rooftops to witness the partial eclipse. If you were at Lincoln Center in NYC, you could witness a 71% eclipse …maybe while humming the iconic tune of Cat Stevens: Moon Shadow. I returned to Lincoln Center soon after the crowds were gone.