There is a great deal of hype of late regarding this weekend's full moon -- the "Supermoon" as the media would have it. Of course, it this year's full moon closest to the moon's perigree, but that doesn't amount to a dramatically large full moon -- only 8% larger than normal. Supermoon? I think not.
This article at Sky and Telescope gives the numbers and cuts through the hype on the "Supermoon": http://www.skyandtelescope.com/news/home/150165245.html
For those interested in up-to-the-minute astronomical information that can be customized to your location, you should check the Heavens Above site: http://www.heavens-above.com/
The site provides not only information on the sun, moon, planets, and constellations, but also bright asteroids, comets, and even satellites! Enjoy!
The Moon. The lesser light for the night.