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SCORPIO: July 9-15 Tuesday, July 8
  While in Chicago to do a series of shows, comedian Groucho Marx was invited to a séance. He decided to go even though he was skeptical. Incense burned. The lights dimmed. The trance …
NAZIS, ART AND FILM Wednesday, August 20
Real and fictional battles over priceless artwork
LIBRA: September 24-30 Wednesday, September 24
“I am a seed about to break,” wrote Sylvia Plath in her poem “Three Women.” That’s how I see you. You’re teeming with buoyant energy that throbs when a seed’s ready to sprout. You’ve been biding your time, gathering nourishment, waiting for the right circumstances to burst open with your new flavor. That nervous, hopeful, ecstatic moment is about to arrive. Be brave!
SCORPIO: September 24-30 Wednesday, September 24
The English verb “cicurate” is defined as “to tame or domesticate” or “to make mild or innocuous.” It once had an additional sense: “to reclaim from wildness.” It was derived from the Latin word cicurare, which meant “to bring back from madness, to draw out of the wilderness.” Make cicurate your theme now, concentrating on these definitions: “to reclaim from wildness, to bring back from madness, to draw out of the wilderness.”
SAGITTARIUS: September 24-30 Wednesday, September 24
“You can exert no influence if you are not susceptible to influence,” said psychologist Carl Jung. Extrapolating from that, we can hypothesize the more willing and able you are to be influenced, the greater your influence might be.
ROCKIN' MESSIAH Wednesday, July 9
Prominent theoretical chemist David Glowacki was ejected from a classical music concert at England's Bristol Old Vic in June for disrupting a performance of Handel's "Messiah." He was trying to crowd-surf in front of the stage. Dr. Glowacki, an …
CAPRICORN: September 24-30 Wednesday, September 24
Congratulations. Your current dilemmas are more useful and interesting than any you’ve had for a long time. If you can even partially solve them, the changes set in motion will improve your entire life, not just the circumstances they immediately affect.
CULTURAL DIVERSITY Wednesday, July 9
A formal-dress rental store in Fukui, Japan, with a side business making keepsake portraits of brides, was surprised at the number of men who requested a similar service — to be outfitted just like the women, in wedding gowns and other frills, …
RON JOHNSON’S BOOK OF FOLK Wednesday, August 27
From one looney to another, a look at North Florida’s rich folk history
AQUARIUS: September 24-30 Wednesday, September 24
Alan Moore, the British author who wrote the graphic novels Watchmen and V for Vendetta, is nearing completion of Jerusalem, a novel he’s been writing for six years. It’ll be more than a million words, almost twice that of Tolstoy’s War and Peace, and 200,000 words more than the Bible. “Any editor worth their salt would tell me to cut two-thirds of this book,” Moore told the New Statesman, “but that’s not going to happen.”
 
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