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CANCER: October 8-14 Wednesday, October 8
Three times a week, I hike along a rough path through an oak forest. It’s rough because it’s strewn with loose rocks. If I don’t watch the ground, I’m constantly turning my ankles. Or at least that was the case until last week. For two days, with the help of a rake, I cleared many of those bothersome obstacles off the trail.
GEMINI: October 8-14 Wednesday, October 8
Learn more in the next eight months than you’ve ever learned in a comparable period. Make a list of all the subjects you’d love to study and all the skills you’d love to master, then devise a plan to gather the educational experiences with which you reinvent yourself. Turn your curiosity on full-blast and go in quest of revelations, insights and epiphanies, smashing through limits of understanding as you explore frontiers of sweet knowledge.
TAURUS: October 8-14 Wednesday, October 8
In her poem Advice to Myself, Louise Erdrich speaks of the human heart as “that place you don’t even think of cleaning out. That closet stuffed with savage mementos.” Use her observations as a prod. Now’s an excellent time to purge savage mementos from your heart, and clean the whole place up. You don’t have to get all OCD about it. No need to scour and scrub until it’s spotless. Even a half-hearted effort will set promising transformations in motion.
ARIES: October 8-14 Wednesday, October 8
Situation No. 1: If you meet resistance or doubt, say: “Ha! This diversion can’t slow me down, because I am in possession of an invisible magical sword!” Then take a few charismatic swipes with your sword to show you mean business. Situation No. 2:
COLOR OF REVENGE Wednesday, October 8
The indie movie "Blue Ruin" is creative suspense thriller
TONAL VISION Wednesday, October 8
Legendary avant-garde composer Phill Niblock brings his multimedia experience to 5 Points
COLOR CLASH Wednesday, October 8
The charm of this latest kid flick quickly fades
MISSING PERSONS Wednesday, October 8
David Fincher's latest mystery loses its way
DEVIL'S ADVOCATE Wednesday, October 8
Back in the mid-90s, there was a vibrant underground scene in Jacksonville. Well, as underground as it can get in this Northeast Florida burg we call home. Dante’s Inferno, Spike’s Dog …
PERCUSSION DISCUSSION Wednesday, October 8
Journeyman jazz drummer John Betsch comes home to Northeast Florida for a very special gig
 
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