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201 Breaking the Silence Elizabeth Limbach
202 The Reality of Crime Joel Hersch
203 Caught in the Web Norman Solomon
204 Spring Home & Garden GT_Staff
205 Why Can’t the U.S. Move Forward? Ted Rall
206 Derby Girls Get it Done Kim Luke
207 The WOO Way Jenna Brogan
208 The 2013 Health Issue Elizabeth Limbach
209 Divine M Greg Archer
210 Girl Power Greg Archer
211 Friggin’ Joy J.D. Ramey
212 What’s Blood Got To Do With It? Jenna Brogan
213 Love In A Snap Charlie Price
214 The Future Of Farming Elizabeth Limbach
215 Kundalini Rising Damon Orion
216 A New Year Of Happy Jenna Brogan
217 Bright Ideas for 2013 Greg Archer
218 Here Comes the Sun King Damon Orion
219 Ebb & Flow Elizabeth Limbach
220 Meeting Maya Greg Archer
221 Dream Team Joel Hersch
222 Community Fund GT_Staff
223 William’s Westside Elizabeth Limbach
224 Good Egg Jenna Brogan
225 Election Guide 2012 GT_Staff
226 Shots of War Greg Archer
227 Michael Pollan Greg Archer
228 Vote for Bill Greg Archer
229 Frosty Geoffrey Dunn
230 Fall Home & Garden GT_Staff
231 What the Fash? Kim Luke
232 Please Stand By Jenna Brogan
233 The Art of Awareness Damon Orion
234 Putting the "U" Back in Tourist Kim Luke
235 Santa Cruz Was In His Heart Geoffrey Dunn
236 Quantum Fashion Greg Archer
237 The Fate of Organics Elizabeth Limbach
238 Mi Vida Loca Jenna Brogan
239 Let’s Hear it for the Girls Jenna Brogan
240 Game Face Greg Archer
241 Finding Hope in Harvest April M. Short
242 Fringe Kim Luke
243 The Boardwalk Empire Geofrey Dunn
244 The Marvels Around Us Geoffrey Dunn
245 Jonathan Franzen Greg Archer
246 Beyond Black Rock City Elizabeth Limbach
247 Top Chef Jenna Brogan
248 Summering Kim Luke
249 Green Pages GT_Staff
250 Santa Cruz Film Festival Greg Archer
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Monday, Feb. 8, is Aquarius new moon (19 degrees) and Chinese New Year of the Red Fire Monkey (an imaginative, intelligent and vigilant creature). Monkey is bright, quick, lively, quite naughty, clever, inquiring, sensible, and reliable. Monkey loves to help others. Often they are teachers, writers and linguists. They are very talented, like renaissance people. Leonardo Da Vinci was born in the year of Monkey. Monkey contains metal (relation to gold) and water (wisdom, danger). 2016 will be a year of finances. For a return on one’s money, invest in monkey’s ideas. Metal is related to wind (change). Therefore events in 2016 will change very quickly. We must ponder with care before making financial, business and relationship changes. Fortune’s path may not be smooth in 2016. Finances and business as usual will be challenged. Although we develop practical goals, the outcomes are different than hoped for. We must be cautious with investments and business partnership. It is most important to cultivate a balanced and harmonious daily life, seeking ways to release tension, pressure and stress to improve health and calmness. Monkey is lively, flexible, quick-witted, and versatile. Their gentle, honest, enchanting yet resourceful nature results often in everlasting love. Monkeys are freedom loving. Without freedom, Monkey becomes dull, sad and very unhappy. During the Spring and Autumn Period (770 - 476 BC), the Chinese official title of Marquis (noble person) was pronounced ‘Hou,’ the same as the pronunciation of ‘monkey’ in Chinese. Monkey was thereby bestowed with auspicious (favorable, fortunate) meaning. Monkey years are: 1920, 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016.  


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