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101 Silent Dilemma Andrea Wachter
102 CYNDI Greg Archer
103 The Plug Bug & Corbin Dunn Joel Hersch
104 Out on a Limb Elizabeth Limbach
105 Free Angela Greg Archer
106 Beck to the Future Damon Orion
107 Spirit Weavers Geoffrey Dunn
108 Knowing the NEXTies Jenna Brogan
109 Best of Santa Cruz County GT_Staff
110 Best Shops GT_Staff
111 Best Food & Drink GT_Staff
112 Best Arts & Entertainment GT_Staff
113 Best of Health & Fitness GT_Staff
114 Best Professionals GT_Staff
115 Best of the Rest GT_Staff
116 Breaking the Silence Elizabeth Limbach
117 The Reality of Crime Joel Hersch
118 Caught in the Web Norman Solomon
119 Spring Home & Garden GT_Staff
120 Why Can’t the U.S. Move Forward? Ted Rall
121 Derby Girls Get it Done Kim Luke
122 The WOO Way Jenna Brogan
123 The 2013 Health Issue Elizabeth Limbach
124 Divine M Greg Archer
125 Girl Power Greg Archer
126 Friggin’ Joy J.D. Ramey
127 What’s Blood Got To Do With It? Jenna Brogan
128 Love In A Snap Charlie Price
129 The Future Of Farming Elizabeth Limbach
130 Kundalini Rising Damon Orion
131 A New Year Of Happy Jenna Brogan
132 Bright Ideas for 2013 Greg Archer
133 Here Comes the Sun King Damon Orion
134 Ebb & Flow Elizabeth Limbach
135 Meeting Maya Greg Archer
136 Dream Team Joel Hersch
137 Community Fund GT_Staff
138 William’s Westside Elizabeth Limbach
139 Good Egg Jenna Brogan
140 Election Guide 2012 GT_Staff
141 Shots of War Greg Archer
142 Michael Pollan Greg Archer
143 Vote for Bill Greg Archer
144 Frosty Geoffrey Dunn
145 Fall Home & Garden GT_Staff
146 What the Fash? Kim Luke
147 Please Stand By Jenna Brogan
148 The Art of Awareness Damon Orion
149 Putting the "U" Back in Tourist Kim Luke
150 Santa Cruz Was In His Heart Geoffrey Dunn
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Week of Festivals: Full Moon, Lantern Festival, Purim, Holi

It is a week of many different festivals along with a full moon, all occurring simultaneously. Thursday Chinese New Year celebrations end with the Lantern Festival (at full moon). Thursday is also the Pisces Solar festival (full moon), Purim (Jewish Festival) and Holi (Hindu New Year Festival). Sunday, March 8, Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 a.m. The festival of Purim celebrates the freedom of the Hebrew people from the cruel Haman (a magistrate) seeking to destroy them. Esther, the Queen of Persia, who was secretly Jewish, saved her people from death. The sweet cookie hamentaschen celebrates this festival. Friday, March 6, is Holi, the Hindu Spring Festival celebrated after the March full moon. Bonfires are lit the night before, warding off evil. Holi, the Festival of Colors, is the most colorful festival in the world. It is also the Festival of Love—of Radha for Krishna (the blue-colored God). It is a spring festival with singing, dancing, carnivals, food and bhang, a drink made of cannabis leaves. Holi signifies good over evil, ridding oneself of past errors, ending conflicts through rapprochement (returning to each other). It is a day of forgiveness, including debts. Holi also marks the beginning of New Year. At the Pisces Solar festival we recite the seed thought, “We leave the Father’s home and, turning back, we save.” Great Teachers remain on Earth until all of humanity is enlightened. The New Group of World Servers is called to this task and sacrifice. Sacrifice (from the heart) is the first Law of the Soul, the heart of which is Love. This sacrifice saves the world.


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