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301 A Brighter Now Ezra Koch
302 Board Out of His Mind Linda Koffman
303 Food & Wine GT_Staff
304 La Bahia Elizabeth Limbach
305 Welcome to the Year of the Rabbit Kim Luke
306 Health + Fitness GT_Staff
307 Making the Homeless Count Elizabeth Limbach
308 In Search of Charlie Chan Geoffrey Dunn
309 Great Shot Christa Martin
310 And The Nextie Goes To
311 Heal Thyself Kim Luke
312 The Tiki King J. D. Ramey
313 Year in Review Kim Luke
314 The Holiday Spirit J.D. Ramey
315 Smells Like Teen Spirit
316 In the Field Tom Honig
317 The Forgotten Epidemic Joseph Eliott
318 Community Fund GTWebmaster
319 Bill Says the Darnedest Things Damon Orion
320 Baseball By The Beach Randall Brown
321 Morton Marcus Lives On GTWebmaster
322 Food & Wine GTWebmaster
323 In School & War Elizabeth Limbach
324 Get Loopy
325 Art & Soul GTWebmaster
326 Full Stream Ahead Jenna Brogan
327 Fall Home & Garden GTWebmaster
328 esalen Greg Archer
329 Everything’s ZEN Damon Orion
330 Journeys with Geneen Greg Archer
331 I Gotta Feeling Damon Orion
332 Garbage Patch Kids Elizabeth Limbach
333 It Takes A Tribe: STS9
334 Fall Fashion Trends Christa Martin and Leslie Patrick
335 Meet the Bouncers J.D. Ramey
336 Spine Time Leslie Patrick
337 Restorative Justice John Malkin
338 {second} Night Life J.D. Ramey
339 Mid-Summer Reads GTWebmaster
340 More Than Numbers Elizabeth Limbach
341 2012 Damon Orion
342 Q & A Water Ways Amy Coombs
343 The Taoist Way Leslie Patrick
344 ECO Patriots GTWebmaster
345 Tracking the Trade of Rare Meat Amy Coombs
346 Wheel Power Karen Kefauver
347 Take 9 GTWebmaster
348 Best of Santa Cruz 2010 GTWebmaster
349 The Best of Santa Cruz County GTWebmaster
350 Our Ocean Sanctuary Tom Honig
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Mercury Direct in Libra, Columbus Day, Libra New Moon

Mercury completes its retrograde Friday, poised stationary direct Friday evening at zero degrees Libra. Mercury begins its journey through Libra once again, completing its retrograde shadow Oct. 12. Things should be a bit less complicated by then. Daily life works better, plans move forward, large purchases can be made, and communication eases. Everything on hold during the retrograde is slowly released. Since we eliminated all thoughts and ideas no longer needed (the purpose of Mercury’s retrograde) during the retrograde, we can now gather new information—until the next retrograde occurs on Jan. 5, 2016 (1.3 degrees Aquarius), retrograding back to 15 degrees Capricorn on Jan. 25. It’s good to know beforehand when Mercury will retrograde next—Jan. 5, the day before Epiphany. On Monday is Columbus Day, when the sailor from Genoa arrived in the new lands (Americas), Oct. 12, 1492. This discovery by Columbus was the first encounter of Europeans with Native Americans. Other names for this day are “Discovery Day, Day of the Americas, Cultural Diversity Day, Indigenous People’s Day, and Dia de la Raza.” Italian communities especially celebrate this day. Oct. 12 is also Thanksgiving Day in Canada. Monday is also the (19 degrees) Libra new moon festival. Libra’s keynote while building the personality is, “Let choice be made.” Libra is the sign of making life choices. Often under great tension of opposing forces seeking harmony and balance. There is a battle between our lower (personality) and higher selves (soul). We are tested and called to cultivate right judgment and love. When we align with the will-to-good, right choice, then right judgment and love/wisdom come forth. Our tasks in Libra. 


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