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51 The Maestra Returns Christina Waters
52 Static Age Steve Palopoli
53 Weird that Works Liza Monroy, Anne-Marie Harrison
54 What Smells? Science! Hanae Armitage, Anne-Marie Harrison, Maria Grusauskas
55 Re-thinking the Future of Santa Cruz Aric Sleeper
56 The Comedy Renaissance DNA and Jacob Pierce
57 The End is Coming Sven Davis
58 The Player Christina Waters
59 Picnics & Politics Cat Johnson and Jacob Pierce
60 What’s Next for the NEXTIES? Steve Palopoli, Georgia Perry, Jacob Pierce
61 American Music Geoffrey Dunn
62 A Long Way from Opportunity Georgia Perry
63 Control Issues John Malkin
64 Best of Santa Cruz County 2014 GT_Staff
65 Best of Santa Cruz The Rest GT_Staff
66 Best of Santa Cruz Arts and Entertainment GT_Staff
67 Best of Santa Cruz Food and Drink GT_Staff
68 Best of Santa Cruz Health and Fitness GT_Staff
69 Best of Santa Cruz Shops GT_Staff
70 Best of Santa Cruz Critics' Picks GT_Staff
71 Best of Santa Cruz Pros GT_Staff
72 Growing Hope Elizabeth Limbach
73 Printer's Devil Geoffrey Dunn and Christina Waters
74 Orthorexia Andrea Wachter 
75 Compost: Recycling's Last Frontier Elizabeth Limbach
76 The Gen X/Gen Y Generation Gap Ted Rail
77 Hope Amidst Ruin Greg Archer
78 11 Things You Should Know About Steve Martin Greg Archer
79 Water, Water, Water Jessica M. Pasko
80 One Year Later Joel Hersch
81 Bigger, Bolder, Louder Elizabeth Limbach
82 Tales of the Vine Damon Orion
83 Surveillance City? John Malkin
84 Best Shot Greg Archer
85 Big Data Joel Hersch
86 Growing Pains Joel Hersch
87 Back in the Black Aric Sleeper
88 Lunch Time Greg Archer
89 All Booked Up Jenna Brogan
90 Civinomics Rising Joel Hersch
91 The Ladies at Eighty Jessica M. Pasko
92 Community Fund Joel Hersch
93 The Dirty Dozen Sasha Abramsky
94 The Science of Happiness Amy Klein
95 Mountains Were Here Greg Archer
96 Saving Paradise Elizabeth Limbach
97 Infected Jenna Brogan
98 GLOW Joel Hersch
99 George Ow’s Chinatown Geoffrey Dunn
100 Courage Under Bombs John Malkin
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Pluto Retrograde, Aries New Moon, Lyrid Meteor Showers

As the Lyrid meteors, radiating from the star Vega in the Harp constellation, begin showering heaven and earth with light, Pluto, planet of transformation (or die) turns stationary retrograde (Thursday, April 16), 15 degrees Capricorn. Retrogrades have purpose, allowing humanity time to review, reassess, research and reinvent while returning to previous situations. Retrogrades are times of inner activity, seeds sown in bio-dynamically prepared soil. Pluto retrograde is the most serious and resolute of retrogrades—a pure tincture, or, as in homeopathy, a “constitutional” touching the essences of all that matters. Pluto offers deep insight into confusion or puzzlement and areas where transformation is still incomplete. It’s valuable to have one’s astrology chart to follow what area of life the major planets— especially Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto—are influencing. These outer planets have long-term and lasting effects on our psyche, inner/outer life events, how people see us and how we see and process our world. Pluto, retrograde for five months (until Sept. 24) offers deep earthquakes of change, awakens humanity to the task of building (Capricorn) the new culture and civilization, flailing our inner world about, deepening us until we transform and do things differently. Pluto is an unrelenting teacher. New moon (29 Aries) is Saturday, April 18. With the personality-building keynote, “Let form again be sought.” Mars anchors the new creative fires of Aries into our world. The New Group of World Servers participates together in the new moon festival, while also preparing for the Taurus Wesak, Buddha Full Moon Festival (May 3). Join us everyone.


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