• July 31, 2006
    By webteam

    I'm away until August 12 or so, but email questions and I will answer when I'm back. Send me hilarious Mercury retrograde stories or stories about your passions -- particularly if you're a fire sign. Also, I'll be teaching at the Cambridge center in October, a one-day astrology/etc. workshop. I think that's it. I am ready for a vacation!

  • July 29, 2006
    By webteam

    Being a night person I seldom listened to WBCN back when their morning show reigned supreme in the area market, but whenever I caught up to him, Darrell Martinie was always an amusing presence on-air. Amusing with genuine depth because with astrology there’s always this tension between serious and pablum – "happy talk" and arcane technical babble.

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  • July 27, 2006
    By webteam

    Hi, Sally.
    > I just love reading your column. I find most of what
    > you say to be true and this week's blog about the
    > Mercury retrograde is especially fitting. I think I
    > was probably born during a Mercury retrograde period
    > (29 August 1977/2:45 PM/Warwick, RI) because I seem to
    > fit the profile. I am a pushover for an

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  • July 18, 2006
    By webteam

    Mercury continues to rise as Mercury retrogrades. Here’s what I’ve heard/read about this week: falling panels in the main Big Dig tunnel, blaming an administrator without finger-pointing at Bechtel, lost lottery tickets, appointments that don’t happen, directions that aren’t accurate as to mileage or direction, messages coming in late, going awry, almost locking the keys in the car, writing down the wrong number, writing down the wrong number by one digit, thinking of someone who lives 3000 miles away and the next day getting an email from her, confessing similar perplexity with Mercury retrograde.

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  • July 07, 2006
    By webteam

    Sally - I am a little confused at this week's column. For the daily of June 24 you say that decisions made probably won't last but for the 23 weekly you seem to say the opposite, that decisions made would be lasting. Am I reading something wrong? Once again I really enjoy your column. -- Paulette

    Hi Paulette - -thanks for writing.

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