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October 22, 2017


Libra Sun's Last Day by Holiday Mathis

Once the flower opens completely, it immediately begins moving to the next phase. The petals wither; the fruit forms; the fruit falls. Knowing this, there is no reason to rush to the new stage. Let life unfold for you slowly. The sun is about to change stations. There won’t be a day exactly like this.

Trump celebrates IS defeat in Raqqa

STERLING, Va. — President Donald Trump says the end of the Islamic State “is in sight” after the militant group was driven out of Raqqa, its self-declared capital in Syria. Trump says in a statement that the recapture of Raqqa by the Syrian Democratic Forces is “a critical breakthrough in our worldwide campaign to defeat ISIS.” He says it’ll

Wildfires now up to 100 miles wide as death toll reaches 40

SONOMA, Calif. — They fled in fear nearly a week ago. Now they’re ready to go back. While wildfires are still burning powerfully in parts of Northern California, some of the tens of thousands of evacuees are getting antsy to return to homes that aren’t under immediate threat. Others want to see if they still

Mercury and Uranus Opposition by Holiday Mathis

In terms of sound, the amplitude of the resonance can become far greater than the amplitude of the forcing function. In terms of emotion, the impact can be entirely incommensurate with the inciting incident. In terms of planets, you just can’t tell how things will be received and interpreted, considering the opposition of Mercury and

‘Italian pride day’ in the North End

Italian-Americans waved the tricolor flag from the old country as a celebration of their heritage during yesterday’s Columbus Day Parade. “It is Italian pride day,” said Frank Abrano, 79, of the North End. “I feel pride today.” Abrano, a Vietnam veteran who served in the Navy, said he loves taking in sights at the 

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