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Date: 2011-06-24 By: JD Hortwort
Many of us, especially city-dwellers, don't have access to large plots of land for gardening. But that shouldn't stop us! Most herbs are tolerant of harsh growing conditions—even those found in our urban centers, which are man-made heat wells. With a little direction and some perseverance, urban gardeners can grow plenty of herbs for the kitchen, bath, or cupboard.
Date: 2006-09-04 By: Jeffrey Green
What does Pluto's new status as a dwarf planet mean for Astrology? Astrologer and author Philip Brown (Cosmic Trends) examines the impact of this revelation on modern astrology and the inter-relationships of the planets, and discusses its possible effect on personal birthcharts.
Date: 2003-09-26 By: Jennifer Meier
Hallowe'en Growing up in Dublin - Jennifer Meier What comes into your mind when you think of Samhain? No matter what pictures or memories you have, I can imagine none are quite like mine. Maybe I'm being naive, maybe Hallowe'en is the same around ...
Date: 2004-09-01 By: Jennifer Spees
With Halloween approaching, we see signs of the supernatural everywhere. From bedsheet ghosts on front lawns to spider webs in grocery stores, everyone seems to have fun decorating with ghosts and goblins, witches and cauldrons, spiders and bats. ...
Date: 2004-11-01 By: Jennifer Spees
Unless you’re one of the lucky ones reading this in the South, winter is here again — blanketing the land with snow, sending cold air whistling through even the tiniest crack in a window frame, and generally making most of us want to spend most of ...
Date: 2005-01-01 By: Jennifer Spees
Have you ever had you aura photographed? A few years ago at a psychic fair, my friends and I all had our auras photographed, and we were amazed at how each one of us displayed a totally different shape and color spectrum. Of course, this is what ...
Date: 2005-03-01 By: Jennifer Spees
Have you seen the movie White Noise? This popular film stars Michael Keaton as an architect who suddenly loses his wife. Grief-stricken, he’s contacted by someone who claims to be receiving messages from his wife through the anomaly known as ...
Date: 2005-05-01 By: Jennifer Spees
One of the headlines on the British news web site I happened to be reading the day I sat down to write this column was “Declassified Reports of UFO Sightings Reveal 88 Sightings Last Year.” The article, originally appearing in The Independent, ...
Date: 2005-07-01 By: Jennifer Spees
It’s probably one of the most common fortunetelling clichés in pop culture: a flamboyantly dressed woman gazes ominously into a large crystal ball, waves her hands around and makes predictions about the future. This image has even made it into our ...
Date: 2005-09-01 By: Jennifer Spees
Our modern celebration of Halloween, with its spooky decorations and candy-munching kids, is a long way from the ancient Celtic holiday known as Samhain. Generally agreed by historians to be the origin of our Halloween tradition, Samhain marked the ...