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Archive for January, 2007
Certainly, change is in the air for the Virgins. Since the latter part of 2006, you have been feeling restless. Now, that feeling is stronger than ever. The first area that needs to be addressed is relationships. Although this is simple to say, it is actually difficult to confront. Your relationship and your partnership skills need to go into the shop for a major overhaul. Otherwise, you and your partner will face some boring times over this next year. If you consciously don’t address these areas, problems can then pop up spontaneously. This will certainly make you feel totally out of balance, which will make you over-reactive.
The nation’s leading Proust scholar, Frank (Steve Carell), recently rescued from a suicide attempt, is greeted at the hospital by his sister (Toni Colette) who is running late. “I’m so glad you’re still here,” she says. The dry Frank replies, “Well, that makes one of us.”
Embrace your playful side, Aries. Travel, Gemini. Review your career, Leo. Get to the doctor, Libra. Have some fun, Sagittarius. Re-invent yourself, Pisces…
SMOKIN’ HOT COMEDY Though recently besieged by a fire that could have been so much worse, Chances, with its adjacent bars, has somehow maintained a healthy sense of humor.
Whether it’s baking a cake, popping the question, or merging onto 610 in Galleria rush-hour traffic, timing is everything. Brilliantly timed to air during that nebulous, post holiday-doldrummy, nothing-to-do period between the end of football season and the advent of WNBA games is the annual return of Showtime’s The L Word.
I came of age in the lesbian zeitgeist of the ’70s. A Golden Age of Amazons, the welcoming and woman-empowering era encouraged women to break free of mandatory heterosexuality, cast off our restrictive gender roles, open up to new possibilities.
The biggest news from the election was the Democrats retaking control of both the House and the Senate. I don’t expect national Democrats to do much positive on gay issues, however, and probably nothing on the issue of recognition for gay relationships.