Sometimes some musicians just can't even be put in the same sentence as one another. Depending on people's musical preferences. It's hard to compare and can be a bit confrontational. But one thing is for sure the day on which someone is born can't be changed. And then that's where astrology comes in ... More >>
Will you turn into a hoarder? Let's see what astrology says, courtesy of our favorite local astrologer, Figgy Jones. Here's what she told us:
On June 11, the big ol' jolly planet of abundance and goodies, Jupiter, moves into the sign of Gemini -- the most garrulous sign. Gemini is ruled by Mercury, ... More >>
This week the Chinese community parties hard to celebrate its Lunar New Year. The Chinese New Year is spread out over a 15-day period and the Houston version is jam packed with traditional merriment. Two thousand twelve marks the year of the Dragon, which is said to be one of the most fortunate yea ... More >>
Pluto is effin' Goofy, is all we know.Frankly, we don't keep up much with Pluto and its status as a planet or non-planet. It's kind of like when, as a young altar boy, the Catholic Church demoted a bunch of saints. We just rolled with the flow.
So if Pluto's not a planet, it doesn't really b ... More >>
The official photo of engagement happinessPrince William and Kate Middleton are getting married this week, as you might have heard.
The happy couple will be literally following in the footsteps of Prince Charles and Diana, and we all know how well that turned out.
What do things look like f ... More >>
Let me tell you what my astrologer said, WarrenThe position of First Lady is often a thankless one. A surprising number of presidential wives, usually citing health, were all but recluses during their husband's administration, brooding out of sight like something out of Jane Eyre.
Others hav ... More >>
Charlie Sheen: Destined to be duplicitous, apparentlyCharlie Sheen, high on a drug called him, has been analyzed every which way during his recent series of nuclear meltdowns.
But the answer to his tiger-blood behavior may lie in the stars. It couldn't hurt to ask, at any rate.
So we had ou ... More >>
If Twitter is good for one thing, it's the immediate and rapid dispersal of breaking news. If Twitter is good for two things, it's that, plus the immediate and rapid dispersal of whatever trumped-up rumor, lie, or fakery that manages to draw the ire of the millions of poor saps reading along ... More >>
This is NOT the dawning of the age of Capricorn, dammitToday is the first big change under the new astrology rules, or whatever they are that's riling up zodiac types.
January 20 is now the beginning of Capricorn, whereas it used to be the home of Aquarius. We're sure we're messing up the t ... More >>
Don't try to borrow money from your astrologer, please"It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves," said Shakespeare. But Shakespeare didn't know shit, according to professional astrologers.
Lots and lots of people go to astrologers. And astrologers have some problems with them. ... More >>