Windy City Media Group Frontpage News

THE VOICE OF CHICAGO'S GAY, LESBIAN, BI, TRANS AND QUEER COMMUNITY SINCE 1985

home search facebook twitter join
Gay News Sponsor
Donate

Sponsor
Sponsor

  NIGHTSPOTS

Out In the Stars
by Charlene Lichtenstein
2005-03-16

This article shared 1745 times since Wed Mar 16, 2005
facebook twitter google +1 reddit email


Are you talking to yourself? Consider doing that while Mercury retrogrades and screws up our communications. Every musing can become bruising if we don't think carefully before we speak. We can all do that ... can't we? Oops!

ARIES ( March 161 - APRIL 20 ) Every faint impression becomes an indelible mark. Chances are that you will rub certain folks the wrong way, gay Ram. Rather than rubadub elbows, take a rest from socializing and find comfort and solace in quiet personal growth. Err, how personal?

TAURUS ( APRIL 21 - MAY 21 ) There is static on the psychic line and what you hear is not what your intuitive guides are transmitting. Avoid getting caught up in mystery and intrigue, queer Bull. Keep things crystal clear and save the fog machine for the next party.

GEMINI ( MAY 22 - JUNE 21 ) Give friends extra latitude now. Pink Twins find themselves in one place and their posse in another. Even best laid plans are scrambled. Why go crazy? Enjoy the unexpected serendipities that come with chance and just make an omelette.

CANCER ( JUNE 22 - JULY 23 ) This is not be the best time to push for that promotion or pivotal interview. Retreat to your cubicle and rearrange your paperwork while you bide your time. Gay Crabs will have their chance at success in early April. Meantime, is that spinach in your teeth?

LEO ( JULY 24 - AUG. 23 ) Travel is especially annoying with retro Mercury. Reservations get lost along with luggage. Proud Lions are advised to check and recheck all details of the trip. It would be a shame to have your suitcase relaxing in Maui while you cool your paws in Buffalo.

VIRGO ( AUG. 24 - SEPT. 23 ) No matter how much you would like to wax poetic and declare your love, let actions speak louder and prouder than words. Queer Virgins may inadvertently say just the thing to scuttle the love boat. Better keep all hands on deck... among other places.

LIBRA ( SEPT. 24 - OCT. 23 ) Politic gay Libra can come down with a case of foot in mouth. You are just not getting your point across with certain folks. Nor are you listening. Perhaps this is a good time to let things simmer quietly. Let it become a potboiler next month.

SCORPIO ( OCT. 24 - NOV. 22 ) Proud Scorps are infused with energy. But as you tackle tasks you stray from your initial intent and wind up with results that are not what you expect. Read instructions, listen to advice and take copious notes now. Or just relax and let things pile up.

SAGITTARIUS ( NOV. 23 - DEC. 22 ) Retro Mercury sez too much fun can indeed be too too much. Gay Archers pile so much on their plates that things spill. Be discerning and enjoy in moderation. Gluttony is your fall back position, but now savor one thing at a time. No names, please!

CAPRICORN ( DEC. 23 - JAN. 20 ) Leave yourself plenty of reminders around the house. You may forget to do things. Confusion reigns and details get lost in the general melee. The next couple of weeks will teach you to handle and harness an array of loose ends. Anyone we know?

AQUARIUS ( JAN. 21 - FEB. 19 ) Your outrageous opinions are blasted on the front page. Will it have lasting power? You can't move a big boat on a gust of hot wind alone. Turn up the motor mouth and be sure that your propeller doesn't get caught in a buoy... unless that is your plan... .

PISCES ( FEB. 20 - March 160 ) Expect miscommunication where money is concerned. You might waste a few bucks on a scheme that you think is failsafe but is really failure-prone. Hold on to your hard earned dough, Guppie. There is plenty of time to waste it in April.

( c ) 2005 MADAM LICHTENSTEIN, LLC., All Rights Reserved. For Entertainment Purposes Only. Cruise www.TheStarryEye.com for prescient horoscopes and insightful articles. Lichtenstein's highly acclaimed book 'HerScopes; A Guide To Astrology For Lesbians' would have won the Pulitzer had the voting not been rigged.


This article shared 1745 times since Wed Mar 16, 2005
facebook twitter google +1 reddit email





Windy City Media Group does not approve or necessarily agree with the views posted below.
Please do not post letters to the editor here. Please also be civil in your dialogue.
If you need to be mean, just know that the longer you stay on this page, the more you help us.


  ARTICLES YOU MIGHT LIKE

Gay News

Chicago Red Stars updates 2021 National Women's Soccer League preseason roster 2021-03-02
--From a press release - Chicago (March 2, 2021) - The Chicago Red Stars have announced the following updates to their 2021 National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) preseason roster. The roster features 32 players including 25 contracted players, a 2021 NWSL ...


Gay News

Red Stars announce 'groundbreaking' ownership group 2021-03-01
- The Chicago Red Stars announced the first members of what the team called "its groundbreaking ownership group." According to a press release, "the Chicago owners' group is [composed] of homegrown fans and believers in the power ...


Gay News

Red Stars rename Press Row in honor of Ida B. Wells 2021-02-19
- The Chicago Red Stars announced that they are formally renaming Press Row at SeatGeek Stadium in honor and memory of Ida B. Wells. According to the National Women's History Museum's website, Wells "was a prominent journalist, ...


Gay News

Red Stars announce 2021 preseason roster 2021-02-01
- The Chicago Red Stars announced their roster for the 2021 National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) preseason. Joining the Red Stars for preseason will be four non-roster invitees who suited up for the Red Stars in 2020. ...


Gay News

Chicago Red Stars add Fortunato as new head athletic trainer 2021-01-30
- The Chicago Red Stars announced today the addition of Emily Fortunato as the club's new head athletic trainer. Fortunato—athletic trainer and a part of the Illinois Bone and Joint Institute, the official medical partner of the ...


Gay News

Red Stars to play in International Women's Cup in August 2021-01-19
- The Chicago Red Stars signed on to play in the inaugural International Women's Cup—a first-of-its-kind event expected to bring top European clubs to Lynn Family Stadium in Louisville, Kentucky. The Red Stars will join National Women's ...


Gay News

Red Stars make draft selections 2021-01-14
- The 2021 National Women's Soccer League Draft has concluded, with Chicago making five selections. The Red Stars walked into the Jan. 13 draft with the sixth, 18th, 25th and 35th overall selections after several trades throughout ...


Gay News

Red Stars announce renewals 2021-01-13
- The Chicago Red Stars announced the multi-year contract renewals of 12 players. Danielle Colaprico, Hannah Davison, Vanessa DiBernardo, Zoey Goralski, Sarah Gorden, Rachel Hill, Katie Johnson, Alyssa Mautz, Kayla Sharples ...


Gay News

Stanton re-signs with Red Stars 2021-01-11
- The Chicago Red Stars announced the signing of midfielder Nikki Stanton, who is returning to the club after a season with Norwegian sports club Klepp IL. Stanton began her National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) career with ...


Gay News

Four Red Stars chosen for WNT camp 2021-01-07
- Chicago Red Stars defender Tierna Davidson, midfielder Julie Ertz, goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher and forward Mallory Pugh have been selected as part of the roster for the U.S. women's national team's (WNT's) camp taking place Jan. 9-22 ...


Gay News

Chicago Red Stars announce annual #SHEINSPIRESME award winners 2020-11-23
--From a press release - CHICAGO (November 23, 2020) — The Chicago Red Stars announced the three winners of the 2020 #SHEINSPIRESME award. The Chicago Red Stars #SHEINSPIRESME Award is an annual award that is presented to women who exemplify leadership, ...


Gay News

Three Red Stars selected for upcoming U.S. WNT Camp 2020-11-17
- The United States Women's National Team announced its roster for the upcoming camp overseas against the Netherlands. The two countries will face off Friday, Nov. 27 at 12:30 p.m. ET / 6:30 p.m. local and will ...


Gay News

MOVIES Henry Golding gets intimate in 'Monsoon' 2020-11-11
- Taking a turn from larger-budget movies such as A Simple Favor and Crazy Rich Asians, actor Henry Golding stars in the intimate film Monsoon. The movie features Golding as Kit, a young British-Vietnamese man who returns ...


Gay News

Chicago offers new contracts or exercises options for all 23 Chicago Red Stars players 2020-10-30
--From a press release - CHICAGO — After the completion of the 2020 National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) end of year process, the Chicago Red Stars have announced contract statuses for all of its players. All of Chicago's 23 rostered players ...


Gay News

MOVIES Ruby Rose talks new film 'The Doorman,' LGBTQ actors 2020-10-18
- In the new movie The Doorman, out actress Ruby Rose (TV's Orange Is the New Black and Batwoman; movies such as John Wick: Chapter 2 and Pitch Perfect 3) stars as the titular character in an ...


 



Copyright © 2021 Windy City Media Group. All rights reserved.
Reprint by permission only. PDFs for back issues are downloadable from
our online archives. Single copies of back issues in print form are
available for $4 per issue, older than one month for $6 if available,
by check to the mailing address listed below.

Return postage must accompany all manuscripts, drawings, and
photographs submitted if they are to be returned, and no
responsibility may be assumed for unsolicited materials.
All rights to letters, art and photos sent to Nightspots
(Chicago GLBT Nightlife News) and Windy City Times (a Chicago
Gay and Lesbian News and Feature Publication) will be treated
as unconditionally assigned for publication purposes and as such,
subject to editing and comment. The opinions expressed by the
columnists, cartoonists, letter writers, and commentators are
their own and do not necessarily reflect the position of Nightspots
(Chicago GLBT Nightlife News) and Windy City Times (a Chicago Gay,
Lesbian, Bisexual and Transegender News and Feature Publication).

The appearance of a name, image or photo of a person or group in
Nightspots (Chicago GLBT Nightlife News) and Windy City Times
(a Chicago Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender News and Feature
Publication) does not indicate the sexual orientation of such
individuals or groups. While we encourage readers to support the
advertisers who make this newspaper possible, Nightspots (Chicago
GLBT Nightlife News) and Windy City Times (a Chicago Gay, Lesbian
News and Feature Publication) cannot accept responsibility for
any advertising claims or promotions.

 

 

 

TRENDINGBREAKINGPHOTOS







Sponsor
Sponsor


 



Donate


About WCMG      Contact Us      Online Front  Page      Windy City  Times      Nightspots      OUT! Guide     
Identity      BLACKlines      En La Vida      Archives      Advanced Search     
Windy City Queercast      Queercast Archives     
Press  Releases      Join WCMG  Email List      Email Blast      Blogs     
Upcoming Events      Todays Events      Ongoing Events      Bar Guide      Community Groups      In Memoriam      Outguide Categories      Outguide Advertisers      Search Outguide      Travel      Dining Out      Privacy Policy     

Windy City Media Group publishes Windy City Times,
The Bi-Weekly Voice of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Trans Community.
5315 N. Clark St. #192, Chicago, IL 60640-2113 • PH (773) 871-7610 • FAX (773) 871-7609.