Free Will Astrology 11/21/19

By Rob Brezsny Week of November 21 ARIES (March 21-April 19): “Beware of what disturbs the heart,” said Ibn Mas’ud, a companion of the prophet Mohammed. “If something unsettles your heart, then abandon it.” My wise Aries friend Artemisia has a different perspective. She advises, “Pay close attention to what disturbs the heart. Whatever has […]

Charter School Hustle

—Who made Money on McReynolds School Sale By Rick Outzen and Jeremy Morrison Teaching is seen by many as a dedicated profession whose motive is not profit. However, charter schools in Florida have been very profitable for some. A highly critical report released last year from Integrity Florida outlined a number of issues haunting the […]

News of the Weird 11/21/19

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel The Entrepreneurial Spirit About a year ago, Les and Paula Ansley of Mossel Bay, South Africa, stumbled upon a novel idea for a new type of spirit, which they call Indlovu Gin, the Associated Press reports. During a safari, they learned that elephants eat a wide variety of fruits […]

The Port’s Path

By Jeremy Morrison The environment enveloping the Port of Pensacola is just about perfect. It looks a little like the quasi-industrial waterfront of paradise, with the sparkling blue water of Pensacola Bay fading seamlessly into a sunny-day sky. That blue is especially piercing. “It’s the most vibrant blue I’ve seen in a long time,” notes […]

Not Your Average Jims

By Savannah Evanoff He’s a Jim. You’re a Jim. Everyone’s a Jim when you’re talking to the band Jimbo. They started out as The Nobodies; now everyone is a Jim(bo). Ryan Post, a drummer and vocalist, said the name of their pop/indie group started as an inside joke back at Gulf Breeze High School. “In […]