Your Weekly Horoscope

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Your Weekly Horoscope
Volume 3, Issue 23
November 25th - Dec 1st, 2011
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Your Weekly Horoscope
Aquarius (Jan 20-Feb 18)
Leo (Jul 23-Aug 22)
It’s a bus y ti me of year. Make
time for loved ones and l et them
know how important they are to
you.
Don’tbe afraid of c hange. The
sooner you acc ept that all change
is not bad the s ooner you’ll see
the rai nbow.
Pisces (Feb 19-Mar 20)
It is easier to throw i n the towel
than come out s winging when
you are down. You need to fight
for what you believe i n.
Virgo (Aug 23-Sep 22)
Someti mes it is nice to do a good
deed for the results and not the
recognition.
Aries (Mar 21-Apr 19)
Finally things are going in the
right direction. You’ve made the
correct decisions and as a res ult
wor k, finances and love are all on
the right trac k.
Libra (Sep 23-Oct 22)
Taurus (Apr 20-May 20)
Scorpio (Oct 23-Nov 21)
Pay clos e attention to your
friends and famil y this week.
Someone is i n need of a shoulder
to cr y on but will not as k for it.
You don’thave to accept the first
offer that is made. Play a little
hardball and get what you deserve.
Get bac k to the basics and life
will seem far more manageable.
Gemini (May 21-Jun 20)
Sagittarius (Nov 22-Dec 21)
There are big changes taking
place i n your life. T ake the time
for you and your spous e/partner
to enjoy this new and very exciting chapter.
The lac k of dispos abl e inc ome
seems to be this week’s theme.
Be cautious and don’ttr y to i mpress people with gift’s you c an’t
afford.
Cancer (Jun 21-Jul 22)
Capricorn (Dec 22-Jan 19)
Don’t waste ti me dwelling on the
past and thinking about “what ifs”.
Life is too s hort. Learn from mistakes and move on full s peed
ahead.
You’ll have a far more pr oducti ve
week if you re-energize your
batteries and have a “me”day.
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Dear Nellie,
My husband and I have been fighting for a long time and are staying t ogether for the kids.
I want to leave him but am worried that this is not the right time of year to go. What do
you th ink?
- Unhappy
Dear Unhappy,
No time will be the right time for the kids t o see their parents separate however you have
to do what is best for you and in the long run the ch ildren as well. Staying together for
the children is not an acceptable reason. Children, n o matter how young, can feel the
tension between arguin g parents and th is can cause a lot of emotional stress on the children and in fact can affect their own relationships later in life. If you have decided that
you are going to leave and end the marriage, I would wait until after Christmas to do so IF
AND ONLY IF there is absolutely no ph ysical, mental or verbal abuse. The children do n ot
need to associate the holidays with the end of their parents’marriage. Take the time to
explain thin gs to them and make it as less stressful as possible for them. Make sure they
know it is n ot their fault and that they are very important t o both you and you r husband.
You will need support from frien ds and family during this difficult time. Don’t be afraid t o
ask for it. Stay strong.
Nellie
Dear Nellie,
I want t o buy a new 47 inch TV for our bedroom but my husband thinks that is t oo much
money to s pend on one gift. Please help!
- Concerned Shopper
Dear Concerned Shopper,
In my opinion, a 47 inch TV is far too big for any normal sized bedroom. Wh y
not compromise? Get a 32 inch TV and the money you save can go t oward something
else. He said it was too much money for “one” gift. Get two gifts instead! Enjoy your
shows.
Nellie
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L O C A L
Age: 32
Favourite Food: Any Baked Goods
Favourite Hobby: Dance
Pet Peeves: Mean People
Heather mov ed f rom Whistler, BC to Antigonish in
2009 with her husband Danny and son, Keegan. An
av id crafter, Heather has been making hats and other
unique items for the last f ew years which she sells at
the Antigonish Farmers Market every Saturday.
H e a t h e r P o ls o n
Recently Heather and Danny moved into the old
country store in Monastery where they are working
towards opening a craft store and weekend market.
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Across
1. City SE of Prague
5. Novel by Chateaubriand
10. Football's Crimson Tide,
for short
14. Utility pipe
15. First full month of spring
16. Mil. address
17. Special person
19. Niche
20. REM time
21. Favor both sides of an
issue
23. Hand over (to)
26. Winter fisherman's tool
27. November feast
32. Org. concerned with safe
drinking water
33. Katey of "Married...With
Children"
34. ___ Ferry, New York
38. California's ___ Woods
40. Informers drop them,
figuratively
42. Theater chain founder
Marcus
43. Tiptop, on a report card
45. Posts sans postage
47. Org. that aids the stranded
48. "Ay" follower in Hamlet's
famous soliloq uy
51. Gibson of tennis
54. Blue-green hue
55. "Macbeth" prop
58. First seat of English
government in India
62. Second baseman Sandberg
63. In pairs
66. Spots in the Seine, for
instance
67. Made a home, as bees
68. Page sent by computer
69. Not mom's
70. Ten make a decade
71. Put a crease in
Down
1. Mercedes competitors
2. Actor Julia of "The Addams
Family"
3. Full complement of planets
4. Next to bat
5. Alpine stream
6. Tollway: Abbr.
7. "Exodus " hero and others
8. Fluff in a dryer
9. Buzz in space
10. Pennant for a lance
11. They haven't a leg to stand
on
12. Money, in slang
13. Lopsided
18. Swords for pentathletes
22. Served superlatively
24. Group of two
25. Less at ease
27. Subject, to Puccini
28. "___ and Away": Fifth
Dimension hit
29. Returning liar
30. 2005 #1 album by Ashlee
Simpson
31. Div. that includes the
Phillies
35. Pigpen dweller
36. Inamorato
37. Yarn mop
39. Stopping at nothing
41. Lot or spot
44. Hoe house
46. Himalayan city
49. Like the smell of soil
50. Leached out
51. Eye-stinging
52. Clapton classic
53. Like a good-sounding
piano
56. Boo-b oo, in totspeak
57. Bygone Chevy model
59. Saturated (with)
60. The Four Seasons' "Walk
Like ___"
61. Document content
64. "___ Lingus" (Irish carrier)
65. They might be followed by
spikes: Abbr.
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'Play'ful Thoughts by Kim Braun
Last weekend Theatre Antigonish featured the deep, mov ing piece 'Anna K', based on the Tolstoy
book Anna Karenin. For those lucky enough to attend, it was certainly another reason to f or all of
us to f eel fortunate that we hav e such a strong artistic community and a top notch theatre to attend
in Antigonish.
Bef ore attending the play I was told that the set was a simple one and was not sure what to expect.
Being a f an of Ian Py gott's set design, I was curious to see the set and how it related to the story.
Walking into the theatre I saw a set that was a blank canv as, stark and dark, not unlike the way
Russian landscapes are portrayed in literature and film. Two simple dark chairs against the back
walls of the stage as props, blended into the dark paint let us know that they were extraneous.
When the cast walked on stage to set the scene for the play, they became both the narrators and
the f ormation of a train f oreshadowing the end of the story. I was very pleased to discov er that the
actors themselves would be the set. After all, rooms and settings are certainly not important to both
the story of Anna K or Tolstoy 's work. The simple set provided no distractions, letting us f ocus
solely on the complex relationships and text, something I appreciated.
We were presented with a tight and well-cast group of young actors along with the additional talented performances of Carol-Anne MacKenzie and Phillip Cooper as Alexei Karenin, Anna's husband. Knowing that Christina Appleby was so successf ul last season in a comedic role, it was a
pleasant, but not a surprising sight to see her fully embrace the role of such a complicated, tortured
character as Anna. Visitor to the area, Gharrett Paon certainly filled his role of the dashing Count
Vronsky and I f elt both the dev otion and pain he suffered in his lov e f or Anna. The play called for a
handsome, charismatic y oung man capable of turning Anna away from her husband and he f illed
this role well. His f inal heart wrenching cry resonated through the audience.
Emily Peskett played duo roles
successfully. I hadn't read the cast
list beforehand and was theref ore
able to enjoy the performance of
each character separately and unknowingly.
There were many f amiliar f aces
from last y ear's Theatre Antigonish
season. Eric Scarffe and Tia Andrini were believ able as the y oung
innocent lov ers. Their dramatic (yet
more traditional) relationship runs
parallel to the tortured relationships
of both Anna K and her brothers
marriage of lov e and inf idelity. All
the couples play ed their parts well
and it was interesting to see the
three different relationships that
Tolstoy featured side by side in this
work.
Hav ing worked in stage management with Ed Thomason, it is not
surprising that he chose a piece
that was as deep as this one, or as affecting. The cast would have been f ully versed on the themes
of the nov el and will certainly have come onto the stage with a greater knowledge of Tolstoy and
his work. The 'choreography' needed with such a large cast must hav e been daunting, but it certainly did not appear that way. It flowed beautifully with the actors mov ing seamlessly around the
stage and simple set.
The f inal dramatic end for Anna had the cast coming full circle as a group, f orming the train. It was
terrifying and yet satisfying to reach an end that seemed so inevitable. In the f inal scene, Ed Thomason presented us with a v ery mov ing picture, the hopeful y oung couple with their baby, ready to
f ace a f uture together and looking so much like that young couple portrayed so hopef ully in a manger this coming season.
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Saturday Nov ember 26
Antigonish Farmers' Market
Antigonish Education Center
9:00 AM-1:00 PM
X-Women Hockey vs. Mount Allison
St. FX Campus
2:00 PM-4:00 PM
X-Women Volley ball vs. UdeM
Oland Centre St. FX Campus
2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Reading with Jane Moseley - "Princess
Grace and the Jellyfish"
People’
s Place
2:00 PM-3:00 PM
X-Women/X-Men Basketball vs. Dalhousie
Oland Centre St. FX Campus
6:00 PM-10:00 PM
Sunday November 27
X-Women Hockey vs. UPEI
St. FX Campus
2:00 AM-4:00 PM
X-Women Volley ball vs. UNB
Oland Centre, St. FX Campus
02:00 PM-4:00 PM
Hank's Jamboree
Hav re Boucher Community Centre
2:00 PM-5:00 PM
Antigonish Bulldogs vs. Brookf ield Elks
Hockey Game
Antigonish Arena
7:30 PM-10:30 PM
Friday December 2
St. Martha's Hospital Auxiliary Present
"Jingle Bell Frolic"
St. Martha’
s Regional Hospital, Claire Marie
Auditorium
11:00 AM-2:00 PM
Antigonish Bulldogs vs. Pictou County
Scotians Hockey Game
Antigonish Arena
7:30 AM-10:30 PM
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Blueberry Cake
Melted butter, to grease
1 x 200g carton fat-reduced strawberry yoghurt
150g butter, cubed
1 x 150g blueberries
155g (3/4 cup) caster sugar
Icing sugar, to dust
2 eggs
265g (13/4 cups) self-raising flour
Preheat oven to 180°C. Brush a square 8 inch cake pan with melted butter to lightly grease. Line the
base and sides with non-stick baking paper .
Use an electric beater to beat the butter and sugar together in a large bowl until pale and creamy.
Add the eggs, 1 at a time, beating well after each addition until combined.
Stir in half the flour and yoghurt until just combined. Stir in the remaining flour and yoghurt until combined. Spoon into the prepared pa n and smooth the surface. Scatter the blueberries evenly over the
top. Bake in preheated oven for 40 minutes or until a skewer inserted into the centre comes out clean.
Remove from oven and set aside in the pan for 10 minutes to cool slightly.
Carefully turn out onto a wire rack. Turn upright and set aside for a further 20 minutes or until cooled
to room temperature. Dust with icing sugar and cut into slices to serve.
Submitted by Jacqueline
(via www.the hig hla ndhe art.ca)
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