Jan. 21 ‑ Feb. 19
Uranus is on the move. Groundbreaking changes are in store. Keep family and friends close, and experimentation in check. But be open to weird possibilities.
Feb. 20 ‑ Mar. 20
This has been a laborious year. Nothing has come easy. Neptune is in Pisces, so work through the complicated issues. Menial tasks get easier. Obstacles disappear.
Mar. 21 ‑ Apr. 20
Mercury is retrograde. Congrats—it’s a new YOU! Life is brighter in all areas. Mercury conjoins Venus, which means a strong, successful month.
Apr. 21 ‑ May 21
You’ll have plenty of energy, but with the sun entering Taurus there will be anxiety. Uh-oh. Anxious energy is tricky. Just because you suffer from paranoia doesn’t mean they aren’t out to get you.
May 22 ‑ June 21
This year is full of fire signs. Summer is a difficult time. Ticks and mosquitoes breed strange diseases. Be careful around strangers and bugs.
June 22 ‑ July 22
A lunar eclipse and the moon in Aquarius is a setup you’ve seen before. You will experience a run of extra sensory perception. Be careful with that.
July 23 ‑ Aug. 23
Mars goes retrograde in Aquarius. Get lots of rest. Decisions have consequences. Code word—“careful”.
Aug. 24 ‑ Sept. 23
Earth signs are strong. Moderate carnal instincts or they will dominate your social life. Be awake—and alert. Stay woke.
Sept. 24 ‑ Oct. 23
Leadership comes naturally. Your amazing grace in accepting the love, passion and appreciation that comes your way is remarkable. Mars is retrograde all summer. It’s your year!
Oct. 24 ‑ Nov. 22
Your taste for romantic dalliances has never been stronger. Take care. Strive for a boring normalcy as opposed to unbridled passion.
Nov. 23 ‑ Dec. 21
You’ve been running hot all year. That burning smell and sensation is your nerves short-circuiting. You’ve felt like nothing can stop you. Careful—brick walls ahead.
Dec. 22 ‑ Jan. 20
Saturn is close. Your strength and energy is remarkable. Don’t regret past mistakes—forge ahead into new frontiers.
- Art Classes & Workshops
- Art Events
- Art Galleries
- Artist Joey McKenna Steps into Nature This Month at SoWal Library
- Call to Artists
- Adopt a Family for the Holidays
- Community Bank Invests $15,000 in NWF State College Students
- Making an Impact: Over $500K Awarded to Local Nonprofits
- Caring and Sharing: Café Thirty-A’s Annual Christmas Charity Ball
- Hold the Dishwashing, Please… Thanksgiving Dining Out Options
- North Beach Tortilla Co. Offers Sand and Sunsets in Santa Rosa Beach
- Overproof, Full Proof and Navy Strength Rums…and the Cocktails That Love Them
- Restaurant Guide
- Rosemary Beach Prohibition Repeal Wine Dinner Set for Dec. 7
- Where to Spend Your Happy Hours
- It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Hallmark!
- Local Film Screenings
- Reviews: Dafoe and Pattinson Shine in “Lighthouse,” Eddie Gets His Dolemite On
- Eric Paslay’s Favorite Live Tracks
- Live Music
- Rock Stars of Comedy… Gallagher Is Coming to Town
- The Pauseandplay.com Record Roundup
- The Record That Changed My Life: Al Alvarado
Where to Spend Your Happy Hours
Baxter’s Bar & Grille 605 James Lee Road Fort Walton Beach 850-812-6868 When: 3-6 PM and 10 PM-Midnight daily. Closed Mondays (for now). Drink Specials: $3 wells, $2 drafts. Camille’s at Crystal...
Harbor Docks Celebrates 25 Years of Thanksgiving Tradition
By Chris Manson Former Harbor Docks owner and Beachcomber contributing writer Charles Morgan credits longtime employee Ann Jones (a/k/a Miss Ann) with the idea of opening the restaurant on Thanksgiving Day....
North Beach Tortilla Co. Offers Sand and Sunsets in Santa Rosa Beach
By Lauren Sage Reinlie Northwest Florida has a new spot to unwind and soak up all the beauty the area has to offer. Chef Jim Shirley’s North Beach Tortilla Co....
Upcoming Stage Shows
FRIDAY, NOV. 8-SATURDAY, NOV. 9 STAGE CRAFTERS’ “THE PAJAMA GAME” Fort Walton Beach Civic Auditorium, 7:30 PM StageCraftersFWB.com Tickets are $25. Cast includes Tim Bartley, Terry Carnathan, David Chancellor, Gabriella Dedmore, Azhia...
Making an Impact: Over $500K Awarded to Local Nonprofits
The members of IMPACT 100 of Northwest Florida voted and announced recently the grant recipients for 2019, awarding five $101,600 grants. Representatives of each nonprofit organization named as a finalist were present,...
Beachside Worship Services
ALIVE CHAPEL Sundays – coffee fellowship, 9 AM; praise and worship, 9:30 AM; pastor’s message, 10 AM. Located at 12381 U.S. 98, Miramar Beach. www.theALIVECHAPEL.org. CORPUS CHRISTI CATHOLIC CHURCH Mass schedule (through Sept....