Saturday, March 26, 2011

Transit Mars Conjunction Natal Mars
Exact at 10:53

Loaded with energy

Ego energies and physical energies run very high during this time. You will feel positively loaded with energy, for which you must find an adequate outlet, or you will have problems. The best way to handle this influence is to do some necessary heavy physical work. But that will work out only if you derive satisfaction from doing it. Sports, if you are at all athletic, is an excellent outlet. If you just sit around, you will begin to feel itchy and restless for no apparent reason and then become quite irritable. In this mood you will snap at anyone who comes along for no reason at all. This time is quite good for initiating any new project on your own. It is a time of beginnings, and you should use it for that purpose, particularly for projects that you will be identified with and be given credit for.

The interpretation above is for your transit selected for today:

Mars Conjunction Mars, , exact at 10:53  
activity period from 25 March 2011 to 27 March 2011

Born this day in 1961 | Leigh Bowery
Born in Sunshine, Australia

Before Lady Ga-Ga-Godiva.

Groundbreaking | 1982
The Vietnam Veterans' Memorial Wall
Architect | Maya Lin

Born this day in 1968 | Kenny Chesney

Who'd you rather?

Now Showing | For a Lost Soldier

Breaking a political glass ceiling – then.
Geraldine Ferraro

Friday, March 25, 2011

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

This Day in History | 2011
I was too busy to

2010The Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 is passed by the U.S. House of Representatives
2006ETA terrorist group declares ceasefire against Spain
199818th Golden Raspberry Awards
1997"Sunset Boulevard," closes at Minskoff New York City after 977 performances
1997Comet Hale-Bopp Closest Approach to Earth (1.315 AU)
1997Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Lausanne won by Tara Lipinski (USA)
1996Cheryl Depew, of Florida, crowned 13th Miss Hawaiian Tropic International
1996STS-76 (Atlantis 16), launches into orbit
1995Deputy Governor of Bank of England, Rupert Pennant-Rea, resigns following revelations of his affair with a freelance journalist
1994Dutch Ambassador to U.S. christens a new tulip (the Hillary Clinton)
1994Mark Foster swims world record 50m butterfly (23.68 sec)
1994South African Government/ANC take power in Ciskei homeland
1994Soyuz TM-21 lands
1993Intel introduces Pentium-processor (80586) 64 bits-60 MHz-100+ MIPS
1992"Private Lives" closes at Broadhurst Theater New York City after 37 performances
1992Danielle Ammaccapane wins Standard Register Ping Golf Championship
1992England beat South Africa in rain-ruined cricket World Cup semi final
1992Joseph A. Molloy elected New York Yankee general partner
1992Record producer Lou Adler weds Paige Hannah (Daryl's sister)
1992U.S. Air New York to Cleveland crashes on take off at LaGuardia, 27 die
1991Law enforcement officers raid fraternities at University of Virginia seizing drugs
1991New York Daily News begins using motto "Forward with NY"
1991Pamela Smart (High School teacher) found guilty in New Hampshire of manipulating her student-lover to kill her husband
1990"Grapes of Wrath" opens at Cort Theater New York City for 188 performances
1990"Les Miserables," opens at Shunert Theatre, Boston
1990Anchorage jury finds Captain Hazelwood innocent of Valdez oil spill
1990The ML umpires announce that they will boycott exhibition games
1989Pete Rozelle announces retirement as NFL commissioner after 29 years
1989U.S. Supreme Court upholds 1 person 1 vote rule of New York City Board of Estimate
1988Congress overrides Reagan's veto of sweeping civil rights bill
1988WA beat Queensland by 5 wkts to win the Sheffield Shield Final
1987Betsy King wins LPGA Circle K Tucson Golf Open
1986Ehrig skates ladies world record 5 km (7:20.99)
1986HBO launches boxing's heavyweight-title-unification-tournament
1986Heart's "These Dreams," single goes #1
1986Ice Pairs Championship at Geneva won by Gordeeva and Grinkov (URS)
1986Kania skates ladies world record 1500m (1:59.30)
1986Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Geneva won by Debi Thomas (USA)
1986Trevor Berbick beats Pinklon Thomas in 15 for heavyweight boxing title
1985NASA launches Intelsat VA
1984Islander Bryan Trottier ties NHL rec scores 5 seconds into game
1983Chaim Herzog elected Israeli president
19823rd Space Shuttle Mission-Columbia 3 launched
1982Iran offensive against Iraq
19811st class postage raised to 18 cents from 15 cents
1981Donna Caponi Young wins LPGA Desert Inn Pro-Am Golf Tournament
1981Soyuz 39 carries 2 cosmonauts (1 Mongolian) to Salyut 6
1981Toshihiko Seko runs world record 25k (1:13:55.8)/30k (1:29:18.8)
1979Israeli parliament approves peace treaty with Egypt
1979NHL votes to accept 4 WHA teams (Oilers, Jets, Nordiques and Whalers)
1978France performs nuclear test
1978Robert Frost Plaza, at California, Drumm and Market, SF, dedicated
1978Rutle's "All You Need is Cash" is show on NBC-TV
1977Dutch Den Uyl government falls
1977Indira Gandhi resigns as Prime Minister of India
1977Uyl government falls
1975"Dinge-competed" wins Eurovisie Song festival
1975"Dr. Jazz" closes at Winter Garden Theater New York City after 5 performances
1975"Letter for Queen Victoria" opens at ANTA Theater New York City for 18 performances
1975Delta State beats Immaculata for the women's AIAW championship
1975Teach-In wins Eurovision Song Festival with "Dinge-Dong"
1975Walt Disney World Shopping Village opens
1972"Selling of the President" opens at Shubert Theater New York City for 5 performances
1972Congress approves Equal Rights Amendment (never ratified)
1972Kareem Abdul-Jabbar named NBA MVP
1972Nick Mileti purchases Cleveland Indians for $9 million
1972Yankees trade Danny Cater to the Red Sox for Sparky Lyle
1971U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Semipalitinsk, Eastern Kazakhstan U.S.S.R.
1970"Blood Red Roses" opens and closes at John Golden Theater New York City
1970Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA Orange Blossom Golf Classic
1969"Billy" opens and closes at Billy Rose Theater New York City after 1 performance
1969"Come Summer" closes at Lunt Fontanne Theater New York City after 7 performances
196931st NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: UCLA beats Purdue 92-72 UCLA wins its 5th national championship in 6 years
1968Jarmila Novotna resigns presidency of Czechoslovakia
1968Lynda Johnson ordered off San Francisco cable car for eating an ice cream cone
1968Student riot in Nanterre near Paris
1967Muhammad Ali KOs Zora Folley in 7 for heavyweight boxing title
1965D Senanayake wins general elections in Ceylon (Sri Lanka)
1965U.S. confirms its troops used chemical warfare against the Vietcong
1964Barbra Streisand appears on the cover of New York Times Magazine section
1964Carol Mann wins LPGA Women's Western Golf Open Invitational
1963Beatles release 1st album, "Please Please Me"
1963British Minister of War John Profumo denies having sex with Christine Keeler
1963Oregon State's Terry Baker becomes 1st and only Heisman Trophy winner
1962"I Can Get It For You Wholesale" opens at Shubert New York City for 300 performances
19601st patent for lasers, granted to Arthur Schawlow and Charles Townes
1959Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Nehi Golf Tournament
195820th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: Kentucky beats Seattle 84-72
1958Faisal succeeds Saudi as king of Saudi-Arabia
1958U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya U.S.S.R.
1957Republic of India adopts Saka calendar along with Gregorian
1956"Mr Wonderful" opens at Broadway Theater New York City for 383 performances
1956Death penalty against KPM-director Leon Jungschlaeger
1956Musical "Mr Wonderful" with Sammy Davis, Jr. premieres in New York City
19541st shopping mall opened in Southfield, Michigan
1953Antonin Zapotocky chosen as president of Czechoslovakia
1953Louise Suggs wins LPGA Betsy Rawls Golf Open
1952Dutch DC-6 crashes near Frankfurt, killing 44
1947President Truman signs executive order calling for loyalty
19461st U.S. rocket to leave the Earth's atmosphere (50 miles up)
1946Britain signs treaty granting independence to Jordan
1945Arab League forms with adoption of a charter in Cairo Egypt
1945U.S. 3rd Army crosses Rhine at Nierstein
1944600+ 8th Air Force bombers attack Berlin
1943Dutch work week extended to 54 hour
1943Obligatory work for woman ends in Belgium
1943SS police chief Rauter threatens to kill half Jewish children
1942Heavy German assault on Malta
1941Grand Coulee Dam in Washington goes into operation
1939Lithuania state, forced to give Memel territory to Germany
1935Blood tests authorized as evidence in court cases (New York)
19341st Masters golf championship began in Augusta, Georgia
1934Fire destroys Hakodate Japan (kills 1,500, injures 1,000)
1933Franklin D. Roosevelt makes wine and beer with up to 3.2% alcohol legal
192966 horses run in Irish Grand National Sweepstakes
1929KIT-AM in Yakima WA begins radio transmissions
1929USCG vessel sank Canadian schooner suspected of carrying liquor
1928Noel Coward's musical "This Year of Grace," premieres in London
1927Federico Garcia Lorca's "El Maleficio," premieres in Madrid
1922British court sentences Mahatma Gandhi to 6 years in prison
1914World's 1st airline, St. Petersburg Tampa Airboat Line, begins
1903New York Highlanders (Yankees) tickets 1st go on sale
1903Niagera Falls runs out of water because of a drought
1896Charilaos Vasilakos wins 1st marathon (3:18)
1895Auguste and Louis Lumiere show their 1st movie to an invited audience
1894Stanley Cup: Mont AAA beat Ottawa Generals, 3-1 (1st Cup game ever)
1888English Football League established
1882Edmunds Act adopted by U.S. to suppress polygamy in the territories
1874Young Men's Hebrew Association organizes in New York City
1873Slavery is abolished in Puerto Rico
1872Illinois becomes 1st state to require sexual equality in employment
1871William Holden of North Carolina becomes 1st governor removed by impeachment
1865Raid at Wilson's: Chickaswas, Alabama to Macon, Georgia
1862San Marino and Italy conclude treaty of friendship and cooperation
18611st U.S. nursing school chartered
1841Cornstarch patented (Orlando Jones)
1822Gioacchino Rossini marries Isabella Colbran in Bologna
1822New York Horticultural Society founded
1794Congress bans U.S. vessels from supplying slaves to other countries
1790Thomas Jefferson becomes the 1st U.S. Secretary of State
1778Captain Cook sights Cape Flattery, in Washington state
1775Edmund Burke presents his 13 articles to the English parliament
1765Stamp Act passed; 1st direct British tax on colonists
1733Joseph Priestly invents carbonated water (seltzer)
1692Emperor Leopold I names duke Earnest August of Braunschweig, king
1680Parliament of Breisach accept French sovereignty over Elzas
1638Religious dissident Anne Hutchinson expelled from Mass Bay Colony
16301st colonial legislation prohibiting gambling enacted (Boston)
16221st Indian (Powhattan) massacre of whites Jamestown, Virginia; 347 slain
1621Hugo de Grote escapes in bookcase from Loevenstein castle, Netherlands
1594French King Henri IV festival in Paris
1556Cardinal Reginald Pole becomes archbishop of Canterbury
1457Gutenberg Bible became the 1st printed book
1349Townspeople of Fulda Germany massacre Jews (blamed for black death)
752Stephen II elected Catholic Pope (or 23rd)

Monday, March 21, 2011

The One.
The Original.
The Saint.

This Day in History | 1981
Rites I | Robert Mapplethorpe
Will Be Photographing
Selected Guests

Saturday March 21, 1981
The Black Party | Rites I
Music: Roy Thode | Alan Dodd
Lights: Mark Ackerman
A two night Black Party;
Robert Mapplethorpe
will be photographing 
selected guests.

Larry Hunt by Robert Mapplethorpe
NYC 1978

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Japanese Earthquake | Tsunami Relief
The Black Party | RITES XXXII
Not Robert Mapplethorpe

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