Shelley Ackerman
American astrologer, writer, performer
Shelley Ackerman
Shelley Ackerman, is an American astrologer, writer, actress and singer. An avid and accomplished researcher, she specializes in creative, cultural, humanistic, and political astrology and is a frequent guest and commentator on radio and television news and entertainment shows.
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A Good Year for Stacy Keach, A Tribute to Juanita Moore
Huffington Post - about 3 years
"Jupiter enters Leo for a year -- a boon for theatrical types of all persuasions!" writes our smart astrologist friend Shelley Ackerman. So, you take heart, my friends in show business. • SPEAKING OF this possibly being a very good year, the great actor Stacy Keach certainly thinks it might be! In June, Stacy will play Falstaff in both parts of Shakespeare's "Henry IV" at the Shakespeare Theater in Washington DC. The kicker to this is Stacy played the same role 46 years ago. He says, "I might be wrong, but I think I may be a candidate for the Guinness Book of Records. When I played it back in 1968 in Central Park, I was 27. I received some very good reviews. Now I'm 72--reverse the numbers, but the role remains the same!" (Newsweek referred to Keach as a "Grand Young Man" in its review.) Stacy Keach is grand. I had a wonderful interview with him about a year ago. He is most famous for tough guy roles, but in real life he is adorably gentle, funny and smart. He's had ...
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Liz Smith: A Brand New Thriller From Dick Wolf -- Yes That Dick Wolf, the Law & Order Creator
Huffington Post - about 4 years
"Joe Biden's horoscope on January 21 was especially strong (better than the president's). Watch for the vice president playing a much greater role during Obama's second term and coming to the fore to revamp the budget and economic policies across the board," writes the astrologist Shelley Ackerman in her view of the stars on The Aesthete. Law & Order has been one of my TV favorites for years, harking back to the original cast in 1990. I was especially taken by the long career there of actor Jerry Orbach, because I'd known him since he first played the character El Gallo in the legendary off-B'way play The Fantasticks. (This became the historic longest-running show ever and it had been dreamed up by my classmates at the University of Texas -- Tom Jones, Harvey Schmidt and the late Word Baker.) You can still turn on television and almost always run across a version of Law & Order and if you're like me, usually you'll stick with it again to the end. Even though ...
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Liz Smith: Lindsay As Liz -- Oh, Come On, Let's Give Her a Chance! Also, How Skyfall, Argo and Ralph Saved Hollywood
Huffington Post - over 4 years
"THERE IS no deodorant like success," said Elizabeth Taylor. I DON'T know about you but I've seen the movie trailer to the coming Nov. 25th Liz & Dick and although I know it won't be a patch on the real-life Burtons of movie fame, I just can't wait to catch Lindsay Lohan as Elizabeth Taylor! Since I traveled with Elizabeth and Richard back in the day and wrote about their tempestuous passionate marriage in London, Paris, Rome, New York, L.A., and Leningrad, I feel like a minor authority. But, consider the fallout from the recent Lindsay Lohan-nixing of a Barbara Walters interview on ABC's 20/20? Who knew that umpteen years ago, in 2006, at a pre-Oscar party in the home of super agent Bryan Lourd, I was the person who went across a crowded room and corralled a young actress named Lindsay, saying to her, "There is someone here you need to meet"? Lindsay came with me willingly and I took her to the fireplace where I said, "Lindsay, this is Barbara Walters!" S ...
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Astrologists Gathering In New Orleans Hold Answers To Election, Economy And End Of The World
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
NEW ORLEANS — Will President Barack Obama win re-election? Will the world end Dec. 21, as some say the Mayan calendar predicts? Will the economy ever improve? If you ask the 1,500 astrologers contemplating planetary alignments this week in New Orleans, the answers are yes, no and yes. The astrologers, representing 30 countries, are in the city's famed French Quarter for the United Astrology conference held every four years. They say their work goes beyond the entertainment of horoscopes, tarot cards and palm readings, instead relying on in-depth study of the solar system. This year, there is no shortage of predictions. "If you thought that the election of 2000 race was crazy, that's nothing compared to what's going to happen in November of 2012," said astrologer Michael Lutin, an astrology columnist for Vanity Fair magazine for 25 years. "Don't count on anything being smooth." That's because Mercury – the planet of communication, tabulation and transporta ...
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Liz Smith: 'Titanic' Sails Into China.. Will The Cast Of 'The Hunger Games' Mutiny?
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
"WE DO look very different; we're older. Leo's 37, I'm 36. We were 21 and 22 when we made that film. You know, he's fatter now--I'm thinner." So says Kate Winslet, who disdains "Titanic" sentimentality. IN THE United States, the 3-D re-release of James Cameron's "Titanic" is doing okay. It has picked up a nice $20 million or so. However, the big ship has been overshadowed by the daunting box-office "iceberg" called "The Hunger Games." Perhaps Mr. Cameron is a wee bit disappointed, but he has his millions to cry on--remember, he did "Avatar," too. Over in China, things are different for "Titanic." The movie opened to record numbers there. Only Michael Bay's "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" has ever had better box-office right out of the gate. One reason for Chinese interest in "Titanic" is that the populace was probably not inundated with endless TV specials about the doomed liner--its final hours...its big mystery ... the water-logged artifacts, etc. Many people her ...
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RSS 5th best public school in province—future still uncertain - The Nelson Daily
Google News - almost 6 years
Shelley Ackerman, a member of the Neighbourhoods of Learning (NOL) Committee, feels the rank is something to be celebrated. “I know you need to take Fraser institute rankings with a grain of salt, but being the thirtieth in the province and fifth of
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Alpine Grind claims 'best coffee in town' - Trail Rossland News
Google News - almost 6 years
He met his wife, Shelley Ackerman, at Selkirk college and studied photography, electronic publishing — a brand new art in the early 1980s — and creative writing. “I'd always been a current events junkie and liked the idea of newspapers,” he said
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Route 3 follows road to gold at community newspaper awards - BCLocalNews
Google News - almost 6 years
Shelley Ackerman, Route 3's editor and art director, and Route 3 Publisher Chuck Bennett echo Hammett's sentiments. “I'm very pleased that Route 3 has been recognized for its quality. I think we put out a really great little magazine here,
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NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: TUDOR CITY; Whose Sidewalk? Whose Tree? A Knotty Diplomatic Conundrum
NYTimes - about 16 years
The last person you want to trip on the sidewalk in front of your house is a karma expert like Shelley Ackerman. But despite the bruises and sprained ankle Ms. Ackerman received when she stumbled over a crack in the pavement outside the Nigerian Embassy, she wishes no one harm. She just wants someone to fix what she calls ''that death trap.''
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New York Drops Psychic Training Program
NYTimes - about 17 years
Nine months after New York City began recruiting welfare recipients to work from home as telephone psychics, city officials decided that there was no future in it. Yesterday, Jason A. Turner, commissioner of the city's Human Resources Administration, announced the end of the city's arrangement with a company calling itself Psychic Network. ''Though
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Paid Notice: Deaths PIERCE, CHARLES
NYTimes - over 17 years
PIERCE-Charles. Beloved impressionist, comedian, entertainer and friend. His star quality and tenderness was a gift to all. We will deeply miss his warmth, compassion and outrageous sense of humor. Tom Roberts, Shelley Ackerman
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Herbal Wraps in a Land of Plaster Goddesses
NYTimes - over 23 years
THERE is no accounting for taste. Particularly one's own. This bittersweet revelation came to me unexpectedly while walking along the beach at Gurney's Inn Resort and Spa in Montauk, L.I. Experience told me that Gurney's, a splendid pile of a resort constructed like an ocean liner, wasn't my kind of place. But love is unpredictable. The object of
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FORAGING; A Peace Offering That Starts at the Head
NYTimes - over 23 years
HAVING one's hair shampooed professionally is, for my money, one of life's great spine-tingling pleasures, only it never seems to last long enough. But at Nymph -- short for New York Master Practitioners of Hair -- in SoHo, a four-step shampoo and scalp-massage treatment ($35) goes on for a blissful half-hour. It is not just so that your hair will
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LAW; Bar Groups Are Happy To Find You a Lawyer
NYTimes - almost 24 years
YOUR local bar association naturally wants to help you find a lawyer. Perhaps you want one. Increasingly, the bar groups are expanding their services to expedite matches, and increasingly, the public is ringing them up. "Calls have steadily increased since the service started in 1981," said Audrey Ryan, coordinator of the Lawyer Referral and
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