Charles Ives was a renowned American composer who lived from 1874 to 1954. Because his music was experimental and idiosyncratic, it took a long time for him to get the appreciation he deserved. When he was 73 years old, he won the prestigious Pulitzer Prize for a symphony he had written when he was 30.
SAGITTARIUS NOV. 22-DEC. 21: The famous philosopher John Searle unleashed a witty dig about the famous philosopher Jacques Derrida, saying he is “the sort of philosopher who gives bullshit a bad name.”
We goofed! The horoscopes that ran last week were not supposed to run until this week. Rob Brezsny knows which week is which; we just had a small karmic conundrum. To make things right, we’re running the same column again, this time when it should have originally been published.