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Apparently Sylvia Browne, frequent Montel guest and well-known psychic, is too busy writing her one jillionth book to come to St. Louis and offer insights about what we can look forward to in the new year. No matter, though: The Astrological Association of St. Louis is hosting a constellation of professional astrologers to lead us in a discussion about "Expectations for 2006." If you are dying to know what's coming up (or afraid you might be dying, you paranoid silly), drop by the Brentwood Community Center (2505 South Brentwood Boulevard, Brentwood) from 2 to 4 p.m. Will you sprout a third arm this year? Will you win the bingo championship? (Will Mr. Night ever let go of Tiny Danzig?) Only the astrologers can say. The suggested donation to hear the predictions is $10; for more information call 314-965-3844 or visit www.cosmicexpress.com/aastl/aastl.
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