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STARCAST: With so much planetary interaction this week, everyone is bound to feel the effect somewhere in their lives. Be ready Thursday when the Gemini moon (the last full one in 2019) confronts the Sun and Mercury in Sagittarius. The right decision now could pull the year together for you.    ARIES (March 20-April 18)  Enough of that nose pressed against the window jazz.  That Little Match Person number doesn't become a mighty Ram like you.   Your name rates high on the cosmic Christmas list.  But, alas and alack, there are times when you have to be your own Santa. Go for it! (click for more)

When Elaine Welteroth was a little kid (in the '90s) she and her friends created their own fashion magazine — and the experience paid off. She went on to become editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue. (click for more)

In October, we went to Salt Lake City to record our 1,000th show and invited Alex Boyé, a former Mormon Tabernacle Choir member and YouTube star, to play our quiz. (click for more)

Wong's new memoir is called Dear Girls, so we've invited her to answer three questions about deer girls, as in: female deer. (click for more)

Former Mayor Willie Brown will step up to the mic alongside the Irish Newsboys, an "infamous band of authentic newspaper hacks and accomplished musicians," to join in a hip-hop rendition of "Danny Boy." (click for more)

There are enough holiday TV movies to overturn Santa’s sleigh this season, with Oprah Winfrey’s OWN channel and a new streaming service adding to the cargo. A more expansive view of the world also is part of the ride, with Hanukkah shout-outs on the Hallmark and Lifetime channels. Other small-screen options are available to distract you from gift-wrapping and family squabbles, from the Brady Bunch to Ellen DeGeneres and her famous friends. Here’s a sampling from broadcast networks, cable and streaming services: Popcorn time “Noelle,” now streaming on Disney Plus. Kriss Kringle’s daughter (Anna Kendrick) envies her brother’s (Bill Hader) high-profile Christmas job but discovers she’s got an important role to play, as does Mrs. Claus (Julie Hagerty). Shirley MacLaine co-stars as an elf. “Mistletoe & Menorahs,” 6 p.m. Dec. 7, Lifetime. An executive (Kelley Jakle) who needs a quick education about Hanukkah to land an account finds just the man (Jake Epstein) to help her in work and maybe love. “Christmas at Dollywood,” 8 p.m. Dec. 8, Hallmark Channel. An event planner (Danica McKellar) returns home to Tennessee for a challenging job, Dollywood’s 30th Smoky Mountain Christmas celebration, and gets matchmaking help from Parton herself. “Carole’s Christmas,” 8 p.m. Dec. 11, OWN. A workaholic businesswoman’s (Kimberly Elise) wishful thinking turns her life upside down. Jackee Harry and Cayden K. Williams co-star in this repeat airing with added moviemaking tidbits. “Holiday Date,” 8 p.m. Dec. 14, Hallmark Channel. Christmas and Hanukkah celebrations combine when Brooke (Brittany Bristow) is dumped by her boyfriend before a visit home... (click for more)