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ARIES (March 21-April 19): Communication will be the key, and offering help will be your way into a group or cause that can benefit you. An emotional attack will be due to jealousy and must be ignored in order to stop matters from getting worse.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Offer something you enjoy doing as a hobby to others and you will have a small sideline business that can compensate you financially. Get someone you love involved and you will enjoy the work even more. A longtime goal can now be accomplished.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Stay cool, and refuse to let anyone upset your day. As long as you can concentrate on what needs to be done, everything will work itself out. Peace of mind is more important than buying someone’s love or attention.

CANCER (June 21-July 22): You’ll have a hard time keeping a lid on your emotions. Someone will test your patience and cause you to make poor choices. Added responsibilities will be dumped on you if you give in to demands.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Take care of business and any additional challenges that can bring you greater respect. A partnership will open up with someone you’ve wanted to be with for a long time. A memory will illumine an old goal you never fulfilled.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): You’ll have to put up with unexpected changes. Don’t let this lead you astray or cause you to miss out on something you want to do. Your involvement in something you find interesting will lead to a moneymaking opportunity. Romance is in the stars.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): A trip will come with surprises, delays, and some unusual results, but you will have the information and experience you require. Your intuition is dead-on and must be followed in order to avoid an emotional encounter.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Take a look at your expenses and adjust your spending habits to fit your current budget. A deal that sounds too good to be true is and should be avoided regardless of what everyone else does.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): You’ll have to face the music instead of running away from controversy. You may have to hurt someone’s feelings and be truthful about the way you feel or see a certain situation. Someone from your past will have encouraging words.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Love is on the rise, and romance should be worked into your plans. You can mix business with pleasure and come out on top, both professionally and personally. Rely on your past experience to make the right choice now.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Don’t rule out the possibility of taking on an added responsibility if it will help you work your way into something you’ve been longing to do. A love relationship isn’t likely to go the way you want. Don’t get upset; move on.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Don’t let melodrama take over and ruin your day. Not everyone is going to be in sync with you. Take a pass if you don’t want to do something. It’s better to go your own way than do something begrudgingly.

 

 

 

 


Brush up on your Michigan trivia:

by Andrew Juhl


• Alpena houses the world’s largest cement plant. (Michigan’s receivers apparently honor this fact by lining their shoes with cement.)

• Colon is home to the world’s largest manufacturer of magic supplies. (That’s right: one of Michigan’s claims-to-fame is their magical fantastical Colon.)

• Petoskey, the state stone, can be found along the shores of Lake Michigan. (Look for it under the piles of dead, toxic fish.)

• The state’s capitol is Lansing. (And the state’s capital is broken dreams.)

• Indian River is the home to the world’s largest crucifix, the “Cross in the Woods.” (So, the Second Coming — probably not going to be in Michigan.)

• The largest village in Michigan is Caro. (But they’ve got really high hopes for this whole South Beach Diet thing.)

• Four flags have flown over Michigan: French, English, Spanish, and United States’. (I guess we picked the short straw.)

• Michigan touches four of the five Great Lakes. (Inappropriately.)

• Michigan contains 116 lighthouses and navigational lights. (Yet, somehow, boats still end up there.)

• Michigan was the first state to guarantee every child the right to a tax paid high-school education and the first state to constitutionally provide for the establishment of public libraries. (Damn socialists.)

• Michigan ranks first in the U.S. in boat registrations. (So that’s … something.)

• Despite its nickname as the “Wolverine State,” there are no wolverines in Michigan. (Well, none you should be afraid of, anyway.)









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