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ARIES (March 21-April 19): Stay calm, and face each situation that arises with confidence. Make plans to spend time with someone you enjoy being with and whom you've grown to depend on for input and support. A change at home will turn out to be beneficial.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Work to resolve important issues. Taking care of personal matters and fixing problems on the domestic front will help stabilize your life, allowing you to get back to business as usual. A makeover will lift your spirits.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): An unexpected turn of events will result in work-related changes. Don't panic; use your intelligence and speed to manipulate the situation to suit your best interests. Express your thoughts with passion, and you will be recognized and rewarded.

CANCER (June 21-July 22): Mistakes coupled with pessimism will make you look bad. Step outside any situation you face, and look for alternative ways to make improvements and to stabilize your position. Be creative, open, and optimistic, and you will win support.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Don't stop. Now is the time to fast-forward to your next conquest. Your ability to converse and run the show will bring about change as long as you stick to your budget and honor your promises.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Be careful how you dispense of your cash. Don't let anyone bully you into buying something you do not need. An impulsive move will not help you reach your goals. Helping others must be minimal. Charity begins at home.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): There will be plenty of action and lots to watch out for. Resourcefulness coupled with caution will help you make better choices. Overdoing it mentally, physically, financially, or emotionally will backfire, leaving you in a vulnerable position.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Size up your situation, and make your move. Your intuitive pull will take you down an unusual path that is sure to help you expand your interests. Love is on the rise, and making your place more romantic will improve your domestic life.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Helping someone elderly can bring its rewards. Money is heading in your direction, and making positive adjustments at home will bring you to a higher standard of living. Don't let a past love bring you down. Truth will be withheld.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Stop fighting, and start going with the flow. Step back, and view your situation objectively. You may have to walk away from a person, situation, or project if there are no longer any benefits. Turn a negative into a positive.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Put your best foot forward. Make a choice that will help you follow a dream. Changing the way you earn your living or making financial moves that will bring you closer to your goals should be your intent. Action will result in progress.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Focus on your health and wellness. Set up a routine that will enable you to schedule fitness and help you stick to a nutritional diet. Expand your interests to include things you used to enjoy, and you will find love and happiness.

Ways I am Like More Famous Andrews:

• Andrew "Dice" Clay: consider myself a comedian, despite all protestations and disagreements from the vast majority.

• Andrew Lloyd Webber: love gaudy outerwear and cats.

• Andrew Johnson: have been thoroughly impeached, though never removed.

• Prince Andrew, Duke of York: will probably never be the king of England and am no longer interested in banging Sarah Ferguson.

• Andrew Garfield: been into Emma Stone for the last few years.

• Andrew the Apostle: have a hard time getting into anthologies.

• Andrew Lincoln: do a terrible Southern accent, which fades in and out as I get angrier.

• Andrew "Ender" Wiggin: likes video games more than real life.

• Andrew Ryan: am underwater when it comes to my home.

• Andrew "Nard Dog" Bernard: am a terribly ineffective boss.

• Andrew Christiann: can be found inside numerous men's pants.

• Andrew Dufresne: most people who know me have no idea I have a past as an embezzler and was once convicted of killing my wife and her lover.

• Andrew Carnegie: have put name on the sides of a lot of libraries.

• Andrew Warhol: am prone to thematic repetition.

• Andy Kauffman: People often wonder if I'm really dead … and not funny.

Andrew R. Juhl thanks LM, BA, SAL, RS, KK, DH, and PS for contributing to today's Ledge.

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