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ARIES (March 21-April 19): Stay balanced, and refuse to let the little things bother you. Taking on too much will lead to professional problems. Don't offer to do something that will be impossible to achieve. Love should be your top priority. Romance will improve your personal life.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Offer physical assistance, and something valuable will develop. You are best not to ask questions, but to do what needs to be done and keep moving. Your sincerity, dedication, and trust will win favors in return.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Partnerships will take an interesting turn. Get any misconceptions out of the way so that you can head in a direction that will benefit you as well as the people you care about. Don't make an impulsive financial decision.

CANCER (June 21-July 22): Stick close to home. Make alterations that are geared toward your comfort and that offer an inviting environment for friends and family. Don't let uncertainty cloud your vision or cause you to act impulsively. Listen and adapt instead of complaining or criticizing.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Say what's on your mind, and make plans to do something that will please someone you love. A trip that offers knowledge as well as adventure and excitement will help you make a decision regarding your personal life and future.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Keep close tabs on your money, health, and pending legal matters. You will succeed if you are disciplined in your actions and if you stay on top of time-sensitive documents, rules, and regulations. Don't fold under pressure.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Do your share. It's easy to let others do things for you, but in the end you will be the one who loses. A little effort will ensure good returns. An important relationship needs equality to survive.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Keep an open mind but a closed pocketbook. You don't have to spend to find out information. Do your research, and make adjustments that suit your lifestyle and needs. Don't listen to someone who is prone to exaggeration.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Make positive changes at home. Real-estate investments look good along with home-improvement projects. An important relationship will improve if you make a commitment or fulfill a promise. An emotional situation will be based on false information.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): You will be faced with a challenge if you force your will on others. Do your own thing, and don't worry about what everyone else is doing. Follow your heart, and don't be afraid to take a different route from everyone else.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Let your innovative imagination lead the way, and use your insight and intelligence to entice others to help you reach your goals. People from your past will be an asset to you now. Romance is highlighted.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Concentrate on important partnerships. Honesty will be the key to making sure you have the same ideals and goals in mind. Don't limit what you can do by giving in to someone's whims. Speak up, and go it alone if necessary.



If Going to a Play Were Like Going to a Rock Concert:

• There'd be a crappy one-act before the actual play, with 45-minute set change.

• Most audience members would be wearing T-shirts from other plays they had seen but not the $40 T-shirt of that night's play — which, despite complaining about the ridiculous price, they still bought.

• Intermission would be one actor doing a 15-minute monologue called "The Drum Solo."

• Instead of people bringing roses on opening night, they'd bring guns AND roses.

• That Equity actress ain't taking the stage unless her dressing room has 24 clementine oranges in it. Not 23. Not 25. Exactly 24. AND SO HELP YOU GOD IF SHE SPOTS A TANGERINE.

• Audiences wouldn't mind paying money to see the same play over and over and over again.

• Cast parties would feature even crazier and drunker regrettable sexual encounters.

• At the end of an especially good performance, the actors would destroy their props by smashing them onstage.

• Cats would be on its fifth farewell tour.

• Patrons would sew extra pockets inside their clothes to smuggle as many airplane bottles of their favorite cabernet into the show as possible.

• "Hello [name of city]. Are you ready to Shakespeare?"

• People would start smoking pot as soon as lights dimmed in order to "really feel the words, man."

• Audiences would rarely ask for their Nickelback.

• My wife would maybe actually go to one with me.

Andrew R. Juhl thanks Dana Christopher, Brian Tanner, Christopher Okiishi, Jeff Woods, David Henkhaus, Duane Larson, and Jason Tipsword for contributing to today's Ledge.






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