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Jen Bem | March 1, 2010
Here is your astrological forecast for Monday, March 1, courtesy of your resident scopetress Jen Bem. Pisces 02.19-03.20 Tell the truth this afternoon, no matter who is confronting you. If you try to cover with a lie, you'll prolong the consequences and make things worse. Aries 03.21-04.19 It may be Monday, but that doesn't mean you're not already stressed about the week ahead. The sun will help you see that life doesn't suck as much as you thought. Taurus 04.20-05.20 Enjoy time with your honey this afternoon.
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by Jen Bem | jenbem1@gmail.com and b free daily | July 8, 2010
Cancer 06.22-07.21 Just because Mars is making you feel invincible, that doesn’t mean you should start acting stupid. There is a huge difference between casually pushing the speed limit and going 110 mph.   Leo 07.22-08.22 You’re in a rut and there is nothing you can do about it. The planets are staying clear of your dowdy situation until you make the decisions necessary to pull yourself out of that black hole of negativity.
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By Mike Royko and Mike Royko,Tribune Media Services | January 24, 1992
Mike Royko is on vacation. In his absence, we are reprinting some of his favorite columns. This column originally appeared in 1970.I SAT DOWN IN a restaurant to have lunch, and there it was again.On the place mat were printed those generalized horoscopes, the kind that reveal your personality and character traits.I tried to avoid looking at it, because I knew what mine would say. They're always the same.Finally I looked: "You have a logical, analytical and precise mind, which causes you to hate disorder.
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by Jen Bem | jenbem1@gmail.com and b free daily | July 7, 2010
Cancer 06.22-07.21 Neptune will help you find a way to release all that negative energy you’ve been storing. Perhaps you’ll find comfort in talking to an old friend or going for a long run.   Leo 07.22-08.22 The moon wants you to steer clear of any potentially sticky situations today. Be sure to tell the truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God — just in case you get asked by someone important.
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By Michelle Deal and Michelle Deal,Sun Reporter | November 4, 2007
I'm beginning to understand the problem with Hillary. And it's not her hair or her husband. It's her horoscope. Her astrological sign, that is. She's a Scorpio. Now, many of you who have lived through the Age of Aquarius and come out of it with two kids and a 401(k) will immediately dispatch this notion as hokey. I admit it's more than a little out of the mainstream but, just for fun, who doesn't enjoy an occasional peek at a person's horoscope? Hillary's birthday was Oct. 26, which puts her squarely in Scorpio territory.
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April 9, 2006
The Sun now is offering daily sudoku puzzles. The brain-teasing puzzles will appear every day in The Sun's features sections - Mondays through Thursdays in Today; Fridays in Movies Today; and Saturdays in Go Today. Look today for a super sudoku with five interlocking grids inside A&E Today on Page 9. You'll also find the features Ask Amy and the horoscope on Page 10. Next week look for both Ask Amy and the horoscope in the Modern Life section.
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November 20, 1994
Because of a production problem, the horoscope column appears in the Sports section (on Page 22D) of today's editions.The Sun regrets any inconvenience to readers.@
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March 9, 2002
More inside Ann Landers: For a daunting reality game show, try teaching. [Page 8d] Index Comics 6d..................Crossword 7d Movies 4d...................Television 5d Horoscope 8d...............Jumble 6d
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August 7, 2007
Concert Rock at the Recher Rocco DeLuca and the Burden play alternative rock, and you can see them live at 7 tonight at the Recher Theatre, 512 York Road, Towson. Tickets are $12. Call 410-337-7210 or go to ticketmaster.com. FYI We are trying out new versions of the bridge column, the Sudoku puzzle and the horoscope on Pages 4C-5C. If you have com ments, please feel free to call 410-332-6484. Also, music critic Tim Smith is on assignment. His column does not appear today.
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By Gary Graff and Gary Graff,Knight-Ridder News Service | November 25, 1994
He is an elegant man, an embodiment of wealth and good taste.He keeps a townhouse in London and a spread an hour south in the English countryside. His public appearances are made in the most stylish of evening wear. He carries himself with suave, seductive confidence and casually tosses off tales about visits to Morocco and other exotic locales. A few years ago, there was even talk that he'd be the next James Bond.So when Bryan Ferry is late to the phone at his Munich hotel, it's perfectly understandable.
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by Jen Bem | jenbem1@gmail.com and b free daily | July 6, 2010
Cancer 06.22-07.21 Persuasiveness isn't one of your strongest suits, but that's OK. Any time you need to make a point or convince someone of your opinion today, Saturn is there to help you out.   Leo 07.22-08.22 Blame the moon for your frisky feelings in the afternoon. You'll be especially susceptible to your honey's charms. Take advantage of these feelings and enjoy a fun night in!   Virgo 08.23-09.22 Jupiter will help you keep your temper in check today at work.
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by Jen Bem | jenbem1@gmail.com and b free daily | July 2, 2010
Cancer 06.22-07.21 The moon thinks it's OK to ignore a stressful situation this weekend … at least until Monday rolls around. Enjoy the summer nights. Leo 07.22-08.22 Keep your stress level in check this weekend by not taking on any extra projects. You have enough to focus on right now, so ask for a rain check or just say "no." Virgo 08.23-09.22 You have major decisions to make about a relationship this weekend. Luckily, Saturn will help you keep a level head.
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By Jen Bem | jenbem1@gmail.com and b free daily | March 7, 2010
Pisces 02.19-03.20 Ignoring a problem does not make it go away. You hate confrontation, but that doesn't mean you should turn a blind eye. Give it some thought and handle the situation. Aries 03.21-04.19 Boldly go where you've never gone before when gutsy Mars give you extra confidence. An adventurer such as yourself can never have too much of a good thing. Taurus 04.20-05.20 Saturn is making you want bigger and better things today. You're no longer satisfied with your apartment, car or your significant other.
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Jen Bem | March 1, 2010
Here is your astrological forecast for Monday, March 1, courtesy of your resident scopetress Jen Bem. Pisces 02.19-03.20 Tell the truth this afternoon, no matter who is confronting you. If you try to cover with a lie, you'll prolong the consequences and make things worse. Aries 03.21-04.19 It may be Monday, but that doesn't mean you're not already stressed about the week ahead. The sun will help you see that life doesn't suck as much as you thought. Taurus 04.20-05.20 Enjoy time with your honey this afternoon.
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By Michelle Deal and Michelle Deal,Sun Reporter | November 4, 2007
I'm beginning to understand the problem with Hillary. And it's not her hair or her husband. It's her horoscope. Her astrological sign, that is. She's a Scorpio. Now, many of you who have lived through the Age of Aquarius and come out of it with two kids and a 401(k) will immediately dispatch this notion as hokey. I admit it's more than a little out of the mainstream but, just for fun, who doesn't enjoy an occasional peek at a person's horoscope? Hillary's birthday was Oct. 26, which puts her squarely in Scorpio territory.
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August 7, 2007
Concert Rock at the Recher Rocco DeLuca and the Burden play alternative rock, and you can see them live at 7 tonight at the Recher Theatre, 512 York Road, Towson. Tickets are $12. Call 410-337-7210 or go to ticketmaster.com. FYI We are trying out new versions of the bridge column, the Sudoku puzzle and the horoscope on Pages 4C-5C. If you have com ments, please feel free to call 410-332-6484. Also, music critic Tim Smith is on assignment. His column does not appear today.
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,Sun Staff Writer | April 11, 1994
You're 36,000 feet above the Great Plains. A Leo, you flip to your horoscope in the in-flight magazine: "Now that certain obstacles and anxieties are finally out of your way, the big question is this: Can you handle the security that monogamy promises without getting so bored you fall asleep at the wrong time?"Whoa baby! Prepare for landing. This astrologer has your number.Cheeky, blunt, a tad naughty, Michael Lutin has turned an ancient art on its ear. Don't expect his astrological forecasts to portray us mere mortals as victims of our signs, "trapped in a whirlwind of inequity," as Mr. Lutin puts it.Rather, he opts for telling readers to take responsibility for their preordained shortcomings, as in: "Look.
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By Dave Barry and Dave Barry,Knight Ridder/Tribune | April 30, 2000
Here in the newspaper business (Motto: "Eventually, We WILL Find Your Driveway") we have a strict rule: We don't print ANYTHING unless we know it's true. Except for the horoscope, of course. No offense, but if you take the horoscope seriously, your frontal lobes are the size of Raisinets. Also some of the comics are not 100 percent accurate. For example, in real life, Garfield walks on four legs. He's a CAT, for gosh sakes! Also, to be honest, many of us who work at newspapers don't hold the opinions that our newspapers express in the editorials.
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April 9, 2006
The Sun now is offering daily sudoku puzzles. The brain-teasing puzzles will appear every day in The Sun's features sections - Mondays through Thursdays in Today; Fridays in Movies Today; and Saturdays in Go Today. Look today for a super sudoku with five interlocking grids inside A&E Today on Page 9. You'll also find the features Ask Amy and the horoscope on Page 10. Next week look for both Ask Amy and the horoscope in the Modern Life section.
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