DAILY HORO­SCOPES

Chicago Sun-Times - - ENTERTAINMENT - BY GEORGIA NI­COLS

MOONALERT: Un­til 6: 30 p. m., we have the “all clear” to shop and do busi­ness. The Moon is in Libra. IF NOV. 15 IS YOUR

BIRTH­DAY: Ac­tress Shai­lene Wood­ley ( 1991) shares your birth­day today. You are op­ti­mistic, kind and gen­er­ous. You are also alert and ob­ser­vant about your sur­round­ings. This year you will take in­ven­tory and view your past tri­umphs and fail­ures be­cause you are fin­ish­ing a nineyear cy­cle. Some will let go of peo­ple, jobs, places and things to move on to some­thing new. For­tu­nately, it’s a time of also mov­ing away from heavy bur­dens. Whew! ARIES ( March 21- April 19):

You will have to de­fer to oth­ers today be­cause the Moon is in a sign that is op­po­site yours. This sim­ply means you have to be ac­com­mo­dat­ing and co­op­er­a­tive. How­ever, do take note: Mid- af­ter­noon to late af­ter­noon, ex­pect an up­set or sur­prise from a friend or part­ner.

TAURUS ( April 20- May 20):

Late this af­ter­noon or by din­ner­time, some­thing will dis­rupt your job. It might be a com­puter crash, power out­age or a sud­den staff short­age. Like­wise, some­thing might im­pact your health sud­denly. Be alert.

GEMINI ( May 21- June 20):

Par­ents need to be ex­tra vig­i­lant today be­cause this could be an ac­ci­dent- prone af­ter­noon for their kids. Or near din­ner­time de­pend­ing on your time zone. Sports events might also en­cour­age ac­ci­dents. Be care­ful! So­cial plans, es­pe­cially ro­man­tic, might sud­denly change.

CAN­CER ( June 21- July 22):

This af­ter­noon your home rou­tine will be in­ter­rupted. ( Let’s hope it’s not a bro­ken dish­washer.) Small ap­pli­ances might break down or mi­nor break­ages could oc­cur. Or sur­prise com­pany might show up at your door just at din­ner­time.

LEO ( July 23- Aug. 22):

This is a mildly ac­ci­dent­prone af­ter­noon for your sign so be alert. Pay at­ten­tion to ev­ery­thing you say and do. Slow down and take it easy so that you are mind­ful and aware. Think be­fore you speak as well as be­fore you act. Be care­ful tex­ting!

VIRGO ( Aug. 23- Sept. 22):

Keep an eye on your money, cash flow and pos­ses­sions today be­cause this af­ter­noon some­thing un­ex­pected might im­pact your as­sets. You might find money; you might lose money. Per­haps some­thing that you own will be lost, stolen or bro­ken.

LIBRA ( Sept. 23- Oct. 22):

Today the Moon is in your sign op­posed by wild, wacky Uranus. This in­di­cates some kind of dis­rup­tion to your life. Quite likely, it will be some­thing un­ex­pected in the late af­ter­noon. You prob­a­bly also feel rest­less or ir­ri­ta­ble. Pay at­ten­tion to ev­ery­thing you do.

SCORPIO ( Oct. 23- Nov. 21):

This is a vaguely dis­con­cert­ing day. In fact, as the day wears on, in the late af­ter­noon and to­ward din­ner­time ( de­pend­ing where you live), things could get down­right ir­ri­tat­ing for some rea­son. But hey, when the an­nals of his­tory are writ­ten, this is peanuts. Stay chill.

SAGITTARIUS ( Nov. 22- Dec. 21):

Some­thing un­ex­pected might im­pact your in­ter­ac­tions with groups or per­haps a friend. You might feel in­de­pen­dent and want to break away from some­thing. Or per­haps some­body else feels this way? You might in­tro­duce a rev­o­lu­tion­ary con­cept to some­one.

CAPRICORN ( Dec. 22- Jan. 19):

Re­la­tions with bosses and par­ents are un­pre­dictable in the late af­ter­noon today. Some­one might say some­thing that re­ally catches you off guard. Do not over­re­act. Do not quit your day job. You feel very feisty and in­de­pen­dent today. Cool your jets.

AQUARIUS ( Jan. 20- Feb. 18):

Travel plans will be in­ter­rupted or changed this af­ter­noon— al­most cer­tainly. There­fore, al­low ex­tra time so that you have wig­gle room to cope with the un­ex­pected.

PISCES ( Feb. 19- March 20):

Stay on top of de­tails re­gard­ing bank­ing, shared prop­erty, in­sur­ance and in­her­i­tances today be­cause some­thing un­ex­pected might im­pact these ar­eas. If so, you will want to know about this right away. Don’t be caught nap­ping!

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