Omarr’s Weekly As­tro­log­i­cal Fore­cast

The Aurora (Labrador City) - - Puzzles - SEIZE THE DAY by Mary Lou Guizzo and Jeff Chen, edited by David Stein­berg

ARIES (March 21-April 19): Travel can broaden the mind and in­vig­o­rate the spirit. This is a good week to be­gin an ed­u­ca­tional project or join a sports team. Put a ro­man­tic re­la­tion­ship on the back burner and fo­cus on group events.

TAU­RUS (April 20-May 20): Be fair if you dare. In the week ahead, you may eas­ily dis­rupt some­one’s ex­pec­ta­tions. If you con­cen­trate on be­ing fair-minded and ex­er­cise good sports­man­ship in a key re­la­tion­ship, ev­ery­thing will be fine.

GEM­INI (May 21-June 20): Down­shift to low gear.

Those in close con­nec­tion will be more for­giv­ing and more likely to un­wind if you slow down the pace and are less judg­men­tal. You may find ways to of­fer apolo­gies in the week ahead.

CAN­CER (June 21-July 22): Don’t pass up a party or any other op­por­tu­nity to dress up and min­gle with oth­ers in a light­hearted venue. Help­ful and in­ter­est­ing new con­nec­tions could widen your scope of in­flu­ence in the week ahead.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Demon­strate sol­i­dar­ity. As this week un­folds you might be drawn to peo­ple with sim­i­lar back­grounds, in­ter­ests and ideas. You may en­joy so­cia­ble group ac­tiv­i­ties to al­le­vi­ate the stresses and strains of re­spon­si­bil­i­ties.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Hang out with the “in” crowd. You have heard the say­ing, “you are known by the com­pany you keep.” Dur­ing the week ahead, you may find new friends in the work­place who im­prove your sense of self-worth.

LI­BRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Heal the rift. You may be overly con­cerned with how oth­ers re­act to you in the week ahead. If you are for­giv­ing, and use logic rather than emo­tions, you can turn a mi­nor mis­un­der­stand­ing into a closer con­nec­tion.

SCOR­PIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): The path of true love is not with­out bumps, but some days it is smooth as silk. What­ever barred your way is in the past and head­way is pos­si­ble. Apolo­gies will be ac­cepted, and peace can be re­stored this week.

SAGIT­TAR­IUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Be re­spect­ful of other peo­ple’s opin­ions and they will be re­spect­ful of yours. The week ahead may be fraught with mis­un­der­stand­ings, but a will­ing­ness to for­give and com­pro­mise will smooth things over.

CAPRI­CORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Have gump­tion and travel. You can ex­plore new ideas or places in the week to come if you are brave enough to step out of a self­im­posed cage. En­joy an up­surge of cre­ativ­ity and use imag­i­na­tion in the work­place.

AQUAR­IUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): To please your friends and make your mon­ey­mak­ing ideas a re­al­ity your cre­ative side must work over­time. A bub­bling brook of provoca­tive ideas may need more pol­ish­ing be­fore be­ing pre­sented this week.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20):


1 *The Tai­wan Strait is part of it (read each starred an­swer coun­ter­clock­wise!) 4 *Falk­lands War en­vi­rons 7 *Edge of the known world, in old leg­end 10 *Mar­i­ana Trench lo­cale 13 “Get a load of ___!” 15 First-string squad 17 Sound of a heavy fall

20 Jai ___

21 Skedad­dles,

22 “Star


23 Won­der­land cake words 24 Jazz lingo

25 House flip­per’s hire 27 Fig­ure with a scythe 29 Vic­to­rian cab type

30 End of 4-Across

31 End of 7-Across 32 Lethargy

33 End of 1-Across

34 Wrap for a drag queen 36 Peter Parker’s un­cle 37 End of 10-Across

38 Abu ___

42 In­cas’ moun­tains 45 *Hang­out for many a pi­rate

48 Put a lid on, say

49 Site of a 1976 re­bel­lion 51 *It’s east of an icy Dan­ish ter­ri­tory

54 The “veni” in “veni, vidi, vici”

56 Plays the tourist, and a hint to the puz­zle’s theme Wars” to Shake­speare char­ac­ter 58 Make hazy

60 Tapped with a bat 62 More of­ten than not 63 Start for many jour­neys 64 Ex­pands

66 NYC divi­sion (Abbr.) 67 Broth of­ten made from a cube

69 End of 45-Across 70 Men­des of “The


71 *Mare nos­trum, to­day 73 Ho­race’s “___ Poet­ica” 74 End of 51-Across

75 One with two mates

77 Per­fumed bags 80 Entr’___ (in­ter­mis­sion) 83 King in a Shake­speare ti­tle

84 BYOB part

85 Rus­sian news agency 89 Edges of hats

91 3-D screen­ing

93 Large T. rex bone

94 Mayo cel­e­bra­tion day 95 Ap­ple, but not or­ange 98 End of 71-Across

100 Jazz fan

102 Scripps par­tic­i­pants

104 It’s of­ten a mover and a shaker

105 Peo­ple at dog shows

106 Goes far and wide, com­pletes this puz­zle?

109 State high­ways

111 Soror­ity events

112 Gig­gle

115 Foe of Cae­sar

116 Claims

117 Sources of neg­a­tiv­ity?

118 Wel­comes to one’s home 119 1979 Bette Mi­dler drama 120 Re­vers­ing rock­ets Other womb or


1 Con­tin­u­a­tion of 1-Across 2 Cleve­land res­i­dent 3 Color that may be burnt 4 Con­tin­u­a­tion of 4-Across 5 In­ert but dan­ger­ous el­e­ment

6 Love, in Venice 7 Con­tin­u­a­tion of 7-Across 8 “Gone With the Wind” hero­ine Scar­lett

9 “___ my back­yard!” 10 Con­tin­u­a­tion


11 Wear

12 South Dakota’s cap­i­tal 14 Con­cordes, briefly 15 Served with ice cream 16 Wash­ing­ton’s Sea-___ Air­port

18 “Dee-lish!”

19 Most saucy

20 Cracked, as a door

26 Roy or Reiner

28 Real­l­l­lly long time 35 Cross­word solvers’ ful­fill­ing mo­ments

36 Birds’ part­ner

39 Name after aka

40 Ma­jor leagues, with “the”

41 Re­side

42 Guar­an­tees

43 Time to deck the halls 44 Dork

45 Con­tin­u­a­tion


46 High-end Honda

47 Rebel cam­era pro­ducer 48 Fur­row filler

50 Cer­tain dou­ble-reed player

51 Con­tin­u­a­tion


52 Boca ___, Flor­ida of slangily, of of 53 Word be­fore prix or prize 55 NYC tran­sit let­ters 57 Walked (on)

59 Rap­per ___ Peep

61 Lived the wrong way? 63 More pris­tine

65 Puppy pickup place 68 Hon­olulu’s is­land 71 Con­tin­u­a­tion


72 An­cient

75 Sten­cils, e.g.

76 On the ___ (flee­ing the Feds)

78 An­i­mal car­toons

79 Plug­ging away

80 Ba­sics

81 Make smaller, as a photo 82 Ac­tiv­ity such as check­ing Face­book re­peat­edly 86 Great-great-great for one

87 “The Lion King” vil­lain Cen­tral in Gary of Amer­i­can Lar­son grand­mother, 88 Drunk­ards

90 “Amadeus” an­tag­o­nist 92 1/2, for 2

93 Rio de ___

94 Pre­scrip­tion cough syrup com­po­nent

96 Man­dela of South Africa 97 Soph., jr. and sr.

99 Time for a spring roll? 100 Sprite con­tainer

101 GM track­ing sys­tem

103 Ir­ish icon, fa­mil­iarly

105 “Step­pen­wolf ” au­thor 107 ___ browns

108 Tigers’ docs

109 Brit­ney Spears’ record la­bel

110 Suf­fix for Que­bec

113 British rocker Brian

114 Webfeed let­ters

Nav­i­gate a net­work of new ac­quain­tances in the week to come. Your work may put you in con­tact with peo­ple who ap­pre­ci­ate your skills. Avoid spend­ing your hard-earned cash money on un­nec­es­sary items. Pre­vi­ous an­swer

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