Omarr’s Weekly Astrological Forecast
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 ___
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
115 Foe of Caesar
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
12 South Dakota’s capital 14 Concordes, briefly 15 Served with ice cream 16 Washington’s Sea-___ Airport
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”
43 Time to deck the halls 44 Dork
46 High-end Honda
47 Rebel camera producer 48 Furrow filler
50 Certain double-reed player
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
75 Stencils, e.g.
76 On the ___ (fleeing the Feds)
78 Animal cartoons
79 Plugging away
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