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The Standard (St. Catharines) - - Arts & Life - JAC­QUE­LINE BIGAR

SATUR­DAY IF TO­DAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY:

Ob­ser­vant and pro­duc­tive, you will spend the year per­fect­ing a mas­ter­piece of your own. Op­por­tu­ni­ties to buy or sell prop­erty will also come to you.

If sin­gle, you pre­fer continuing to spend your valu­able time alone. If at­tached, you both en­joy lux­u­ri­at­ing in the warmth of the life you have built to­gether. Virgo is as smart as you, but in a different way.

ARIES (MARCH 21-APRIL 19)

This is, of course, an aus­pi­cious time for home-based busi­nesses and, to­day, also those who deal with homes and prop­erty. Unique and vi­sion­ary ideas take root as long as you can curb im­pa­tience or bossi­ness. Tonight: Read be­tween the lines.

TAURUS (APRIL 20-MAY 20)

The urge to spec­u­late or take a chance might seem pow­er­ful to­day. Use cau­tion, how­ever, where money is con­cerned. Deal­ings with chil­dren are also favoured, and preg­nan­cies are likely. Tonight: You can’t help but im­press oth­ers now.

GEMINI (MAY 21-JUNE 20)

To­day you know where you stand in terms of your fu­ture do­mes­tic life. A sit­u­a­tion that might have had you see­saw­ing be­comes more easily re­solv­able. Take time to mull over de­ci­sions, as thoughts are cloudy. Tonight: Early bed­time.

CANCER (JUNE 21-JULY 22)

Your lo­cal scene will be the fo­cus to­day. Love might be found just around the cor­ner. Let sib­lings, neighbours or friends fix you up. You could meet an in­trigu­ing, in­tel­li­gent new­comer with a worldly bent. This per­son could broaden your hori­zons con­sid­er­ably. Tonight: Cel­e­brate.

LEO (JULY 23-AUG. 22)

To­day brings ex­cit­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties on the fi­nan­cial front. Al­though much money might be spent, it’s just as pos­si­ble that a large sum comes your way. Those in teach­ing, pub­lish­ing or travel-re­lated oc­cu­pa­tions fare best. Tonight: Listen to a friend’s qualms about a per­sonal mat­ter.

VIRGO (AUG. 23-SEPT. 22)

You will want to have it all to­day, but choose wisely, es­pe­cially if it’s a love or money choice. Do not be sur­prised if an old love pops back into your life, forc­ing you to re-ex­am­ine mo­tives and val­ues. Tonight: As you like it.

LIBRA (SEPT. 23-OCT. 22)

You want time for soli­tary pur­suits to­day. You will not feel lonely, but re­plen­ished by this. Sleep, med­i­tate or be­gin work on a se­cret project in your spare time, just so long as you de­vote en­ergy to per­sonal needs. Tonight: Get a good night’s sleep.

SCORPIO (OCT. 23-NOV. 21)

Power strug­gles among friends or within groups could mar im­por­tant re­la­tion­ships. Oth­ers might be ar­gu­men­ta­tive. You will feel out of sorts and rest­less. Do not let any­one pres­sure you. Tonight: You take the night off.

SAGITTARIU­S (NOV. 22-DEC. 21)

You cer­tainly will not be bored to­day, as new ideas be­come ac­tion. Your only prob­lem might be in bit­ing off more than you can chew, as mul­ti­ple plans come to fruition all at once. Your mate and job vie for your at­ten­tion. Tonight: Cel­e­brate.

CAPRICORN (DEC. 22-JAN 19)

A fresh out­look and new at­ti­tude are found to­day. Friends cheer you with up­lift­ing ideas, and phys­i­cal en­ergy is high. Those of you who are cre­ative do out­stand­ing work now — work that even you can­not crit­i­cize. Tonight: Slow down.

AQUARIUS (JAN. 20-FEB. 18)

While op­por­tu­ni­ties for you or your part­ner to earn ex­tra money are plen­ti­ful, the money might dis­ap­pear just as quickly. It is not the day to take risks of any kind. Things are not as they seem — even yes­ter­day. Tonight: Talk it through pa­tiently.

PISCES (FEB. 19-MARCH 20)

Al­though a friend’s ro­man­tic dif­fi­cul­ties some­how ben­e­fit you, be cau­tious about mak­ing com­mit­ments. Have al­ter­nate so­cial plans made in case of change. As­so­ciates just can­not seem to make up their mind. Tonight: Add more fun to the mo­ment.

BORN TO­DAY:

pe­di­a­tri­cian Ben­jamin Spock (1903), ac­tor Dwayne John­son (1972), foot­baller David Beck­ham (1975)

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