HORO­SCOPES

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Aries (March 21-April 19): You have much to say, but it’s also a mat­ter of how you say it. There’s a fine line be­tween sell­ing your idea and twist­ing some­one’s arm. Ad­dress a per­son’s con­cerns but once you make your coun­ter­point, al­low the con­ver­sa­tion to move on to an­other topic. De­liver your mes­sage with tact and pre­ci­sion.

Tau­rus (April 20-May 20): Your mind kicks into fo­cus es­pe­cially when think­ing about your fi­nances. Con­sider your op­tions to in­crease your in­come or to bet­ter man­age your in­vest­ments. Fo­cus on gen­er­at­ing po­ten­tial, rather than list­ing what you lack.

Gem­ini (May 21-June 20): You could be long­ing for some­thing or some­one and it’s dif­fi­cult to keep fan­tasies to your­self to­day. Turn up the vol­ume on what’s stream­ing in your heart, even if you never tell an­other soul. If you don’t foster strong yearn­ings, then you might lose cu­rios­ity for paths not taken.

Can­cer (June 21-July 22): Covert com­mu­ni­ca­tion works in your fa­vor to­day. Ob­vi­ously, you don’t need to move around like a spy, cod­ing mes­sages or dip­ping into al­ley­ways. Con­tact some­one and hash out an is­sue that’s not for pub­lic con­sump­tion. Or take time for self-re­flec­tion On June 2, 1886, Pres­i­dent Grover Cleve­land, 49, mar­ried Frances Fol­som, 21, in the Blue Room of the White House. (To date, Cleve­land is the only pres­i­dent to marry in the ex­ec­u­tive man­sion.) to bet­ter un­der­stand your feel­ings.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22): A lively dis­cus­sion with friends moves you along a dif­fer­ent train of thought. How­ever, you may need to think things through by tack­ling a low-en­ergy chore to­day, like wash­ing the dishes. Then busy your­self with an­other sim­ple task.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Your mind’s abuzz with plans for your ca­reer path. There’s no rea­son to con­ceal any­thing out of fear. Plans can change when in de­vel­op­ment. It’s best to wait un­til you’re cer­tain about which di­rec­tion des­tiny will lead. Lao Tzu wrote, “Those who know, don’t speak.”

Li­bra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): You’re look­ing for ways to match your ideals with pos­i­tive and prac­ti­cal changes in the world around you. At first, it’s tough to fig­ure out whom to as­sist from the many causes that need sup­port now. Thank­fully, you can al­ways start with those in your com­mu­nity.

Scor­pio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): No mat­ter if a glass is half full or half empty with wa­ter when you’re thirsty. You just need to drink. Im­bibe what comes your way with hu­mor. You’re bound to stay in the game and avoid bore­dom re­gard­less. Au­thor Lisa Sugar wrote, “You have to bal­ance

Mark Twain was quoted by the New York Jour­nal as say­ing from Lon­don that “the re­port of my death was an ex­ag­ger­a­tion.”

In 1897,

In 1953, the corona­tion of Queen El­iz­a­beth II took place in Lon­don’s West­min­ster Abbey.

In 1966, U.S. space probe Sur­veyor 1 landed on the moon and be­gan trans­mit­ting your pas­sions, not your time.”

Sagit­tar­ius (Nov. 22Dec. 21): Some­times it’s the lit­tle ways you ap­pre­ci­ate a loved one that mat­ter the most. You’re aware that you need to give more at­ten­tion to the im­por­tant peo­ple in your life. You can keep your demon­stra­tions sim­ple or build your ex­pres­sion of grat­i­tude into a grand crescendo.

Capri­corn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Your metic­u­lous cal­cu­la­tions fo­cus on im­prov­ing your health. You might crave more data and de­tail, mo­ti­vat­ing you to count your calo­ries or track your daily steps. How­ever, there’s no rea­son to ob­sess over the num­bers now. Strive for your per­sonal best, and keep grow­ing.

Aquar­ius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Estab­lish­ing a sus­tain­able rhythm is tricky, but, rest as­sured, you will find it. Para­dox­i­cally, start­ing with plea­sure might ac­tu­ally ac­cel­er­ate pro­duc­tiv­ity. As long as your ini­tial dis­trac­tion is tem­po­rary, a lit­tle fun en­ables you to stay even-keeled.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): En­ter­tain­ing friends could prove very ful­fill­ing for you. Call up your clos­est pals and ask them to meet some­where in the neigh­bor­hood. Chances are high that some­one will want to talk your head off about a com­plex is­sue. Take the time to lis­ten.

de­tailed pho­tographs of the lu­nar sur­face.

In 1986, for the first time, the pub­lic could watch the pro­ceed­ings of the U.S. Se­nate on tele­vi­sion as a six-week ex­per­i­ment be­gan.

In 2004, the syn­di­cated TV game show “Jeop­ardy!” be­gan air­ing con­tes­tant Ken Jen­nings’ 74-game win­ning streak.

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