If it’s your birth­day


SAM Spe­cial alert! Vice pres­i­dent pence will hit the Big ap­ple to­day, Fri­day. He’s ex­pected to touch down at LaGuardia in the late morn­ing, mak­ing his way to Man­hat­tan in the East 50’s between Fifth and park aves. He’ll stay in Mid­town un­til his de­par­ture in late af­ter­noon-early evening. If you’re catch­ing a flight at LGa, es­pe­cially 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., al­low an ex­tra 20 to 30 min­utes. The Grand Cen­tral park­way, RFK-Tri­boro Bridge, and FDR will be af­fected, as well as Fifth ave.

How about dem Jets! Who would’ve thought that af­ter 5 games they’d be in first place squar­ing off against their neme­sis, the New Eng­land pa­tri­ots? The win­ner will take sole pos­ses­sion of first place (for­get the Bills). I’m ex­pect­ing a sell-out crowd for the big­gest NFL game of the year so far in the Mead­ow­lands. Kick-off is at 1 p.m. Sun­day so traf­fic will start form­ing at the Hud­son River cross­ings at 11 a.m. with ju­bi­lant (I hope) fans re­turn­ing around 5 p.m.

at Madi­son Square Gar­den, the Knicks will face the Wizards at 7:30 p.m. on Fri­day for a pre­sea­son match. On Satur­day, the Rangers will take over for a 7 p.m. face­off against the Devils. Then, on Sun­day, Guns N’ Roses will take the stage for a 7:30 p.m. per­for­mance.

The Rock N’ Roll Brook­lyn Half Marathon, from 7 a.m. to noon, will shut down roads near prospect park, in­clud­ing Grand army plz., East­ern pkwy between You seem to be a step ahead of your­self, though you might want to slow down a lit­tle and let events de­velop be­fore tak­ing ac­tion. You know what di­rec­tion you’re headed, though over the next few sea­sons, ad­di­tional in­for­ma­tion will come to light, and you will have op­por­tu­ni­ties you were not ex­pect­ing. So take things gen­tly; the fu­ture comes upon us fast enough. You share a birth­day with paul Si­mon, Sacha Baron Co­hen, and ashanti. MaRCH 21-apRIL 19 part of your self-care rou­tine must in­volve full aware­ness of what you put into your body. The old adage “you are what you eat” was never truer than it is to­day. That in­cludes ev­ery last thing you might eat or drink. Be con­scious of what that is, and take noth­ing for granted. apRIL 20-MaY 20 If you can take some time to your­self this week­end, it will do you good. Once you set­tle down and drop your guard, you’ll dis­cover a world of feel­ings that will nour­ish you and re­fresh your mind. No mat­ter how busy you are, try to take an hour or two and set­tle into your­self. MaY 21-JUNE 20 as one born un­der the sign of the twins, lan­guage, thought and ideas are your pri­mary source of nour­ish­ment. Cu­rios­ity is a form of hunger, and you can nour­ish your­self with your own mind. Keep your sense of hu­mor, which is your best as­set. The mean­ing of life is a pun or rid­dle. JUNE 21-JULY 22 There’s lots of dis­cus­sion of ‘priv­i­lege’ th­ese days, and ev­ery­one seems to want to move up a notch. Your so­lar chart is sug­gest­ing that you fully ap­pre­ci­ate where you are in life right now, be­cause it’s pretty good. You have ex­cel­lent ad­van­tages work­ing for you, and some truly un­usual op­por­tu­ni­ties. JULY 23-aUG. 22 The Moon in your sign for the next two days will lift your spir­its, and of­fer you a nice stream of good ideas. De­spite the pre­vail­ing mad­ness in the world, you are wel­come to en­vi­sion your fu­ture, and think boldly about the life you want to live and the places you want to go. aUG. 23-SEpT. 22 For some weeks, there’s been a Venus-Mars con­junc­tion in your birth sign. This can have odd man­i­fes­ta­tions in the outer world (such as too much com­pet­i­tive­ness), though the real mes­sage is to stay in har­mony with both your in­ner man and in­ner wo­man. as the con­junc­tion dis­solves, re­mem­ber. OCT. 23-NOV. 21 One pur­pose of your ca­reer is to feed you, but the larger pur­pose is to feed oth­ers. This can take many forms: lead­er­ship, sup­port­ing oth­ers, or ac­tu­ally of­fer­ing food to the peo­ple around you. This is an im­por­tant and very old tra­di­tion, and you have an op­por­tu­nity to keep it alive. NOV. 22-DEC. 21 Jupiter’s ingress into your neigh­bor­ing sign Scorpio is of­fer­ing you the ben­e­fits of a wise and lov­ing guardian an­gel. You are car­ry­ing pro­tec­tion. You have ex­cel­lent in­for­ma­tion. The ques­tion is: what are you plan­ning to do with those as­sets? The an­swer is: you sim­ply must fol­low your dreams. DEC. 22-JaN. 19 Your star is ris­ing, though you must pro­ceed with hu­mil­ity and with a sense of a be­gin­ner’s mind. Don’t be an ex­pert. Be some­one who seeks the truth. an ex­ceed­ingly im­por­tant part of your lead­er­ship role in­volves re­solv­ing con­flicts rather than per­pet­u­at­ing them. Keep an hon­est di­a­log go­ing. JaN. 20-FEB. 18 Jupiter is now mak­ing con­tact with the mid­heaven an­gle of your so­lar chart. Though most as­trologers as­so­ci­ate this tran­sit with fame and for­tune, I as­so­ci­ate it with ac­count­abil­ity. This tran­sit, which will last for a whole year, is a re­minder to be at your im­pec­ca­ble best all the time. FEB. 19-MaRCH 20 Venus and Mars have been work­ing their way through your re­la­tion­ship house for sev­eral weeks. Ro­man­tic as it sounds, this has not been all sweet­ness and starlight, how­ever. It’s been an ex­er­cise in set­ting bound­aries and stan­dards that you must up­hold. Be grate­ful for your self-re­spect.

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