Astrol­ogy: Take a look at your daily horoscope

The Saratogian (Saratoga, NY) - - FRONT PAGE - Jac­que­line Bi­gar

Happy birth­day: for Satur­day, Nov. 16. This year, you be­come more will­ing to try out dif­fer­ent ideas. You will travel or be ex­posed to dif­fer­ent cul­tures. If sin­gle, you might meet some­one very dif­fer­ent. You could be en­chanted by this per­son. Make no fast com­mit­ments. If at­tached, the two of you might fi­nally plan for that spe­cial trip you often have dis­cussed. Do not al­low an ob­sta­cle to stop you. CAN­CER seems to un­der­stand you bet­ter than even you do!

Aries (March 21-April 19): ★★★ You are com­ing from a space where you are flex­i­ble and might be up for a wild scheme or idea. In the long run, if you head down this trail, you might want to re­verse tracks. Tonight: Main­tain a sense of hu­mor.

Taurus (April 20-May 20): ★★★★★ Great ideas seem to hatch when­ever you are around a friend who can seem im­prac­ti­cal. Though you might at first in­dulge this per­son, lis­ten­ing and play­ing with one of his or her con­cepts, you see a work­able ap­pli­ca­tion for an idea and like it. Tonight: Out and about.

Gem­ini (May 21-June 20): ★★★ Be aware of the costs of pro­ceed­ing as you have been. To some peo­ple, you are mag­i­cal in how you run with an idea and cre­ate suc­cess. Be care­ful with how in­volved you be­come with one of your more ex­pen­sive projects. Tonight: Make it your treat.

Can­cer (June 21-July 22): ★★★★★ You are per­son­al­ity-plus and could let the cat out of the bag. Pick and choose your com­pany and ac­tiv­i­ties. A daytrip could be ap­peal­ing, es­pe­cially with the right com­pany. Tonight: Just be your­self.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22): ★★★ Do not feel the need to van­ish; sim­ply take a low-key role. You have a lot on your mind that you could choose not to dis­cuss. If you feel un­com­fort­able or tired, pull back and go for the clas­sic mid­day nap. Tonight: Know when to call it a night.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): ★★★★★ Stay on top of a project that in­volves a friend. You will en­joy get­ting feed­back and mak­ing what­ever you are do­ing re­ward­ing and fun. For some, it might be paint­ing a room. For oth­ers, it could be bring­ing ev­ery­one to­gether for din­ner. Tonight: Where your friends are.

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): ★★★★ Oth­ers look to you to take the lead, whether at work, at a so­cial hap­pen­ing or when plan­ning an event. Wher­ever you are, crowds can be found too. You know what you want from a sit­u­a­tion and are likely to achieve just that. Tonight: Leader of the gang.

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): ★★★★ Keep reach­ing out for some­one you usu­ally do not have time to visit with. Catch­ing up on news, swap­ping some jokes and en­joy­ing the mo­ment marks your day. Plan a get-to­gether soon. Tonight: Be en­ter­tained. Go to the movies or a concert.

Sagittariu­s (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): ★★★★ One-on-one re­lat­ing helps draw an in­ter­est­ing plan. You and a dear friend de­cide to take off for an ad­ven­ture de­signed just for you. You will re­lax and re­new your spirit. Tonight: Feel free to stay out late.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): ★★★★★ De­fer to a loved one or dear friend. To­gether you seem like lit­tle kids, en­joy­ing your­selves to no end. You might en­joy a brisk walk, per­haps around a lake or creek, at some point in the day. Tonight: Do not push some­one too hard to get your way.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): ★★★ Pace your­self be­cause you want to get a lot done. Feed­back seems more than avail­able if you are open. A friend who can be a bit grumpy could share some in­sight­ful feed­back. Re­main open. Tonight: Make it easy.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): ★★★★★ Your cre­ativ­ity emerges when deal­ing with a child or a new friend. Go with his or her sug­ges­tion and let out the child within. The two of you have more fun be­ing silly to­gether. Tonight: A friend could be de­mand­ing at the last minute.

Born today: Co­me­dian Pete David­son (1993), actress Mag­gie Gyl­len­haal (1977), actress Martha Plimp­ton (1970)

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