Saturday, April 19, 2014
FAIRFIELD-SUISUN, CALIFORNIA
99 CENTS

Horoscopes for Dec. 8, 2013

By
From page D4 | December 08, 2013 | Leave Comment

Shakespeare wrote, “Assume a virtue, if you have it not.” The problem is that not everyone is good at pretending. The Pisces moon helps in this matter, lending great powers of imitation. Those who dare to enact their virtue will be so convincing that by the end of the day they actually may have the virtue they are pretending to have.

ARIES (March 21-April 19). What if you found out that the whole world was made for you instead of the other way around? Would it change the way you enjoy it? Today’s pleasures are not to be missed.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You’re in the mood to work whether or not you have to. It will feel good to know you’re getting ahead. Your excellence today paves the way for greater excellence in the future.

GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You’ll feel better because you make the conscious choice to see things around you differently. You don’t actually have to change anything you do. Just flirting with another point of view is enough to make a difference.

CANCER (June 22-July 22). You’re ready to take some advice – the kind that will require several hours to follow. Since you’re going to be putting a great deal of effort into this, you should listen exclusively to those with a proven success story.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Group efforts are favored. You’ll be interacting with people you don’t know well. When conflict arises, welcome it. This is an opportunity to see who you’re really dealing with.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Before you do what you planned, consider that your day could go a few different ways and that your options drastically differ. Think of that person you admire so much. What would that person choose?

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). There will be some kind of frenzy to contend with. It may seem that no one is looking out for you. This is a sign that it’s on you to see that your own best interests are served.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Anyone who talks about what kind of person they are is waving a major red flag in your face. Usually, people are the opposite of what they proclaim, at least some of the time.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You have stories you haven’t learned how to tell yet. Casual conversation will lead to self-revelation. People who find you interesting will help you figure out which topics you could mine.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). You’ll do the job you were assigned to the best of your ability regardless of impediments such as difficult people with horrible personalities. You’ll get your chance to speak up, but not today.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). The reason you don’t want to accept help is that at this juncture, you wish to rise to a level of personal confidence that can only be developed through self-reliance.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You’ll exercise your will, but whether you get your way or not will seem to be under someone else’s control – for now. You count, and your actions will matter in the long run.

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY. No more distractions. It’s your year to fully live in the moments. Your needs collide with the needs of others in January, and the crash results in a beauty that no one could have planned. There’s a chance for stellar publicity in February. As your reach expands so does your wallet. Spring brings love in abundance. Libra and Virgo people adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 5, 3, 22, 11 and 9.

FORECAST FOR THE WEEK AHEAD: Mars newly traversing Libra will set a cooperative tone for ambitious endeavors, but not right away. First comes the shakeup. The spirit of cooperation will settle in after the dust does. Egos have to be adjusted. While the order is being established, some people will fight for a different position from the one people want to put them in. It may help to realize that no position is really better or worse except in the mind of an individual. It’s all about what best suits the individual personalities.

Another theme of the week hits on a more personal level: Love hurts, and it heals. Water-sign trines help us realize that the disease and the medicine are one and the same. Also, there’s a rainbow of other things love does in between the first flinch and the curative moment. Love’s process may knock us around, but this storm will quickly pass. Even when we feel all better, we won’t be the same. We’ll either be immune to what we experienced, or we’ll be more vulnerable to it and therefore aware that we must avoid it in the future.

CELEBRITY PROFILES: As a young girl, Nicki Minaj created fantasy characters and alter egos to escape from the turmoil of reality. Sagittarius is the sign of adventurers, and a rich fantasy life can stand in when real-life adventures are not possible. Minaj was born when the sun, Mercury, Venus, Uranus and Neptune were all in the passionate, fiery sign of Sagittarius.

If you would like to write to Holiday Mathis, please go to www.creators.com and click on “Write the Author” on the Holiday Mathis page, or you may send her a postcard in the mail.

Holiday Mathis

LEAVE A COMMENT

Discussion | No comments

The Daily Republic does not necessarily condone the comments here, nor does it review every post. Read our full policy

.

Solano News

Solano unemployment inches downward

By Barry Eberling | From Page: A1, 1 Comment

 
Transplant recipients talk about their best gifts

By Amy Maginnis-Honey | From Page: A1 | Gallery

 
Fairfield council candidates weigh in on crime

By Ryan McCarthy | From Page: A3, 1 Comment | Gallery

 
Police release name of woman found dead in Fairfield canal

By Ryan McCarthy | From Page: A3 | Gallery

 
Spering, Bertani spar over fighting crime

By Ryan McCarthy | From Page: A3, 14 Comments | Gallery

 
Congregation invites public to Easter music, message

By Amy Maginnis-Honey | From Page: A4

 
Five homes featured on Symphony Home Tour

By Amy Maginnis-Honey | From Page: A4

 
 
Local woman helps spread Easter joy

By Amy Maginnis-Honey | From Page: B12 | Gallery

Weather for April 19, 2014

By Daily Republic | From Page: B13

 
.

US / World

California farmers to get more water

By The Associated Press | From Page: A1

 
Teen sentenced in Oakland toddler’s killing

By The Associated Press | From Page: A4

More Latino than white students admitted to UC

By The Associated Press | From Page: A4, 2 Comments

 
From Clinton to Obama, many parallels

By The Associated Press | From Page: A5, 1 Comment

Study: Half of jailed NYC youths have brain injury

By The Associated Press | From Page: A5

 
PG&E to be arraigned in fatal pipeline blast

By The Associated Press | From Page: A5

Mom and son who died in San Francisco fire ID’d

By The Associated Press | From Page: A5

 
3 alleged gang members convicted of murder

By The Associated Press | From Page: A5

Health care site flagged in Heartbleed review

By The Associated Press | From Page: A5

 
Easter on 4/20, pot holy day; pastors reach out

By The Associated Press | From Page: A8, 2 Comments

Colorado deaths stoke worries about pot edibles

By The Associated Press | From Page: A8

 
NASA’s moon-orbiting robot crashes down as planned

By The Associated Press | From Page: A8

Atheist national conference aims at Mormon church

By The Associated Press | From Page: A8, 1 Comment

 
Man who avoided prison is overwhelmed by support

By The Associated Press | From Page: A9

Teen suspended for asking Miss America to prom

By The Associated Press | From Page: A9

 
White House updating online privacy policy

By The Associated Press | From Page: A9

SpaceX making Easter delivery of station supplies

By The Associated Press | From Page: A9

 
Sudden movement raises alarm in Wyoming slide area

By The Associated Press | From Page: A9

Some countries get Obama, but want his wife, too

By The Associated Press | From Page: A9, 1 Comment

 
In Egypt, a corruption watchdog hit by backlash

By The Associated Press | From Page: A12

Military scales down, modifies Guam buildup plan

By The Associated Press | From Page: A13

 
Captain of sunken SKorean ferry arrested

By The Associated Press | From Page: A13

Avalanche sweeps down Everest, killing at least 12

By The Associated Press | From Page: A13

 
Diplomacy doesn’t move insurgents in Ukraine

By The Associated Press | From Page: A14

Magnitude-7.2 earthquake shakes Mexican capital

By The Associated Press | From Page: A14

 
57-nation OSCE plays key Ukraine monitoring role

By The Associated Press | From Page: A14

Ukraine crisis: The turning points

By The Associated Press | From Page: A14

 
.

Opinion

Cheers, jeers for the week of April 13-19, 2014

By Daily Republic | From Page: A11

 
Editorial Cartoons for April 19, 2014

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: A11

 
Here we go again in Sacramento

By Letter to the Editor | From Page: A11, 7 Comments

 
.

Living

Today in History for April 19, 2014

By The Associated Press | From Page: A2

 
Community Calendar: April 19, 2014

By Susan Hiland | From Page: A2

Seniors, it’s never too late to do something about your health

By Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar | From Page: B7

 
Horoscopes for April 19, 2014

By Holiday Mathis | From Page: B7

.

Entertainment

TVGrid

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B10

 
Prince reaches agreement with music label

By The Associated Press | From Page: B14

‘The Boondocks’ back for final ‘offensive’ season

By The Associated Press | From Page: B14

 
A nutty finale for ‘Scandal,’ TV’s craziest show

By The Associated Press | From Page: B14

Stratocaster still a favorite at 60

By The Associated Press | From Page: B14

 
.

Sports

Hertl has impressive playoff debut for Sharks

By The Associated Press | From Page: B1

 
Warriors and Clippers take dislike to playoffs

By The Associated Press | From Page: B1

Big innings lift Mustangs over Indians

By Paul Farmer | From Page: B1 | Gallery

 
Ross, Padres beat Cain and Giants 2-1

By The Associated Press | From Page: B1 | Gallery

A’s come out swinging to beat Astros 11-3

By The Associated Press | From Page: B1

 
Warriors to start O’Neal for Bogut vs. Clippers

By The Associated Press | From Page: B1

NBA playoffs looking more wide-open than expected

By The Associated Press | From Page: B2

 
Source: Grizzlies’ G Calathes suspended for 20 games

By The Associated Press | From Page: B2

Avalanche sweeps down Everest, killing at least 12

By The Associated Press | From Page: B2

 
Mets trade 1B Ike Davis to Pirates

By The Associated Press | From Page: B2

TNT’s Sager to miss NBA playoffs due to leukemia

By The Associated Press | From Page: B2

 
Nadal ousted by Ferrer in Monte Carlo quarters

By The Associated Press | From Page: B2 | Gallery

A’s lefty reliever Doolittle gets 5-year deal

By The Associated Press | From Page: B2, 1 Comment | Gallery

 
’40-and-up club’: Ageless Hopkins after more belts

By The Associated Press | From Page: B2

Jimenez shoots 65 to lead Greater Gwinnett field

By The Associated Press | From Page: B2

 
Solano scores in ninth for 2-1 BVC baseball win over Yuba

By Daily Republic staff | From Page: B2

Choi leads rain-delayed RBC Heritage

By The Associated Press | From Page: B2 | Gallery

 
NBA’s Silver wants age limit change, no rush on others

By The Associated Press | From Page: B2

.

Business

Judge says American can’t end retiree benefits yet

By The Associated Press | From Page: B10

 
Mazda recalls 109,000 older SUVs for rust problem

By The Associated Press | From Page: B10

5 features an Amazon phone might offer

By The Associated Press | From Page: B10

 
.

Obituaries

Sealwyn Shirley Brucefield Shepherd Malkiewicz

By Nancy Green | From Page: A4

 
.

Comics

Wizard of Id

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B6

 
Zits

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B6

Garfield

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B6

 
Frank and Ernest

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B6

Get Fuzzy

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B6

 
Peanuts

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B6

Sally Forth

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B6

 
For Better or Worse

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B6

Beetle Bailey

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B6

 
Rose is Rose

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B6

B.C.

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B6

 
Baby Blues

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B6

Pickles

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B6

 
Baldo

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B6

Blondie

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B6

 
Dilbert

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B6

Word Sleuth

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B7

 
Sudoku

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B7

Bridge

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B7

 
Cryptoquote

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B7

Crossword

By Daily Republic Syndicated Content | From Page: B7

 
.

Home Seller 04/19/14

Summerwood features 8 new homes in Suisun

By Daily Republic | From Page: HSR2

Real estate transactions for April 19, 2014

By Daily Republic | From Page: HSR3

Average US 30-year mortgage rate falls to 4.27 percent

By The Associated Press | From Page: HSR3