Up & Coming Weekly

October 02, 2018

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OCTOBER 3-9, 2018 UCW 59 WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM WEEKLY HOROSCOPE NEWS OF THE WEIRD by the Editors at Andrews McMeel Syndication Compelling explanations While shopping at a Peoria, Illinois, Walmart on Sept. 20, an unnamed 30-year-old woman filled her cart but also added a few items to her back- pack: leggings, pencils, a quart of oil and a "Jesus Calling" Bible. After she paid for only the items in her cart, a loss prevention officer stopped her before she left the store. Peoria police were summoned, reported the Peoria Journal Star, and the woman ex- plained to them she was hoping the Bible could help her spiritually: "(She) told me that it sounds strange, but she was trying to be more Christian," an officer reported. She was charged with misdemeanor theft. [Journal Star, 9/21/2018] No good deed Tammie Hedges of Goldsboro, North Carolina, founded the nonprofit Crazy's Claws N Paws in 2013 to help low-income families with vet bills and pet supplies, so it was natural for her to take in 27 animals displaced by Hurricane Florence in September. Hedges treated many of the ani- mals, found in the streets or surren- dered by fleeing residents, with antibi- otics and painkillers for fleas, cuts and other ailments. For that, e Wash- ington Post reported, she was arrested on Sept. 21 for practicing veterinary medicine without a license, after an official from Wayne County Animal Services visited the warehouse where the animals were housed. Kathie Davidson, a volunteer with Claws N Paws, said: "If she hadn't done what she did, then they'll be charging her with animal neglect and cruelty. What was she supposed to do?" Hedges was released on bond, and the charges were later dropped. [e Washington Post, 9/24/2018] Bait and switch Ironman triathlete Jaroslav Bo- browski, 30, of Landshut, Bavaria, was banned Sept. 14 from Running Sushi, an all-you-can-eat restaurant, for eating too much sushi. e Local Ger- many reported Bobrowski, a former bodybuilder, ate close to 100 plates of sushi, which sent the restaurant into a panic and caused the owner and chef to tell him he was banished "because I'm eating too much." "He eats for five people," the owner complained. "at is not normal." [e Local Germany, 9/14/2018] ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 Keep track of your week, Aries. Review your schedule frequently. You never know which learning experiences will come your way. ink about how they make you feel. TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, your mind is buzzing like a bee and it can be challenging to find some time to relax. Do not worry, your thoughts will soon put you on the path you need to take. GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, some hectic mornings may be on the horizon. Schedule meetings in the afternoon when you are ready and have full brain power in effect. CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 ings may seem tight and rigid this week, Cancer. at just means it is up to you to lighten things up. Consider a few jokes to put coworkers in a good mood. LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, you need to look at your emotions intel- lectually this week; otherwise, your feelings may be hard to discern. ink through actions before you put them in motion. VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Prepare for some surprises this week, Virgo. Processes will be introduced either by you or someone close to you, with interesting results. is is your time to excel. LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Life is going well for you in most respects, Libra. But there is always room for a little improvement. Now is a great time to take ad- vantage of good fortune and push ahead. SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, this week you are likely working out something important in your mind that can help clarify your emotions. e answer you get may be different from what you expected. SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 Be careful not to overdo things this week, Sagittarius. You may want to jump right in to a gym workout or financial project. It's good to be exuberant, but exercise caution, too. CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 It is challenging to prevent your temper from getting the best of you sometimes, Capricorn. But hostility is not the way to handle a sticky situation. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, don't be surprised if one day this week you wake up with inspiration that wasn't there the night before. Keep an eye out for strokes of genius. PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 Sometimes you are prone to acting on im- pulse, Pisces. is week you need to align your head and heart on the same plane to forge ahead. Question: Will Travel Channel's "Hotel Impossible" be on anymore? at show makes you not want to stay at hotels anymore! – Dennis Matt Roush: I get a lot of questions like this, and it's almost impossible (no pun intended) to keep up with the comings and goings of these reality-based cable series. Often they're just in between seasons, and there's no predicting when they come on and off the schedule, but in the case of "Hotel," it's no longer in production. However, Travel Channel does make past episodes available on its app for devices like Roku, Amazon Fire and Apple TV, or the phone and on the channel's website. Question: [SPOILER ALERT] I finally got involved in "Shooter" on USA ... and they killed off Bobby Lee's wife Julie! With all the insanity and nonsense he put her through, she's gone? It kind of frustrated me and makes me not want to tune in anymore. Ridiculous turn of events. – Louise Matt Roush: Well, you'll at least be spared that problem, because there will be no more episodes of "Shooter" to tune into. is season turned out to be its last - and no, at the moment, no streaming service has stepped in to rescue it. But when I heard that this took place in the finale, I groaned even without watching. is kill-the-wife stunt is getting old. To submit questions to TV Critic Matt Roush, go to: tvinsider.com by Damian Holbrook Cheers to "e Americans" for getting a salute. After six seasons of awesome, FX's now-wrapped Russian spy drama was awarded an outstanding writing win for executive producers Joe Weis- berg and Joel Fields, while Matthew Rhys snagged lead actor. But who col- luded to ice out lead actress nominee Keri Russell? Jeers to "e Hosts" for not being very relevant. At best, Colin Jost and Mi- chael Che were fine. 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