Up & Coming Weekly

November 03, 2020

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WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM NOVEMBER 4-10, 2020 UCW 19 WEEKLY HOROSCOPE NEWS OF THE WEIRD by the Editors at Andrews McMeel Syndication Armed and Clumsy A Pineville, Louisiana, police officer who reported he'd been "ambushed" has been accused of shooting himself instead, according to authorities. The Police Depart- ment said John Goulart Jr. originally claimed that he'd been shot once in the leg, and that a second shot had hit the rear door of his police car while he was at a shopping center. But Police Chief Don Weatherford told KALB: "(E)vidence led us to reinterviewing Officer Goulart Jr. and he admitted that he had not been truthful with us during the investigation." Goulart was charged with filing a false police report and malfeasance; he's also been placed on administrative leave. Frontiers of Farming Cockroach farms are not new in China, where the bugs have long been used in Chinese medicine, but a new facility near the city of Jinan is gaining attention as a way to deal with food waste while producing or- ganic protein supplements for ani- mal feeds. In four industrial-sized hangars, Australia's ABC News reported, rows of shelves are filled with food waste collected from restaurants through an elaborate system of pipes. A moat filled with roach-eating fish surrounds each building to keep the roaches from escaping. "In total there are 1 billion cockroaches," farm manager Yin Diansong said. "Every day they can eat 50 tonnes of kitchen waste." Bright Ideas In Botswana, cattle are left to graze and roam during the day, but that makes them vulnerable to at- tacks by lions, leopards and other carnivores, so two conservation bi- ologists from the University of New South Wales in Australia have come up with an idea to allow both cattle and cats to co-exist, NPR reported. Because big cats hunt using the element of surprise, the biologists came up with a way to make the predators believe they'd been seen by their prey and then abandon the hunt. "We tested this by painting one-third of a cattle herd with artifi- cial eye spots (on their backsides)," explained Cameron Radford, and over four years, "none of the cows that we painted with artificial eye spots were killed by ambush predators." Village chiefs and native farmers "look forward to us com- ing back and painting more eyes on bums," Radford said. Question: CBS announced that pro- duction has started on a number of shows, like "NCIS," "Magnum P.I.," etc. One show that I fell in love with last year seems to be MIA: the CBS supernatural drama "Evil." I'm start- ing to worry that it might have been canceled due to COVID-19. Please tell me you heard some good news. — Justin Matt Roush: "Evil" has not been can- celed and should be returning to pro- duction relatively soon. e last re- port I saw in the industry trades was that a green-light from the network and studio was imminent, so I'm hoping we'll eventually start seeing episodes (maybe by early 2021, if not earlier). "Evil" was one of my favorite new shows from last season, and if you need a refresher, the first season just started streaming on Netflix as well as its regular streaming home on CBS All Access. (e first season of "e Unicorn," my favorite new net- work comedy from last year, is also part of the Netflix licensing deal.) To submit questions to TV Critic Matt Roush, go to: tvinsider.com. By Damian Holbrook Cheers to "A.P. Bio" for delivering the chemistry. Saved by Peacock after NBC's cancellation, the sitcom about a grumpy genius (Glenn Howerton) teaching at an Ohio high school has matriculated into a "Parks and Recreation"-like comedy for public education thanks to a grade-A en- semble with Patton Oswalt, Paula Pell, Jean Villepique, Mary Sohn and Lyric Lewis. Jeers to Too Many Name changes. Streaming service CBS All Access announced it will rebrand as Para- mount+ next year, and now the Para- mount Network is slated to become the Paramount Movie Network. While Paramount Network's Kevin Costner-led drama "Yellowstone" will reportedly not be affected by the switch, will we even remember where to find it come 2021? Jeers to "e Boys" Stormfront for being so vile we can't even love to hate her. On Prime Video's dark sat- ire, the newest member of the twisted team of so-called good guys (Aya Cash) is so terrifying that we actually hope she doesn't survive the season. ARIES - March 21/April 20 Be prepared for some news at work. ere may be a change in the hierarchy or other manage- ment change. Stay calm, this could bode well. TAURUS - April 21/May 21 Taurus, someone new may come into your life and you could be completely enamored. is may be a romantic interest, or someone who simply understands your way of thinking. GEMINI - May 22/June 21 W hile technolog y already is ever-present in your life, this week you may be introduced to a new form technolog y in your home or place of work. CANCER - June 22/July 22 Cancer, you may find yourself drawn into online activities or a new hobby that you never previously considered. is may awaken a new interest in you and liven things up. LEO - July 23/Aug. 23 Leo, take a few moments this week to examine your finances. Spend time looking at recurring payments and where you can cut. Opt for a new form of recordkeeping . VIRGO - Aug. 24/Sept. 22 Strange developments may infiltrate your normally ordered schedule, Virgo. Even though situations may be outside of your wheelhouse, keep an open mind about all possibilities. LIBR A - Sept. 23/Oct. 23 Take a greater interest in movies, music or en - tertainment, Libra. It is always good to broaden your horizons. Plus, this will give you new subject matter for conversations. SCORPIO - Oct. 24/Nov. 22 Scorpio, this week you may have a strong urge to do something exciting or adventurous. You might want to book a spontaneous trip or ride a roller coaster. SAGITTARIUS - Nov. 23/Dec. 21 An unexpected career opportunity could be coming your way, Sagittarius. It's okay to be nervous, but focus more on the possibilities for advancement and excitement. CAPRICORN - Dec. 22/Jan. 20 New interests may capture your attention, Capricorn. Study different countries and their cultures to learn more about the world. en plan future trips to an inspiring locale. AQUARIUS - Jan. 21/Feb. 18 Aquarius, you may be at a crossroads in your life that has you wondering what the next step may be. Take advantage of increased online educa - tional possibilities. PISCES - Feb. 19/March 20 Pisces, if you have been pondering a reason to move, now may be the time to really put a plan into action. Start researching neighborhoods. Contributing Writers Wanted Join the Up & Coming team Contact editor@upandcomingweekly.com (910) 483-6200 Use your creative talents to promote community events (people, concerts, theater, festivals, sports, etc.) Basic writing and interviewing skills needed Intern opportunities available for college students

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