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November 17, 2020

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WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM NOVEMBER 18-24, 2020 UCW 19 WEEKLY HOROSCOPE NEWS OF THE WEIRD by the Editors at Andrews McMeel Syndication Irony Bounty Cheramy, 22, smelling of alcohol and swaying back and forth, was arrested and charged with drunk driving after his Mazda alleg- edly struck an electronic traffic sign flashing the message, "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over," according to a police affidavit. Officers in Port Charlotte, Florida, said Cheramy told them he had been on his phone and "suddenly struck something" but was unsure what it was. His car sustained heavy front-end damage, and the nearby sign was wrecked, The Smoking Gun reported. The af- fidavit also noted Cheramy record- ed a blood alcohol content twice the legal limit in two breath tests. Compelling Explanation Tarrant County, Texas, Sheriff's Deputy Jay Allen Rotter, 36, called 911 to report that his girlfriend, Leslie Lynn Hartman, 46, had shot herself in the head with his duty weapon as they shared a hug in their bedroom, telling the dispatch- er he "would have stopped her if he could have," according to Denton police. But as police investigators analyzed physical evidence and Rotter's electronics over the follow- ing weeks, they came to identify Rotter as a suspect, leading to his arrest, reported NBC5. According to the arrest affidavit, the deputy had been active in a chat room called Discord that night, where he posted that he had "just sent a 9 millie in this ... hippie," and phone and computer records showed the two had been arguing about the shoot- ing of a milk carton in the backyard before the alleged murder. Rotter was charged with murder and tam- pering with evidence and is being held on $1.15 million bond in the Denton City Jail. Overreaction A 34-year-old Wichita, Kansas, man died after a disagreement over leftover barbecue beans escalated, KWCH reported. Ryan Speight returned to the home he shared with his uncle, David Staley, 57, and went to the kitchen, where Staley questioned him about eat- ing the beans, according to an arrest affidavit. Staley told police Speight became upset, pushing and punching Staley, who, in response, picked up a knife from the counter and "jabbed Ryan one time in the chest." Staley was charged with vol- untary manslaughter. Question: Now that Anna Faris won't be returning to "Mom," is there any chance they'll find some- one in her age range to join the show? Pauley Perrette is available again! — Sherry Matt Roush: None of the report- ing I've seen about the series so far indicates they're looking for someone to join the ensemble to make up for Anna leaving, but anything's possible. I figure "Mom" will deal with the implica- tions of Christy's departure for a while before starting to look for a new recruit. Besides, would it surprise you to learn that Jaime Pressly, who plays Jill, is actually younger than Anna Faris (by less than a year)? And Pauley Perrette is actually closer to Kristen John- ston in age. She'd made a great guest star, though! To submit questions to TV Critic Matt Roush, go to: tvinsider.com. By Damian Holbrook Cheers to "Dancing With the Stars" for finding a perfect new partner. Not only is Tyra Banks filling former host Tom Bergeron's shoes splendidly with often off- the-cuff commentary, but she also brings enough excitement and to- die-for style to fill the now-empty ballroom and reenergize the ABC series. Jeers to "Devils" hellacious ratings. More people should be watching this sharp Italian import, now on e CW. Patrick Dempsey ditches his "Grey's Anatomy" Mc- Dreamy image to play a nightmar- ishly enigmatic financier who may or may not be framing his protégé for murder. Just call us a Devils advocate. Jeers to More Un-Renewals. First it was "Stumptown," "I'm Sorry" and "e Society" being axed de- spite already having new seasons in the works, now we're losing "Glow" and the Kirsten Dunst comedy "On Becoming a God in Central Florida," which was re- newed last September. Guess the T in "TV" stands for Tease now. ARIES - March 21/April 20 Aries, creative energies may be high this week. You will have to find a way to channel them into something productive at work. Many ideas will come your way. TAURUS - April 21/May 21 Emotionally you should be feeling quite well this week, Taurus. It could be a perfect time for spending moments with a sweetheart or relax - ing with the kids. GEMINI - May 22/June 21 e week ahead certainly will not be boring, Gemini. e adventurous side of you wants to take some risks and tr y something that is normally off-limits. Move ahead slowly. CANCER - June 22/July 22 It is important to let others have their moments to shine, Cancer. is week, give others their due time, and do not interrupt when someone is offering his or her opinion. LEO - July 23/Aug. 23 Leo, at some point this week you may find your- self involved in a project that has piqued your interest for some time. As long as it doesn't con- sume all of your energ y, it can be productive. VIRGO - Aug. 24/Sept. 22 Use care with your words, Virgo. Some people may not pick up on your sense of humor. It is possible people may take things personally. LIBR A - Sept. 23/Oct. 23 Libra, this week you may find yourself in the perfect position to meet the right person. is person can be a love interest or a new friend. Invite him or her in with open arms.. SCORPIO - Oct. 24/Nov. 22 e planets may activate your subconscious mind which could play out in your dreams. Tr y to pay attention to your dreams this week and log the important details. SAGITTARIUS - Nov. 23/Dec. 21 Restlessness might be consuming you, Sagit - tarius. You may be tempted to get outside more often or plan a getaway, but unfortunately tasks at home and at work dominate. CAPRICORN - Dec. 22/Jan. 20 Of course you may want to get ever ything cor- rect on the first attempt, Capricorn. But that does not always happen. Keep tr ying because practice makes perfect. AQUARIUS - Jan. 21/Feb. 18 You may be feeling a little blue, Aquarius. Make a few minor changes to shake things up. A little change may be all you need to get over the blues. PISCES - Feb. 19/March 20 Increased pressures at work may strain your nerves a bit, Pisces. Time with your spouse, children and/or friends can help. VOLUME 14 | ISSUE 10 OCTOBER | 2020 Inspiring, educating, empowering and celebrating women in our community M A G A Z I N E Fayetteville Fall Flavors for Your Table Help for Women's Health Carve and Craft Pumpkin Art More inside: VOLUME 14 | ISSUE 9 SEPTEMBER | 2020 Inspiring, educating, empowering and celebrating women in our community M A G A Z I N E Help for Homeschooling Living Large in Small Spaces RV Homes and She Sheds Homeward Bound The Flight of the Monarch Mo's Heroes Founder ShaDonna McPhaul Helping Homeless Vets More inside: WELCOME HOME! VOLUME 14 | ISSUE 11 NOVEMBER | 2020 Inspiring, educating, empowering and celebrating women in our community M A G A Z I N E Easy Entertaining with Friends and Family Amplifying Thanks with a Grateful Attitude Destressing the Holidays Soup's On: Simple Suppers More inside: Simple Pleasures Simple Pleasures BY, FOR & ABOUT Inspiring, educating, empowering and celebrating women in our community

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