Up & Coming Weekly

March 02, 2021

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WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM MARCH 3-9, 2021 UCW 19 WEEKLY HOROSCOPE NEWS OF THE WEIRD by the Editors at Andrews McMeel Syndication Least Competent Criminal On Jan. 7, police received a call from a 7-Eleven store in Lehi, Utah, where earlier in the day a man wearing a "sheriff's deputy" jacket stole a dough- nut, then left in a white pickup truck. KUTV reported that Lehi police exam- ined surveillance video and tracked the truck to a nearby motel parking lot, where they knocked on the door of 47-year-old Daniel Mark Wright, who was staying there. As officers spoke with Wright, they saw a Salt Lake County Sheriff's jacket hanging in the room's closet. They arrested Wright for impersonation of an officer and theft, along with receiving or transfer of a stolen vehicle in relation to the truck. Wright, his companion, Christian Ol- son, and another accomplice are also under investigation for racketeering. What's in a Name? Before social distancing and masks became the world's norm, CBS News reported on Jan. 12, Paul O'Sullivan of Baltimore was noodling around on Facebook one night, searching for oth- er Paul O'Sullivans. Several of those he found accepted his friend request, which was when he noticed that some were musicians, as he was. Baltimore Paul, as he's known, reached out to others, and eventually he and three others formed the Paul O'Sullivan Band. Manchester Paul plays bass; Pennsylvania Paul is the percussion- ist; and Baltimore Paul and Rotter- dam Paul play guitar and sing. They recorded a single at the beginning of 2020, but when COVID hit, they thought it was a great opportunity to make a whole album. "It feels great to be able to contact people on the other side of the world when you're in lock- down because you don't feel alone at the moment," commented Rotterdam Paul. "If you learn to play an instru- ment, it can help you through some dark times," said Manchester Paul." Government in Action Bigfoot hunters in Oklahoma will be happy to know that their pastime could get its own season, KOKH re- ported. State Rep. Justin Humphrey introduced a bill on Jan. 20 asking the Oklahoma Wildlife Commission to establish a Bigfoot hunting season, "set annual season dates and cre- ate any necessary specific hunting licenses and fees." Southeastern and south-central Oklahoma is infamous for Bigfoot sightings, including a large festival (canceled this year because of COVID-19). If passed, the bill would become effective in November. Question: I'm really jonesing for the return of "Evil." What is CBS's plan? Are they waiting for more people to discover it on Netflix? — Justin Matt Roush: e Netflix exposure is just the lifeline "Evil" needed, and I'm as eager as you to see new episodes. Evil reportedly got a relatively late start in production last fall, so I'd expect we may see the second season sometime in the spring. Question: Please tell me there is interest in "Filthy Rich" from another network? It is just plain fun — remember those shows? — Debbie Matt Roush: Having been around for the glory years of those prime-time soaps that dominated the 1980s and '90s, I do remember those days. Sadly, with only a short season's worth of episodes and no momentum, the likeli- hood of someone coming to this show's rescue is slim to none. To submit questions to TV Critic Matt Roush, go to: tvinsider.com. By Damian Holbrook Cheers to "Name at Tune" for giving Jane Krakowski her much-deserved spotlight. Armed with a killer mix of Broadway training and comic timing, the actress makes a pitch-perfect host for Fox's reboot of the beloved musical game show. Cheers to "e Rookie" for charting a new course for Officer Nolan. Even though he's been cleared of all charges after being framed by his shady ex-mentor, the LAPD newbie (Na- than Fillion) will deal with his fall from grace within the squad this season. at means more shots for the ABC drama to brandish its secret weapon: Fillion's sharp dramatic chops. Jeers to "e Bold Type's" Meek Exit. For its fifth and final season, Freeform's top-notch soap about three gal pals (Katie Stevens, Aisha Dee and Meghann Fahy) in the publishing biz is only get- ting a paltry six episodes to wrap things up. at type of move isn't bold, it's just bull. ARIES - March 21/April 20 Expect to be in high demand this week, Aries. You have the time and energ y to give to others, so make the most of each chance to lend some- one a helping hand. TAURUS - April 21/May 21 Now is a good time to focus on your relation- ships, Taurus. ere may be a close friend who can use a little more attention from a confi- dante and you can fill that role. GEMINI - May 22/June 21 ere is work to be done, Gemini. If your work space is a tad chaotic, then hunker down some- where less hectic. is can provide the right environment for focus. CANCER - June 22/July 22 Cancer, make a habit of finding the silver lining to any situation. is shift in attitude can bring more positivity and sunshine into your life, particularly when you need it most. LEO - July 23/Aug. 23 Shift your focus to your home life, Leo. Find various ways to make things more pleasant at home so it can be the respite that it should be. VIRGO - Aug. 24/Sept. 22 You are usually better at focusing on the tasks at hand than most other astrological signs, Virgo. Don't be hard on yourself if you get a tad distracted in the next few days. LIBR A - Sept. 23/Oct. 23 Get a firm grasp on your finances this week, Libra. Start browsing your bank accounts so you have a better idea of your spending. is way you can better plan for the future. SCORPIO - Oct. 24/Nov. 22 Normally you are ver y good at keeping your emotions in check, Scorpio. However, letting others see what's beneath the surface can be beneficial to you in the weeks to come. SAGITTARIUS - Nov. 23/Dec. 21 Take your foot off of the accelerator, Sagittarius. You don't have to race to the finish line; enjoy the scener y for a change. Stop as many times as you can along the way. CAPRICORN - Dec. 22/Jan. 20 Capricorn, no matter how much time you want to devote to your personal goals, you just may find that other activities require much more attention than you anticipated. AQUARIUS - Jan. 21/Feb. 18 Aquarius, don't be surprised if you have your patience tested a bit this week, especially at the workplace. You'll find a way to come out shining, however. PISCES - Feb. 19/March 20 Take a big, deep breath and focus on all the good things in your life, Pisces. is will help you ride out any rough spots that crop up. PARENTS! PARENTS! 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