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September 21, 2021

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WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM SEPTEMBER 22-28, 2021 UCW 19 WEEKLY HOROSCOPE NEWS OF THE WEIRD by the Editors at Andrews McMeel Syndication Government in Action The city of Naples, Florida, has spent more than $340,000 over the last three years suing the owners of seawalls that officials say are in disrepair and pose a danger to citizens, Wink News reported. The city and property owners have gone around and around about who owns the seawalls, and the lawsuits continued even after an engineer hired by Naples determined that only one of the seawalls was actually failing. Finally, in May, an arbitrator declared that the seawalls are owned by the city of Naples. "Procrastination and wasting money of the taxpayers is complete," announced the new mayor, Teresa Heitmann. Extreme Reaction Soccer fans are known to be passionate about their sport, but at a game in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma, it was the referee who lost control. Davi Bathez issued a red card to a player during an adult league game, which ignited a scuffle amongst players. According to WKRC-TV, Bathez went to his truck and retrieved his firearm, which he fired toward the player and the crowd. Then he hopped in his vehicle and sped away, but police caught up with him quickly and confiscated his .38-caliber handgun. No one was injured in the incident. Bathez was charged with feloniously pointing a firearm. Puppy Le Pew A Nylabone dog treat plant in Neptune City, New Jersey, has neighbors holding their noses. "It's nauseating," Linda Wil- liamson, who lives nearby, told NBC New York. Nylabone Pres- ident Glen Axelrod said the company has spent more than $2 million on odor abatement, charcoal filters and other fixes. "If it were a bakery, you'd be smelling baked food," he said. But ... it's not. "You can't enjoy your own yard in this beautiful neighborhood," complained Linda Colucci. While neighbors consult with lawyers, Axelrod said the company will continue to explore solutions to the nox- ious odors. Question: With Sandra Oh in the Netflix series "e Chair," does this mean "Killing Eve" won't be back? I sure would miss the terrific Jodie Comer. — Unsigned Matt Roush: Sandra Oh was able to film the six episodes of "e Chair" between seasons of "Killing Eve." But steel yourself, because the fourth season of Eve currently in production will be the last. Even so, this won't be the last you'll see of Jodie Comer. is series put Jodie on everyone's radar, and I can't wait to see what she does next. (She's currently co-starring in the hit movie "Free Guy," so don't be surprised if a major movie ca- reer is in her future.) To submit questions to TV Critic Matt Roush, go to: tvinsider. com. By Damian Holbrook Cheers to "Wicked in Concert" for offering us some "Glee." PBS's salute to the Oz-some mu- sical brought together former New Directions powerhouses Alex Newell and Amber Riley, as well as frequent "Glee" guests — and O.G. Wicked stars — Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel. Mr. Schue would be so proud. Jeers to "Stranger ings" for being such a stranger. It's al- ready been two years since Net- flix took us to the Upside Down and now its vague teasers are saying Season 4 won't happen until sometime next year. At this rate, heroic teen Eleven (Mil- lie Bobby Brown) is going to be about 20 when we see her again. Jeers to All of ese not-so-lim- ited Series. Forget fake news, TV is all about the fake-out now: Bryan Cranston's Showtime drama "Your Honor" and HBO's hotel satire "e White Lotus" were each hailed as one-and- done events, but now they're both coming back. How about we just call them shows and stop with the limitations? ARIES - March 21/April 20 Attention to detail is ver y important this week, Aries. Be sure not to lose your focus as things you do will be highly scrutinized by others. Ask a third part y to check your work. TAURUS - April 21/May 21 Give others room to breathe and respect how they're feeling in certain situations, Taurus. Just because you feel comfortable doesn't mean others will as well. GEMINI - May 22/June 21 Gemini, reminisce about those people with whom you had strong connections. If you lost touch, this can be a great time to rekindle relationships and move for ward. CANCER - June 22/July 22 Feel out the crowd and make adjustments to the way you interact with others based on the vibe you're getting, Cancer. If people are outgoing and boisterous, follow suit. LEO - July 23/Aug. 23 Maintain a positive outlook in regard ever y- thing you encounter this week, Leo. A posi- tive perspective can make all the difference when a lot is on your plate. VIRGO - Aug. 24/Sept. 22 Virgo, a quest to discover something new about yourself could prove fruitful. Take an introspective approach to the next few days and be ready to learn something new. LIBR A - Sept. 23/Oct. 23 is could be an extremely creative week for you, Libra. Afford time for artsy pursuits and you may be surprised at what you can cre- ate. You may discover a new passion. SCORPIO - Oct. 24/Nov. 22 Scorpio, you're not t ypically one who excels with last-minute details. erefore, start planning on an upcoming event and make sure you have all of your ducks in a row. SAGITTARIUS - Nov. 23/Dec. 21 Listen to your emotions, Sagittarius. W hile you tend to deal with situations by acting rationally, this time around you may have to go with your gut and your heart. CAPRICORN - Dec. 22/Jan. 20 is is a week to sit back and slow down. Channel summer vibes even if it's not quite summer any longer, Capricorn. If you didn't have a chance to get away, do so this week. 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