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CAPRICORN: June 18-24 Tuesday, June 17
  Pet mice kept in cages need to move more than the enclosed space allows, so their owners install exercise wheels. If the rodents want to exert their natural instinct to run around, they do …
SAGITTARIUS: June 18-24 Tuesday, June 17
  “Make a name for the dark parts of you,” writes Lisa Marie Basile in her poem Paz. The imminent future is an excellent time to acknowledge your nature’s shadowy aspects. …
LEO: June 18-24 Tuesday, June 17
  In the next two weeks, don’t fall prey to the craze sweeping Japan. More than 40,000 people have bought books with photos of hamuketsu, or hamster bottoms. Even if you avoid that …
SCORPIO: June 18-24 Tuesday, June 17
  Scorpio novelist Kurt Vonnegut rebelled against literary traditions. His stories were often hybrids of sci-fi and autobiography. Free-form philosophizing blended with satirical moral …
LIBRA: June 18-24 Tuesday, June 17
  In accordance with astrological omens, you’re hereby granted a brief, one-time-only license to commit the Seven Deadly Sins. As long as you don’t go to extremes, feel free to …
VIRGO: June 18-24 Tuesday, June 17
  Writing at FastCompany.com, Himanshu Saxena suggests businesses create a new position: Chief Paradox Officer, or CPXO. This person would be responsible for making good use of conflicts and …
CANCER: June 18-24 Tuesday, June 17
   Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts has a collection of Japanese art that’s never on display. It has 6,600 wood-block prints created by artists of the ukiyo-e school, also known …
GEMINI: June 18-24 Tuesday, June 17
  “Nikhedonia” is an obscure English word referring to the pleasure that comes from anticipating success or good fortune. There’s nothing wrong with indulging in this …
TAURUS: June 18-24 Tuesday, June 17
  “My music is best understood by children and animals,” said composer Igor Stravinsky. A similar statement may be made about you in the weeks ahead: You are best understood by …
ARIES: June 18-24 Tuesday, June 17
  If you were alive 150 years ago and needed to get a tooth extracted, you might have called on a barber, blacksmith or wigmaker to do the job. (Dentistry wasn’t a formal occupation …
 
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