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CANCER: July 16-21 Tuesday, July 15
  Mozart debuted his now-famous opera Don Giovanni in Prague on Oct. 29, 1787. It was a major production, with an orchestra, a chorus and eight main singers. Yet the composer didn’t …
SPOILER ALERT Wednesday, August 6
To be anything more than a 
none-of-the-above candidate, 
Adrian Wyllie will have to 
overcome the Libertarian brand
LEO: July 16-21 Tuesday, July 15
  “We must learn to bear the pleasures as we have borne the pains,” says writer Nikki Giovanni. That’s apt advice to keep in mind during the months ahead. You may think …
PERSPECTIVE Wednesday, August 6
Jeff Mizanskey, 61, is a poster child for one well-known criticism of mandatory-minimum sentencing laws — that nonviolent marijuana users (and small-time sellers) may wind up doing decades of hard time and in fact more time than some sociopathic …
VIRGO: July 16-21 Tuesday, July 15
  I’d hate for your fine mind to become a liability. I admire your native skepticism and analytical intelligence, but it’d be a shame if they kept you from getting the full …
WEIRD OLD WORLD Wednesday, August 6
Unconventional Food Prep: Leaked photographs taken by an undercover health and safety officer at China's Tongcheng Rice Noodle Factory in Dongguan city in June show workers in street clothes casually walking back and forth atop piles of vermicelli …
LIBRA: July 16-21 Tuesday, July 15
  Kris Kristofferson is in the Country Music Hall of Fame, but it took a while for him to launch his career. One big break was at age 29 when he was sweeping floors at a Nashville recording …
UNCLEAR ON THE CONCEPT Wednesday, August 6
Werner Purkhart, who's been running a "silent disco" in Salzburg, Austria, for four years, was denied renewal of his business permit in July, supposedly because his parties were too loud. At a silent disco, each dancer wears headphones to hear …
SCORPIO: July 16-21 Tuesday, July 15
  In her poem “Looking Back,” Sarah Brown Weitzman writes that she keeps “trying to understand / how I fell / so short of what I intended / to do with my life.” Is …
SLEEP IT OFF Wednesday, August 6
"The Chinese fondness for napping in odd places is a well-documented phenomenon, one that's spawned a popular website and even a book," wrote The Wall Street Journal in a July dispatch. In a recent photo essay, a Getty Images photographer captured a …
 
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