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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2005

THE TIMES-PICAYUNE

LIVING

LOS ANGELES TIMES DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Nichols Lewis

HOROSCOPE

HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005: You might want to think before leaping into wild projects. Just the same, you have the imagination, creativity and energy to nearly do the impossible. This is the year in which you can write the great novel you have been mulling over. Your creativity surges, and so do ways of making money. You might be very successful if you carefully think through your ideas -- some might be very wild. There is a strong chance that you might want to work for yourself or change your job. If you are single, you might tumble into a sequence of love affairs or relate to someone very unpredictable. Excitement marks your love life. If you are attached, let some of your wild ideas enter your relationship. You can make money with SAGITTARIUS. ······· The stars show the kind of day you'll have: 5-Dynamic; 4-Positive; 3-Average; 2-So-so; 1-Difficult ······· ARIES (March 21-April 19) 5555 You need to take an overview and detach. Events have been very intense of late. Seek out information and find experts, if possible. The more opinions you get, the better. Schedule a trip in the near future. Tonight: An insight could be uncomfortable. Still, internalize this perspective. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) 555 A partner calms down, making it easier to relate to him or her. In fact, suddenly this person is so talkative you might be shocked. A change in plans or a difficult meeting just is what it is. You cannot change what happens. Tonight: Quality time with a special person. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) 5555 Others seek you out, but they are not interested in your ideas. They simply want to talk and/or use you as a sounding board. A shakeup in the status quo or with a professional matter might stop you in your tracks. Tonight: Don't fight the inevitable. CANCER (June 21-July 22) 555 Emphasize what you can accomplish rather than where you find problems. Learn ways to turn off your thinking. You hear surprising news, but it might not be the whole story. Tonight: Get some exercise. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) 5555 You are playful and an endless resource. Be open to enjoying yourself. What you say does mean a lot. Listen more carefully to a partner. Yes, he or she is being vague, but you will find a solution. Tonight: Don't allow a partner or money matter to shake you up. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) 555 Others simply want you to conform to their plans. You, however, have other ideas, like hanging at home. If you think you are going to be left alone, think again. The phone rings. Expect the unexpected, and you won't be caught offguard. Tonight: Order in. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) 555 Finally, you feel like a breath of fresh air has hit. Catch up on calls, news and meetings. You can finally turn a project around, but you might be surprised at others' responses. Accept new technology. Tonight: Out and about. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

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5555 A financial matter finally becomes clear, though you need to ask your set of questions. Your ideas are appreciated. Do not make any changes or investments involving property right now. Let go of rigidity. Tonight: Gather your bills. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) 5555 You are the king- or queenpin right now, even if one particular person tries to shake you up. Use your assets and your mind to gain your objectives. Some of you just might want to enjoy yourselves. Tonight: Happy as a clam. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) 55 Know that at times even you, as powerful as you are, need to step back. In fact, your inner voice might be telling you one thing while events appear to be quite different. Step back and observe. Tonight: Read a good book. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) 55555 Meetings and friends support you in your long-term goals. The problem might be more financial, creating what you desire. You might be surprised at the ideas that come from a brainstorming session. Tonight: Just don't be alone. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) 55 You certainly have a way of adding new information or turning issues or situations upside down. A boss explains clearly what he wants or expects. Listen to what others want, or you could be in trouble. Tonight: Possibly working late. ·······

Jacqueline Bigar is on the Internet at www.jacquelinebigar.com

© 2005 by King Features Syndicate Inc.

WORD GAME

Today's word: DISOBEYED

(dis-uh-BADE: Refused or failed to follow an order or rule.) r Average mark 18 words

TRIVIA QUIZ

Yesterday's word: FORAYED fade fado faery fare faro fear fedora foray ford fore foyer fray froe oared oread rayed read ready redo road rode adore aery yard yare year yore dare deaf dear defray defy doer dory dray dyer

1. Which planet requires 248 years to revolve around the sun? 2. The role of what teen was played in movies by Jackie Cooper and Jimmy Lydon? 3. In the latter 1600s, socalled "witch trials" were held in what Massachusetts community? 4. Nepal is a kingdom in what mountain range? 5. Which member of the

Gumm Sisters act went on to movies and singing stardom?

r Time limit 40 minutes

By Doug Peterson

©2005 Tribune Media Services, Inc.

ANSWERS

1. Pluto. 2. Henry Aldrich. 3. Salem. 4. Himalayas 5. Frances, whose name was changed to Judy Garland.

Can you find 27 or more words in DISOBEYED? The list will be published tomorrow.

Rules of the game: 1. Words must be four or more letters. 2. Words which acquire four letters by the addition of "s," such as "bats" or "dies" are not used. 3. Only one form of a verb is used.

©2005, United Feature Syndicate. Inc.

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

"Justice is too good for some people and not good enough for the rest."

-- Norman Douglas, Scottish author (1868-1952)

Public radio stations back on the air

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the broadcast day to about 12 hours. A temporary New Orleans studio, then restoring roundthe-clock programming, are the next steps. Knocked off the air by Hurricane Katrina, the station launched a "WWOZ in Exile" Internet Webcast a few days after the storm. Meanwhile, www.wwoz.org served as an information clearinghouse tracking displaced local musicians. As it struggles back to life, the listener-supported station has seen an outpouring of encouragement and cash from more than 20 community-supported radio stations throughout the country. California jazz station KSDSFM, for example, is tithing 10 percent of its fall pledge drive to WWOZ's rebuilding effort. Encouragement in the form of publicity for the station's plight has come from multiple international media outlets, including Rolling Stone magazine, USA Today, French television, the BBC, NPR and PBS. One thrust of the restoration will be better preserving WWOZ's music library. Katrina caused some roof damage to the station's Armstrong Park broadcast den, but the priceless collection of recordings within suffered little harm. "Frankly, we have created this treasure, but we don't have the wherewithal to treat it right," said Freedman. "This dramatic event (will) force us to treat it right."

National Public Radio affiliate WWNO FM-89.9 has also re-established a presence in the city, though the bulk of its programming still originates from temporary headquarters in a Georgia Public Broadcasting studio. The station got a signal back on the air in New Orleans on Sept. 21, offering a combination of NPR network programming

plus music spun by Georgiabased-for-now air staffers Jack Hopke, James Arey, Farrar Hudkins and Chuck Miller. Not long after the restoration sign-on, Fred Kasten, WWNO's program director and host of "Saturday Night Jazz," liberated some equipment from the station's storm-shuttered University of New Orleans studios and established a remote studio in his Carrollton neighborhood home. Ever since, he's been contributing, via high-speed Internet pipeline, music, newsmaker interviews and news stories -- as well as dispatches from TV anchor by night, radio reporter by day Susan Roesgen -- from New Orleans to Georgia and back. "I've got a couple of CD players here and a couple of microphones and a mixer," said Kasten, adding that his home studio is set up in "the second smallest room in my house." WWNO's main studios and office are in excellent condition,

Kasten said, and ready for reoccupation as soon as its building is cleared by health authorities.

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Meteorologist John Gumm, who asked to be released from his new WWL-TV contract in the wake of a harrowing Katrina evacuation with his wife and their newborn baby, has landed a weekend-weather job at Cincinnati CBS affiliate WKRC-TV . Cincinnati is Gumm's hometown, and moving closer to extended family was the main reason he cited for his abrupt New Orleans departure. Accordingly, Gumm reports that his new son, Connor, now lives within two hours of one set of grandparents, 45 minutes from another. "Needless to say, they are very happy we moved back up here," he said.

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