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ARIES. (March 20 - April 19): Most people avoid long shots, but not you. You believe in making a running jump for the brass ring which is why you will walk away with it today. (click for more)

The film, which premiered at Sundance in January and will open in theaters this June, centers around Jimmie Fails (who is, actually, playing himself) and his friend Montgomery (Jonathan Majors). The two frequently visit a white Victorian house, wondering what it would be like to live there. But Fails seems to get carried away with the fantasy when the two find that the owner has vacated the house. (click for more)

Cherry blossoms symbolize spring — and hope after long, wet weeks of recuperation (click for more)

They descended on the valley en masse, trampling delicate grass beneath their feet. Traffic snarled behind them for miles. They’d claimed every available parking spot. Where no parking spots existed, they created them. There were so many of them and they were consuming so much that the mayor took to Facebook, begging the travelers to go away. “We are full,” he said, his smile tight. The culprit for all of this chaos was a humble flower. Well, many flowers. There was actual rain in California this year, which means that our deserts have exploded with poppies and wildflowers and, now, selfie-seekers. I’m not saying that every single one of the thousands of people who plowed through Lake Elsinore, a small Southern California town near a particularly attractive cluster of wildflowers, last week was doing so in search of nothing more than a #superbloom post. But I am saying that the city of Lake Elsinore has called its recent popularity a #poppynightmare on its Instagram page. There are more blooms expected after this week’s rain, but that city’s residents can’t enjoy them. They’re too busy working on a #poppyshutdown to keep people out. I can’t say I blame them. A small place like Lake Elsinore would normally love an influx of sightseers, both for the attention and for the financial boost. But as more and more of us become regular tourists — tourism is one of the world’s largest industries now — there’s an increasing amount of evidence that far too many of us have forgotten how to be visitors. Northern California had the chance to consider this... (click for more)

ARIES. (March 20 - April 19): It took a long time to get to where you are now and you won't let anything threaten that. But change can also be the linchpin of discovery. Don't fight it. (click for more)

Dear Abby: I take care of two girls. I have never asked for money from their dad. Because they are poor, I go to great lengths to make sure they get the same advantages as everyone else. I took the girls to the hair salon because I wanted them to feel pretty. When it was the youngest girl’s turn, the stylist found lice in her hair! She was at what they call an “infestation period.” After that it’s an infection and then baldness. I went to their father and asked about the lice. He knew the entire time that she had lice and did not warn me or my family. Abby, he knowingly put my loved ones at risk! He isn’t a good parent and doesn’t make the youngest shower or take lice treatments. I know he doesn’t care about the lice, so he’s probably making her go to school despite the lice policy. What should I do? Infested in California Dear Infested: Among the “joys” of parenting is ensuring that one’s children practice proper hygiene and their medical problems are treated. Father of the year this man isn’t. Of course he should have warned you so you could caution your children. He should also be watching his children more closely to be sure they shower regularly. Keep an eye on him, because he may be neglecting his girls in other ways. Could he be unaware that a head lice infestation can be treated? Because you are concerned about the girls’ welfare, perhaps the school should be alerted. According to the Centers for Disease Control, as many as 12 million lice infestations occur in the United States each year, and they are not caused by poor hygiene. While they may be inconvenient and cause severe itching, the condition is treatable. Dear Abby: I’m the product of my father’s infidelity. My mother, who... (click for more)