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ISLAND SUN - MAY 6, 2016
FOR WEEK OF MAY 9, 2016
ARIES (March 21 to April 19)
You're the first sign in the Zodiac and
like to take the lead wherever you go.
But this time, you'd be wise to follow
someone who has much to teach you.
TAURUS (April 20 to May 20)
Your adversary hasn't given up trying
to undermine you. Continue to stay
cool -- someone in authority knows
GEMINI (May 21 to June 20)
Spring brings a positive aspect for
relationships. Paired Twins grow
closer, while the single set finds new
romance - - perhaps with a Leo or
CANCER (June 21 to July 22)
Wavering aspects this week mean
weighing your words carefully to avoid
LEO (July 23 to August 22) You
could soon be on a new career path
in pursuit of those long-standing
goals, but don't cut any current ties
until you're sure you're ready to make
VIRGO (August 23 to September
22) A former colleague wants to
re-establish an old professional
connection. It would be wise to make
the contact, at least until you know
what he or she is planning.
LIBRA (September 23 to October
22) A relationship that survived some
rocky moments could be facing a new
challenge. Deal with the problem
openly, honestly and without delay.
SCORPIO (October 23 to
November 21) A recent and
much-appreciated change in the
workplace inspires you to make some
changes in your personal life as well.
Start with a plan to travel more.
SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to
December 21) A friend needs your
kind and caring advice, but you need
to know what he or she is hiding from
you before you agree to get involved.
CAPRICORN (December 22 to
January 19) Your circle of friends
continues to widen. Expect to hear
from someone in your past who
hopes to re-establish your once-close
AQUARIUS (January 20 to
February 18) Your aspects favor
the arts. Indulge in whatever artistic
expression you enjoy most. A
workplace situation will, I'm pleased
to say, continue to improve.
PISCES (February 19 to March
20) Warning! Your tendency to let
things slide until the last minute
could have a negative effect on
a relationship that you hope can
develop into something meaningful.
BORN THIS WEEK: You are
both emotional and sensible. You
enjoy being with people. Good career
choices include teaching, performing
and the clergy.
• On May 9, 1671, in London,
Thomas Blood, an Irish adventurer
known as "Captain Blood," is
captured trying to steal the Crown
Jewels from the Tower of London.
King Charles was so impressed that
he made Blood a member of his court
with an annual pension.
• On May 10, 1869, the presidents
of the Union Pacific and Central
Pacific railroads meet in Utah and
drive a ceremonial last spike into a
rail line, making transcontinental rail
travel possible for the first time.
• On May 11, 1934, a massive
storm sends 350 million tons of
topsoil flying across the parched
Great Plains as far east as New York.
Even ships some 300 miles offshore
saw dust collect on their decks.
• On May 15, 1942, legislation
creating the Women's Army Corps
becomes law, granting women official
military status. However, it would not
be until 1980 that 16,000 women
who had joined the early WACs would
receive veterans' benefits.
• On May 12, 1975, the American
freighter Mayaguez is captured by
communist government forces in
Cambodia. In response, President
Gerald Ford ordered the bombing
of the Cambodian port where the
gunboats had come from. Forty-one
Americans died, most of them in an
accidental explosion during the attack.
• On May 13, 1985, in
Philadelphia, police drop a small
bomb on the roof of a row house on
Osage Avenue in an attempt to end
a standoff with the radical cult group
MOVE. The explosion sparked a
fire that killed 11 people and burned
down 61 homes.
• On May 14, 1999, President Bill
Clinton apologizes directly to Chinese
President Jiang Zemin on the phone
for the accidental NATO bombing of
the Chinese embassy in Yugoslavia.
The Chinese president had refused to
accept a phone call from Clinton for
THIS WEEK IN HISTORY
The Jacaranda has live entertainment
Friday, Saturday and Monday with Renata,
playing funk, jazz and contemporary. On
Tuesday and Wednesday, it's Sir Mitch,
playing classic rock, R&B and dance.
Thursday is Eric Malibu, playing contempo-
rary, reggae and dance.
The Mucky Duck on Andy Rosse Lane,
Captiva features music by Gary Earle on
Thursday and Friday. Gene Federico plays
on Saturday. Gary Earle plays Sunday;
Mark Dupuy plays on Monday; Perry
English plays on Tuesday; and Gene
Federico plays on Wednesday.
Sea Breeze Café at Sundial Beach
Resort & Spa has live island style enter-
tainment on Mondays.
Traditions on the Beach at Island
Inn has live entertainment Friday and
Saturday with Joe McCormick and Marvilla
Marzan. The "Jersey Kid" Mike Arnone
performs on Monday. Woody Brubaker
performs on Tuesday. Woody Brubaker and
Barbara Smith perform on Wednesday. On
Thursday, it's Joe McCormick and Marvilla
Il Cielo has live entertainment with
Scott McDonald on Thursday, Friday and
The Island Cow on Periwinkle Way
has live entertainment on Friday with Gene
Federico. Jay Helt plays on Saturday. Dan
Confrey plays on Sunday.
RC Otter's on Andy Rosse Lane,
Captiva, has live music daily with dining
inside and out.
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