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This is the Jewelry You Should Wear, According to Your Zodiac Sign

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If you’re trying to revamp your look without investing in a whole new wardrobe, you can switch things up through simple, affordable pieces of jewelry. Even a delicate necklace or minimal ring can rev up your outfits, whether you’re showing them off on a Zoom call or on a socially distanced apple picking adventure.

With so many pieces of jewelry on the market, making shopping decisions can be overwhelming, so why not let your zodiac sign guide your purchases? Pearls, layering chains, chokers, or gems—each zodiac sign has a style preference. We tapped our go-to astrologer, Lisa Stardust, to weigh in what jewelry we should buy according to our zodiac sign. 

1. Aries 

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“As the most passionate sign of the zodiac, Aries likes to wear lace chokers to seduce the person they desire most,” says Stardust. Try playing up your Halloween spirit by pairing the

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Was a Hollywood-Style Trump Sign Erected in Los Angeles?

In October 2020, reports and social media posts emerged claiming that someone had erected a large “TRUMP” sign over Interstate 405 in Los Angeles. Newsweek, for example, reported that:

Large letters in the style of the iconic Hollywood sign reading “TRUMP” were found on Los Angeles’ 405 Freeway on Tuesday morning. Los Angeles CBS Local reported that the letters were installed sometime between late Monday night and Tuesday morning on the southbound side of the Freeway in Sepulveda Pass. The giant letters appeared to use the iconic typeface from the “SF Hollywood Hills” font family, making it blend into the hilly setting seamlessly.

Such reports were accurate. Local television channel KTLA posted its own, authentic aerial footage of the sign as it appeared on Oct. 6, clearly showing its location on a hillside overlooking a stretch of I-405 at the Sepulveda Pass, around 25 miles west of downtown Los Angeles:

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Large, Hollywood-style ‘Trump’ sign erected in Los Angeles

A large sign appeared along the 405 freeway in Sepulveda Pass in California on Tuesday. The sign said ‘Trump’ in bold white letters similar to the ones on the Hollywood sign and stood about 10 feet tall, according to Kron4 news.

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But it had to come down. Work crews demolished the sign which faced northbound lanes near Getty Center Drive. Police say it was becoming a traffic hazard as motorists began to slow down to take pictures of it. According to California Highway Patrol’s incident log, the sign, discovered at 6:41 a.m., was a “traffic hazard.”

It was also located in a dry area making it susceptible to forest fires that are currently plaguing parts of the state. That particular area is known for destructive bush fires like last year’s Getty fire or the 2017 Skirball Fire.

Earlier this year, a

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Giant Hollywood-Style Trump Sign Appears on Los Angeles Freeway

Welcome to Tinsel Town: Large letters in the style of the iconic Hollywood sign reading “TRUMP” were found on Los Angeles’ 405 Freeway on Tuesday morning.



Donald Trump wearing a suit and tie: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gives two thumbs up to the crowd during the evening session on the fourth day of the Republican National Convention on July 21, 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.


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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gives two thumbs up to the crowd during the evening session on the fourth day of the Republican National Convention on July 21, 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.

Los Angeles CBS Local reported that the letters were installed sometime between late Monday night and Tuesday morning on the southbound side of the Freeway in Sepulveda Pass. The giant letters appeared to use the iconic typeface from the “SF Hollywood Hills” font family, making it blend into the hilly setting seamlessly.

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California Highway Patrol’s incident log reported the “traffic hazard” around 6:41

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Giant Trump sign taken down along Los Angeles freeway

Titanic letters spelling out the name of President Donald Trump that appeared Tuesday morning along Interstate 405 in Los Angeles didn’t last long.

Workers have already removed the 10-foot-tall Hollywood-style sign that read “Trump,” KTLA reports. Callers first reported the sign to the California Highway Patrol at 6:41 a.m.

Whoever erected the sign along the busy highway over the Sepulveda Pass has not been publically identified, KCBS reported.

A California Department of Transportation official said workers took down the sign by 9 a.m. as a potential traffic hazard, KTLA reported. Motorists were slowing down to snap photos of it.

Trump supporters quickly took to Twitter to argue the sign shows secret high levels of support for the president’s re-election in California. A Sept. 25 UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies poll shows Biden leading Trump in California by 39 points, however, KQED reports.

In Long Beach, officials are investigating the

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On their wedding night, Barbara Amiel found her third husband dressed and sitting on the bed with marriage contract ready to sign

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In this one area, though, I was a perpetual optimist: around the corner would be my Prince Charming. Ever alert to the possibility of being swept off my feet, the next sweep came unexpectedly when I attended a dull party in Toronto — for which I was very late, possibly because I knew from the tony address that it was bound to be dull. Most of the guests were leaving when I arrived with a current companion from Montreal, a suave and clever Jewish lawyer who felt about me much the way I felt about him: if not Ken and Barbie dolls, we were the matchmakers’ mature Jewish version, so we ought to try this on and see if it works but it’s very unlikely. Besides, he had a much younger French-Canadian girlfriend in his own back garden.

My future third husband, who had just arrived from

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Get a $100 Amazon gift card when you sign up for Amazon’s Prime Rewards Visa

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This is a pretty hard offer to pass up, especially with Prime Day just around the corner.


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There are Prime Day deals you can get right now and Prime Day credits you can earn by shopping in Amazon stores. But this may be the biggest news yet: For a limited time, if you sign up for an Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card, you’ll get a $100 Amazon gift card. And not in four to six weeks or anything like that; it’s awarded as soon as you’re approved. That means you can have it at the ready for Prime Day on Oct. 13 and 14.

Previously $70, that $100 gift card is a pretty serious perk. This is not a one-and-done proposition, however: The no-annual-fee Visa also pays you 5% back on just about everything you buy from Amazon and Whole Foods. You get 2% back at restaurants,

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