2011 Horoscopes

With the new year approaching, it is time once again to look to the stars to see what the future has in store for us. From Aries to Pisces, The San Francisco Examiner provides a forecast for all 12 signs for 2011.

Aries

March 21-April 19

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Taurus

April 20-May 20

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Gemini

May 21-June 21

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Cancer

June 21-July 22

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Leo

July 23-August 22

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Virgo

August 23-September 22

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Libra

September 23-October 22

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Scorpio

October 23-November 21

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Sagittarius

November 22-December 21

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Capricorn

December 22-January 19

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Aquarius

January 20-February 18

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Pisces

February 19-March 20

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