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Up in arms over security

In today’s warped society, how does one effectively protect himself or herself or themselves or selves in general from those bent on infringing upon our safety? Besides bodily harm we need to protect our family, our property and even our ident...
Updated: 2 months ago

Florida cities rebounding from recession and housing slump

After a period of stagnation, people are moving into Florida cities. Municipal budgets—dependent on property taxes, state aid and local fees—have begun to stabilize.
Updated: 2 months ago

Patience: A companion of Wisdom

Woodrow Wilson, our 28th president, said this about patience: “All things come to he who waits — provided he knows what he is waiting for.”
Updated: 2 months ago

Don’t stay thirsty, my friends

Liquor. White lightning. Giggle juice. Booze. Hard stuff. Sauce. Suds. Moonshine. Barbara Walters. Such expressions for “adult beverages” seem never-ending.
Updated: 2 months ago

Florida is number 1 again in boating

With more miles of coastline in any state except Alaska, Florida is a prime location for water recreation including boating. As Florida population, jobs and income are increasing, residents are spending more money on discretionary items like boating....
Updated: 2 months ago

Spectacular downtown Clearwater library begins second decade of service

If you haven’t been to the Clearwater Main Public Library lately, downtown at 100 N. Osceola Avenue, you owe yourself a treat. Not only does it house an amazing collection of books, movies, CDs, audiobooks, large-print books, comics and other ...
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You’re right!

There was once a very old and very wise rabbi to whom village people came with their problems.
Updated: 2 months ago

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