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Word of the Day Friday, April 18, 2014
Dyad is derived from the Greek word dyad- which meant "pair, equivalent."

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Man With Last Name 'Cocaine' Arrested For Drug Possession
Edward Cocaine faced a Florida judge and explained his odd last name.

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Amateur video captures ferry chaos
Amateur video shows life-jacketed passengers aboard capsizing South Korean ferry being told not to move. Paul Chapman reports.

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Chelsea Clinton announces she’s pregnant
At a Clinton Foundation event, Chelsea Clinton announced she’s expecting her first child. She was at the event with her mother, former

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Easter Cottontail Animals
Martha creates adorable Easter bunnies using cotton balls. These adorable creatures make the perfect addition to your Easter basket.

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American Scene
 
Creating Jobs for Florida Families
Let’s keep working until everyone who wants a job can get one.

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Pope washes and kisses feet of 12 sick and disabled people
Pope Francis marks Holy Thursday with a service at a rehabilitation center, washing and kissing the feet of 12 sick and disabled people.

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Cadbury Creme Eggs the Homemade Way
It just doesn't feel like Easter until we've devoured at least one shockingly sweet, gooey-centered Cadbury Creme Egg. That said, they can

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Missing: Your Family Pet
Pet owners beware! The very latest statistics show the number of missing and stolen pets is on the rise! Pet theft is becoming a big issue

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Use Natural Dyes for Easter Eggs
Martha Stewart and her guest Olivia chat about natural dyes you can use for eggs.

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Do You Believe in God?
This week is one of the holiest in the year for Christians and Jews around the world, as Christian Holy Week overlaps with the beginning

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Couples Who Sleep Less Than An Inch Apart Might Be Happiest
A new study by British researchers suggests couples' sleeping positions might reflect their happiness.

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Detroit’s Accord With Police, Firefighter Retirees
April 15 (Bloomberg) -- Detroit reached an agreement on pensions and health benefits with a group representing retired police officers

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Retired Couple Travels The World As 'Vacationing Nomads'
After retiring, Lynne and Tim Martin sold their house in 2011 and have since spent their time traveling the globe and living in vacation

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Joining a diverse roster of iconic American objects from Judy Garland's ruby slippers to the space shuttle Discovery, a nearly complete T. rex skeleton was welcomed to the Smithsonian Tuesday. The dinosaur is ...
Joining a diverse roster of iconic American objects from Judy Garland's ruby slippers to the space shuttle Discovery, a nearly complete T. r

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Community
 
RAISE THE ROOF with the PALM HARBOR LIBRARY
Please come help your Palm Harbor Library!

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Today in History for April 18th
On this day in history: Massive earthquake strikes San Francisco; U.S. embassy bombed in Beruit; Einstein dies. (April 18)

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Photos of the Day – Mother Spares Her Son's Murder
In today's pictures, the mother of a slain teen slaps her son's murder before removing the noose from around his neck in Iran,

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Democratic Fundraising Tops GOP in Key Races
Democrats are unlikely to win control of the House in the 2014 elections, but they continue to outperform Republicans in a key area

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Easter eggs made by 3D printer
The world's confectioners are gearing up for Easter and an anticipated sales bonanza of chocolate eggs and Easter bunnies. However,

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Editorial
 
IBD Editorials - Quick Go Buy A Button!!!
We certainly could use, 1 maybe 2, maybe 3, in fact a hell of a lot more than we can afford!!!!!!!!

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On The Left - NSA Revelations Were Justified U.S. Spy Agencies Misled Public
Last Monday, my Washington Post colleagues celebrated winning the Pulitzer Prize for public service along with the Guardian newspaper

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On The Right - Zealots Use Full Campaign Disclosure To Harass Foes
The debate over campaign contributions is never-ending for a simple reason: Both sides of the argument have merit.

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On The Left - With Rand Paul, It's Amateur Hour For GOP
Not to put too fine a point on it, but what has Rand Paul ever done?

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On The Right - Minimum Wage Hike Often Offset By Fringe Benefit Cuts
Both proponents and opponents of federal minimum-wage hikes are convinced that if Congress raises the minimum wage (whether to $9 or $10.10

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Announcements
 
RAISE THE ROOF with the PALM HARBOR LIBRARY
Please come help your Palm Harbor Library!

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Pinellas County residents invited to Fair Housing Symposium
The event, co-sponsored by the Pinellas County Office of Human Rights, provides fair housing information useful for housing providers

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Retired Couple Travels The World As 'Vacationing Nomads'
After retiring, Lynne and Tim Martin sold their house in 2011 and have since spent their time traveling the globe and living in vacation

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Safety Harbor Library Announces Annual Poetry Celebration
This free event is sponsored by the Friends of the Safety Harbor Public Library

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A sculpture is without a name at the Florida Botanical Gardens
long-awaited water fountain sculpture will be formally dedicated at Florida Botanical Gardens annual Diggin’ the Arts on Sunday, May 4th

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