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Tech Talk: Five free MP3s a day from your library

Freegal app

The Hernando County Library provides the ability to download a few mp3 songs each week. These songs are yours to keep forever. This is through an app on your phone Freegal or via their web site http://hcpl.freegalmusic.com. If you know your library card number and your pin, you can use this service and start building a collection of songs today.

Funny Business

Welcome to the wild and wacky world of corny the clown.

Corny the Clown, aka Sandra Sells, 68, of Brooksville along with fellow clown Bongo, smile for the camera at a recent charity event in Pasco County.

Corny the Clown has deep rosy circles of makeup on each cheek; her nose is a pert, red circle dusted with gold and silver glitter and her hair is a halo of golden spirals. Bright red lips accentuate a huge smile and her hat is perched precariously atop her head.

She is instantly funny and friendly, attractive and alluring all at once.

Meet Sandra Sells aka Corny the Clown. She loves making people laugh and sharing her laughter with others.

The conundrum of fake news and the internet

Rocco Maglio is a Certified Internet Security Systems Professional. He has over 20 years of experience in software engineering.

With the recent Presidential election, the issue of “fake news” has been making headlines. The Washington Post recently ran an article entitled “Russian propaganda effort helped spread ‘fake news’ during election, experts say.”

Let the fun begin

DOGS, CATS LOVE LIVING IT UP AT THE PANACEA PET RESORT IN BROOKSVILLE

Bulldogs staying at Panacea Pet Resort

Family and friends in York, England thought the Owen family was losing its mind when they announced they were leaving the UK to buy a business in the U.S. It had always been husband and wife Roger and Barbara Owen’s plan to buy a boarding kennel in the UK but when their daughter Claire found land and kennels for sale in the U.S., they immediately jumped on the possibility.

Too Much or Too Little? Starbucks Facing Lawsuits on amount of product in cups

Matthew Dolman is a civil trial lawyer and managing partner of the Dolman Law Group, with offices in Clearwater, New Port Richey and St. Petersburg.

The corporate coffee giant, Starbucks, is facing a series of lawsuits from both sides: one claiming they put too much ice in their cups, the other claiming they put too little latte. Both suits agree, however, that they are misleading consumers about the quantity of product paying customers are receiving.

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