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  1. Horoscope readers atwitter over report


    A Minneapolis astronomy instructor said Friday that he's stunned by the attention he's getting for suggesting the signs of the zodiac are all wrong. …

    Astronomy instructor Parke Kunkle set off cyberspace with his interview saying Earth has a new alignment with the stars.
  2. No surprise, Jameis Winston will start for Bucs


    TAMPA — You didn't need to read the horoscopes or tarot cards or use a Magic 8 Ball to predict Jameis Winston would be named the Bucs' starting quarterback. Tryouts ended the minute they handed in the card at the draft with Winston's name on it. …

    SANTA CLARA, CA - NOVEMBER 23:  Robert Griffin III #10 of the Washington Redskins takes warm up throws during pregame against the San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium on November 23, 2014 in Santa Clara, California.  (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
  3. Kendrick Meek's horoscope

    The Buzz

    From the conclusion of my phoner with Kendrick Meek this morning: Me: "So is there an important question I've forgotten or neglected to ask you?" Meek: "Yes. I'm a Virgo." …

  4. Kendrick Meek's horoscope

    Bay Buzz

    From the conclusion of my phoner with Kendrick Meek this morning: Me: "So is there an important question I've forgotten or neglected to ask you?" Meek: "Yes. I'm a Virgo." …

  5. The horror -- horoscopes for your baby


    I have a lot of respect for, but this seems a bit over the top: Now parents and parents-to-be can log in to check their baby's horoscopes. They can see what their baby's personalties could be like based on their astrological signs and what they need to do be effective parents based on their own signs. …

  6. Reagan astrologer, Joan Quigley, dies at 87


    SAN FRANCISCO — Joan Quigley, the astrologer who helped determine President Ronald Reagan's schedule, has died at the age of 87. Miss Quigley died Tuesday at her San Francisco home, the San Francisco Chronicle, quoting her sister, Ruth, reported Friday.  …

    Astrologer Joan Quigley, shown with charts she used in 1990, died Tuesday in San Francisco.
  7. We consulted an astrologist about the Florida governor's race

    The Buzz

    Tired of daily campaign memos telling you which way the Florida governor's race is going? Well, we went to a loftier source than Tim Saler or Steve Schale. We consulted ZOLAR, "the Dean of Astrology," aka Don Papon of Tarpon Springs. …

  8. Column: Fears, superstitions persist


    Human beings are, in general, a superstitious lot. Our tendency to see patterns where they don't exist, and to falsely apply cause to effect, may have helped keep us alive back when we were little more than a band of frightened critters scurrying about the savanna. …

  9. FTC: T-Mobile made millions in bogus charges


    WASHINGTON — T-Mobile USA knowingly made hundreds of millions of dollars off its customers in potentially bogus charges, a federal regulator alleged Tuesday in a complaint likely to mar the reputation of a household name in wireless communications.  …

    FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez wants customers reimbursed by T-Mobile.
  10. Stars align for the royal wedding


    Kate Middleton and Prince William are a match made in heaven. Just check their horoscopes. Middleton was born Jan. 9, 1982, and William on June 21, 1982, so their star signs, Capricorn and Cancer, respectively, indicate they are highly compatible and have a good chance of having a successful marriage, according to leading British astrologers. Take it as a bunch of hooey or a celestial peek into the future. Just keep in mind the Associated Press reported in 1981 that an astrologer warned that Prince Charles, who was born under the complex sign of Scorpio, would have a "stormy marriage" in his union with Princess Diana, born under the sensitive, intuitive Cancer star sign. Everyone knows how that ended up. …

  11. Notable: Poetry of the Americas


    Notable Poetry of the Americas For National Poetry Month, here are two books filled with familiar voices and one that opens the door to new ones.  …

  12. Artist of the day: Sun Signs

    Sound Check

    Tampa quartet Sun Signs began as a concept revolving around a song cycle based on the astrological signs of the Zodiac. They are unabashedly influenced by Nirvana, Jack White, Modest Mouse, Aan and Colour Revolt. The combination of those influences is a mix of mel­odic guitar lines; gritty, yet pretty, vocals; and a tight rhythm section providing a heavy, but not overbearing, driving force of indie rock. …

  13. 'Cramming' fees crop up as issue on cellphone bills


    WASHINGTON — When a mysterious, unauthorized fee appears on your cellphone bill, it's called "cramming," and consumer advocates and regulators worry it's emerging as a significant problem as people increasingly ditch their landlines for wireless phones. …

  14. Aqib Talib trade affects Bucs in present, future


    NFL coaches don't read horoscopes. They live in a world of now. They worry about the next game, the next first down, the next play. …

    Trading Aqib Talib on Thursday leaves the Bucs shorthanded today and possibly even more shorthanded in the near future.
  15. Time in a bottle


    Creating a time capsule …

  16. Review: 'How I Killed Pluto and Why It Had It Coming' by Mike Brown is funny, charming


    P luto. Poor little guy. He never wanted much. The others could be bigger or better-looking or brag about themselves ("I'm burning hot!" or "I have rings!"). All he wanted was to be part of the planet club. And for about 75 years, that tiny frozen world billions of miles from the sun was a card-carrying member. Then, in 2006, Pluto was kicked out — reclassified as a dwarf planet. …

  17. St. Petersburg woman offers tips for women on their monthly cycles


    Gabrielle Lichterman plans her life around her hormone cycle. …

  18. Daily Q&A: How can I stop telephone fees for services I didn't request?


    I'm finding fees added to my telephone bill for services I did not request. How can I stop this from happening? When fees are added to your bill without your permission, it's called "cramming." These charges often are added to your bill by a third party.  …

  19. This stuff really happened in 2012


    The end of December and the end of year are rapidly approaching, but as a reminder of the things that occurred over the past 12 months, we present the Pasco County 2012 month-at-glance calendar: January …

  20. Driver blames Ozzy Osbourne for going — and being —over the limit


    Ozzy Made Me Do It He was going to drive slow, but that music ... …

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