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Baltimore oysters get the casual treatment

Baltimore oysters get the casual treatment

Whether or not it was pay day, Jasmine Norton would stake out a spot at an oyster bar every Friday. But it was not always easy to convince friends to join her — both the shellfish and the atmosphere in which they were served could be intimidating. “There was this unwritten rule in certain oyster...

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  • Trump can't abandon Iran nuclear deal

    Trump can't abandon Iran nuclear deal

    Against all advice, President Donald Trump is insisting that the Iran nuclear deal negotiated by the Obama administration is so flawed that it should either be revised or scrapped altogether. He’s flat-out wrong, and dangerously so. Never mind that Iran has warned all bets are off if the U.S. pulls...

  • Hogan's $9 billion question

    Hogan's $9 billion question

    Two years ago and with much fanfare, Gov. Larry Hogan convinced the Maryland Transportation Authority to lower tolls on Maryland’s highways and bridges to reverse the “downward spiral” of tax increases instituted by his predecessor. This week, Mr. Hogan announced a $9 billion highway widening plan...

  • On health care, which party is 'extreme'?

    On health care, which party is 'extreme'?

    Will the real moderate party please stand up? On the same day that socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders introduced his "Medicare for All" health care plan, Republican Sens. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Bill Cassidy of Louisiana introduced a last-ditch effort to sorta-kinda repeal and replace Obamacare....

  • Trump at the UN: The president's finest speech

    Trump at the UN: The president's finest speech

    While campaigning for the presidency, Donald Trump more than once referred to the United Nations as a "useless" organization and "not a friend of democracy." In his speech Tuesday to the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly, he apparently has discovered the often dysfunctional body...

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  • Christian Siriano creates Barbie replicas of his red carpet looks

    Christian Siriano creates Barbie replicas of his red carpet looks

    Christian Siriano’s willingness to dress all types of women regardless of ethnicity, size or age has quickly made him a favorite of fashionistas, body positive supporters and diversity advocates alike. Now, we can add Barbie to the list. The Annapolis native and Baltimore School for the Arts graduate...

  • Forage, scoop and stomp: Autumn harvest travel options

    Forage, scoop and stomp: Autumn harvest travel options

    Autumn makes us hungry: Warm sunny days at small-town festivals with local fare, farm stands alongside ripened fields beckoning you to “pick your own’” and wineries and cideries sampling the latest vintage. But to really appreciate food at its peak flavor and nutrient value, it is critical to go...

  • Parkville teen heads to World Maker Faire with viral light-up prom dress

    Parkville teen heads to World Maker Faire with viral light-up prom dress

    Over the years, Claire Smith has worked on a number of tech-related projects, from robots to 3-D printing, but it wasn’t until she decided to rig her prom dress with multicolored lights that she started winning awards, attracting national media attention and catching the eye of the tech community....

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