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The 137th Maryland State Fair promises mix of old and new

The 137th Maryland State Fair promises mix of old and new

In a room at her family's farm in Glen Arm, 13-year-old Katie Yoder is preparing her rabbits to be the fluffiest, furriest versions of themselves they can be. Katie checks two-year-old Artemis, one of about 30 to 40 rabbits she breeds and raises at Cozy Hill Rabbits and Cavies, in preparation for...

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  • Proposed cuts to anti-hunger programs 'most significant' in decades

    Proposed cuts to anti-hunger programs 'most significant' in decades

    As more activists and organizations join the growing food recovery movement, it’s tempting to believe that food rescue is a new phenomenon. But we’ve been at it for nearly 40 years. In 1979, the Maryland Food Bank was formed as the nation’s third food bank with a simple idea: rescue good-quality...

  • Baltimore police officer is a tough job, treat it as such

    Baltimore police officer is a tough job, treat it as such

    The task of persuading jurors in the City of Baltimore that they can rely on the veracity of officers of the Baltimore Police Department recently has gone from difficult to nearly impossible because reform of the department is not moving fast enough. Only dramatic changes are going to fix the problems,...

  • How to talk to kids about current events

    How to talk to kids about current events

    Children are aware of what’s happening around them and in the world — usually more than we know. Between social media, television news and friends at school, they are constantly exposed to information about current events. As parents and educators, we play an important role in helping our children...

  • Warren Deschenaux, Annapolis' apostle of arithmetic, to retire

    Warren Deschenaux, Annapolis' apostle of arithmetic, to retire

    Annapolis is about to get a lot less droll. Warren Deschenaux, long the chief fiscal analyst in the Department of Legislative Services, and more recently that agency’s director, will retire on Dec. 1, and that will leave Maryland’s capital without something it badly needs: someone who can wryly...

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  • 'Bachelor in Paradise' premiere recap: What happened before the shutdown

    'Bachelor in Paradise' premiere recap: What happened before the shutdown

    Before we get to the “Bachelor in Paradise” premiere recap, a note from TV Lust’s longtime “Bachelor” franchise recapper, Abby Draper: Season 4 of “Bachelor in Paradise” has begun, and for the first time in years, I will not be providing a snarky recap to TV Lust for you to read the morning after...

  • Model Liris Crosse makes great strides as 'Project Runway' cast member

    Model Liris Crosse makes great strides as 'Project Runway' cast member

    Less than a year ago, Liris Crosse was ready to walk away from her career as a plus-sized model. She had paid her dues working in New York City for more than a decade and was tired of being rejected for her size and color —especially in recent years. She was considering a change. “I felt as though...

  • City begins work to control traffic at 'crash corner' after Spirits Tavern accident

    City begins work to control traffic at 'crash corner' after Spirits Tavern accident

    Baltimore’s Department of Transportation installed new posts at the corner of Bank and Wolfe streets in Fells Point in an effort to control traffic at the intersection known to residents as “crash corner,” where Spirits Tavern was struck by a car last weekend. Running along Wolfe Street on the...

  • Game of Thrones episode 5 recap: 'The threat is real'

    Game of Thrones episode 5 recap: 'The threat is real'

    What an episode for touching (longing?) gazes between potential family members, completely awful plans, ignoring the single most important development of this series thus far (ahem, Sam) and of course, impending doom. Let’s get into it. At the top of “Eastwatch,” Bronn emerges from the Blackwater...

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