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Retro Baltimore Trivia

Retro Baltimore Trivia

Readers: Think you know your Baltimore? Try answering our weekly trivia question. Some weeks will be ridiculously easy, some weeks a bit more challenging. Put your best guess in the “answer” field and hit “submit.” Or comment on Instagram: @retrobaltimore. If you’d like to be recognized for a correct...

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Expedia names Baltimore as one of the 10 smelliest cities

Expedia names Baltimore as one of the 10 smelliest cities

Travel to Baltimore, and you’re bound to get a whiff of some interesting aromas — but what Expedia defines as Charm City’s signature scent might surprise you. Get ready to inhale. The travel company’s viewfinder blog named Baltimore one of the country’s 10 smelliest cities, citing its freshly baked...

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  • Wedded: Karen Clark and Bryon Stepp got married at the Maryland Zoo

    Wedded: Karen Clark and Bryon Stepp got married at the Maryland Zoo

    DATE: Sept. 2, 2017 HER STORY: Karen Lynn Clark, 56, was born and raised in Frederick and made her home in Pasadena. She is retired from the Department of Defense at Fort George G. Meade. Her father, Raymond Clark, lives in Sarasota, Fla. HIS STORY: Bryon Francis Stepp, 53, was born in Washington...

  • Wedded: Zackry Hromanik surprised Niki Newcomb with a flash mob proposal

    Wedded: Zackry Hromanik surprised Niki Newcomb with a flash mob proposal

    DATE: Aug. 21, 2017 HER STORY: Niki Lynn Newcomb, 25, was born and raised in Glen Burnie. She works as a kindergarten teacher in Anne Arundel County. Her parents, Thomas and Linda Newcomb, reside in Glen Burnie. HIS STORY: Zackry Philip Hromanik, 25, was born and raised in Parkville. He works as...

  • Wedded: For college sweethearts Alicia Besser and Eric Hansen, it all started at a party

    Wedded: For college sweethearts Alicia Besser and Eric Hansen, it all started at a party

    DATE: July 29 HER STORY: Alicia Besser, 27, was born and raised in Reisterstown. She works as a first-grade teacher at Fallsmead Elementary School in Rockville. Her parents, Karen and Stuart Besser, live in Finksburg. HIS STORY: Eric Hansen, 28, was born and raised in Damascus. He works as a coordinator...

  • Wedded: Casey Hughes and Joe Everett found love on OKCupid

    Wedded: Casey Hughes and Joe Everett found love on OKCupid

    DATE: July 8 HER STORY: Casey Hughes, 26, was born and raised in Parkton. She works as a special needs teacher in Troy, Ohio. Her father, Michael Hughes, lives in Parkton. Her mother, Kim Hughes, lives in Sparks. HIS STORY: Joe Everett, 26 was born and raised in Conover, Ohio. He works on the family...

  • Wedded: Keshia Pollack and Edward Porter believe 'God brought us together'

    Wedded: Keshia Pollack and Edward Porter believe 'God brought us together'

    DATE: Sept. 2, 2017 HER STORY: Keshia Pollack, 38, was born in Rockville Centre, N.Y., and grew up in Long Island, N.Y. She works as a professor. Her mother, Yvonne Pollack, lives in Long Island. HIS STORY: Edward Porter, 39, was born in Douglasville, Ga., and grew up in Alliance, Ohio. He works...

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  • Conscious capitalism: How businesses do well by doing good

    Conscious capitalism: How businesses do well by doing good

    What drives someone to take the risk and start their own business? Sometimes it’s a great product or an idea that solves a problem. But many small- and medium-sized businesses today have another focus: socially and environmentally conscious causes. Take, for example, small business Bayou with Love...

  • Do you feel protected against fraud? (Infographic)

    Many Americans are taking some action to protect themselves from fraud and data breaches but it’s often not enough. TransUnion is committed to making the understanding, managing and protecting of your information as simple and accessible as possible — which is why they launched the myTransUnion...

  • Chemical conundrum: 5 ways to keep pesticides away from your kids

    Chemical conundrum: 5 ways to keep pesticides away from your kids

    As pesticides continue to be used on crops, in landscaping and in consumer products, many Americans are becoming more concerned about the effect of such chemicals on our children. Because children’s brains and nervous systems are at early and critical stages of development, they are more susceptible...

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