Roughly Speaking: What happened to the State Center project?

Lifestyle

Home & Garden

More Home & Garden

Travel

More Travel

Harriet Tubman National Historical Park becomes reality

New York lawmakers and federal parks officials are gathering in Washington, D.C. to formally establish the Harriet Tubman National Historical Park in New York. U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell will preside over an official signing ceremony Tuesday that will make the park part of the National...

Maryland Family

More Maryland Family

Retro Baltimore

More Retro Baltimore
The Sun Front Page: Jan. 18, 1950

Pets

More Pets

Weddings & Engagements

More weddings & engagements
Wedded: Katie Falter and Tony Peck found love in Hawaii

Wedded: Katie Falter and Tony Peck found love in Hawaii

Date: Nov. 12 Her story: Katherine Falter, 30, was born in Baltimore and grew up in Bel Air. Her parents, Patricia and Robert Falter, live in Jarrettsville. She is a sonographer at The Queen's Medical Center in Ewa Beach, Hawaii. His story: Anthony "Tony" Peck, 34, was born in Wahiawa, Hawaii,...

Fashion

More fashion

Bay, Beach and Crabs

  • Trump's pick for EPA vows to support Chesapeake Bay cleanup effort

    Trump's pick for EPA vows to support Chesapeake Bay cleanup effort

    President-elect Donald Trump's nominee to lead the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, a frequent critic of environmental regulations, appeared to offer support Wednesday for a federally directed Chesapeake Bay cleanup program he once sued to stop. Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, who...

  • EPA pick Pruitt says climate change isn't hoax, but cause is up for debate

    EPA pick Pruitt says climate change isn't hoax, but cause is up for debate

    President-elect Donald Trump's nominee to lead the Environmental Protection Agency outlined a vision for scaling back the office's reach, while pledging to support clean air and water and hold polluters responsible for violations when necessary. Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt told the Senate...

  • Baltimore County solar-farm bill withdrawn

    Baltimore County solar-farm bill withdrawn

    A Baltimore County councilman withdrew legislation Tuesday that would have regulated the emerging use of solar facilities on rural lands, saying council members could not agree on limits for the size of such projects. Councilman Wade Kach's move came after months of discussion on the issue. The...

  • Interior nominee Ryan Zinke disputes Trump on climate change

    Interior nominee Ryan Zinke disputes Trump on climate change

    Donald Trump's choice to head the Interior Department on Tuesday rejected the president-elect's claim that climate change is a hoax, saying it is indisputable that environmental changes are affecting the world's temperature and human activity is a major reason. "I don't believe it's a hoax," Rep....

Maryland Crabs

More crabs
  • How to pick crabs

    How to pick crabs

    A step-by-step guide to getting the most from your steamed crab. -- Kit Pollard Waskom

  • Maryland crabs

    Maryland crabs

  • Soft-shell crabs

    Soft-shell crabs

    There's no denying that soft-shell crabs are a little weird. They're slimy and slippery when raw. Cooked in a sandwich, their spindly legs and grabby claws poke out from the slices of bread and make some people wonder, "Do you seriously think I'm going to eat that?" Soft crabs are simply blue crabs...

  • Top 10 Baltimore crab decks

    Top 10 Baltimore crab decks

    Traditionally, Baltimoreans don't have their first crab feast until Memorial Day, when they can move the meal outside. The days are longer, and the crabs are fatter. Get to know our favorite Baltimore-area crab decks and patios. Because crabs just taste better when you're sitting outside.  

  • Maryland dishes that feature Old Bay

    Maryland dishes that feature Old Bay

    Three cheers for the yellow, blue and red. Old Bay is celebrating its home-town pride with the Summer of Baytriotism, a summer-long celebration including restaurant promotions, a search for the Voice of Baltimore and the introduction of Blippar, an engaging technology that will allow Baltimoreans...

Lifestyle Articles

View More
What's This?
This advertiser has no influence over Editorial decisions or content.
  • Americans have less tolerance for power outages in a digital world

    Americans have less tolerance for power outages in a digital world

    A flash of lighting, a loud clap of thunder and BOOM! Suddenly everything goes dark and you know the power in your home is officially out. Just about everyone has experienced a power outage due to a seasonal storm in their lifetime and it is a trend that continues to grow between super storms and...

  • Paying for college: Options reduce need for student loans

    While only a fortunate few students can expect a free college education by winning full academic or athletic scholarships, everyone can take advantage of a combination of academic aid, grants, fellowships, work-study and student loans to pay for a four-year degree, says Peter Gayle, a vice president...

  • Bred for purpose: History behind the show dog, and what makes your breed unique today

    Bred for purpose: History behind the show dog, and what makes your breed unique today

    It's easy enough for any dog lover to fall for the silky coat of the Golden Retriever, a Siberian Husky's striking blue eyes or a Dalmatian's spots. In fact, most dog owners say it was the look of a breed that drew them to bring home that puppy in the first place. "As beautiful as these dogs are,...

46°