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  • New and old in Ocean City

     
    Thought you might want to hear about a few new restaurants in Ocean City in case you're headed down this weekend. What else is new in Ocean City and the Delaware beaches? What are you most looking forward to eating......
  • 'American Idol' recap: Scotty and Lauren duke it out

     
    Janell reports from her vacation -- again -- on the final performance episode of this season of American Idol. Take it away, Janell:Finale time! It must almost be summer! I will once again (and for perhaps the last time) overshare......
  • Introducing the Candwich

     
    Meet the Candwich. (Eater)Official website. Well, the company has a sense of humor anyway. This Conan O'Brien video was on the product's Facebook page.......
  • Farmers' market is NOT a Grand Prix casualty

     
    UPDATE: The Farmer's Market is ON for Sunday, September 4. I just got a call from Deputy Mayor Kaliope Parthenos confirming it. The Mayor, Parthemos said, made the decision a few weeks ago. I hadn't been notified. Here's Michael Dresser's......
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  • Primary election: For Bill Ferguson

    Primary election: For Bill Ferguson
    It's rare for an election to so clearly capture the changing nature of a community the way the race for Baltimore's 46th state Senate district does. The traditional blue collar communities around Baltimore's waterfront have, for years, been transforming...
  • Patients praise Hopkins surgeon as calm, forthright

    Patients praise Hopkins surgeon as calm, forthright
    Elizabeth Coxe's back pain was flaring up again. She'd been thrown from a horse about 35 years ago, and a new knee injury was aggravating the old hurt. Last fall, on the advice of friends, she sought and got relief from Dr. David B. Cohen, the Johns...
  • Where to spot Baltimore in 'The Social Network'

    The creators of "The Social Network" used the Johns Hopkins University's Homewood campus to double for Harvard because of its similar Georgian-style brick and marble. They did such a superb job you must look sharp to spot Hopkins in the finished film....
  • Howard County braces for storm as Irene moves in

    Howard County braces for storm as Irene moves in
    The bottled water and battery aisles are getting barren. The hardware stores have been raided. Area residents are rushing to local stores in anticipation of Hurricane Irene, and officials in Howard County continue to prepare for the huge storm. Irene is...
  • Dog days of summer end with pooch pool party in Ellicott City

    Attention all canines! Here's something to wag your tail about — Howard County Recreation and Parks's annual Pooch Pool Party at the Roger Carter Recreation Center, in Ellicott City, is set for Sept. 10. You can choose one of two sessions: 10 to 11:...
  • Tales of Irene: Who's staying open? Who's not?

    Tales of Irene: Who's staying open? Who's not?
    The Baltimore Farmers' Market has been cancelled for Sunday, Aug. 28. The Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar will resume its regular schedule for Labor Day weekend on Sunday, Sept. 4, from 7 a.m. until noon.  Just after 2 p.m. on Saturday, the...
  • David Troy's next big projects: fixing email, government transparency

    David Troy's next big projects: fixing email, government transparency
    David Troy started tinkering with computers when he was 7 years old. In the 1980s and 1990s, he ran a company that sold Atari computers by mail in Anne Arundel County. That venture eventually morphed into ToadNet, a regional Internet service provider that...