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  • Maryland Science Center campers marched to the gift shop

    Maryland Science Center campers marched to the gift shop
    A neighbor and friend of mine sent her first grader to camp at the Maryland Science Center, or as she refers to it now, the Maryland Shopping Center. Seems the campers are making regular visits to the gift shop. Here's what the friend, Janine Holc, a...
  • Cafe Hon owner Denise Whiting gets a restraining order against protester

    Cafe Hon owner Denise Whiting gets a restraining order against protester
    The brouhaha surrounding the trademarking of the word "hon" seemed to become more serious Monday as Denise Whiting was granted a restraining order against a man who organized recent protests against her. Judge Joan Bossman Gordan issued the so-called...
  • No Weiner worries for Leopold

    No Weiner worries for Leopold
    Here's one Maryland politician who will never get swept up in a Weinergate-style scandal, despite his being named in a sexual harassment lawsuit and his participation in a very strange incident in a mall parking lot. Anne Arundel County Exec John R....
  • Why does Mayor Rawlings-Blake always look so bored?

    Why does Mayor Rawlings-Blake always look so bored?
    This photo just made its way to me via Facebook. Not sure when it was taken, but jeeze louise, could Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, standing inches away from President Obama, look any more bored? William Donald Schaefer was Mayor Annoyed. In SRB we have...
  • Melissa Etheridge to hold fundraiser for Del. Heather Mizeur

    Melissa Etheridge to hold fundraiser for Del. Heather Mizeur
    The good news for fans of Melissa Etheridge and state Del. Heather Mizeur: The Grammy-winning artist will help the Montgomery County Democrat raise money next week at a $1,000-a-head fundraiser that includes a concert ticket, backstage pass and meet-and-...
  • Councilwoman Conaway's $21 million lawsuit inspires Adam Meister to party

    Councilwoman Conaway's $21 million lawsuit inspires Adam Meister to party
    If City Councilwoman Belinda Conaway really thinks she's going to get $21 million out of Examiner columnist Adam Meister, she'd better hurry. Looks like he's about to spend a fortune. An invite he's posted on Facebook reads: "Adam Meister's $21 million...
  • The Florida pastor, Sept. 11 and the restaurant meal deal

     
    The Rev. Terry Jones, the pyromaniacal Florida pastor whose on-again, off-again plan to burn the Quran on Sept. 11 has sparked violent protests around the world, has inspired something else right here in Baltimore: a half-price entree deal.Details are...
  • 'Project Runway' finale recap: And the winner is ...

     
    Janell reports on last night's Project Runway finale. Grazie, Janell! And air kisses, Heidi-style!:Previously, oh it was sad. Michael C only showed one color to the judges, and they made him cry and sent him away. Tonight: Fashion Week!We start......
  • Cummings says nephew was disciplined, focused

    Cummings says nephew was disciplined, focused
    Remembering his nephew as a gregarious and entrepreneurial student who "was going to be somebody," Rep. Elijah E. Cummings said Monday that his killing should prompt university officials everywhere to reassess off-campus security. Christopher Cummings,...
  • What's in a name? How about a number?

    Quick: Spell a 16-letter word meaning 150th anniversary. Sesqu …. icenten …. ni…. Oh, never mind. Or perhaps you got it right on the first try … without looking in the dictionary? … or doing a Google search? For the...
  • Howard rec center joins record bid for largest swim lesson

    Howard rec center joins record bid for largest swim lesson
    For the three Wigley brothers, the pool outing was more about doing cannonballs and pretending to be alligators than being part of a worldwide event. But for the staff at the Roger Carter Recreation Center in historic Ellicott City, Tuesday's focus was...
  • Baltimore weekend dining: Sade, Father's Day and International Sushi Day

    Baltimore weekend dining: Sade, Father's Day and International Sushi Day
    What's up this weekend? Some lucky  folks will be going to see Sade launch her first tour in a decade at 1st Mariner Arena, some folks will be gathering with their families on Father's Day, and some folks will be taking in the fun at the Baltimore Pride...