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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......
  • Zach Lederer, 'Zaching,' and the local teen's bold fight against cancer

    Zach Lederer, 'Zaching,' and the local teen's bold fight against cancer
    It is an image that has inspired hundreds, if not thousands. Zach Lederer, 18, stares directly and defiantly into the camera, arms up and flexed in a muscle pose, surrounded by the medical accouterments of his hospital bed. He had just come out of brain...
  • Laura Kirk cops second weather contest prize

     
    So who is this Laura Kirk person, really? For the second time this year, Ms. Kirk has copped a major award from The Sun, correctly guessing that BWI would record 40 days of 90-degree-plus weather this past summer.Last December, the Owings......
  • Poll: Weather whiplash

     
    The Baltimore Sun Facebook Page asked: After a high near 60 today, snow is possible overnight. Do you...- enjoy the wild weather swings- wish Mother Nature would make up her mind, one way or another- want winter to stay a......
  • Plans under way for a dog park at Honeygo Run Regional Park

    Plans under way for a dog park at Honeygo Run Regional Park
    Lois Lorenz is thrilled at the prospect of a fenced-in dog-romping field at Honeygo Run Regional Park. But the real benefit will be to Lorenz's dogs, Pixie and Daisy. "They love to play with other dogs," she said. Lorenz, who lives in White Marsh,...
  • The Falls in Mount Washington closes

    The Falls in Mount Washington closes
    The Falls has closed. A message posted Tuesday morning on the Mount Washington restaurant's Facebook page says, "Attention friends and neighbors: We're saddened to announce that after almost 2 great years we are no longer open for business, effective...
  • Lake Evesham girl raises money to help amputee teacher drive again after losing arms and legs

    Lake Evesham girl raises money to help amputee teacher drive again after losing arms and legs
    Casey Brown's handshake was warm, but shy, as if the 10-year-old Lake Evesham girl was surprised anyone would want to shake her hand. Anne Mekalian's handshake was more confident, but understandably colder, more of a spongy fist bump with the palm open,...
  • Wear black. Light a candle. Vigil for Video Americain tonight

    Wear black. Light a candle. Vigil for Video Americain tonight
    They're taking it like a death in the family. A death in the family of cool, quirky, character-filled shops that make Baltimore Baltimore. So, they're mourning. Tonight is the last night in business for the Video Americain video rental store in Charles...
  • Ray Lewis' Hunt Valley project stalled, subcontractors owed over $1 million

    Ray Lewis' Hunt Valley project stalled, subcontractors owed over $1 million
    The bowling alley business dream of Baltimore Ravens star Ray Lewis lies half-built in a far corner of the Hunt Valley Town Centre. Cinder blocks and plywood cover the entrances and windows; rubble and metal vents sit piled inside a chain-link fence....