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  • Sharon Love's lawsuit raises questions about coaches' responsibilities

    Sharon Love's lawsuit raises questions about coaches' responsibilities
    Although a Charlottesville, Va., jury found one man — athlete George Huguely V — criminally responsible for the beating death of Yeardley Love, his former girlfriend and fellow lacrosse player at the University of Virginia, the young woman's...
  • Free stuff for Mom on Mother's Day

    Mom wouldn’t want you to spend your scarce dollars on her. But you can spend the day with her and enjoy some free events. Baltimore County Golf is offering a free round of golf at two public courses, Greystone or Woodlands. The deal requires that...
  • Bids being taken for community gardening awards

    B'more Green generally stays away from touting commercial products or companies, largely because we lack the time or resources to vet them.  But my green-thumbed colleague Susan Reimer passed this along, and it seemed too worthwhile to ignore: Nature...
  • Marriottsville/Sykesville/Woodstock: Bon Secours gets a new name and new image

    If you were asked to name venues in western Howard County that are available for meetings, conferences, retreats, and other gatherings, what would you suggest? Maybe Nixon's Farm or Circle D or the Glenwood Community Center? Did you think of Bon Secours...
  • T. Rowe Price managers met with Facebook execs Tuesday

    As part of its public offering roadshow, Facebook executives met Tuesday evening with managers of T. Rowe Price, whose stake in the social media company could be worth as much as $637 million in the public market. Price owns more than 18 million...
  • Skaters give North Laurel skate park thumbs up

    After being open nearly a year, skateboarders are mostly pleased with the North Laurel Community Center's outdoor skate park, which Howard County opened last June. The 12,000-square-foot park opened June 3, 2011 along with the rest of the $25 million...
  • Blue Agave in Federal Hill will reopen on May 17 under new ownership

    Blue Agave in Federal Hill will reopen on May 17 under new ownership
    Blue Agave has new owners, Brian Acquavella and Nicole Callender. They closed the Federal Hill restaurant right after Cinco De Mayo for renovations. They plan to have it back open on May 17. In the meantime, they're asking the dining public to weigh in on...
  • Creating a day care checklist that's free of euphemisms

    Creating a day care checklist that's free of euphemisms
    My son Aaron started day care on Monday, the same day I returned to the office. I wanted to start him a week earlier to transition him in a little more subtly, but it appears I was in denial about going back to work, and there weren't any free spaces...
  • Calle's Cucina closes in Barclay after seven-month run

    Calle's Cucina closes in Barclay after seven-month run
    Calle's Cucina, an Italian restaurant on St. Paul St. has closed. The BYOB restaurant, which opened just last November in the old Yabba Pot space in Barclay, featured traditional Italian menu items like lasagna Bolognese, braciola and chicken saltimbocca....
  • Harassment on abortion is wrong, no matter which side you're on

    I say the following as someone who supports the pro-life position. Harassing individuals who are pro-choice and particularly their children is outrageous. It is unequivocally wrong to target Todd Stave through fliers comparing him to Nazis; advertising...
  • A parent's guide to teen social media slang

    A parent's guide to teen social media slang
    For the past few years, Lara DiPaola has come home from her job in marketing and started her second job, as an unofficial translator for her 13-year-old-daughter, Katie. Like many teens, Katie speaks in abbrevs — shortened or combined versions of...
  • Tattoos, technology converge at Baltimore body art convention

    Tattoos, technology converge at Baltimore body art convention
    Not even getting stabbed repeatedly by a needle could get Danielle Cromb to put down her smartphone Saturday afternoon. "I've been on Tumblr, Facebook, Pinterest," said Cromb, of Charleston, S.C., who clutched her iPhone as she was having ink injected...