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  • b rants: Rawlings-Blake, Dixon and more

    b rants: Rawlings-Blake, Dixon and more
    b’s signature rants: Real comments from Baltimoreans. Share your rants! Comment here; post on facebook.com/bthesite; Tweet @bthesite; text your rant to 70701 (keyword: rant) or call 410-332-6660. You need money to go shopping? i am broke trying to...
  • President Obama still covets TV time, but the medium is no longer loving him back

    President Obama still covets TV time, but the medium is no longer loving him back
    With this week's skirmish over whether President Obama or a debate among the GOP presidential candidates would dominate prime time Wednesday night, a couple of observations seem impossible to ignore. The first is yet another reminder of how wrong...
  • Table Talk: A veteran caterer lands in Arbutus

    Table Talk: A veteran caterer lands in Arbutus
    Arbutus, for all of its charms and assets, is not generally credited with being a culinary capital. The dining choices in family-oriented community on the southwest tip Baltimore County tend toward the tried and true. A veteran caterer is hoping to...
  • Baltimore Grand Prix: You can still get to your favorite restaurant

    Baltimore Grand Prix: You can still get to your favorite restaurant
    I got a call from a resturateur on Thursday night who worried that diners were freaking out about the TV news coverage of Thursday's traffic snarl. The images and reporting, this person said, made it look like every street in five counties was gridlocked....
  • Crabs: Where is your Labor Day crab feast?

    Crabs: Where is your Labor Day crab feast?
    Two Sun colleagues have asked me for a crab house recommendation for today. One more time, and it'll be a trend. Here is our listing of area crab houses and my July story, in picture gallery form, on 5 Quintessential Maryland Crab Houses. Also, check...
  • Grand Prix Baltimore -- a tornado for the restaurant business

    Grand Prix Baltimore -- a tornado for the restaurant business
    The Baltimore Grand Prix's effect on restaurant business was as unpredictable as a tornado. I spoke with restaurant owners who told me they had their best Labor Day weekend ever. But business was off elsewhere, sometimes way off. Business was off in...
  • Should college football coaches ban tweeting?

    Just set boundaries Stephen Gross The Morning Call South Carolina's Steve Spurrier, Boise State's Chris Petersen and Kansas' Turner Gill all have banned their athletes from using Twitter. But a better option for a coach — college or pro —...
  • Are the Terps' new helmets too much like those by Charm City Roller Girls?

    Are the Terps' new helmets too much like those by Charm City Roller Girls?
    When the Terps’ revealed a new uniform and helmets before Monday’s game, there was much oohhing and ahhing over the all-white look with the Maryland state flag motif. But at least one corner of Baltimore reacted with a dismayed pang of...
  • University of Maryland makes a fashion fumble

    University of Maryland makes a fashion fumble
    After a nationally televised victory, one imagines the Terps spending the next day basking in glory. Not waiting for a call from "What Not to Wear." But as the University of Maryland football team hit the field for their season opener against the Miami...
  • Debate continues between Harford Humane Society and former shelter volunteer group HOPE

    Debate continues between Harford Humane Society and former shelter volunteer group HOPE
    Two opposing organizations with the same objective: help Harford County's animals. Where they differ is when the decision comes to either put the animal up for adoption or to have it euthanized. And while the two groups have had little, if any, back and...
  • Bar review: Parkside Sports Bar is rowdy in all the right ways

    Bar review: Parkside Sports Bar is rowdy in all the right ways
    On Friday, there will be a pingpong tournament in Baltimore. It won't take place at an arena or a YMCA. It's at a bar. The pingpong tournament is one of the distinguishing features of Parkside Sports Bar and Pub, which opened in Canton late last year....
  • Former Howard County farm envisioned for children's garden

    Former farmland near the heart of Columbia would become a children's garden and "early childhood education nature center" if a citizens group is successful in persuading Howard County officials to carry out the project. The land is part of a 300-acre...