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  • Microbrewery fest reportedly canceled due to weather

    The website for the Maryland Microbrewery Festival is reporting on Friday, Sept. 23, that the festival — scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 24, at Union Mills Homestead, Westminster — has been canceled. According to the site — the event...
  • Baltimore Sun digital subscription FAQ

    Baltimore Sun digital subscription FAQ
    Frequently Asked Questions How do I sign up for a digital subscription? You can go to baltimoresun.com/digital  What is a digital subscription and why should I get one? A digital subscription gives you unlimited access to all the content of...
  • Cat hoarding case update: Adopters sought

    Cat hoarding case update: Adopters sought
    Last week authorities in Anne Arundel County rescued nearly 70 cat from an apparent cat hoarder in Severna Park. After tips about conditions at the Cool Cats Rescue Center, officials moved in and pulled dozens of cats from the facility, two of which were...
  • New details revealed in Catonsville terrorism investigation

    Antonio Martinez — aka Muhammad Hussein — was pretty sure he was being set up. A car bomb had been handed to him, and two volunteers he barely knew were suddenly on board with a jihadist plot to murder military personnel in Catonsville. But...
  • In new book 'Going Home,' Jon Katz offers wisdom on finding peace after a pet dies

    In new book 'Going Home,' Jon Katz offers wisdom on finding peace after a pet dies
    This week I started a new book and before I'd made it past the introduction, I was already in tears. The book was about coping with the grief of losing a pet. I can barely handle it on paper. I can't even imagine what it will feel like in real life. But...
  • If The Sun charges for its website, it needs a better website

    I just about spit out my coffee Sunday morning when I read that you are going to start charging for access to the online version of The Sun. The Sun website is the worst website I have ever tried to use. Have you ever looked at the Washington Post or the...
  • The master plan discussion continues at Monday's Abingdon Community Council meeting

    The county's land use map, which shows residential density, and its zoning map don't always coincide, a member of the land preservation group Friends of Harford told members of the Abingdon Community Council at their meeting Monday night. As the deadline...
  • Not everybody, but hundreds go to Gino's opening in Towson

    Not everybody, but hundreds go to Gino's opening in Towson
    Dozens of people from around the state lined up for hours Wednesday morning at the new Gino's in Towson. For the patient, it was their first chance to try a Gino's Giant in more than 20 years. Bruce Voge III, 33 of Gwynn Oak; Marty Miodeck, 35, of...
  • A peek at the Bond Street Social menu

    A peek at the Bond Street Social menu
    Neill Howell, executive chef of the soon-to-open Bond Street Social, sent over the latest version of the restaurant's opening menu. Bond Street Social is scheduled to open soon in the old DuClaw space on the corner of Thames and Bond streets in Fells...
  • Around the Web: Advice to occupiers, daytime bars, zombies, serenity in the city

    Around the Web: Advice to occupiers, daytime bars, zombies, serenity in the city
    -------------------- Around the Web is a weekday roundup of posts by Sun community network members and other Baltimore area bloggers and websites. To suggest a post, share it on our wall on Facebook, tweet a link to it using the #mdblogs hashtag or fill...
  • Y of Central Maryland, Our lady of Perpetual Health Church to sponsor blood drives this month in Ellicott City

    We are fortunate to have two organizations in Ellicott City that are sponsoring upcoming blood drives to help the Red Cross. Blood is needed any time of the year, but especially now after the 5.8 magnitude earthquake, Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm...
  • Glenwood/Glenelg: Practice helps third-grader Gracen Alsheimer become a flat-out scale star

    Students have been back to school for just over a month, but already Amy Syversen, director of bands at Dayton Oaks Elementary School, is proud to name a scale star. Students are rewarded for each scale played by memory, and receive additional recognition...