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  • Park Quest program fills up in less than two hours

    Park Quest program fills up in less than two hours
    In its fifth year, the Park Quest program run by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources closed its registration for 1,000 families last Monday in less than two hours. Told that the spots went as fast as Springsteen tickets, program director Barb...
  • T. Rowe Price sees Facebook investment more than triple in a year

    T. Rowe Price Group's stake in Facebook Inc. more than tripled in value as the social networking giant went public Friday. At the close of the market Friday, T. Rowe's investment in Facebook was valued at $695.8 million. The Baltimore-based mutual fund...
  • Milestones for old media and new

    You know that question of who, dead or alive, you'd want to invite to a dinner party? I know, I hate it too. It's hard enough to plan the right mix and menu for an actual gathering, and make sure you don't invite people with the kind of romantic,...
  • Hampden: Here's your chance to learn about the cultural significance of Madonna

    Do you like Madonna? No, no, not the religious one, the pop icon one. If so, be sure to check out Atomic Books, 3620 Falls Road, on Friday, May 25 as Laura Barcella, the editor of "Madonna & Me: Women Writers on the Queen of Pop," hosts readings from...
  • Anne Arundel County religion briefs

    Services to honor military Active-duty military and veterans will be recognized in worship services at 8 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Sunday, May 27, at Galilee Lutheran Church, 4652 Mountain Road in Pasadena. Military personnel will be invited to come forward to...
  • Budget boutiques aim for high-fashion and low prices

    Budget boutiques aim for high-fashion and low prices
    Christie Griffiths left behind her New York City life — working with fashion lines like Diane von Furstenberg, Nanette Lepore and Rag & Bone — and opted to cater to more cost-conscious consumers in Baltimore. She opened Brightside Boutique and...
  • Owings Mills development fight takes on feel of campaign

    Owings Mills development fight takes on feel of campaign
    With residents being bombarded by fliers, robocalls, even a telephone opinion survey, the fight over the future of the former Solo Cup site in Baltimore County is taking on the trappings of a political campaign. As the debate continues about whether...
  • City posts online survey for Laurel residents

    In an effort to improve how city news is distributed, Laurel city officials are using a short, online survey to get input from residents. The information distribution survey can be accessed on the city's website, laurel.md.us and includes questions on...
  • Methadone clinics don't attract crime, study finds

    Methadone clinics don't attract crime, study finds
    Methadone clinics are often seen as the bad neighbor nobody wants. Residents concerned about crime and other quality-of-life issues often protest if they even hear word of a methadone clinic, which treats those addicted to heroin and other opiates, is...
  • How about a Baltimore-brewed Natty Boh?

    There has been a lot of talk about beer in The Sun recently — news of bar openings, microbreweries setting up shop, even an article about how the owner of National Bohemian helped bring the Orioles to town ("Beer, baseball and Baltimore," May 16)....
  • Rock & Bus facing backlash over Sweetlife Festival transportation screw-up

    Rock & Bus facing backlash over Sweetlife Festival transportation screw-up
    A party bus company that promised "luxury charter buses" to the Sweetlife Music Festival Saturday is facing a major backlash and thousands of dollars in refunds after it left hundreds of customers stranded. Numaan Akram, founder and CEO of Rock & Bus,...
  • Geeks on a Train leaves this Thursday morning

    All aboard! What are you doing this Thursday? It's nice to see an idea that percolated in the Baltimore Tech Facebook group months ago get birthed into reality this week. The "Geeks on a Train" event is about connecting Baltimore's tech community with...