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  • 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...
  • Millennial Media today to release first quarterly financial results since IPO

    Millennial Media today to release first quarterly financial results since IPO
    Millennial Media Inc., which operates one of the largest mobile ad networks, is expected to release financial results for its first quarter of 2012 -- the first quarterly report from the company since going public on March 29. The release will come after...
  • Balancing cybersecurity and privacy

    Balancing cybersecurity and privacy
    From the assembly lines of Detroit to the steel mills of Pittsburgh to the oil fields of Houston, our country has been built by an entrepreneurial spirit and thirst for innovation. And despite our recent economic challenges, that spirit is alive and well....
  • The Interview: Bentley on a maritime promise lost

    The Interview: Bentley on a maritime promise lost
    The Baltimore Sun's front page on July 22, 1959, carried the news accompanied by a six-column photo: The world's first nuclear-powered cargo ship had been launched at Camden, N.J. The christening of the $47 million N/S Savannah was bigger than news about...
  • 'Diablo III,' 'Max Payne 3' take gaming by storm

    'Diablo III,' 'Max Payne 3' take gaming by storm
    Fans across the country lined up at video game retailers late last night to purchase copies of “Diablo III” for the PC and “Max Payne 3” for consoles in what has been a whirlwind 24 hours for gaming. With a combined 21-year...
  • The St. Patrick's Day brawl

    The St. Patrick's Day brawl
    New details of the Baltimore police response to a particularly large, unruly and violent crowd of youths downtown over theSt. Patrick's Dayweekend not only raise the question of whether the department has the resources it needs to anticipate and respond...
  • Venus Theatre grows up with 'Punk Rock Mom'

    Venus Theatre grows up with 'Punk Rock Mom'
    When the Ramones released "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment" in 1977, the punk rock band hadn't a clue that their provocative antiestablishment lyrics would one day set the tone for a story about fierce parental love. Thirty-five years later, pop punk has...
  • Surveillance state saps freedom

    Surveillance state saps freedom
    The surveillance state expands. The Patriot Act allows our phones to be wiretapped. Our email and Internet transactions leave a trail for some to follow. The police can access our GPS location data through our smartphones without a warrant. Retailers...