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  • Running: Dozer the dog to play significant role in Maryland Half Marathon

    Running: Dozer the dog to play significant role in Maryland Half Marathon
    Nearly a year ago — in your time, it would be seven years in my time — I was wandering around my yard when I noticed people running by. I didn't know where they were going, but I figured it must be someplace very interesting because there...
  • About 21,000 high earners paid no federal income tax

    About 21,000 high earners paid no federal income tax
    A new report from the IRS shows that nearly 21,000 American households with incomes of $200,000 and up didn't owe federal income taxes. If you're like me, your first question is: How can that be? Your possible next question: Can I get that kind of tax...
  • Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Wednesday

    Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Wednesday
    WEATHER Today's forecast calls for mostly cloudy skies and a high temperature near 76 degrees. Tonight is expected to be mostly cloudy, with a low temperature around 64 degrees. TRAFFIC Check our traffic updates for this morning's issues as you plan...
  • More questions in cannibalism case as beating victim speaks out

    More questions in cannibalism case as beating victim speaks out
    Questions on are mounting on whether someone missed troubling warning signs before Morgan State University senior Alexander Kinyua allegedly cut up a family friend and ate his heart and part of his brains. Today, we bring you an interview with a man who...
  • Commentary: 'We will all remember – Graduation Day'

    What a way to start out Graduation Week 2012 in Harford County. First, a Joppatowne man is arrested and charged with killing, dismembering and eating the heart and part of the brain of another man. Next a tornado touches down in Fallston and does a...
  • Beach House: Baltimore's biggest band turns its back on fame

    Beach House: Baltimore's biggest band turns its back on fame
    When Beach House, the Baltimore dream-pop duo of Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally, released 2010's "Teen Dream," the band was immediately thrust into the forefront of the indie-music world. Pitchfork named it the fifth best album of the year; Rolling...
  • Bel Air fire chief hopes others can learn from Facebook case

    Bel Air fire chief hopes others can learn from Facebook case
    The four Bel Air firefighters suspended or demoted for comments they made on Facebook may appeal the disciplinary actions and several have expressed an interest in doing so, Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company Chief Eddie Hopkins said Wednesday. Their...
  • Flowermart embraces the 21st century, but with lemon sticks

    Flowermart embraces the 21<sup>s</sup><sup>t</sup> century, but with lemon sticks
    The big hats, the beautiful flowers, the maypole, the lemon peppermint sticks — those are the hallmarks of Baltimore's Flowermart, an oasis of old-fashioned gentility that its organizers promise will stay that way. Which is why it's a little...
  • Main St. pops on first Saturdays

    Linda Read was kind enough to send me information about this season's Port Paloozas. The event is a monthly street festival, held on the first Saturday of each month from May through October. Crafters and vendors set up shop in the town square and live...
  • About 10,600 people like Facebook's organ donation effort so far

    About 10,600 people like Facebook's organ donation effort so far
    Facebook has started an effort to get more people interested in organ donation -- and so far about 10,600 people "like" this. Read The Sun's story in today's paper here. But the effort seems to at least partially stem from a conversation a hopkins doctor...
  • After long journey, Rosenberg finds a seat on the board

    After long journey, Rosenberg finds a seat on the board
    Having a father in the United States Air Force has forced Cole Rosenberg to adjust to new surroundings. Moving eight times can do that. "I've gotten good at making friends from the activities I'm involved in," said Rosenberg, a junior at Hammond High...
  • A call to action, to stop bullying

    I don't typically use these columns as a platform to offer up my opinion on trending issues throughout the nation. It is much easier to simply write about my life and not deal with the hate mail that can come with opinionated columns. I'm hoping,...