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  • Straddling the divide

    You might think, amid the pedants' red glare, bombast bursting in air, that prescriptivists and descriptivists are two different hominid species, assuming that you grant hominid status to each. But while caricatures occasionally manifest themselves in...
  • Police investigated cannibalism suspect in machete report

    Police investigated cannibalism suspect in machete report
    Three weeks before Alexander Kinyua was charged with dismembering a family friend and eating some of the body parts, police at Morgan State University investigated a report that the suspect had a machete in his dorm room, school officials confirmed...
  • Restaurant locks her non-tipping family inside, customer says

    Restaurant locks her non-tipping family inside, customer says
    When a woman refused to pay the automatic 17% gratuity at a Houston seafood restaurant named La Fisherman, she says the restaurant locked her and her party inside the restaurant and threatened to call the police. The story, which was reported by KRPC,...
  • Apple dropped a concussion grenade on the tech world today, especially Google, Garmin

    Apple dropped a concussion grenade on the tech world today, especially Google, Garmin
    My eyes, I can't see. My ears, they're ringing. What's that? Apple did what? Yeah, Apple dropped a big concussion grenade on us today, especially Google and the GPS makers. CEO Tim Cook & Co. unveiled a ton of new goodies at Apple's annual developer...
  • Lacrosse marathon at Boys' Latin to support Wounded Warrior Project

    Boys' Latin is gearing up for round-the-clock lacrosse starting Thursday morning to raise money for wounded American soldiers through the Wounded Warrior Project. Shootout for Soldiers is a 24-hour lacrosse game set to take place from 9 a.m. Thursday...
  • The mistake of taking the hard line

    Commenting from Albion, the estimable Picky recently wrote: "As I look back on a very privileged life I note that although the language I spoke mostly as a child was that of the London streets, my parents (typically of the upper working class in those...
  • Facebook considering lower age restrictions

    Facebook considering lower age restrictions
    The folks at Facebook are thinking about lowering the age restrictions on the site to allow tweens. Officially, the site is closed to those under age 13, but many kids lie about their age to get in. My tween tried it and was kicked off the site. I'm not...
  • It's happening: Geeks on a Train, a Baltimore idea, rolls out of DC May 24

    An idea that mushroomed out of the Baltimore Tech Facebook group back in November, led by local tech guru Mike Subelsky, is coming to fruition this month. That's right: Geeks On A Train. The idea of better connecting the Northeast tech/geek/entrepreneur/...
  • Debate brews over complimentary coffee and other freebies for firefighters, police

    At the Royal Farms on Key Highway, David DeVincentz fills a cup to the brim with ice before pouring in his daily sweet tea. He has money in his pocket to pay for it but knows the clerks will insist he take it free of charge. "I never, ever expect to be...
  • Gus's Deli closes in Bel Air

    After being open just a couple of years, Gus's Deli Mart on Route 1 in Bel Air has abruptly closed its doors. The convenience store was in the shopping center with Looney's Pub for two years after replacing Wawa, Harford County government spokesman Bob...
  • Laurel Cable TV to offer training class this summer

    Laurel Cable TV will hold a six-week producer training class, beginning June 20, for anyone interested in learning about television production or volunteering with the station. The class is open to participates ages 14 and up. Classes will be on...
  • Finally somebody says it: Graduates, you're not that special

    Finally somebody says it: Graduates, you're not that special
    The English-teacher son of a Pulitzer Prize winner gave a much-ballyhooed commencement speech recently to students graduating from an American high school that one might categorize as privileged. David McCullough Jr., a teacher at Wellesley High School in...