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  • Roses add a bouquet of flavor

    Roses add a bouquet of flavor
    Sorry, Gertrude Stein, but you got it wrong with "Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose." The flower has a whole new identity: out of the bud vase and onto the plate. Long used in Persian and Indian cooking, rose is a flavor not commonly found in American...
  • Woman's Industrial Exchange reopens: "To the women who went before us"

    Woman's Industrial Exchange reopens: "To the women who went before us"
    The historic lunchroom at the Woman's Industrial Exchange reopened on Wednesday. It is now called the Woman's Industrial Kitchen, and it's operated by Irene Smith, owner of the popular Souper Freaks food truck. The Downtown luncheon room, famous for...
  • Woman's Industrial Exchange reopens downtown

    The historic lunchroom at the Woman's Industrial Exchange reopened Tuesday. It is now called the Woman's Industrial Kitchen, and it's operated by Irene Smith, owner of the popular Souper Freaks food truck. The downtown luncheon room, famous for its...
  • Stop reading this and pay attention to the road!

    Stop reading this and pay attention to the road!
    It's a good thing Gertrude Stein never said, "A phone is a phone is a phone." Clearly, these days, her tautology would be a disconnect, received like a dropped call. The mobile devices we're so dependent on, attached like an extension of our brains, are...
  • Julian Samuel Stein Jr., PR executive

    Julian Samuel Stein Jr., PR executive
    Julian Samuel Stein Jr., a retired public relations executive who was an adviser to Gov. J. Millard Tawes, died June 22 of heart failure at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Tuscany-Canterbury resident was 93. Born in Baltimore, Mr. Stein was the son of a...
  • Restaurant Review: Woman's Industrial Kitchen revives its star role

    Restaurant Review: Woman's Industrial Kitchen revives its star role
    This almost never happens. Revivals, remakes and sequels are, by common consent, inferior products. Every once in a while, though, something comes along — the recent staging of "South Pacific," or "Over the Rainbow" by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole —...
  • Eagle Archive: Halloween, tale of a Westminster native with a taste for adventure, with side order of macabre

    Carroll County has many sons and daughters who have made contributions to the literary and artistic world. Take William Buehler Seabrook, for example. What's that? You never heard of him? Seabrook was apparently one interesting character. It is only...
  • Newfound Poe manuscript to be displayed in Richmond

    Newfound Poe manuscript to be displayed in Richmond
    A handwritten draft of one of Edgar Allan Poe's earliest poems and a letter to author Washington Irving are among a handful of items that will be part of an exhibit opening April 26 at a Richmond, Va., museum devoted to the writer. "This is the kind of...
  • The Sun's combat reporting in World War II

    For three decades, enormous interest in "The Good War" and "The Greatest Generation" has generated countless oral histories about World War II, in print and on video. Joseph R. L. Sterne's "Combat Correspondents: The Baltimore Sun in World War II"...
  • 1/24/2012-Survivors Head To Florida

    1/24/2012-Survivors Head To Florida
    Drawing Rick Santorum's caricature brings back a famous quote that Gertrude Stein said about Oakland, Calif. "There's no there, there." There's no there, there, in Santorum's face. Weak mouth, weak smile, tiny dots for eyes, weak chin. He's got it all....
  • Paris glitters with romance, history and possibility

    Paris glitters with romance, history and possibility
    PARIS — Paris is a city where possibilities are endless, expectations are high, and no one doubts that magic can happen. Anyone who saw Woody Allen's recent homage to the City of Lights, "Midnight in Paris," knows what I'm talking about. Allen's...
  • Poetic justice

    A good anthology is like a dartboard in a crowded bar on a Saturday night. Everybody lines up to take their best shot. Everybody wants the chance to squint, aim and let fly. The more august and monumental and definitive-seeming the anthology —...