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I view most efforts to coerce people into doing a particular thing on a particular day with suspicion. Consider Christmas. It can be great, but I'm not sure little baby Jesus would need an Xbox. And why did President Ronald Reagan make June 25 National...
Tags: Xbox 360, Germany, Ronald Reagan, Thanksgiving
At GameStop Kids at White Marsh Mall, shoppers will find plush Mario book bags and Angry Birds hats mixed in with the Lego Star Wars and other kid-friendly video games, a mix meant to attract both serious "gamers" as well as those who've never played...
Tags: LEGO Group, Gaming, Family, GameStop, National Retail Federation
Just as Tom and Claudia Towles were opening their second Baltimore toy shop four years ago, the recession hit. The owners of aMuse Toys decided to cut back — not on staff or selling space — but on the number of manufacturers whose products...
Concerned about drunken driving on a holiday weekend notorious for the crime, Maryland State Police pulled over more than 8,900 motorists this past weekend — and nearly 100 were drunk or impaired by alcohol. Troopers from all 22 state police...
There is a most magical hour every Christmas season, and it is not the stroke of midnight on Christmas Eve, when the darkened church glows with candles in anticipation of a child's birth. It is not dawn on Christmas morning, when excited children wake...
The Baltimore SunMy baby boy is about to turn 1. The where-is-time-going panic that is inducing is a post for another day, but I'm starting to wonder, as he gets older, how do we differentiate his birthday celebration from the holiday celebrations? Aaron was due on...
Tags: Religious Festivals, Christmas, Hanukkah, Mother's Day
Aaliyah Boyer had hoped to watch the New Year's ball drop on TV, but when she learned she had missed the stroke of midnight by 32 seconds, she returned to the front yard with her friends to watch her neighbors light fireworks. Nearby, someone...
Twenty years from now, I will tell people I was present at the creation. One evening last fall, my colleague Jason Toraldo walked into my office and asked if I could troubleshoot a problem he was having on Facebook. He had recently put up a page for a...
Dulaney High School students have embraced an art project that is helping victims of Superstorm Sandy. Art students at Dulaney have been busy designing, creating, painting and selling ornaments with a shore theme, "Shells for N.J. Shore," which will...
The Baltimore SunThese restaurants are open for Thanksgiving service. In most cases, reservations are either required or advised. On Tuesday morning, a few restaurants were booked solid or close to it. Prices and times are subject to change. Always call. Boston Market...
If the Super Bowl is over, can spring and the gardening season be far away? Well, yes. If holidays are the markers on the highway to warm weather, we still have to get through Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day and this year's early Easter. Not to...
Tags: Gardening, St. Patrick's Day, Hobbies, New York City, Lettuce
When we're all done stuffing ourselves today, many of us will be looking to get back on the healthy track. We can do it while making use of our tasty Thanksgiving leftovers. Here are some recipes from Sparkpeople.com, Shape Magazine and Cooking Light...
Tags: Cranberries, Limes, Recipes, Freedom of the Press, Tortillas
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