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Chuck Norris

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  • Memo to secessionists: See ya!

    Memo to secessionists: See ya!
    It was 1976, and the Republican National Convention had just voted for four more years -- of Gerald Ford. Surely many conservatives there could foresee that Ford would not beat Jimmy Carter, setting the stage for the latter's one term of misery indexes...
  • First, Obama gets a Nobel Peace Prize for nothing; now, a tae kwon do black belt after zero kicks

     
    And not even a medium bow for receiving it....
  • 'Big Love': The lost boy

     
    Can you believe we're already more than halfway through the season, “Big Love” fans? And this episode, appropriately titled “Sins of the Father,” brought it all back to Bill: His lost-boy past, his current state as a husband and a.....
  • Obama's still holding healthcare town halls? What would Chuck Norris do?

     
    The modern-day Paul Bunyan becomes a recess refuge from the numbing transcript of yet another healthcare town hall....
  • Comedy review: Conan O'Brien among the faithful

     
    EUGENE, ORE. -- Oh dear. We all knew Conan O’Brien had been hurting in recent weeks, but did anyone expect that he would grow a Robinson Crusoe beard and put on enough weight to earn a place on “The Biggest......
  • Edge of Darkness

    Edge of Darkness
    2 Waffles (Out of 4) - Forget about Dirty Harry or Chuck Norris being your go-to tough guys when the audience wants to see some slime ball agents of evil get blown away with a vengeance. Mel "The Australian Madman" Gibson is ready to kick some booty. Do...
  • Community gives from the heart at WSBT food drive

    Community gives from the heart at WSBT food drive
    MISHAWAKA -- Chuck Norris Jr. woke up and turned the television on when he couldn't go back to sleep. He heard about the Neighbors in Need food drive at WSBT-TV on Douglas Road. "I know what it's like to lose a job," he said. So Norris and his father,...
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Holidays

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  • Not quite back to normal, Navy's Rafi Montalvo still plans return to football

    Not quite back to normal, Navy's Rafi Montalvo still plans return to football
    The conversation between father and son seemed like hundreds they had before. Ralph Montalvo can't remember the specifics of what he talked about with his 21-year-old son, only how Rafi Montalvo sounded on the other end of the cell phone. After...
  • A sweet time is had by all in candy-making class at Cromwell Valley Park [Loch Raven]

    A sweet time is had by all in candy-making class at Cromwell Valley Park [Loch Raven]
    In spite of sticky fingers, chocolate smudges and frequent laughter, the eight students managed to complete the class taught by Leo Rebetsky, park manager at Cromwell Valley Park on the fourth Saturday of November. The subject was holiday candy making....
  • Santa's arrival starts holiday season in Arbutus

    Santa's arrival starts holiday season in Arbutus
    The area in and around the Arbutus Town hall bustled with activity on Nov. 30 as the Christmas season began with the traditional Saturday evening arrival of Santa Claus. This year's holiday event, hosted by the Arbutus Business and Professional...
  • Baltimore Actors' Theatre to perform 'Babes in Toyland'

    Baltimore Actors' Theatre to perform 'Babes in Toyland'
    It's difficult to predict whether the audience or the 60 cast members will get a bigger kick out of the three performances of "Babes in Toyland" on Saturday, Dec. 7, and Sunday, Dec. 8. For 48 years, the Baltimore Actors' Theatre has welcomed the...
  • Navigating the holidays once you've got two families

    Navigating the holidays once you've got two families
    Getting engaged or married means you will now be a part of two different families and have to coordinate how you will celebrate the holidays while trying to make everyone happy. My fianc and I have been together for five years and at the start of...
  • Newly opened I-95 to be named in honor of JFK [50 years ago]

    From the pages of the Aegis 50 of years ago this week. The Northeastern Expressway was expected to be renamed Dec. 11, 1963 to honor the late President John F. Kennedy. The State Roads Commission agreed to rename the expressway for the slain president,...
  • BWCC Foundation hosts holiday mixer fundraiser for scholarships

    The Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber Foundation presents its Holiday Mixer, Wednesday, Dec. 4, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Great Room at Historic Savage Mill, 8600 Foundry St., in Savage. Enjoy food, networking and friends. Attendance supports the...
  • 35th Delta Christmas Fair is Mason-Dixon Area Open House

    The communities along the Mason Dixon Line in Harford and York counties are holding a community holiday celebration this weekend. The celebration begins at 7 p.m. Friday with Girl Scouts leading caroling to the town's center at 520 Main Street, where...
  • Bel Air's Christmas Parade rolls down Main Street

    Bel Air's Christmas Parade rolls down Main Street
    Thousands of Bel Air and Harford County area residents filed into downtown Bel Air setting up lawn chairs and blankets in anticipation for the 24th annual Bel Air Christmas Parade to spark the beginning of the holiday season. Days before the parade,...
  • Thanksgiving shopping not a cause for protest [Letter]

    Thanksgiving shopping not a cause for protest [Letter]
    I mean no disrespect, but I expected better from Susan Reimer than her recent column on Thanksgiving shopping ("Thanks for not shopping," Nov. 25). Having read her previous columns, I felt she was of reasonable mind. She has since convinced me otherwise....
  • Christmas tree lighted, the Clauses arrive, marking start of Winterfest in Towson

    Christmas tree lighted, the Clauses arrive, marking start of Winterfest in Towson
    Nearly 1,000 people lined the streets of downtown Towson to welcome Mr. and Mrs. Claus and celebrate the Baltimore County Christmas tree lighting at Olympic Park Friday, according to Towson Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Nancy Hafford. "It...
  • Towson Winterfest kicks off with annual tree lighting

    Towson Winterfest kicks off with annual tree lighting
    The annual spring festival may be the Towson Chamber of Commerce's key fundraiser but Winterfest 2013, which begins with Black Friday, Nov. 29, and runs through the weekend before Christmas, is the chamber's annual key "fun-raiser." "We draw children...