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Hanukkah

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  • Tersiguel's rolls out red carpet for Beaujolais noveau [Ellicott City]

    On Thursday, Nov. 21, at 6:30 p.m., Tersiguel's French Country Restaurant welcomes this season's Beaujolais noveau, as they have been doing for the past 40 years. Some years the wine has arrived by helicopter in the back parking lot. Other years it's...
  • Finding 'Made in Maryland' gifts for the holidays

    Finding 'Made in Maryland' gifts for the holidays
    Why stop at "Made in the USA" when you could have "Made in Maryland"? A group that advocates for local manufacturers is hoping that folks shopping for Christmas, Hanukkah or other upcoming holidays will opt for gifts with that distinction. The Regional...
  • Merry Christmas!

    We've had the annual Christmas parade and tree lighting in Bel Air and the similar Christmas Street and parade celebrations in Aberdeen and Havre de Grace, which drew their usual hardy crowds seeking early December doses of holiday cheer. Festivals of...
  • Mount Airy light display benefits foster children

    Mount Airy light display benefits foster children
    Glenn Zior's neighbors in Mount Airy have never been bothered by lights flashing four hours every night and traffic filling the narrow street as car after car stops to watch and maybe leave a donation, he said. In fact, many have asked him when his...
  • The art of what does and doesn't get "printed"

    A funny thing often happens when I'm doing an interview that inadvertently turns "religious." The person I'm talking to will mention God or Jesus or something else religious, and then quickly add: "But you won't print that, will you?" or "I'm sure you...
  • Rebuilt train garden at Mt. Washington Fire Dept. opens Dec. 1

    Rebuilt train garden at Mt. Washington Fire Dept. opens Dec. 1
    Morale in the Mt. Washington Fire Department was low last summer after Baltimore City relocated Truck No. 27 to a firehouse on Reisterstown Road. But now the Mt. Washington station's annual train garden, rebuilt for the first time in at least 15 years,...
  • North Laurel/Savage: Like pancakes? Have some with St. Nick at Emmanuel UM Church

    St. Nicholas will have breakfast at Emmanuel United Methodist Church and he would like you to join him on Saturday, Dec. 15. The church is holding its annual Breakfast with St. Nicholas from 8 till 11 a.m. The menu includes pancakes and sausages....
  • Ellicott City

    Around town Blood pressure screenings Stop in from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesdays at the Ellicott City Senior Center for free blood pressure readings by a registered nurse. Information: 410-313-1425. English conversation The Miller branch of the Howard...
  • Home for the holidays

     Home for the holidays
    While some reporters shy away from holiday stories, I cheerfully dive right into those toy drives, festivals, Santa appearances, seasonal parades and concerts. But this year, I have written only two and am retiring before the real quest for all things...
  • Columbia Digest

    'The Nutcracker on Ice' The Columbia Figure Skating Club, featuring more than 80 performers, presents this holiday event at 5:30 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15, at the Columbia Ice Rink, 5876 Thunder Hill Road. Tickets are $12; free for ages 2...
  • Dealing with death during holidays a part of life

    Holiday lights, carols and traditional foods are just the things to create a festive mood this month. But for the adult child who recently lost a parent, a longtime member of a couple whose spouse has died, or the family facing an empty chair at their...
  • December baby's lament: Differentiating birthday celebrations from Christmas

    December baby's lament: Differentiating birthday celebrations from Christmas
    My 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...