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Special to The Baltimore SunThe 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...
Tags: Social Media, Apple iPad, Xbox
An 11-year-old boy, who was about to finish fifth grade and get ready for his summer vacation, died Saturday morning after he was accidentally shot in the head by his younger brother. The Harford County Sheriff's Office was notified by the boy's...
Marriottsville/Sykesville/Woodstock: Mt. View Middle School creates inventive fundraiser with Olympic DayGood news is never too late to share, and Mt. View Middle School deserves recognition for a unique event that took place earlier in the spring. First, a little background: This year, the Mt. View PTA decided to forego traditional fundraisers, such as...
Tags: Cancer, Students, Relay for Life, Easter, ESPN (tv network)
Electronic Arts is confident that “Star Wars: The Old Republic” is a massively multiplayer online game that people will be playing in a decade. As they told GamesIndustry International, EA is also considering variations on a free-to-play...
Plenty of shoppers at a Baltimore Safeway have started checking their cell phones while pushing carts and scanning shelves. They may have been texting or checking Facebook updates, but now grocery customers could use mobile devices to plan meals,...
Like many Olympic athletes not named Michael Phelps, Suzanne Stettinius is both training and fundraising in these final weeks before the Summer Games. She's made appeals via Facebook and her blog and, next week, will host a party at a Baltimore County...
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...
The idea for Woofound came to Joshua Spears while he struggled to plan a blind date. He was looking for things to do and places to eat that matched his and his date's tastes and preferences in a personal way. But there was no app for that. So he and...
The Baltimore Sun's front page on July 22, 1959, carried the news accompanied by a six-column photo: The world's first nuclear-powered cargo ship had been launched at Camden, N.J. The christening of the $47 million N/S Savannah was bigger than news about...
Ahmaad Simmons and Jamar Peete may not have known it at the time, but they had a lot in common. Both grew up in Baltimore and had dreamed of playing football at the college level. Both were natural athletes who were handed lacrosse sticks early in high...
There will be investigations and already there are lawsuits over the rollout of Facebook's overhyped IPO last week, but no investigation is necessary into the reason for the outrage over the stock's rapid fall. It's called human nature. It is the same...
Oakenshawe students are zoned for nearby Waverly Elementary/Middle School, where a $25 million replacement school is slated to open by the end of 2013. But children from Oakenshawe are nowhere to be found at the current campus, located in two buildings a...
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