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If you take a peek into furniture maker Bill Hergenroeder's shop in Cockeysville, you may be surprised at what you don't see: no computer-assisted drawings or other high-tech design aids. He prefers the simple life. The concrete floor of his shop is...
John Martino was not pleased when he saw where organizers of this year's New York Boat Show had stuck his booth inside the cavernous Javits Center earlier this month. He was in a distant corner, far enough from the main flow of foot traffic that he...
Tags: Sailing, Energy Resources, Boats, Hudson River, Annapolis
Ann and George Mech sent a brief reminder for all neighbors in the Triadelphia Lake watershed and other eco-friendly county residents. That should be most if not all of us. The annual Clean-up of the Triadelphia Lake walkways and boat landings is set...
Tags: Easter, Howard County, Spring Break
Since 1992, its inaugural year, Camden Yards has brought over 55 million people into downtown Baltimore. If each of those fans spent just $25 while in Baltimore, the state will have earned almost $84 million in sales tax revenue, and add a few million...
Baltimore members of the House of Delegates will vote unanimously against any expansion of gambling in Maryland unless at least three conditions are met, delegation chairman Curtis Anderson said Monday morning as the General Assembly rushed toward what...
The Maryland General Assembly's regular 90-day session ended in disarray Monday at midnight as legislators failed to approve an income tax measure to which their leaders had agreed. The lack of action meant that a so-called "doomsday" budget —...
The world's largest unclassified event for spying, defense, homeland security and surveillance technology is coming to Baltimore later this month. SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, will be hosting the Defense, Security and Sensing...
Each member of the Western High School Robotics team brings a range of individual strengths that help them compete, everything from a knack for maneuvering a remote control to extraordinary math and science skills. But, they say, they also have a...
Canby Motors' former showroom in Aberdeen swelled with sports-like cheers Monday evening, as a packed crowd of more than 100 area residents watched a robot, built by Harford and Cecil county high school age students, climb a ramp and shoot basketballs...
As Salvatore Romano, the closeted art director at the turbulent Sterling Cooper ad agency in the TV series "Mad Men," Bryan Batt struck out — his character, cruelly compromised by a client, was fired partway through the third season of the much-...
They came to the Motor Trend International Auto Show in Baltimore with five cars on their list and a plan to narrow it down to three. "We're moving out of the minivan category because we're now 50-somethings with no kids to haul," said Mindy Doring,...
Tags: Toyota, SUVs and Crossovers, Hybrid Vehicles, Chevrolet, Jaguar
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