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  • Top Ten frightening state fair foods

     
    The idea for this week's list comes from Owl Meat Gravy, who reminded me that it is the time of year for "disgusting fried state fair food." The Howard County Fair opened its week-long run Saturday. The Maryland State Fair......
  • Playing 'Mind' games

    For the last few months, Universal Pictures has been juggling a live grenade, hoping it won't go off. In the public eye, the studio's Ron Howard-directed film, "A Beautiful Mind," has been viewed as one of the favorites for this year's best picture Oscar....
  • Too many choices?

    When one of the country's top experts in prescription economics set out to help his mother choose one of the new drug discount cards, it should have been a piece of cake. But Stephen W. Schondelmeyer spent 45 minutes trolling a Medicare Web site to...
  • Orioles announce new plans for Ripken's final home games

    The Orioles announced the revised schedule of events for Cal Ripken's final home games Oct. 1-6 against Toronto and Boston. October The Orioles have produced a farewell commemorative book that chronicles Ripken's career. The book, the only retrospective...
  • Era of smiles fading away

    In: The Donald. Out: Joey, Monica, Phoebe, Ross, Rachel and Chandler. In: Being mean. Out: Making nice. In: Relationships of convenience. Out: Friends. There is an unmistakable symmetry in NBC's decision to replace Friends next fall with The...
  • Worlds win gives Meissner jump on earning potential

    The title "world champion" implies that one can't do a whole lot better. In the high-stakes arena of sporting fame and product endorsement, however, Olympic gold is the ultimate prize for a figure skater. Thus, Bel Air's Kimmie Meissner has work to do...
  • Variety is key in Mondelez coffee growth strategy

    Variety is key in Mondelez coffee growth strategy
    Offering an array of hot and cold single-serve drinks is central to the growth strategy of Mondelez International's European coffee business, which will soon merge with D.E Master Blenders 1753. With regulatory approval expected in coming months, the...
  • TEST - The Soul Of A Food Company In Transition

    As Wall Street mulls an $820 million takeover of Annie's Inc. by General Mills, the soul of the natural food company remains on a farm in Hampton, Conn., and that raises a question. Will Annie's, the maker of organic macaroni and cheese, baked bunny...
  • Olive Garden offers $100 pass for 7 weeks of unlimited pasta, breadsticks

    Olive Garden offers $100 pass for 7 weeks of unlimited pasta, breadsticks
    For those who like to take all-you-can-eat to the extreme, Olive Garden is launching a new "Never Ending Pasta Pass" on Monday. It's the Italian restaurant chain's newest all-you-can-eat-promotion, and it will cost you $100.  That price may seem a...
  • Buffett to get 9% on $3 billion investment in Burger King deal

    Buffett to get 9% on $3 billion investment in Burger King deal
    Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is providing $3 billion of financing for Burger King's planned takeover of Tim Hortons and will earn 9 percent annual interest on the investment. Berkshire is taking a preferred equity stake and won't be involved in...
  • The Morning Call History

    The Morning Call, the third largest newspaper in Pennsylvania and the leading media company in the Lehigh Valley, has nearly 120 years of publishing history in the Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton area of Pennsylvania. The publishing company’s...
  • Turner Broadcasting to offer voluntary buyouts; layoffs also expected

    Turner Broadcasting, one of metro Atlanta's biggest employers, will announce voluntary buyout offers to nearly 600 older U.S. employees this week, a first step in efforts to shed costs and refocus its business, according to two company executives familiar...