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  • All the restaurant news that's fit to print

     
    Sometimes when I get back from vacation, I open my Microsoft Outlook Inbox, take a look, and feel like closing it back up, the way a surgeon must feel when he opens up a patient and finds the cancer has......
  • Top 10 Food Quotations -- With a Prize

     
    Thanks, Bucky! ELSomewhere along the way, I started jotting down quotations that stuck me as insightful or funny or potentially useful for staff meeting arguments in a little spiral-bound notebook that I carried around with me in my briefcase. Thoughts......
  • Online budgeting sites are bustling in this economy

    The recession has lots of people trying to live within a budget, and more of them are turning to online money-management sites to stay on track. These sites generally collect information from online bank and credit-card accounts. They update your account...
  • Dixon defense outlines strategy

    Attorneys for Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon gave the first hints about how they will defend against charges that Dixon stole gift cards intended for needy families, arguing in documents filed this week that prosecutors will have to prove she knew the cards...
  • Navy QB Dobbs' hometown recognizes his key play

    Most college athletes spend their summers vacationing and preparing for the next season, very few spend it receiving a key to the city, unless you're Ricky Dobbs. Dobbs, the starting quarterback for the U.S. Naval Academy, was honored by his hometown...
  • Computer games lure the fairer sex

    Computer and video game makers have a new customer on their holiday list this year: people like Jennifer Vandersteen. The 29-year-old student at the University of Texas, San Antonio, began playing "Ms. Pac-Man" at age six. Now, she logs as many as 40...
  • Midtown pupils revisit 1954 for history lesson

    "Stop Integration Now!" the flier being handed out at the board meeting read. "Brown v. Board was a horrible decision!" While board members listened intently, black parents pleaded for their children's safety. Many speakers were jeered. The charged...
  • Firms find way around major Internet artery

    Technicians continued yesterday to clean up the wreckage not just in the Howard Street tunnel, but on the information superhighway. LAI Construction Services Inc. of Baltimore was completing yesterday a new fiber-optic loop around the downtown tunnel,...
  • Checking out iLife

    For the past couple of years, one of the best reasons for an average consumer to buy an Apple Macintosh over a Windows PC has been the included set of multimedia software -- iTunes, iMovie, iPhoto and iDVD. On Jan. 31, Apple Computer Inc. released...
  • PC maker expects to shake off slowdown

    Apple Computer Inc. on Wednesday reported a loss of $8 million for the last three months of 2002, the first time Apple has recorded two consecutive quarterly losses since founder Steve Jobs returned to the company's executive offices in 1997. The back-...
  • Apple's Safari hunts Explorer users

    With the introduction of Safari at the Macworld San Francisco trade show last week, Apple Computer Inc. boldly entered "the browser wars." Though currently a "beta," computer-speak for "unfinished test version," Safari is impressive software. Apple...
  • More anthrax cases found

    Two suspicious letters - one delivered in New York and another in Nevada - have been found to contain anthrax, while five more employees of a Florida tabloid publisher have tested positive for exposure to the rare and deadly bacteria, officials...