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  • Better: Getting grilled on the finer points of barbecue etiquette

    If what I've read and seen on TV is true, barbecue competitions are brutal, gladiator-like contests. You'll never catch me entering one. First of all, I get enough of standing over a hot stove indoors, thank you. Secondly, most of the contestants seem...
  • DeWees center seeks funding for renovations

    The DeWees Recreation Center, in Baltimore's Govans neighborhood, is one of the oldest in the city, and it's showing its age. "It's really in need of repair," said Sandi McFadden, community leader with the group Friends of the DeWees and secretary of...
  • Transgender bill stirs fear, controversy in Baltimore County

    Transgender bill stirs fear, controversy in Baltimore County
    Jenna Fischetti picks a seat at a Baltimore County Starbucks where she can see who's coming and going. As a transgender woman, the 47-year-old is always on guard. "My head's on the swivel," said Fischetti, a freckled brunette. When she slips into a...
  • Council discards cuts, approves mayor's budget plan

    Council discards cuts, approves mayor's budget plan
    The Baltimore City Council reversed course Thursday, rejecting millions of dollars in budget cuts it had endorsed earlier in the week, and passing Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's original $2.3 billion spending plan. The abrupt shift derailed $6...
  • Super-sized Bel Air crowd sees Ripken sign new book

    Super-sized Bel Air crowd sees Ripken sign new book
    An estimated 300 people waited in line Tuesday evening at Barnes and Noble in Bel Air to get an autograph from Baseball Hall of FamerCal Ripken Jr., who was signing copies of his newest book released Monday. The book, "Super-sized Slugger," is the second...
  • Tax credit errors spur calls for audits

    City and state lawmakers called Monday for stepped-up scrutiny of property tax credit programs in Baltimore, after a Baltimore Sun investigation found that chronic errors have cost the city millions of dollars in lost revenue, despite warnings...
  • Police concede failures in curtailing Canton drinking

    Police concede failures in curtailing Canton drinking
    Baltimore police conceded on Tuesday that officers inappropriately allowed hundreds of St. Patrick's Dayrevelers to turn Canton's public square into an unsanctioned outdoor beer garden, but authorities also pleaded for people to party responsibly. The...
  • City seeks competitive bids for towing

    Baltimore officials are seeking to award contracts for the city's lucrative towing business, closing a loophole that allowed a small circle of companies to dominate the $4 million-a-year industry while bypassing the city's competitive bidding system. For...
  • Illini see chance to start fresh

    CHAMPAIGN — Illinois officially is playing in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl against UCLA on New Year's Eve, but for the Illini it's already being branded as the Redemption Bowl. "There's no better way to redeem yourself than to go out and win,"...
  • What are best, worst early bowl matchups?

    Champs Sports worth look Matt Murschel Orlando Sentinel When the bowl matchups were announced Sunday night, it was easy to pick out the must-see games and the ones that are simply background noise to your in-laws' holiday visit. Of the pre-New Year'...
  • German gummi bear maker aims for bigger share of U.S. market

    German gummi bear maker aims for bigger share of U.S. market
    Chew on this: Adults — not children — account for 65 percent of gummi candy consumption in the United States. And that appetite is growing, if Haribo of America Inc.'s sales are any indication. U.S. sales for the Woodlawn-based division of...
  • Men Making a Difference: David Rodriguez

    Men Making a Difference: David Rodriguez
    The appeal of Howard County's vaunted public school system, according to David Rodriguez, can be explained by borrowing the famous line from "A Field of Dreams," the 1989 film about an Iowa farmer who erects a baseball diamond in his cornfield....