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Labor Day has come and gone, but there's no need to pack away all that white. Not only can you still wear it, you can use the color to give your decor a lift. Fashion designers from Derek Lam to J. Mendel stocked their fall 2012 collections with crisp...
What with all the current cooking shows and trends in taste, you needn’t be an actual foodie to know what a sous-chef, a maitre d’, and even a sommelier are. But a restaurateur? Without the “n”? Matthew Milani knows. He is one...
Perryville Little League has asked for up to $17,000 for new dugouts at Trego Field, but the town is hesitant to make improvements, if they'll be moving the organization any time soon. George Patchell requested the funding on behalf of the towns Little...
The Havre de Grace City Council is trying to deal with traffic issues in the Grace Manor area. At their meeting Monday night, council members approved the creation of a sub-committee to address street and traffic safety issues around the neighborhood,...
Tags: Arts, Tourism and Leisure, American Legion, Baseball, Realty
Among all the lovely, quirky, industrial, upscale, up-and-coming and historic Baltimore neighborhoods, Danielle LeClair chose Highlandtown for the nearby park — and the parking. A Massachusetts native and nurse practitioner in geriatric...
Tags: Federal Hill, Catonsville, Dundalk, Land Price, Fabian
Even if they end up being a villain, we always have love for Baltimore folks on reality shows. So far on "The Real World: St. Thomas," Dundalk native Trey Weatherholtz, 23, is far from a villain. He reminds us of that popular guy in high school who...
Tags: Basketball, AFC North, Television Industry
Special to The Baltimore SunWedding Date: June 23, 2012 Her story: Christina Schoppert, 30, grew up in Homeland and now lives in Hampden. She is a lawyer with Community Law Center, Inc., which represents organizations working on neighborhood revitalization efforts. Her father, Gary...
It must have been a good 11 years ago that I met Pete Seeger, poet par excellence, troubadour, folk singer and messenger of the ages. It was at the Carroll County Farm Museum's folk music festival called Common Ground on the Hill and he was the headliner....
Tags: Pete Seeger, The Huffington Post, Norway, Folk (genre), Music
In its own special way, my Xbox 360 let me know it was time for some spring cleaning this week. I could've danced with Bill Gates' minions and mailed in my system for service. Instead, like Sarah Palin, I went rogue. Before we begin, let's get...
Tags: Steve Jobs, Sarah Palin, Gaming, YouTube, Xbox 360
Often when an old home is in the final stages of an interior renovation, the grandeur of new molding, flooring and light fixtures stands out like a masterfully worked canvas awaiting the addition of the primary subject. Such is the story unfolding...
I'm putting a call into IKEA first thing tomorrow morning to pitch a new line of furniture — the DinoSaϋr — modeled after the classy desk gracing Commander Taylor's office: a T. Rex skull holding up a sheet of glass. Functional,...
IKEA doesn't even require any purchase by the accompanying adult for a kid to get a free combo meal. Click here to see the details on IKEA's site. IHOP has a similar deal where you can get one free kid's meal with each entree purchased. Press Release...
Tags: IHOP Corporation
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