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  • Getting published an open book for Maryland Romance Writers

    Every day, they sit alone in their offices, writing about love, passion, romance. They bring to life muscled heroes, dangerous vixens, strong heroines — lovers all — then put enormous obstacles in the way of the would-be lovers so they...
  • County, federal agents close in on alleged Towson brothel

    County, federal agents close in on alleged Towson brothel
    The directions to the alleged brothel told the men that if they saw a house with green awnings, they'd gone too far. But some of them apparently misunderstood; would-be customers have shown up for years at the nearby house in Towson. Despite neighbors'...
  • Robert M. Parker Jr. stepping down from The Wine Advocate

    Robert M. Parker Jr. stepping down from The Wine Advocate
    Nearly 35 years after founding Wine Advocate, Robert M. Parker Jr. shocked wine enthusiasts this week with his announcement that he was stepping down as editor in chief of the the seminal newsletter he ran from his Maryland home. Parker posted on the...
  • Massage parlor arrest highlights trafficking problem

    Massage parlor arrest highlights trafficking problem
    The ad that led to the arrest of a Towson massage parlor owner this month was typical for such businesses, boasting as it did of the availability of "new young girls." "You have to ask: If they constantly have new girls, where are the other girls going?...
  • Baltimore police officer charged with pimping wife

    Baltimore police officer charged with pimping wife
    A31-year-old Baltimore Police officer was charged Friday with pimping out his wife after officers from a human trafficking task force found him outside a hotel room where the woman had agreed to have sex for cash with an undercover officer. The child...
  • Baltimore-area dog thefts on rise, owners, observers say

    Baltimore-area dog thefts on rise, owners, observers say
    As she struggled to unload groceries from the back of her car, Sherrie Schenning got an uncharacteristically queasy feeling. Her family's Essex neighborhood had always felt safe, but on this recent Saturday, she noticed two unfamiliar young men in a...
  • Preconception Health recognized during April

    During April, the Harford County Health Department highlights the importance of healthy habits before pregnancy with a Show Your Love campaign. Show Your Love is a new, national campaign developed by the Preconception Health and Health Care Initiative...
  • Research finds money isn't everything when it comes to choosing a workplace

    Research finds money isn't everything when it comes to choosing a workplace
    Asked what makes a great place to work, employees focus a lot less on pay and benefits than you might think. Workers want fair compensation without a doubt, but they also want to feel that their work and their company's mission matter, workplace...
  • David Simon bemoans drastic cuts at Times-Picayune

    David Simon bemoans drastic cuts at Times-Picayune
    David Simon whose HBO show "Treme" is shot in New Orleans, is venting to the media site Poynter.org about plans to cut back the city's newspaper, the Times-Picayune. News broke this week that the paper's owners plan to publish the Times-Picayune just...
  • Gay marriage supporters could win dinner with Josh Charles

    Gay marriage supporters could win dinner with Josh Charles
    Baltimore's own Josh Charles, star of "The Good Wife," is offering an incentive for people to donate to Maryland's campaign to legalize same-sex marriage. Folks who donate to the cause might win dinner with the celeb. In a promotion that just launched...
  • Established storytelling, new-media outlets for Olympics on NBC

    Established storytelling, new-media outlets for Olympics on NBC
    Baltimore's Jim McKay anchored the first American telecast of the Summer Olympics in 1960 from a primitive CBS studio in Grand Central Terminal in New York City. Coverage of the Rome Games totaled 20 hours and cost the network $394,000 in rights fees. On...
  • Opportunities grow for veteran-owned businesses

    Opportunities grow for veteran-owned businesses
    Wading through swamps and running up mountains taught Patrick McCormack more than how to survive punishing conditions without much food or sleep. His grueling Army Ranger training, along with several deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, taught the...