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  • Dearly departed protein

     
    We are gathered here today to pay our last respects to Bossy the Cow, who led a happy life of grazing before giving it all up to become Naturally Raised Beef Filet Mignon with Cippolini-Potato Puree and Local Carrots.Yes, we......
  • Timothy Dean among cast on 'Top Chef: D.C.'

     
    Baltimore restaurateur and chef Timothy Dean is among the contestants for the next season of Top Chef, Top Chef: D.C., which has been filming in the area and which airs beginning June 16.Interestingly, his bio on the Bravo website lists......
  • Orioles' traveling secretary, 'Fabulous Phil,' did it all

    Phil Itzoe, who spent 41 of his 45 seasons with the Orioles coordinating the team's travel plans, the longest tenure of any traveling secretary in the four major sports leagues, died Wednesday after an extended illness. He was 72. "I used to always...
  • Firms want payment for work on slots bid

    Architects, a public relations firm and several other companies that were part of a rejected bid to build a casino in downtown Baltimore claim they are owed $771,000 by the Canadian home builder who led the proposal - the latest sign of disarray...
  • Firms want payment for work on rejected Baltimore slots parlor

    Five companies that were part of an unsuccessful effort to bring slot machines to downtown Baltimore have filed a lawsuit against the project's leader that seeks to recover $721,000 in unpaid fees. The suit, filed Tuesday in Baltimore Circuit Court,...
  • Utility ads try to sell nuclear deal

    Constellation Energy Group has launched an aggressive public relations campaign, with advertising in print, on the radio and online, to garner support for a deal to sell half its nuclear power business to a French utility. The Baltimore company's efforts...
  • A Leap of Faith

    KOCHAV YAAKOV, West Bank - The white van rolled past cement barricades, past a barbed-wire fence and an armed guard at the entry gate, past rows of cream-colored houses with red-tile roofs before pulling to a stop. Glenn and Gilla Jasper, a young Orthodox...
  • Panel again denies Schiavo's parents

    PINELLAS PARK, Fla. - Inside what is described as a bare hospice room with an armed police officer seated next to her bed, Terri Schiavo continued the slow process of dying yesterday. Outside, beyond earshot and out of view, protesters were hoping for a...
  • Blair proposes strict anti-terrorism measures

    LONDON - With his nation still bruised from last month's bombings, British Prime Minister Tony Blair announced yesterday tougher anti-terrorism measures that include shutting down radical mosques and deporting Islamic clerics who preach violence and hate....
  • Text of Jose Canseco's statement

    Mr. Chairman, members of the Committee, distinguished guests; I am humbled by this opportunity to appear before you today. Never in my wildest dreams could I have imagined that my athletic ability and love for America's game would lead me to this place...
  • From both sides

    Eddie Murray's name connotes clutch hits, consistent run production and the "Ed-die" chant that shook Memorial Stadium in the 1970s and 1980s. But it also connotes a cool, aloof figure who kept many at a distance. His friends and former teammates and...
  • Memories play on, 10 years later

    The record-breaking evening of Sept. 6, 1995, wasn't just Cal Ripken's night to pass Lou Gehrig on the consecutive games list. It was also a celebration of baseball, of Baltimore, of a favorite son. For many, it was the most memorable night ever spent...