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If life is a banquet, playwright and actor Al Letson doesn't let a crumb go to waste. "I do a lot of autobiographical work," said the author of "Crumbs," currently on the boards at Theatre Project. "I am concerned with the truth, if not the literal...
What's in a name? Shakespeare had a point when he had Juliet telling Romeo that "a rose by any other name would smell as sweet." But don't tell that to the many Native Americans furious at the Pentagon for code-naming Osama bid Laden "Geronimo" in the...
Bravo, Andy Harris, for pointing out that this country has a fiscal crisis ("Debt litmus test" May 16). There are at least 3 percent of the people who aren't aware of this. The big question is what to do about it, and it is in the details of the...
Tags: Planned Parenthood, Severna Park, Radio
Dining@LargeHard to keep up with all of the far-flung events in the Baltimore Beer Festival, but I might try to make it down to Max's Taphouse for tomorrow's Stillwater Artisinal Ales event. "Gypsy Brewer" Brian Strumke, who lives in, appropriately......
Dining@LargeMy Google Reader feeds me updates from the various food blogs I follow. Most of these blogs are listed in the blogroll, which you can find on this page at right. (Modifying the blogroll, even simply alphabetizing it, turns out......
Dining@LargeSorry for the slow day, gang.I have been battling insomnia lately. This is new. I'm blaming my cats. They've gone mad. I was also on deadline today.Now, as the sun is setting, I present you with some of the juicier items......
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) was formed with the passage of the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967. As stated by President Lyndon Johnson when he signed the bill into law, while the CPB will receive support from the government, it will be...
The Chesapeake Bay's bounty was turned into a macabre tableau Monday morning as an illegal net at least 600 yards long and filled with decaying striped bass and other fish was partially pulled from the waters off Tilghman Island. As a crane whined and...
Tags: Chesapeake Bay, Tilghman Island, Music, Fishing
Baltimore Sun reporterIf anyone deserved a lunchtime indulgence Monday, Barry Robinson did. His normal 60-minute drive to work, from Accokeek to Baltimore, took four agonizing hours, much of it spent on a ramp to Interstate 495, waiting for the tractor-trailer in front of...
WBAL's Dave Collins spotted something sparkly on Sheila Dixon's ring finger, and soon, someone else's fingers were flying. "Dave asked dixon outside courthouse if she was wearing an engagement ring," the station's on-site Tweeter wrote. "Also from dave:...
Dining@LargeWorld-traveling Shallow Thought Wednesday guru John Lindner is back -- and smarter than ever, thanks to all the red meat in his diet. Here's John. LVIs there anything as sweet as vindication? (I’m presuming total world domination skews savory.) When...
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