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  • Bugs in Starbucks' food coloring? Protestor finds that hard to swallow

    Bugs in Starbucks' food coloring? Protestor finds that hard to swallow
    Update:  Starbucks has responded. Linda Mills, a spokeswoman from Starbucks, says: “Starbucks has a goal to minimize artificial ingredients in our products. And the strawberry base that we use  does have a cochineal extract, a common dye used in the...
  • Mayor backs casino bill as debate moves to House of Delegates

    A measure that would pave the way for a casino in Prince George's County picked up support Friday from Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, even as some city lawmakers raised concerns that it would take money away from the gambling venue planned near...
  • Chat up co-workers and strangers to get leads on a photographer

    Chat up co-workers and strangers to get leads on a photographer
    After the first few weeks of engaged euphoria mellow out, and you stop staring at your ring instead of the road while driving, it's time to focus on the task at hand. There are a zillion and one details to iron out, and as a first-time bride, you probably...
  • Slain North Laurel woman remembered for faith, laughter

    Slain North Laurel woman remembered for faith, laughter
    Some 800 mourners gathered at St. Mary of the Mills Church in Laurel on Saturday, Aug. 6, for the funeral of 27-year-old Lauren Giddings, the North Laurel native and parish member who was slain inGeorgia. Giddings' dismembered body was found June 30 in a...
  • Subway in historic Ellicott City gets mixed reviews

    Subway in historic Ellicott City gets mixed reviews
    John Fisher's decision to allow Subway to rent his shop on Ellicott City's Main Street came down to an old adage: "It's not personal, it's business." "Why not?" said Fisher, who had six other applicants for the space at 8143 Main St. "You get somebody...
  • Sofi's Crepes for Belvedere Square

    Sofi's Crepes for Belvedere Square
    Look for a Sofi's Crepes to open soon in Belvedere Square, where the Starbucks used to be. The Sofi's operation now at the Woman's Industrial Exchange is packing up lock, stock and batter, owner Ann Costlow says. But please don't get this screwed up. The...
  • Table Talk: Lost City Diner finally materializes

    Table Talk: Lost City Diner finally materializes
    Let's just say that hydroelectric dams haven't taken as long to complete as the Lost City Diner, Joy Martin's long-awaited project in the Charles North neighborhood. There were rumors of activity on the corner of Charles and Lafayette in early July,...
  • Irene's greatest aggravation: power outages

    Irene's greatest aggravation: power outages
    It was bad enough that Hurricane Irene stole Lisa Dillin's electricity. But when the Wyman Park resident learned that just up the street, the lights were on and the ceiling fans whirring, she unleashed a sentiment familiar to the power-deprived across...
  • Post-storm scenes

    Annapolis residents line up at Starbucks and diner Apparently the first things you think of upon waking up after a tropical storm has passed through your community is coffee. The Starbucks at Annapolis' Harbor Center suffered no storm damage and no loss...
  • Voltaggios ditch competition for collaboration

    Voltaggios ditch competition for collaboration
    When the doctor's office receptionist summons her, when she flashes her credit card at the grocery store, when she leaves a phone message — the reaction to her last name these days is always the same. Voltaggio? "They say, 'Are you …?' And...
  • Hooray for a New Bulletin Board

    Hooray for a New Bulletin Board
    A few weeks ago I noticed the bulletin board inside of the Village Square Café at Cross Keys. A welcomed addition to the neighborhood it is. Fewer and fewer bulletin boards are in the ‘hood. They used to be at the front of the library and...
  • Coffee and music not enough to keep Catonsville shop open

    Six Mile Coffee was a hub of activity at 7 p.m. on June 30 as customers formed lines at the counter or filled chairs – their eyes intent on computer screens or each other. The front door maintained a steady rhythm of musicians going in and out as...