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  • The Christopher Kimballatron -- tomorrow's contest preview

     
    This guy is going to be appearing Thursday night at the Friendship Heights Village Community Center in Chevy Chase. The host of "America's Test Kitchen" will be promoting his new book, "Fannie's Last Supper." Wednesday's contest depends on your having.......
  • Maryland ranks last in pace of job creation

    Maryland ranks last in pace of job creation
    Hampered by a slowdown in federal spending, Maryland came in dead last in the nation for its pace of job creation over the past year, shedding almost 1 percent of its employment base — nearly 20,000 positions — the U.S. Department of Labor...
  • Bryan Voltaggio plans two restaurants for 2012 openings

    Bryan Voltaggio plans two restaurants for 2012 openings
    "Top Chef" alum Bryan Voltaggio is busier than ever. Besides "Volt Ink," the new book written by him and his brother, Michael, he has two restaurant projects under way. According to Tom Sietsema of The Washington Post, the first restaurant, which is...
  • Three Harford schools place on Post's top high schools list

    Three Harford County high schools have placed on The Washington Post's 2011 America's Top High Schools list. Patterson Mill, C. Milton Wright and Bel Air high schools all placed on the list, which grades public high schools around the nation based on how...
  • Bryan Voltaggio pitches North Market Kitchen

    Bryan Voltaggio pitches North Market Kitchen
    Bryan Voltaggio filled me in about the big new project he's planning for next year in Frederick. North Market Kitchen, its working title, will place diners in a near-10,000 square-foot market enviroment, with both general dining areas and separate seating...
  • Table Talk: Bryan Voltaggio's new project will let customers buy what they eat

    Table Talk: Bryan Voltaggio's new project will let customers buy what they eat
    Bryan Voltaggio filled me in about the big new project he's planning for next year in Frederick. North Market Kitchen, its working title, will place diners in a nearly 10,000-square-foot market enviroment, with both general dining areas and separate...
  • Towson looks to more open, walkable design to hold visitors

    Towson looks to more open, walkable design to hold visitors
    Baltimore County has a plan for the heart of Towson, and it looks like Allegheny Avenue. In good weather Souris' Saloon can count on serving customers at tables under a black awning on the wide sidewalk where Allegheny meets the traffic circle at York...
  • Wells and Covie Stanwick carry on family's lacrosse legacy

    Wells and Covie Stanwick carry on family's lacrosse legacy
    Wells and Covie Stanwick were practically born with lacrosse sticks in their hands. By the time they could walk, they were trying to emulate their older siblings Sheehan, Wick, Coco, Tad and Steele, who were beginning to lay the groundwork that would...
  • Shi quietly led Hawks to era of success

    Shi quietly led Hawks to era of success
    Somehow the term quiet just doesn't seem appropriate when describing a career which included two individual county championships, four regular season and Howard County Cup team titles and a trip to the state championship match this year in girls doubles....
  • Judge to hear evidence in Yeardley Love murder case

    Judge to hear evidence in Yeardley Love murder case
    After several postponements, George Huguely V, accused of killing his former girlfriend Yeardley Love almost a year ago, is to appear Monday before a Virginia judge for a preliminary hearing at which prosecutors are expected to lay out the case against...
  • A matter of life and death

    Suicide is the third leading cause of death among all teenagers, but it is the No. 1 cause of death among lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender teens, who often are so driven to despair by the rejection of peers, parents and other responsible adults that...
  • Sydney W. Porter Jr., radiation expert, dies

    Sydney W. Porter Jr., radiation expert, dies
    Sydney Wynne "Syd" Porter Jr., a noted physicist and radiation expert who was called to Three Mile Island, Pa., in 1979 after an accident destroyed a reactor in what proved to be the nation's worst nuclear incident, died April 23 of lymphoma at a...