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  • Former Senator Theatre owner restricted from City Hall

    Former Senator Theatre owner restricted from City Hall
    Thomas A. Kiefaber, a candidate for City Council president, is banned from City Hall unless he's expected — and escorted — by someone inside, according to a letter sent to him this month by the Baltimore City solicitor. The letter says he...
  • Fishing event is part of Robert E. Lee Park summer schedule

    Fishing event is part of Robert E. Lee Park summer schedule
    Youngsters, parents and anglers of all ages enjoyed mild temperatures and a pre-Father's Dayatmosphere on June 16 to catch a little cane pole fishing on Lake Roland at Robert E Lee Park, at 1000 Lakeside Drive. The park, which is operated by the...
  • Eat and be merry — or Greek

    Atlantic City Food Network's Food and Wine Festival Food Network personality Guy Fieri is coming to Atlantic City. And he's hosting the "Cheese Steak Battle." It's all part of the Food Network's Atlantic City Food and Wine Festival, which runs...
  • At ARC's Ladies Night Out, it's friends, flicks and fun

    What girl doesn’t love a sleepover with her friends? It’s all about giggling and being silly together. It’s a time for sharing secrets, painting each other’s nails, and munching on cheese curls and chips while watching the latest...
  • The mark of an absent editor

    Patricia Cornwell is generous with acknowledgments in her novels to the assistance people have given her in medical and technical matters. In Port Mortuary she also expresses gratitude to those who advised on military matters. There is, however, no...
  • Corrections

    An article in Wednesday's editions about Baltimore County schools hiring non-school-based employees despite cutting teaching positions incorrectly reported that a $19 million increase in salaries and benefits was only for county teachers. In fact, it...
  • Facebook: Getting beyond the 'blah, blah, blah'

    Facebook: Getting beyond the 'blah, blah, blah'
    I refuse to get on the anti-Facebook bandwagon. For the last five years or so, Facebook has been the biggest thing on the Web. But some disillusionment was inevitable. Nothing can be the biggest thing forever. In recent months, there's been a rising...
  • Bye-bye Hogwarts! J.K. Rowling to publish first adult novel

    Bye-bye Hogwarts! J.K. Rowling to publish first adult novel
    J.K. Rowling, who created the fabulously successful Harry Potter series of book -- and movies -- will publish her first adult novel, Little, Brown and Co. announced today. The title, date for  worldwide publication and further details about the novel will...
  • Metropolitan in Federal Hill awaits arrival of Beaujolais Nouveau barrels

    Metropolitan in Federal Hill awaits arrival of Beaujolais Nouveau barrels
    Before there was Harry Potter midnight release parties, there was Georges Duboeuf, the mastermind behind the annual "third-Thursday-in-November" release of Beaujolais Nouveau. This year's release is accompanied by an energetic and fresh national...
  • Pressure is a word two-time spelling bee champ can handle

    Pressure is a word two-time spelling bee champ can handle
    Sam Osheroff admits there's some pressure when it comes to defending his title as the Howard County Library Spelling Bee champion. But once he's on stage, the pressure, he said, will be off. "I spell for myself," Sam said. "When you're on stage, it's...
  • Meet the blogger

    Meet Dave Gilmore, the mind (and thumbs) behind Game Cache. Dave has been infatuated with staring into glowing screens ever since he could pick up a "Duck Hunt" controller. At age 6, he entered his local video store's Nintendo fishing tournament on the...
  • 'Game of Thrones' returns on Entertainment Weekly's cover

    'Game of Thrones' returns on Entertainment Weekly's cover
    The nerd-epic (and I use that term with the deepest feeling of endearment) "Game of Thrones" is returning next month, and no one is more excited than our friends at Entertainment Weekly (and me!). The magazine has dedicated not one, but four covers to the...