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  • 'The Voice' recap: The first live show

    'The Voice' recap: The first live show
    A major change took place tonight in the second season of NBC’s “The Voice”: The live shows began, and for the first time, the fate of the artists is not just in the coaches’ hands — viewers can vote for who they want to...
  • Your say: What's the best album of the year so far?

    Your say: What's the best album of the year so far?
    This week, we asked about your favorite tunes. Here's what you had to say. •••• “Changing Times” by Iwan Rheon --dianamramirez11 via Twitter ••• Mary Mary — “Something Big” --Antoine...
  • Mama's Boys, UMBC's male a cappella group

    Beat-boxing and belting out arrangements of the latest pop songs is just another day for the Mama's Boys. The all-male a cappella group from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County started in the fall of 2003 when four students decided it was time to...
  • Atlantic City casinos

    New Jersey Atlantic Club Casino Formerly Atlantic City Hilton and ACH, this newly renamed casino and hotel forgoes the glitz of newcomer Revel. Casino hours: 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Games to play: There are 58 live table games, including...
  • Q&A: Lanham's Mario Bonds ready for 'The Glee Project'

    Q&A: Lanham's Mario Bonds ready for 'The Glee Project'
    Oxygen’s second season of “The Glee Project,” which premieres at 10 tonight (June 5), features a unique and talented Maryland native with a powerful story. Lanham’s Mario Arnauz Bonds, 24, identifies himself as a, singer,...
  • County acknowledges 'poor direction on how to dispense of used books'

    I thank the readers of the North County News for their support in my efforts to save Baltimore County library books from destruction. ("Library rejects patron's offer to distribute discarded books," North County News, April 19). Upon retrieving 171...
  • 'The Voice' recap: Episode 4

    'The Voice' recap: Episode 4
    Man, those judges on “The Voice” did some major work tonight, scooping up more talented hopefuls as we endured (enjoyed?) another week of blind auditions. I seem to have forgotten that this show is a marathon, not a sprint – but we&...
  • Water tower in Reisterstown is deferred for now; stay tuned

    It appears as though Reisterstown has dodged a bullet in the proposed construction of a 2 million gallon water tower at the bend of Bond Avenue and Timbergrove Road. At a meeting on Oct. 27 spearheaded by residents and Stop the Water Tower, there were...
  • Wale's 'Ambition' to debut No. 2 with 164K sold

    Wale's 'Ambition' to debut No. 2 with 164K sold
    Very few rappers get second chances, but Wale did when he signed with Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group earlier this year. "Ambition" — the D.C. rapper's sophomore album released last Tuesday — proves, at least from a numbers perspective, Wale...
  • Bar review: New Mt. Vernon lounge E-Villa struggles with identity

    Bar review: New Mt. Vernon lounge E-Villa struggles with identity
    Mount Vernon is teeming with lounges and bars that cater to young professionals. The stretch of Eager Street between Charles and Cathedral has Eden's Lounge and City Cafe. Right around the corner, there's Red Maple. And now, there's E-Villa, which has...
  • An evening of voice and piano, featuring a Bel Air native

    Soprano Stacey Mastrian returns to her native Bel Air to present a recital of songs and arias in Italian, French, German, Spanish and English, with pianist Scott Crowne. The concert will be Friday, March 16, at 8 p.m. at the St. Mary Magdalen Mission...
  • Stanley Oppenheim, food salesman

    Stanley Oppenheim, a retired food products salesman, died of diabetic complications Nov. 11 at his Lutherville home. He was 74. Born in Baltimore and raised on East Baltimore Street and on Towanda Avenue, he was a 1956 graduate of Forest Park High...