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  • Charleston debuts new Wednesday supper-for-two with 'Downton Abbey'-inspired menu

    Charleston debuts new Wednesday supper-for-two with 'Downton Abbey'-inspired menu
    Starting this Wednesday, Charleston will offer a supper-for-two menu in the bar. Think of it as a way to soak up some of Charleston's atmosphere, and Cindy Wolf's cooking, without committing to the full tasting menu experience. The menu, which will...
  • 'Downton Abbey' recap: Heartbreak as Lady Sybil gives birth

    'Downton Abbey' recap: Heartbreak as Lady Sybil gives birth
    With all the Branson revolutionary-ing, Lady Edith altar-jilting and Bates jail-rotting, it was easy to forget that Lady Sybil was, you know, about to give birth. And she does in this episode. But in a huge surprise, she doesn't make it -- dead at 24...
  • 'Downton Abbey' recap, Branson's revolutionary war

    'Downton Abbey' recap, Branson's revolutionary war
    What better time than a Crawley dinner with the Archbishop of York for Branson to get all revolutionary and escape to Downton? Loved the transition here. Robert is talking to the archbishop about Catholics and admits that he's anti-Catholic. "There...
  • MPT offers Christmas at Downton Abbey tour package with holiday ball

    MPT offers Christmas at Downton Abbey tour package with holiday ball
    Spend Christmas at Downton Abbey! Well, officially it's Highclere, the historic manse that is the setting for the hit PBS television series, but that in no way diminishes the appeal of a holiday dance at a castle, no less. Virgin Atlantic and Maryland...
  • Tales of a British housewife in Howard County

    Tales of a British housewife in Howard County
    Howard County really is nothing at all like my home back in the U.K., all things considered. My family and I are what’s known as “expats,” and we’re fairly British in our politics, behaviors and spelling, but that doesn’t...
  • Scrabble at the Bain Center

    Activity Pals For single seniors. Get together with others to attend events, shop, go sightseeing, dine out and more. 301-596-6385. The Bain Center 5470 Ruth Keeton Way, Columbia. 410-313-7213. •Acting Up! Thursdays, 10:30 a.m. A theater...
  • No fans of football, they still plan to watch the Super Bowl

    No fans of football, they still plan to watch the Super Bowl
    Believe it not, some people just don't like football. They don't tailgate or paint their faces or pore over statistics or even know who New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is. (Joe Flacco of the Ravens, maybe.) Cindy Leahy is one of those people....
  • Colored gowns, personalized touches will define weddings this year

    Colored gowns, personalized touches will define weddings this year
    Not very long ago, in a reception hall not very far away, brides had to wear white, serve tiered cake for dessert and give their guests matchbooks as favors. Thank heavens that's all behind us. The wedding season is not that far off — bridal expos...
  • Raise your glass, The Pegu Club at Frederick's on Fleet

    Raise your glass, The Pegu Club at Frederick's on Fleet
    It seems as though every bar program in Baltimore touts a classic cocktail menu these days. The trend isn't surprising if you note the revival of early 20th century across popular culture (read: "Downton Abbey," "Boardwalk Empire," the upcoming "Gatsby"...
  • Big-screen TVs are stars at home

    Big-screen TVs are stars at home
    When Neil Saval and his wife closed on a single-family home in Federal Hill, his first purchase wasn't a piece of contemporary art or a plush sofa — it was a Panasonic 60-inch flat-screen television. "The day I settled on the house, the installers...
  • Downton reminds us of lost civility

    In reference to Susan Reimer's commentary ("Our special relationship with 'Downton Abbey,'" Jan. 10), my wife and I were also discussing the reasons why we've been so taken with "Downton Abbey." In our case, it has nothing to do with any preoccupation...
  • As 'Downton Abbey' returns, a refresher on British social/gender etiquette

    As 'Downton Abbey' returns, a refresher on British social/gender etiquette
    With "Downton Abbey" about to start Season 3 on these shores this weekend, taking us once more into the rarefied world of British society and grand meals around elegantly appointed tables, your ever-thoughtful Midweek Madness featurette would like to...