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  • Pot luck gifts from the kitchen: Designing gifts for hungry friends

    Gifts of love from your very own kitchen, including oatmeat squares, PB&C brownies and Far East party mix. If you haven't done so already, now's the time to decide what gifts you're going to provide for family, friends, neighbors and the like. Food is...
  • Baltimore Diner: Tyler Florence bringing fresh thinking to Md.

    Baltimore Diner: Tyler Florence bringing fresh thinking to Md.
    As the patient and sympathetic host of shows like "Food 911" and "How to Boil Water," Tyler Florence has been a welcome presence on the Food Network for 16 years. But some fans have trouble pinning him down, Florence said. They'll say, "What do you do?...
  • Hereford wins third straight Class 3A boys cross country title

    Hereford wins third straight Class 3A boys cross country title
    Winning a state championship as a team takes the hard work and commitment of all seven runners in a race and that’s what makes the Hereford boys’ feat of three straight Class 3A state titles a phenomenal achievement. Hereford captured the...
  • Chipotle, BGR latest eateries to open at BWI

    Chipotle, BGR latest eateries to open at BWI
    Eating a meal at the airport just got a little more tasty - and perhaps, a bit more healthy. In an effort to bring travelers more affordable and nutritional options, Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport has recently added two...
  • Maryland releases breast-feeding recommendations for hospitals

    Maryland releases breast-feeding recommendations for hospitals
    Maryland health officials want the state's hospitals to play a larger role in encouraging mothers to breast-feed in the crucial hours after they give birth, as growing evidence points to the health benefits of feeding babies human milk. The Maryland...
  • Ask the expert: giving cats pills

    Ask the expert: giving cats pills
      Giving my cat a pill is a difficult, sometimes bloody, endeavor. How do I make this easier on both of us? Giving cats pills is not an easy task, especially if you need to do it on a daily, long-term basis. Here are some of the techniques that can be...
  • A platform for the next Republican nominee

    A platform for the next Republican nominee
    Monday-morning quarterbacking is typically the preferred sport of the losing party. And the post-election GOP is no exception. The chattering class is full of explanations for Mitt Romney's loss: The candidate was too wealthy to be empathetic, too...
  • Tree pollen reaches 'very high' levels in Baltimore area

    Tree pollen reaches 'very high' levels in Baltimore area
    Tree pollen levels surged to "very high" levels in the Baltimore area Thursday and Friday, though rain and thunderstorms could bring a respite Friday evening. The allergens reached a saturation of 1,481 grains per cubic meter of air Thursday and 1,112...
  • St. Joseph receives Medicare certification

    St. Joseph receives Medicare certification
    University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center said Friday that it has received a new Medicare provider agreement, allowing it to again seek reimbursement for treating patients on the federal government's health program. The Towson hospital has not...
  • Say yes to sequestration

    Say yes to sequestration
    Sen. Ben Cardin's fear-mongering article about the threat of budget sequestration was appalling ("No to sequestration," Feb. 20). He of all people should know that the sequester was proposed by President Obama himself to Senate Majority Leader Harry...
  • Hopkins startup Healthify targets overlooked factors in evaluating health risks

    Hopkins startup Healthify targets overlooked factors in evaluating health risks
    A doctor might ask for a patient's family disease history, or exercise or smoking habits, but whether they have trouble getting food onto the table or paying energy bills is unlikely to appear on any clinic questionnaire. Those sorts of factors could...
  • Energy (but little booze) flows at college-friendly Voltage Nightclub

    Energy (but little booze) flows at college-friendly Voltage Nightclub
    The tip came from a Towson student almost finished her sophomore year. A former sorority member who decided Greek Life wasn't for her, the student said Towson could be boring because parties seemed like they were filled with "all of the same people."...