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  • Teething baby doesn't curtail family adventure

    Teething baby doesn't curtail family adventure
    Eight months and one week. That's how long it took my daughter, Sarla, to get her first tooth. And the teething started the day we took a seven-hour flight across the pond to Europe. A first for her, a first for me, just one of several new firsts for my...
  • Hoping April arrives in HdG bringing spring with it

    March blows out of here this weekend, dear readers! Followed by April. Traditionally, April showers produce May flowers – at least, that's what my maternal grandmother would tell me. And Maryland celebrates Arbor Day this month. Plant a tree!...
  • How I spent my summer vacation

    If the falling leaves, shorter days and the return of traffic jams on the JFX have you pining for those lost, carefree days of summer, we commiserate — especially after we tried to drown our end-of-summer blues in a sunny strawberries-and-creme...
  • O'Malley headed to Copenhagen

    O'Malley headed to Copenhagen
    Gov. Martin O'Malley will head to Denmark Wednesday night to be a on panel about "progressive governance," one of the governor's favorite topics. O'Malley will be appearing Friday in Copenhagen alongside Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt, the...
  • Spring brings Easter egg hunts in Havre de Grace

    Happy Easter, dear readers! Today, Good Friday, the Susquehanna Ministerium will sponsor the Good Friday Way of the Cross beginning at Jean Roberts Park (railroad bridge), 503 St. John St., from noon to 1 p.m. For details, phone 410-939-2464. Havre de...
  • Happy April Fool's Day Havre de Grace

    HappyApril Fool's Day, dear readers, on April 1. I hope you are not an April Fool, or a victim of someone's tomfoolery. Beware! Fair warning! April is Young People's Poetry Month, Multicultural Month and the Month of Mathematics Education. April,...
  • Danes enter not guilty pleas in Iraq abuse

    COPENHAGEN, Denmark - In a case with echoes of the Abu Ghraib scandal, a Danish army captain and four military police sergeants pleaded not guilty yesterday to charges of mistreating Iraqi detainees. The charges stem from an interrogation March 9, 2004,...
  • Copenhagen fans attacked in Kiev, match interrupted

    KIEV (Reuters) - Fighting between rival fans caused a 15 minute interruption to the Champions League qualifier between Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk and FC Copenhagen at the Olimpiysky stadium in Kiev on Wednesday. Supporters of the Danish club were attacked by...
  • Swede Antonsson rejoins Copenhagen in time for Champions League clash

    COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Sweden international defender Mikael Antonsson has rejoined FC Copenhagen and could feature for the Danes in their Champions League qualifier against Ukrainian side Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk in Kiev on Wednesday, the club said in a...
  • Danish FA backs bid to move Champions League tie out of Ukraine

    COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - The Danish Football Association (DBU) has backed FC Copenhagen's bid to shift their Champions League qualifier at Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk later this month to a neutral venue, following the shooting-down of a Malaysia Airlines flight...
  • Aarhus: Denmark's second city

    Aarhus: Denmark's second city
    Aarhus, Denmark's second-largest city, calls itself the "World's Smallest Big City." I'd argue it's more like the world's biggest little town: easy to handle and easy to like. A pleasant three-hour train ride from Copenhagen, Aarhus is well worth a stop....
  • Watch 1,000 people eat 1,000 ghost chiles, then flip out

    Watch 1,000 people eat 1,000 ghost chiles, then flip out
    The ghost chile, also known as bhut jolokia, clocks in at more than 1 million units on the Scoville scale, the gauge used to measure capsaicin, the component in peppers responsible for their heat. To put that number in perspective, the jalapeņo pepper...