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  • Discovery of WWII shells at state park spurs search

    Discovery of WWII shells at state park spurs search
    Growing up, George E. Raley Jr. heard stories that the military had conducted some sort of testing during World War II on the quiet Southern Maryland peninsula known as Newtowne Neck. As an adult, he would learn that his father had assisted in...
  • Restaurant review: Slavic specialties, serious drinks at Ze Mean Bean

    Restaurant review: Slavic specialties, serious drinks at Ze Mean Bean
    With its cozy space, approachable wine list, and tasty Slavic dishes, Ze Mean Bean is heavy on character. Where else can you nosh on 25-cent happy hour special pierogies while sipping a thoughtfully selected zinfandel, all while perched on a velvet...
  • West Friendship: Happy wishes for Carol and Don Miles on celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary

    Golden wishes to Carol and Don Miles who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in October 2011. The Miles were married in Baltimore in October of 1961. Last fall, the couple renewed their vows during a Mass at St. Michael's Catholic Church in...
  • Boutique brands

    Boutique brands
    The moment she spotted the suede purple-and-cobalt heels by Jeffrey Campbell, Lindsay Hall fell in love. When she learned that the shoe was designed in collaboration with Hampden boutique Ma Petite Shoe, the lure of exclusiveness sealed the deal. "I...
  • Maryland-built riverboat is bound for the Mississippi

    Maryland-built riverboat is bound for the Mississippi
    Gleaming white with twin black smokestacks and a 23-ton red paddle wheel at its stern, the Queen of the Mississippi is an apparition rising more than five stories above the Wicomico River. Before the month is out, the lines holding it dockside at...
  • Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton: Triadelphia Ridge Elementary students get instruction from artist in residence

    Triadelphia Ridge Elementary School was very proud of the work of its January Artist of the Month, fourth-grader Andrew Choe. Andrew created an origami work that starts out as an octagon, and compresses to create a star. This month, Triadelphia Ridge...
  • Is Shawn Michaels really better than Triple H?

    Is Shawn Michaels really better than Triple H?
    This past Monday night on Raw, The Undertaker re-affirmed his opinion to both Shawn Michaels and Triple H. Speaking to Hunter, he said – “Remember when I told you that Shawn Michaels is better than you? He is.” At first glance, many...
  • Will any part of Europe save itself?

    Will any part of Europe save itself?
    The Fitch Ratings agency has downgraded the credit of another five European countries -- Belgium, Cyprus, Italy, Slovenia and Spain -- citing "the financing risks faced by eurozone sovereign governments in the absence of a credible financial firewall...
  • The truth about France's 'far-right' electoral surge

    The truth about France's 'far-right' electoral surge
    Are the French getting their Tea Party on? That's what an outsider looking at the country's first-round presidential voting results might have been led to believe. But, as with many things French, the reality is très compliquée. The weekend vote...
  • Baltimore Symphony prepares for West Coast tour

    Baltimore Symphony prepares for West Coast tour
    The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will be jetting to the West Coast this week for a six-day, three-city tour — its first extended outing since Marin Alsop was named music director five years ago. The tour, which begins Wednesday, opens with a...
  • Canada wises up, quits Kyoto Protocol

    Canada wises up, quits Kyoto Protocol
    In a victory for common sense, America's top trading partner has become the first country to bail on the Kyoto Protocol before the nearly $7 billion in noncompliance costs comes due next year. Thus ends a pointless and pricey exercise in martyrdom....
  • The Interview: Larry Harding, president of High Street Partners

    The Interview: Larry Harding, president of High Street Partners
    About 20 of High Street Partners' employees are based at its Annapolis headquarters. The rest of its 160 workers are spread around the world, from California to London to Shanghai — which makes sense, considering its niche. The company helps...