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  • Lutherville: Youngsters get hooked on fishing at Springlake Park

    Youngsters picked up some pointers from experienced fishermen from the Baltimore Reservoir Metro Anglers before competing in a Fishing Derby on June 2 at Springlake Park in Cockeysville. Sponsored by the Lutherville-Timonium Recreation Council, this...
  • Different continent, same candidate: Romney can put his foot in his mouth abroad just as well as at home

    Different continent, same candidate: Romney can put his foot in his mouth abroad just as well as at home
    For years, presidents and presidential hopefuls have gone abroad to cast themselves as knowledgeable on world affairs, counting on friendly receptions wherever they go as a respite from the slings and arrows they routinely encounter in campaigning at...
  • Ireland loses a treasured voice

    I was profoundly saddened to learn of the passing of Maeve Binchy ("Best-selling Irish author Maeve Binchy dies," July 31). Her many books are legendary, and Ireland was her usual locale since she was from that country. She also wrote a column for the...
  • Sunny forecast for Kish Gallery show

    Sunny forecast for Kish Gallery show
    Sunburst Studio's group exhibit "Watercolor Visions 2012" fills the Bernice Kish Gallery at Slayton House with a variety of subjects, but most of them involve nature in some way. All of the fruit, flowers and landscapes make for a cheerful show. The...
  • Navy receiver Matt Aiken likely out for opener with knee injury

    Navy receiver Matt Aiken likely out for opener with knee injury
    Already without its top receiver who flunked a conditioning test, Navy has also likely lost its second-leading receiver for at least the season opener against Notre Dame in Dublin, Ireland. Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo said after Wednesday's morning...
  • Club license in jeopardy after fatal Block stabbing

    The fatal downtown stabbing of an exotic dancer last week began as a fight among employees inside a strip club on The Block and could place the club's liquor and adult entertainment licenses in jeopardy. The chairman of the city's liquor board, Stephan...
  • The real deal about St. Patrick's Day

    Despite the popular myth, St. Patrick did not banish all the snakes from Ireland. In fact, being an island nation, there never were any snakes in Ireland at all. But Patrick was significant in that he converted thousands of native Irish to Christianity....
  • Oldest Irish pub in America becomes newest

     
    And now for a little St. Patrick's Day quiz: What is both the oldest and newest Irish Pub in America? Patrick's of Pratt Street. The West Side pub, established in 1847, has long claimed the oldest title. But in a......
  • Cures for the "Irish flu"

     
    If you overdid it last night celebrating St. Patrick's Day, I'm not sure you'll feel like cooking a big breakfast of spicy sirloin sliders and breakfast burritos.But the folks at Tabasco and chef Laurent Tourondel of New York's BLT Market......
  • Subpoena demands liquor board data

    A city grand jury has subpoenaed thousands of documents from the Baltimore liquor board, including inspection reports for Power Plant Live and Norma Jean's, a strip bar on The Block, according to court documents and interviews. The subpoena, which was...
  • New music from troubled divas, other hit makers

    Coming this fall: The Drama of the Troubled Diva. For the next four months, many of pop's juiciest plot lines will feature female singers struggling back from the brink. They include Whitney Houston, Christina Aguilera and TLC, all of whom have spent far...
  • After summer of flops, a season of quality?

    Hail, hail, the "Gang"'s finally here. That would be "Gangs of New York", Martin Scorsese's long-awaited latest, an epic tale of love and loyalties, played out among the rival immigrant groups of 19th-century New York City. Not since "Titanic" has a film...