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  • Ted's vacation dining report

     
    Ted in Parkville sends this report on his New England vacation dining experience. It includes a reference to "grinders," something I'm familiar with as native New Englander.The rest of the world knows them as submarine sandwiches or hoagies. Here's Ted......
  • Lunch review: A cafeteria with a conscience

    Lunch review: A cafeteria with a conscience
    What if you had a choice between any institutional cafeteria you know and a cafeteria with "commitments" to organically raised produce, food-waste reduction, socially responsible sourcing and a low-carbon diet? If you pick the latter, welcome to Cafe Bon...
  • A despot lashes out

    A despot lashes out
    Syria's bloody crackdown on anti-government demonstrators reached new levels of brutality this week with the killing of hundreds of civilians in the city of Hama, a hotbed of resistance to the regime of President Bashar Assad. For months, Mr. Assad...
  • A U.S. veto of Palestinian statehood would uphold international law

    I disagree with Ariel Ilan Roth's op-ed "U.S. is Wrong on Palestine" (Sept. 21). I will make a purely legal argument why the U.S. should veto Palestine's unilateral attempt for statehood in the United Nations. The following information is from the...
  • Wrestler sentenced to 6 days for assault

    A former high school wrestling champion pleaded guilty Tuesday to second-degree assault for beating up a Towson University student in November 2009, after the annual Turkey Bowl high school football game at M&T Bank Stadium. The plea resolves the last of...
  • Baltimore writer still missing in Libya

    Baltimore writer still missing in Libya
    Sharon VanDyke's phone rang Monday afternoon, but after quickly dispensing with the call, she said, sadly, "Well, it wasn't Matthew." The wait continues for the retired principal, who has searched for the past five months for her son, a 32-year-old...
  • Jersey girl

    Jersey girl
    Jayne Miller, WBAL-TV's investigative reporter, delights in exploring environments foreign to her. An ardent traveler, she has been dazzled by the likes of East Africa, Turkey and the wild Western United States. But asked to cite her favorite travel...
  • Lunch for $10 or Less: David & Dad's Cafe

    Lunch for $10 or Less: David & Dad's Cafe
    The dish: turkey and cheddar wrap The popular Charles Street mainstay, David and Dad's, has opened a cafe inside the Enoch Pratt Free Library's Southeast Anchor branch in Highlandtown. The Highlandtown location has nothing like the full menu at the...
  • Don't call it 'genocide'

    As a Turkic-American, I oppose efforts to secure a presidential proclamation designating April 24 as "Armenian genocide" day. Unlike many other tragedies and massacres, the Armenian allegations of Turkish genocide are hotly contested and have been...
  • Havre de Grace lighthouse will again be a stop on statewide Lighthouse Challenge

    Havre de Grace lighthouse will again be a stop on statewide Lighthouse Challenge
    A statewide event will once again shine a light on Havre de Grace's historic Concord Point Lighthouse. Hundreds of lighthouse enthusiasts will descend on the prominent monument at the tip of the city's Promenade, which will be spotlighted during the...
  • Turkey Hill's cool new attraction gives visitors the inside scoop

    Turkey Hill's cool new attraction gives visitors the inside scoop
    If you're looking for ice cream and iced tea to cool the heat of a summer day, you could go to the refrigerator. Or you could take a sweet trip to the newly opened Turkey Hill Experience in Lancaster County. The attraction from the Turkey Hill Dairy not...
  • Demetrius J. Dukas, iconographer who painted churches

    Demetrius J. Dukas, iconographer who painted churches
    Demetrius James Dukas, a world-renowned Byzantine iconographer who decorated churches with mosaics and paintings in the United States and abroad, died June 17 from complications of an infection at his home in Bowie. He was 83. The son of Greek...