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There are more than 1,200 students at Wilde Lake High School — a diverse mix of young adults representing the heritages of nearly 50 countries, according to Principal James LeMon. LeMon said he thinks it's that diversity, and the welcoming...
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The Rev. Eric W. Gritsch, a prominent Lutheran theologian, educator and author whose teaching career at the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Gettysburg, Pa., spanned more than three decades, died Dec. 29 at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center of...
Is there a little black dress of the wine world? The little black dress. Most everyone has one. Even gentlemen have the equivalent — the blue blazer. These clothing items dress up or dress down to suit and they are totally respectable for almost...
This is the time each year when America celebrates labor. When better for a story about a family who risked their very lives for the opportunity to work in America? Despite frequent criticism of organized religion, there are times when the church gets it...
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I'm an unabashed fan of Austria's gruner veltliner grape, which produces some of the most complex and satisying dry white wines on the planet. This organic rendition of this variety is crisp, taut and impecably put together. It offers herbal and mineral...
From: Wachau Valley, Austria Price: $17 Serve with: Spicy Asian cuisine, shellfish The name is quite a mouthful, but so is the wine. Gruner veltliner is not exactly a household name among grapes, but it produces magnificent white wines in Austria...
Dr. Ernst Friedrich Lepold Niedermeyer, who was a leading researcher, author, clinician and pioneer in the field of electroencephalogy and its use in epilepsy and other brain research, died Thursday of colon cancer at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson. The...
Most of us have packed away the holiday decorations, but there's at least one more excuse to celebrate the season. Howard County's first all-professional chamber orchestra, the Orchestra of St. John's, is performing a Viennese New Year's Celebration on...
Tags: Dance, Dick Clark, New Year's Day, Dance, Music
Charles Campbell argues U.S. jobs are destroyed by free trade ("What's killing jobs?" Aug. 27). While some jobs are destroyed by free trade, overall the jury is in, and he is wrong. The United States was as trade-open in the Clinton years when we...
Tags: Trade Policy, Trade Dispute
Just one sip is all it takes. That first swallow explodes with flavors not usually attributed to the grape: Arugula, sugar snap peas, moss, heather, lentils. There is a bracing and refreshing minerality, plus a weight on the palate that belies its...
Tags: Hungary, Czech Republic, Alcoholic Beverages, Germany
New Zealand has long been known for its tangy Sauvignon Blancs that explode on the palate in a riot of pink grapefruit, but some new brands have entered the market that offer a true cornucopia of summer fruit, and vegetables. Mohua Sauvignon Blanc 2010,...
Tags: Marlborough, Maryland, Limes, Foods and Beverages, Grapefruit
Reality CheckHere's Bucky's report on tonight's Amazing Race:We’re down to six remaining teams on The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business. Who should be favored to make the finals? Gary & Mallory have had a good race so far, finishing in the top......
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