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  • Swallow at the Hollow does bar food justice

    Swallow at the Hollow does bar food justice
    The Swallow at the Hollow might be a dive bar, but don't let that scare you away from the menu. It's worth a try. The north Baltimore bar's history stretches back to the '40s, when it was a combo barber shop and bar. In recent years it has been a...
  • Chat with Laurel City Council members at Bagels with the Council

    The next Bagels with the Council is Saturday, Aug. 3 at 9 a.m. at the Laurel Armory Anderson-Murphy Community Center, 422 Montgomery St. The Laurel City Council offers these informal meetings so that constituents can talk one-on-one with Council members...
  • Senior briefs

    Arnold Center The following activities will be offered at the Arnold Senior Activity Center, 44 Church Road. Information: 410-222-1922: Cultural Influences of Motown Music with instructor Nat Martin meets from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Thursdays....
  • St. Vincent's Villa children enjoy summer; seafood lovers look forward to Stella Maris' fall crab feast [column]

    It's hard to believe that the month of August is already here and that in a few weeks schools in the county will be starting up . This summer has been a very busy one for the children at St. Vincent's Villa (a residential treatment center) who enjoyed...
  • Harford County's Muslims break bread with neighbors of other faiths in Ramadan 'iftar'

    Harford County's Muslims break bread with neighbors of other faiths in Ramadan 'iftar'
    Every year, Muslims from around the world fast for 30 days from sunrise to sunset, abstaining from food, drink and other temptations of the flesh during Ramadan, a month in the Islamic lunar calendar. This year is no different, with the month expected...
  • Kathleen T. Perry, devout Catholic

    Kathleen T. Perry, devout Catholic
    Kathleen T. Perry, a devout Roman Catholic who opened up her heart and home to children, died Tuesday at St. Martin's Home in Catonsville after a recent medical procedure. The longtime Fallston resident was 93. "Kathleen was a saintly person....
  • 'Food Network Star' recap of season premiere, featuring Baltimore's Rodney "the pie guy" Henry

    'Food Network Star' recap of season premiere, featuring Baltimore's Rodney "the pie guy" Henry
    The ninth cycle kicked off with a premiere episode that was mostly as bland as some of the potatoes the contestants whipped up for the Star Challenge. Still, a front-runner emerged, as did a potential villainess. And three contestants were, very...
  • Deerfield Run's late-night program offers teens safe summer

    Deerfield Run's late-night program offers teens safe summer
    In the weight room at the Deerfield Run Community Center, 12-year-old Ashaki Gittens-Smith, wearing red gym shorts and a red tank top, is trying out the exercise machines with a friend: running on a treadmill for a couple of minutes, walking on an...
  • Cal Ripken World Series starts Friday [Aberdeen]

    The time has come! The Cal Ripken World Series begins tonight at Cal Sr.'s Yard, where there will be a game against the Mid-Atlantic Championship Squad. Imagine! This will be the 14th summer that this will happen in Aberdeen with all the connected...
  • Seafood galore in Havre de Grace this weekend

    It's seafood time, dear readers! Enjoy the 33rd Havre de Grace Seafood Festival in Tydings Park Friday, Aug. 9, 3 to 8 p.m.; Saturday, Aug. 10, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and Sunday, Aug. 11, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sample seafood delicacies from near and far,...
  • Factors Row brings a fresh perspective for Annapolis

    Factors Row brings a fresh perspective for Annapolis
    Annapolis is a conservative dining town, which can be frustrating, not only for enterprising restaurateurs and chefs, but for diners looking for something more interesting than broiled salmon and a New York strip. But there are pockets of invention in...
  • An evening with Art Donovan at Loyola High School

    An evening with Art Donovan at Loyola High School
    When my son James was a student at Loyola High School in the 1990s, I was active in the school's Fathers' Club, which was a collection of guys from all walks of life who enjoyed a good time and shared a connection at the Towson school. One of the club's...