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  • Awards - county Capitol Debaters score victory

    The Howard County Capitol Debaters won the Middle School National Policy Debate Championship, held June 18-19, in Dallas. The team of Lime Kiln students Nikita Datta and Jake Smith and the team of Lime Kiln student Simon Zhu and Montessori student Daniel...
  • Anniversary composition a labor of love for Temple Isiah choir director Marshall Kohen

    When Temple Isaiah choir director Marshall Kohen, the composer of "From Then to Tomorrow," which will be performed during the synagogue's 40th anniversary celebration Saturday, Dec. 3, mentioned to Rabbi Mark Panoff that he would like to compose an...
  • Highland/Fulton: Reservoir Gators take a big bite out of Prince George's Invitational cross country meet

    The Reservoir High School boys and girls cross country teams had great showings Sept. 24 at the Prince George's County Invitational. Lisa Horowitz, Amy Oliver and Katie Wilson took the Nos. 4, 5 and 6 spots and Kelsey Ponton was 11th to lead the girls to...
  • Howard County dining: Players Bar & Grill

    Howard County dining: Players Bar & Grill
    April brought a new restaurant to Waverly Woods. There’s no pretension in the name: Players Bar & Grill. And this restaurant owned by Simon Sadoun is just that, featuring a larger-than-average eat-in bar, dozens of high-definition televisions and a...
  • Apples aren't the only great autumn fruit

    This time of year school and work lunchboxes can provide a plethora of healthy local fruit that will please even the most meticulous food Nazi. Apples come to mind, but so do pears, which are readily available at the supermarket. There are almost as many...
  • 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' recap: 'Sweet Dee Gets Audited'

    'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' recap: 'Sweet Dee Gets Audited'
    The Gang learned a key life lesson tonight: Democracy is hard. First of all, Dee is getting audited; but like most things related to Sweet Dee, nobody cares. The writers even made her the subplot, although this week’s plot was already pretty thin...
  • Restaurant review: Fine drinks and, yes, dining at Frisco Tap House

    Restaurant review: Fine drinks and, yes, dining at Frisco Tap House
    There's no denying — craft beers are more popular than they've been in decades. To keep up with demand, restaurants and bars have upped their draft selections, hosted beer tastings and started pairing food with beers. In the Baltimore region, few...
  • Highland/Fulton: Adopting a pet is easy to do at Frisky's Sanctuary

    Personally, I'm a "mutt" person. Our dog Sydney is, well, I'm not sure what kind of dog she is and, when I took her to see Dr. John Cunningham at the Highland Veterinary Hospital, he wasn't sure either. Suffice it to say that she is a wonderful,...
  • Pair of Reservoir High School teachers have been awarded National Board Certification

    In today's business world, certifications (or certs, as people in the industry say) can be the differentiating factor between you and another applicant vying for a job. Doctors advertise that they are "board certified" and accountants are "certified...
  • Highland/Fulton: Troop 2527 members assist House of Ruth to help earn Silver Award

    Julianne Knoblett, a student at Lime Kiln Middle School and a member of Girl Scout Troop 2527, is working, along with her troop, on earning their Silver Award. Their goal: to assist the House of Ruth and raise awareness about its contributions to help...
  • Clarksville: River Hill High winter band concert is set for Jan. 13

    You are invited to join friends and neighbors for the River Hill High School winter band concert Friday, Jan. 13 at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium. The concert will feature the River Hill symphonic band, wind ensemble and percussion Ensemble with special...
  • A Sephardic tale

    The Passover Seder offers a ritualized retelling of how the Israelites were delivered from bondage in Egypt. Even today, more than 3,000 years later, it's quite a story. There's also quite a story behind a new kosher cookbook, "Persian Food from the Non-...