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  • 'Mad Men' recap: 'The Quality of Mercy'

    'Mad Men' recap: 'The Quality of Mercy'
    "The quality of mercy is not strained.” The title for this episode comes from Shakespeare’s “Merchant of Venice.” On this Father’s Day, Don could use mercy from his daughter and himself. Instead we find him curled up in a...
  • Online grocery ordering and home delivery move to organic market

    Online grocery ordering and home delivery move to organic market
    Nate Weiner used to do most of his grocery shopping at the Wegmans in Hunt Valley and the Giant near his Hampden home. Now he orders most of his groceries online from Relay Foods and picks it up at designated spot on Sundays. "I get most of my produce...
  • John R. Bland, salesman

    John R. Bland, salesman
    John Randolph Bland, a retired salesman, died Oct. 5 of diabetes complications at Dulaney Valley Assisted Living. The Cockeysville resident was 70. Born in Baltimore and raised in Catonsville, he was the great-grandson of John R. Bland, the founder of...
  • Swimming: Pointers Run edges Pheasant Ridge

    Pointers Run, 340; Pheasant Ridge, 285.5 Medley Relays 15-18M: 1. PO (Wolter, Kogan, Jones, Latzko), 1:59.08. 9-10M: 1. PH (Wettstein, Key, Frakas, Dannelly), 1:18.54 11-12M: 1. PH (Hawes, Vinyard, Abate, Key), 2:24.85. 13-14M: 1. PH (Coates, Amin,...
  • Five records fall at Columbia All-City meet

    Five records fall at Columbia All-City meet
    While Olympic swimmers in London have the eyes of the world upon them this week, the young boys and girls of the Columbia Neighborhood Swim League put on a competitive meet of their own in the annual All-City championship meet July 27 and 28, at the...
  • 'Top Chef Masters' recap: Grand Canyon cookout

    'Top Chef Masters' recap: Grand Canyon cookout
    This week, the chefs leave the comfy confines of their climate controlled Vegas kitchen for a more rustic setting. But first, Curtis introduces the Quickfire by revealing a huge salad bar that the chefs will use to compose a salad. "Here's your salad...
  • Adam's Eve Gastropub serves familiar but creative comfort food

    Adam's Eve Gastropub serves familiar but creative comfort food
    Chef Mark Littleton has groupies. During his stints at a string of pubby Baltimore restaurants, including Simon's, Lulu's and Annabel Lee Tavern, Littleton developed a strong following, thanks to his inventive take on comfort food. In July, Littleton...
  • Columbia Foodies share epicurean delights

    Columbia Foodies share epicurean delights
    The Pissaladiere Nicoise, an onion tart studded with black olives and anchovies, is being passed around to the dinner guests while the Navets a la Champenoise, a turnip casserole, and braised stuffed breast of veal finish in the oven. A French Frisee...
  • 'Top Chef Seattle' recap, 'Glacial Gourmand'

    'Top Chef Seattle' recap, 'Glacial Gourmand'
    Brooke, Josh, and Sheldon remain, splayed out on the sofas and clearly exhausted. Brooke finds a note from Padma telling them to meet her at the Eagle Crest. Is that an Alaskan Leather Bar? I'm excited. They drive up a long mountain and are stopped by...
  • HdG celebrates birthdays, National Puzzle Day

    Happy January birthdays, dear readers, to Ron Mathias, Emily McClakey (today, Jan. 25); Carol Petrosino (Jan. 26); Elizabeth Holmes (Jan. 27); Debbie Cunningham (Jan. 28); Jane Currier of Currier House B&B (Jan. 30); and Tiffany Cline (Jan. 31). Best...
  • Like/Dislike with Sara Shvartzman, Jewish Community Center

    Like/Dislike with Sara Shvartzman, Jewish Community Center
    Sara Shvartzman considers herself lucky. As the new arts and culture coordinator for the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore, she is able to blend three of her passions in one: the arts, working with older adults and working in the Jewish...
  • Commentary: Ah, Fallston is a wild(life) place, indeed

    Commentary: Ah, Fallston is a wild(life) place, indeed
    By far my favorite headline of the year just ended was: "Ah, the wilds of Fallston," written tongue-in-cheek, no doubt, by my colleague Jim Kennedy for our story about Aumar Village developer Mike Euler's plan to put an RV park on one side of the shopping...