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  • Harford businessmen visit White House

    Harford businessmen visit White House
    Andrew P. Klein, president of Harford County based Klein's ShopRite of Maryland, and Marshall J. Klein, vice-president of operations of Klein's ShopRite, were recognized by First Lady Michelle Obama at a White House ceremony on Wednesday, July 20. The...
  • For Goucher grad, success was in the Cards Against Humanity

    For Goucher grad, success was in the Cards Against Humanity
    On New Year's Eve 2008 — when all of the popular kids were out partying — Max Temkin and his pack of social outcasts were hunkered in his parents' basement. With nothing better to do, they grabbed a stack of cardboard paper and some...
  • Michelle Obama to hold two fundraisers in Maryland

    First lady Michelle Obama will visit Maryland next month for a pair of fundraisers -- including one in Baltimore -- during a campaign swing that will largely mirror a trip the president made through the state in June, Democratic officials said Wednesday....
  • From Sun Magazine: Fitness for fashion's sake

    From Sun Magazine: Fitness for fashion's sake
    It was a 90-degree spring morning in 2011, and I was struggling, my breath coming in gasps. I was on the last leg of a sprint triathlon, the run, and from across the way, I heard the unmistakable booming voice of Shawna. She was the personal trainer/...
  • Morgan hosts White House forum on concerns of African-American community

    Morgan hosts White House forum on concerns of African-American community
    A senior White House adviser outlined President Barack Obama's initiatives to make college more affordable and provide assistance to small businesses during an African-American policy forum at Morgan State University on Friday. Valerie Jarrett, a...
  • Slow start for Phelps

    Who was that swimmer in the far lane, finishing fourth and failing to medal? A sluggish-looking Michael Phelps launched his final Olympics Saturday night in uncharacteristic fashion, leaving the pool without a stop at the medal platform after a fourth-...
  • New Miller library branch prepares to open learning garden

    New Miller library branch prepares to open learning garden
    The new Miller library branch in Ellicott City will open its Enchanted Garden next weekend, an outdoor learning space that will be one of the few nationwide to be owned and tended by a public library. The space, which will offer classes and activities...
  • Doctors group says no junk food for the Obamas

    Doctors group says no junk food for the Obamas
    First Lady Michelle Obama is on a mission to get our kids to eat healthy, but every now and then she is known to indulge on a cheeseburger or other food that is not so good for the body. A few years ago she made a lunch run with staff to a Five Guys...
  • On beauty, with Susan Heydt

    On beauty, with Susan Heydt
    What makes a person beautiful? Susan Heydt doesn’t answer that question with “cosmetics,” which might be odd coming from a woman who makes a living as a makeup artist. For her, beauty is on the inside, and makeup is about how a person...
  • Veterans battle with the calendar

    Veterans battle with the calendar
    — First, a reality check: Almost nowhere but at a meeting of the Justin Bieber fan club would a 30-year-old, let alone a 22-year-old, be considered old. In the age-skewed world of elite athletes, though, swimmer Brendan Hansen and gymnast Nastia...
  • Review: 'VEEP' shines a hilarious light on often dim-witted world of politics

    Review: 'VEEP' shines a hilarious light on often dim-witted world of politics
    "VEEP" is the kind of series that separates HBO from almost every other channel or network making television these days. It takes great risks, dares to break new ground, includes some of the most imaginative artists working in the arts and aims for...
  • TV, Web shine with sound, keen coverage

    Television loves ritual and pageantry. And Tuesday, the medium absolutely soared on the feast of both, found in the inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th president of the United States. TV and its small-screen online cousins have never provided more...