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Most are feeling the urge to shed those winter mantles and get ready for summertime. As the prospect of heading "downeyoshen" looms large, we all worry about down-sizing. If you intend to diet, here's the skinny on wine and calories. The good news is...
Tags: Health Treatments, Alcoholic Beverages, Weight, Wines
Maryland WeatherToday's high at BWI today reached 66 at 3:13 p.m., according to the National Weather Service, but it did not break the 1947 record of 69 degrees. And Wednesday is forecast to reach 63. According to Candus Thomson's story in......
In October, protesters against genetically modified foods marched through Baltimore on their way to Washington. Their goal is to make Congress require that all genetically modified foods be labeled as such, but the effect will to spread superstition...
Tags: Genetic Engineering
Anyone who squeezes through a crowded farmers' market knows that now is prime time for locally grown produce. The summer's bounty — sweet corn, squash, eggplant, melons, peaches, berries, tomatoes — has arrived with the intensity of a...
Tags: Consumers, Tomatoes, Summer Squash, Groceries, Salads
The United Nations predicts that by October, the number of humans on the planet will exceed 7 billion. The organization simultaneously reports that nearly 1 billion people on the planet are hungry. The knee-jerk response is that farmers can't keep up....
The Baltimore SunWe were just not really sent a memo forbidding us to use Goodnight Irene in headlines. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is issuing recommendations for residents in states that might be affected by Hurricane...
In a shady clearing in Stevens Forest, not far from a paved pathway off Thunder Hill Road, a cluster of granite headstones marks the graves of six members of the family of George Cooke, a wealthy antebellum farmer. The two largest markers, which are...
Tags: Howard County, Libraries, James Rouse, Arts, History
My daughter Arielle had her first day of kindergarten last week. Parents were invited to stay in the classroom through circle time. As I sat cross-legged next to my wife on our portion of the magic circle, I listened to morning announcements with a...
In Baltimore City, 1 in 8 families with young children are "food insecure," and 20 percent of all residents live in poverty. More than half a million Marylanders get help affording food through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). In...
Tags: Groceries, Consumers, Food Industry, Healthy Diet, Electronics
1. Alabama (2-0): North Texas is coming to town in case anyone is disinterested. (1) 2. LSU (2-0): Mississippi State says defense isn't ready; come back next Thursday. (2) 3. Boise State (1-0): Know you have made it when you beat SEC one week, go on...
The harvest is on, and the nights are getting colder. So some Marylanders have begun to wonder when the stink bugs will show up. The experts say it won't be long. But they disagree on whether there will be fewer of them this time around, or more. "I...
Andy and Mary Laudenklos each spend more than 70 hours a week caring for their 600 cows, delivering calves and overseeing the milking at their Carroll County dairy farm — and they're also raising three young sons. The couple and their three-year-...
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