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  • 'America's Got Talent' recap, Quarterfinals begin in New York

    'America's Got Talent' recap, Quarterfinals begin in New York
    Tonight's first live show in New York begins with a half-hour countdown full of outtakes, bloopers and behind-the-scenes clips of the judges. There are some pretty memorable moments of Nick Cannon panicking on a speedboat and Howard Stern and Sharon...
  • Neighborhood dogs and 'The Wire': the adventure continues

    Neighborhood dogs and 'The Wire': the adventure continues
    "The Wire" certainly made Charm City look like it was going to the dogs. With good reason. Turns out the acclaimed HBO series had close ties to canine Baltimore. I reported last week about "The Wire" crew's adventures with neighborhood pit bulls, and...
  • Canine couture

    Canine couture
    The proprietor of Handbags in the City has a fashion sense that favors the classical, whether he's wearing a belted Burberry trench coat with a standup collar, lounging in a Mulberry cashmere sweater or modeling a jacket lined with shearling. And Sparky'...
  • March for the Animals expected to draw thousands

    March for the Animals expected to draw thousands
    There will be plenty of treats, costumes, contests and free heart exams. And that's just for the pets. More than 5,000 people and their pets are expected to gather Sunday at Druid Hill Park for the 16th annual March for the Animals. The event, which...
  • Dream home: Waterfront condo keeps bachelor firmly planted

    Dream home: Waterfront condo keeps bachelor firmly planted
    It seems that everyone at Canton Cove, a waterfront condominium complex east of Fells Point, knows Harvey Goldberg's two-story unit, even if they've never met the owner. People strolling along the harborside promenade can see his two big dogs peering...
  • Dream home: Estate of zen

    Dream home: Estate of zen
    The approach from the long, circular driveway reveals Dick and Susan Wolven's brick home is unmistakably Georgian in style. Just beyond the front door, however, the interior design and furnishings are a celebration of everything Asian, is a reflection of...
  • Outcry erupts over new Columbia store selling puppies

    The opening of Charm City Puppies, a store in Columbia that sells purebred and other boutique puppies, as well as pet accessories, has prompted an online protest by some area residents. The family-owned store, which displays expensive puppies in cribs,...
  • Puppy mills: Don't put cruelty on your holiday shopping list

    Thousands of puppies are bought and sold every year during the holiday season, which means thousands of consumers end up unknowingly supporting puppy mills. Puppy mills are inhumane, commercial breeding facilities that place an emphasis on profits...
  • Letter: Better to get pet from shelter than a pet store

    So you want to get a puppy. Great! Now where should you go and what should you do? I would imagine that the owners of the new store in Columbia called "Charm City Puppies" would want you to immediately walk through their doors. Or the folks who manage...
  • Rob Kasper on farmers market manners

     
    Here's a link to an editorial essay by Rob Kasper on farmers-market manners. The primary subject, really, is dogs, although other commonly voiced annoyances are acknowledged. I know this is a hot-button topic, and I know some people are more......
  • Windstorm recalls 1973 tornado blocks away

     
    News of the violent windstorm that struck neighborhoods in northeast Baltimore and Parkville early Wednesday caught the eye of Mark Adams, who recalled a similar storm that struck just a few blocks away in June 1973. Here's Mark:"I lived with......
  • Ask Outdoors Girl: Are Maryland state parks now more welcoming to pets?

    Steve Shinnamon and several other readers of my Outdoors Girl blog noticed that I went hiking during Park Quest 24/7 (my marathon visit of 24 state parks in seven days) with a wonderful companion, Missy, an 11-year-old dog and her owner. Shinnamon, who...