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  • Crime Log: Starbucks in Mount Washington robbed at gunpoint

    Buchannan Avenue 4400 block at 5 p.m. May 31. Red and white, 2007 Honda MC with no tags stolen. West Cold Spring Lane 200 block, between 3:40 and 5 p.m. May 31. Pocketbook, credit cards, license, cash, library card stolen from vehicle. Evesham Avenue...
  • Owings Mills: PTA honors teachers Russell, Wasserman of Owings Mills High

    The school year has ended and students and teachers alike are looking forward to a relaxing, fun-filled summer. There is special recognition, however, for two teachers at Owings Mills High School who received awards from the PTA Council of Baltimore...
  • Baltimore police investigate four shootings, one downtown

    Two girls and a man were shot in the 2200 block of Annapolis Avenue in the Westport neighborhood shortly before 6 p.m. Monday — adding a triple shooting to three other shootings police were investigating since Sunday night. The two girls had "graze...
  • Horse show features young riders with disabilities

    Horse show features young riders with disabilities
    Six-year-old Molly Appold has a hard time performing at horse shows. Carey Appold, of Catonsville, said her daughter, who has been diagnosed with autism, could spend a year preparing for a show, but when she knows there's an audience, she calls off her...
  • Three shot, including one in downtown robbery

    Three shot, including one in downtown robbery
    A man who walked in to Maryland Shock Trauma Center with a gunshot wound to his left arm told police he was shot after being robbed of jewelry, a watch and an iPad as he walked out of an eatery early Monday in the city’s downtown. The victim had...
  • Facebook considering lower age restrictions

    Facebook considering lower age restrictions
    The folks at Facebook are thinking about lowering the age restrictions on the site to allow tweens. Officially, the site is closed to those under age 13, but many kids lie about their age to get in. My tween tried it and was kicked off the site. I'm not...
  • Microsoft's iPad competitor, Surface, is coming

    Microsoft's iPad competitor, Surface, is coming
    Microsoft on Monday unveiled a nice looking tablet computer called Surface, or rather, a pair of devices that are targeting the tablet market currently dominated by Apple and Android. Surface looks pretty cool. I like the thin tactile keyboard that...
  • Microsoft unveils 'Surface,' a new challenger to the iPad

    Microsoft unveils 'Surface,' a new challenger to the iPad
    Microsoft wanted a tablet done right, so the company figured it’d give it a try. CEO Steve Ballmer announced the Microsoft “Surface” family of tablet devices Monday in Los Angeles, a move that sends a clear warning shot across the Apple...
  • 'Flow' app is an artful Sudoku substitute for the visual brain

    'Flow' app is an artful Sudoku substitute for the visual brain
    "Flow" iOS Free/$.99 ad-free version Big Duck Games Rating: 4 out of 4 When you first open "Flow," you are not treated to the typical one- or two-screen tutorial that seems to be standard with iOS games. Instead, it's a bit like the film "Inception."...
  • Duff Goldman goes beyond TV in latest foodie media venture

    Duff Goldman goes beyond TV in latest foodie media venture
    From Baron Ambrosia dueling with John Waters on the Cooking Channel on Friday, to Adam Richman featuring Faidley's crab cake sandwich this week on the Travel Channel, Baltimore has been getting its share of foodie TV lately. But it looks to be mere...
  • Lights out, game over: Alternatives for the gamer without power

    Lights out, game over: Alternatives for the gamer without power
    This past weekend, nature reminded us who is really in charge of this spherical rock. As heavy storms blasted the eastern seaboard, hundreds of thousands were left without power for days on end. As of this morning many still do not have command of their...
  • Residents use library to charge electronics as outages continue

    Sitting on the floor of Catonsville Library with an iPad, laptop and cell phone charging around her, Angie Howard summed up the feelings of many who have been without power since a violent storm hit this weekend. "Stinks," the Catonsville resident said...