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Named for its two dominant old features, the Union Square-Hollins Market Historic District is known for the shady park across the street from H.L. Mencken's home as well as the oldest public market building in Baltimore that is still in use. These days,...
Sun reporterNamed after John Hampden, a key figure in the English revolution of the 17th century, Hampden began as a cluster of houses for workers who manned the flour and cotton mills in the Jones Falls stream valley during the early 1800s. Today, the historic...
Sun reporterAt Three Brothers shopping plaza in West Baltimore, residents buy groceries, tools, wine, bus passes, socks, cherry slushes and wedding rings. They get their cars washed, or wash their laundry. They cash Social Security checks, pay utility bills and get...
Dining@LargeAll my guest posters this week are picking subjects I wish I had thought of first. My grocery lists are always models of decorum. The problem is that I don't want anyone I know to see what's actually in my......
Dining@LargeAfter some very pretty compliments for you ('I...admire how attentive and creative your commenters are'), a Sun staffer sent me the following request. Sounds like she could use some help: .........
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMary Bullard has a sort of love-hate relationship with Ross Dress for Less. She doesn't like the stores because they have narrow aisles, long lines and "way too much stuff." But all that isn't enough to keep her away: The Corona, Calif., resident...
The Wall Street JournalDepartment stores and shopping malls long have enjoyed a holiday advantage: Santa Claus. The same parents who bought toys at Wal-Mart would take the kids to Macy's to sit on Santa's lap and have their picture taken. This year, though, they won't have to...
Sun StaffThe crack of gunfire at dawn brought home a chilling truth yesterday for Montgomery County residents: The sniper's route of terror had come full circle as he returned to this affluent suburban community. "We were just starting to feel a little better...
The Wall Street JournalWhen two Wal-Mart Supercenters and a rival regional grocery opened near a Kroger Co. supermarket in Houston last year, the Kroger's sales dropped 10 percent. Store manager Ben Bustos moved quickly to slash some prices and cut labor costs, for example, by...
Tags: Feta Cheese, Maryland, Pikesville, Labor Markets, Death
Sun StaffThe beer is cold and so is the guacamole when the snapper hits the grill. For hours, several whole fish have marinated in a chile-and-garlic seasoning, a specialty of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. Now, they will be briefly charred and then wrapped in...
Tags: Limes, Metal and Mineral, George Hirsch, Tomatoes, Tortillas
Sun StaffDelaware officials said they found no new cases of the potentially devastating avian influenza yesterday - but that was little comfort to farmers in the poultry-intensive Delmarva peninsula, who are isolating themselves in an effort to keep their...
Tags: Maryland, Death, Sussex County (Delaware), Employees, Family
Special To The SunJim Petnic discovered Joppatowne during the mid-1960s while working as a project manager for the community's original developer, J. Leon Panitz. Deciding the area would be a good place to raise his family, Petnic purchased one of the original L-shaped...
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