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  • Engaged: Sarah Friedman and Joshua Wilen

    Engaged: Sarah Friedman and Joshua Wilen
    Wedding Day: June 24, 2012 Her story: Sarah Friedman, 31, grew up in Baltimore. Her father, Lou Friedman, heads up Lou Friedman & Co., an Owings Mills accounting and financial services firm. Her mother, Paula Friedman, is a cardiac nurse at Sinai...
  • Anti-consumerism backlash loud, but inaudible over Black Thursday buzz

    The fella who launched the petition to "save Thanksgiving" by trying to stop Target's midnight opening on Black Friday probably felt pretty good about his feel-good measure, which, ultimately, is what the petition amounted to. As it turns out, rallying...
  • Time will fix it

    "Time heals all wounds," as they, the cliched voices, say. That is seemingly the same philosophy they — as in the designers, planners and leaders of the Maryland Transportation Authority – have taken toward a bit of goofiness in the recently...
  • Final defendant pleads guilty in $20M pawn shop scheme

    The 16th and final defendant in a scheme to resell $20 million in stolen goods at Maryland pawn shops pleaded guilty Wednesday, prosecutors said. William Cooper Jr., 38, admitted he took part in a conspiracy to transport goods — such as non-...
  • Winners at the 18th annual Edible Art show

    Winners at the 18th annual Edible Art show
    The awards for the 18th annual Edible Art competition included a $100 gift card to Target for the People's Choice winner and $75 gift cards to Target for the winners in the High School/Community division. Winners of the Middle School and Elementary School...
  • In the community, but not of the community

    When you go out to buy some shampoo, a lamp, light bulbs, a new TV, shoes, or some other basic necessity for your house or yourself, where do you usually go? Chances are pretty good you will go to a large, national retailer like Target, Walmart, Home...
  • New owners ready to take over Ivy Bookshop

    New owners ready to take over Ivy Bookshop
    Don't call the Ivy Bookshop's new owners New Yorkers. Sure, Ed Berlin and his wife Ann have lived in the orbit of Manhattan for more than three decades, working in corporate careers. But they insist they love Baltimore — Ed was raised in Forest...
  • Returns, bargains bring out the post-Christmas rush

    Returns, bargains bring out the post-Christmas rush
    Santa Claus had left the building, but the Stratemeyer family of Dundalk was picking up where he left off Monday morning, planning a day of many stops to return or exchange bags of items that weren't quite right. This visit to Towson Town Center was...
  • 2 supermarket chains to begin contract talks with union

    The union that represents 17,000 workers at the region's two largest supermarket chains is embracing the "occupy" movement as it begins contract talks Wednesday. Anticipating difficult bargaining with Safeway and Giant Foods, the union has launched a...
  • Police Blotter

    Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Latoya Sharie Epps, 26, who has addresses in the 500 block of Plaza Court and the 300 block of Mayberry Drive, was arrested on a bench warrant Tuesday in a case in which she...
  • Consumers are starting to flex their newfound muscle

    Stef Gray recently delivered a petition to Sallie Mae's Washington office, asking the giant private lender to eliminate a fee that unemployed college graduates must pay to suspend payments until they find a job. The 23-year-old New Yorker's online...
  • Robert McClintock's computer-aided artwork clicks with the public

    Robert McClintock's computer-aided artwork clicks with the public
    This summer, the Baltimore artist Robert McClintock can see one of his brightly colored original prints hanging in the prestigious Smithsonian Institution. He just can't get into Artscape. The 54-year-old McClintock is one of Baltimore's most popular &#...