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  • Artscape 2011: Map, highlights, FAQ

    This free festival, which takes place on Mount Royal Avenue and North Charles Street, is one of America's largest celebration of the arts. Expect tons of arts and crafts, dozens of live music performances and several other performing and visual arts...
  • Assembly's car transaction fee a clunker

    Marylanders should thank The Sun for revealing the General Assembly's deficient thought process to increase tax revenue by redefining costs for buying cars ("Budget strikes a few deals for some," April 18). Unfortunately, our representatives use methods...
  • Electric cars pack plenty of appeal

    Cheryl Jensen's article ("Electric cars: Are we there yet?" April 19) paints a good picture of the electric car revolution, but unfortunately, like most other reviewers, she is looking through oil-soaked glasses. Many of the article's comparisons seem...
  • Lennar's Plantation Lakes Provides Affordable Option for Second Home

    Lennar's Plantation Lakes Provides Affordable Option for Second Home
    ADVERTORIAL CONTENT Located just minutes from Delaware’s pristine Delmarva beaches, Lennar’s Plantation Lakes in Millsboro is the perfect community for Mid-Atlantic city dwellers looking for a tranquil retreat.  Just a two and a half hour...
  • Crack the crab at the annual Mullinix corn maze

    Looking for some fall fun? The Mullinix corn maze on Carrs Mill Road (across from Western Regional Park) is open for business weekends through Oct. 30. This is the second year for the fun maze, which covers a 10-acre cornfield and is shaped like a crab....
  • Give cleaner cars a boost in Washington

    Clean car technology and infrastructure ("Annapolis electric-vehicle charging business grows," Oct. 5) brings benefits to local businesses. Cleaner cars help our economy and our environment and mean consumer savings at the pump as more fuel efficient...
  • Grape Expectations

    Grape Expectations
    Bert and Lynne Basignani spend plenty of weekends attending wine festivals where they offer samples and sales of red and white wine from their Sparks winery. And ever since 1999, they've made the Hereford Fall Festival one of their "must" events. The...
  • Harford bridge plan draws community's ire

    A plan to widen or replace a one-lane bridge on Hess Road in a rural corner of western Harford County drew a mostly hostile reaction from the 60 people who attended a hearing on the project Tuesday evening. The hearing at a Fallston community center was...
  • Why not do what they do in Bogota, and have a ciclovia every Sunday?

    Happily, ciclovias have become a seasonal occurrence in Roland Park. Ciclovia IV happens on Sunday, October 23, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., from Northern Parkway to Cold Spring Lane. Southbound Roland Avenue will be closed to cars, so half of that boulevard, the...
  • Efficiency is the key to lowering fuel costs

    A recent article ("Demand, not speculation, cited for rising oil prices," May 8) underscored the need to build cars and trucks that guzzle less gas. In the coming months, President Obama has an opportunity to break our oil dependence, save Marylanders...
  • Flooding rivers there mean higher prices here

    Flooding rivers there mean higher prices here
    Whether or not one agrees with the logic of dynamiting levees and opening spillways to sacrifice small towns in order to save downstream cities, the flooding of the Mississippi River area is a noteworthy economic phenomenon. The U.S. Army Corps of...
  • What if green products make us pollute more?

    What if green products make us pollute more?
    What if "green" cars made pollution worse, not better? What if they increased greenhouse gas emissions instead of decreasing them? Preposterous, you say? Well, consider what's happened in Sweden. Through generous subsidies, Sweden aggressively pushed its...