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For 10-year-old Jacob Krause, getting ready for the new school year wasn't a simple matter of back-to-school shopping. It also involved working out logistics for getting to the bathroom as many as 20 times during a single school day. The Clarksville...
Dining@LargeI just received this press release from the MD Direct Wine Shipping Advocates.Take a look:Carrying the most sponsors of any bills introduced this session, Senator Jamie Raskin and Delegate Jolene Ivey have submitted legislation to allow direct shipping of...
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Dining@LargeNow you decide you don't want to cook after all, and you're looking for a restaurant open Thanksgiving day. I did my best for you with this list of Top 10 Restaurants for Thanksgiving Dinner, but it wasn't easy. First......
Tags: Turkey, Cranberry Sauce, Cranberries, Salads, Stevensville
Reality CheckMy colleague David Zurawik reports that Baltimore is just nuts for American Idol this season:From 8 to 10 p.m., "Idol" had an average audience of 156,000 adults ages 25 to 54 years-of-age. On WJZ, "NCIS and "NCIS/LA" averaged 66,000......
A 10th person in Maryland has died of swine flu, state health officials said Tuesday. The person, an adult from Western Maryland, had underlying health problems. As with other deaths related to the H1N1 virus, officials would not release further details....
Tags: Vaccines, Maryland, Death, Swine Flu, Preventative Medicine
Maryland WeatherThe Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene announced two more heat-related deaths on Wednesday, as the total number of fatalities for the summer rises to 8. From the health department: "The latest reported hyperthermia-related fatalities are...
Kevin Stranen left his home in Philadelphia at 5 a.m. Monday eager to make it to Baltimore to roll up his sleeve for the University of Maryland's swine flu vaccine trial. The biochemist and seasoned vaccine volunteer jumped at the chance to participate...
Baltimore Sun reporterThe first shipments of swine flu vaccine should start arriving in Maryland by Tuesday, but the initial batch will be so limited that the doses will be offered mainly to health care workers in hospitals and clinics, state health officials say. The state...
Baltimore Sun reportersAs Maryland's hospitals brace for the worst that the swine flu pandemic could offer, they are making big changes in the way they handle visitors - restricting children, limiting certain adult visitors and issuing face masks at entrances - in an effort...
Special to the SunSiesta Key is for snobs. Sand snobs, that is. The sand of Siesta Beach is soft and smooth, like velvet beneath your toes, silk between your fingers. It stretches out in an expanse of white lapped by turquoise water, and even on warm days the sand is...
Sun StaffElmo, the furry red star of Sesame Street, may be eternally 3 years old, but the Philadelphia-area amusement park that puts the monster and his pals center stage turns 25 this year, with a season of events and offers to make it worth the trip. Sesame...
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