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  • The Front Burner: Stuff your fish for Friday Fish Night

    Many of us grew up in the Friday night is Fish Night tradition. At our house on the North Shore of Boston, Fish Night could include cod fish cakes, creamed salmon on toast (aka Salmon Wiggle) or, most often, simply fried fish fillets. Not batter involved....
  • Fencing keeps Parkinson's patient on guard

    Fencing keeps Parkinson's patient on guard
    Deb Bergstrom started fencing after her daughter became interested in the sport several years ago. When her daughter left home for college, Bergstrom continued in the sport she describes as "physical chess." "It's a lot of fun," she said. "I'm going to...
  • Lansdowne Improvement Association receives grant from CSX

    Plans by the Lansdowne Improvement Association to beautify the area along Hammonds Ferry Road got a boost Monday when the group received a grant from CSX, whose tracks run parallel to the road. Del. James Malone, who represents District 12A which...
  • O'Malley, USFA team up for Arson Awareness Week

    Governor Martin O'Malley, along with the Office of the State Fire Marshal and the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), have teamed up this year to promote arson awareness around Maryland. This week - May 6 through 12 - has been designated National Arson...
  • Boys lacrosse: Friends falls in B Conference final

    Boys lacrosse: Friends falls in B Conference final
    Having dug itself an 8-1 hole — make that a giant crater — in the first half of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference title game Friday night at Johnny Unitas Stadium, Friends faced a crossroads. The Quakers then...
  • Great performance, disappointing turnout for 'Romeo and Juliet'

    Annapolis Opera's fully staged production of Charles Gounod's "Romeo and Juliet" at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts last weekend proved a triumph to close the season. My only complaint when I attended Friday evening was the number of empty seats....
  • 'Real World D.C.': Picture of success? Not quite

     
    Same night, same guest blogger: Lindsay Diokno recaps another episode of "The Real World D.C."Last night's episode was good for many reasons -- Callie and Mike got camera time with some interesting story lines; Andrew was infinitely more tolerable...
  • 30 winters of plowing snow and glad of it

    30 winters of plowing snow and glad of it
    Manipulating the joystick, Dereck Hopkins coaxes the plow blade up, then throws the truck into reverse, leaving a banked mountain of snow on Peach Leaf Court in Odenton. The Anne Arundel County Public Works employee takes four more runs at the snow there...
  • Syrian fencer enjoys cut and thrust of Youth Games

    NANJING China (Reuters) - Syrian fencer Mohammad Shaheen has cut a lonely figure at the Youth Olympic Games. With no coach to talk tactics with, or fencing team mates to lift his spirits, Shaheen lost all of his epee bouts and made an early exit from...
  • Sirico one of top female fencers in U.S.

    Gold, Junior Women's Epee, North American Cup - Cleveland. Gold, Senior Team Women's Epee, North American Cup - Cleveland. Silver, Team Epee, Junior World Championships - Plovdiv, Bulgaria. These medal-winning accomplishments are just three examples of...
  • Fencing: Harvard-Westlake's Justin Yoo gets silver and bronze at World Championships

     Justin Yoo, a junior at Harvard-Westlake, won a silver medal in cadet and a bronze medal in Junior epee at the men's fencing World Championships last week in Bulgaria. He's the first U.S. fencer to win individual medals at both the Junior and Cadet...
  • News Of The Weird: White Separatist Turns Out To Be Black

    News Of The Weird: White Separatist Turns Out To Be Black
    Family Of Man The Marvels of Science: The notorious white separatist Craig Cobb is currently soliciting like-skinned people to move to his tiny town of Leith, N.D. (pop. 16), to create a deluxe Caucasian enclave, but at the urging of a black TV host...