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Philadelphia Running of the Santas Dress up as St. Nick and enjoy a day of holiday festivities. Get things started early with a pub crawl featuring $2 beers at several local venues. Then head to Finnigan's Wake to participate in the "Hottest Santa"...
At half past noon on New Year's Eve, slivers of yellow confetti littered the main lobby of the Maryland Science Center, where employees worked to sweep them up. There, the ball had already dropped — long before the stroke of midnight which, for...
New York City has its descending ball. Miami Beach has its giant orange. And Princess Anne has its stuffed muskrat. At midnight Saturday, the town of 2,400 people in Somerset County will become the latest in a line of Maryland communities — and...
New York City deals heat up as season cools down As families head home after the holidays and children return to school, New York City is on sale for travelers willing to brave the cold temperatures in exchange for lower prices. New York's first-ever...
The holiday season is upon us. Why stay in this Christmas when there's so much to do? Quit roasting chestnuts and get old Jack Frost off your nose. Bundle up, pack your overnight bag and take a quick trip. We've found some of the best places in and around...
The County Council voted unanimously on Monday to pass a revision of a bill that expands signage on the Towson City Center development on York Road at the Towson roundabout. The initial bill had been proposed and passed at the request of 5th District...
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At the stroke of midnight New Year's Day in downtown Westminster, nothing dropped. Not a brightly lit ball, or anything, for that matter. As the crowd shouted in unison, "five, four, three, two, one; Happy New Year," a large American flag was raised...
I was appalled by the Islamophobia on parade at the first major Republican debate in New Hampshire on Monday night. Herman Cain, the Godfather's Pizza Mogul, made a spectacle of himself by denying that he ever said he wouldn't appoint a Muslim to his...
I'm deeply troubled by the violence at the Inner Harbor on July 4 ("Inner Harbor Fireworks," July 6). I've lived in Locust Point, the safest part of Baltimore, for the last four years after moving here from northern New Jersey. On July 4, my husband and I...
Most of us have packed away the holiday decorations, but there's at least one more excuse to celebrate the season. Howard County's first all-professional chamber orchestra, the Orchestra of St. John's, is performing a Viennese New Year's Celebration on...
Tags: Music Industry, Culture, New Year's Day, Anglicanism, Music
A Woodlawn man watches online videos of Osama bin Laden, posts about jihad on his Facebook page, and — according to federal prosecutors — agrees to a plot to detonate a bomb at a military recruiting center in Catonsville. An Ellicott City...
Share your good news and events with the community. Contact Laurel Leader editorial assistant Pat Farmer, email@example.com, or phone and fax 410-332-6653. First Friday variety dance — Fri., Nov. 4, 7:30-10:30 p.m., Laurel-Beltsville Senior...
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