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An article in the July 15, 1911 edition of The Argus lauded an event in honor of the local volunteer firefighters. A lawn fete is being held on the Misses Carters' lot on Ingleside avenue, under the auspices of the Catonsville Volunteer Hose Company. The...
The Baltimore SunOcean City is one of the best boardwalks in the nation, according to National Geographic's latest list of the Top 10 U.S. boardwalks. The travel magazine ranked Ocean City No. 4, behind Myrtle Beach, Coney Island and Atlantic City, which took the top...
Gunfire. Skullduggery. Bones in the attic. The story behind the story of the Preakness trophy reads like a great Southern novel. The Woodlawn Vase has its roots in pre-Civil War Kentucky. It was even buried there to keep it from falling into the wrong...
Dining@LargeI was thinking of doing a post asking everyone to tell us how you're celebrating the Fourth. But frankly, I don't think yours could compete with guest poster Bucky's. EL Tomorrow is Independence Day, and this year we will engage......
Dining@LargeRemember that nice family from Kansas looking for a casual seafood place where they could eat during their spring-break visit to Baltimore?Well, they took the advice of some Dining@Large posters and went to -- drumroll, please -- Lexington Market.I know.....
Tags: Lexington Market, Coconut, Family, Hot Dogs, Seafood
Sun ReporterToday we begin a weekly series by reporter John Woestendiek that portrays the people, places and rituals that define summer at the beach. Maybe you met your true love on it, or perhaps a false one. Maybe you rode your first Ferris wheel, drank your first...
Special To The SunWhat do George Washington and Elvis have in common with the C&O Canal and the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad? This weekend, they all come together in Cumberland. The Western Maryland city - home to the canal and the railroad and once George...
Tags: Ohio River, Family, Maryland, Trips and Vacations, History
Sun StaffThe vital artery that brings Ocean City to life is a wooden Boardwalk that traces 2 1/2 miles of Atlantic Ocean beach, ushering throngs of vacationers past an array of T-shirts, treats and amusements. It is home to joggers and bikers, to sun...
Chicago TribuneGARY, Ind. - The marquee of the old and shuttered Palace Theater, on the corner of 8th Avenue and Broadway, speaks volumes. The letters once spelled out, "Jackson Five Tonite," the result of brainstorming from a publicist trying to link the steel city'...
The Philadelphia InquirerThe first graders in Jill Turley's class at Joyce Kilmer Elementary School in Cherry Hill love to write letters to their principal. They share goals such as "I want to be a teacher" and observations such as, "You and I have the same haircut." Turley...
Richard Snow will be signing copies of his new book, "I Invented the Modern Age: The Rise of Henry Ford," from 6-7 p.m. Wednesday, May 22, at McLean & Eakin, Booksellers in Petoskey. Snow weaves together a narrative of Ford's rise to fame -- as well as...
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