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Santa's everywhere, even brunch, this holiday season

Santa's everywhere, even brunch, this holiday season

Santa Claus is coming to town! He made a special guest appearance in my neighborhood, Gray Rock Farm, last weekend. His sled was accompanied by a group of fire trucks and made quite an impressive sight. Santa is also going to be at the Bethany United Methodist Church, at 2875 Bethany Lane, for...

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  • Ruppersberger: Farm Bill vote broke my heart

    Ruppersberger: Farm Bill vote broke my heart

    There are tough votes, and then there are votes that break your heart. My vote yesterday in support of a procedural rule to advance what’s known as the Farm Bill was one that broke my heart. That’s because members of the Republican Party’s most conservative wing — with the approval of House Speaker...

  • GBC head: Baltmore County Council should approve Tradepoint Atlantic funding proposal

    GBC head: Baltmore County Council should approve Tradepoint Atlantic funding proposal

    A proposal before the Baltimore County Council that will provide for the expedited construction of infrastructure at Tradepoint Atlantic, the former site of the old Bethlehem Steel plant in Sparrows Point, is a prime example of private industry collaborating with government to devise a sensible...

  • Goldberg: Law vs. morality in the Trump campaign-finance flap

    Goldberg: Law vs. morality in the Trump campaign-finance flap

    Let's imagine that President Donald Trump gave a White House news conference in the nude. "As you can see," he might say, paraphrasing the semi-apocryphal quip Winston Churchill made when FDR accidentally encountered him emerging from a hot bath in the White House, disrobed, "I have nothing to...

  • How Congress might still break the internet

    How Congress might still break the internet

    Civil liberties activists long warned that the federal government must adopt “net neutrality” requirements that prevent broadband companies from charging websites for prioritized access to their lines or risk the loss of freedom and openness online. Yet, the Federal Communications Commission repealed...

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  • Robin Wright gets a SAG Award nod for 'House of Cards'

    Robin Wright gets a SAG Award nod for 'House of Cards'

    Robin Wright’s final stint on “House of Cards” is getting some love from her fellow actors. Wright’s performance as U.S. President Claire Underwood, in a final season that saw the veteran actor pushed to the front of the show after Kevin Spacey was fired following allegations of sexual abuse, has...

  • 'The Importance of Being Earnest's' gay code explained

    'The Importance of Being Earnest's' gay code explained

    Like oppressed minorities throughout the centuries, gay Victorians used a coded language to communicate privately with another, a code designed to be undetectable by members of mainstream society. In the hands of the sophisticated and witty Irish playwright Oscar Wilde, that secret cipher became...

  • Conrad's Seafood of Perry Hall seeks to open restaurant at Boulevard at Box Hill in Abingdon

    Conrad's Seafood of Perry Hall seeks to open restaurant at Boulevard at Box Hill in Abingdon

    When Chris Conrad moved back to Maryland from the West Coast two years ago, he asked his brother where people in Harford County go to eat seafood. “They come to our place,” said Anthony Conrad, who founded Conrad’s Seafood Restaurant in Perry Hall with his wife, Andrea. What if they don’t want...

  • DVD rental store Beyond Video to open in Baltimore Friday

    DVD rental store Beyond Video to open in Baltimore Friday

    Baltimore will be getting back into the movie rental game this weekend. Beyond Video, a non-profit movie-rental store that’s been years in the making, will have its “soft opening” on Friday, organizers announced on their Facebook page this week. The non-profit, housed in a former record store on...

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