- Garden Q&A with the University of Maryland Extension's Ellen Nibali on controlling foraging deer and how to cover raised gardens in the winter.
- For Black Marylanders, sauerkraut has become an unlikely side dish during holiday meals, despite its German origins.
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- In a step to acknowledge and honor the enslaved people who once lived on its land, St. Mary's College of Maryland will dedicate a memorial Saturday. The wood-and-glass structure resembles slave quarters and is one of a handful of monuments to enslaved people across the country.
- Almost 90% of Marylanders are planning to stay home for Thanksgiving, according to a survey released Thursday by AAA.
- Fully renovated brick Colonial near Sherwood Gardens with an outdoor pool, patio, fireplace, smart appliances and detached garage. Even the pantry is stunning.
- Is pumpkin pie a “vile pretender” of a dessert, whose flavor profile hinges upon the spices strewn about the innards of a dissected gourd? Or is it a mouth-watering delicacy that couldn’t possibly be delivered via mail, lest it be gnawed at by “rascally postmasters” and arrive half-eaten?
- Though this compound includes two homes and a caretaker’s cottage, the real star of Samson’s Harbor Farm is the land: one mile of Patuxent River waterfront in St. Mary’s County that includes a private sanctuary for geese, doves and ducks.
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- Ting Tai, a 21-year-old Ellicott City resident, is one of 11 people featured in a new Calvin Klein advertising campaign.
- The late author Tom Clancy’s former penthouse in Baltimore is headed to the auction block, with no reserve price. Located in the luxury Ritz-Carlton Residences, the oversize penthouse is a combination of three units that the Baltimore native and his wife purchased for $12.6 million in 2009.
- Cathy Hughes of Pasadena has built Urban One Inc., formerly known as Radio One, an African American-owned diversified media corporation that says it reaches 82% of Black people in the United States.
- Garden Q&A with the University of Maryland Extension's Ellen Nibali on flashy tupelo trees and invasive Asian honeysuckle.