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Heroic Rescue Bright Spot in Ellicott City’s Tragic & Historic Flooding

0 Written by: | Monday, Aug 01, 2016 8:42am

Photo via @NEWeatherWx

Photo via @NEWeatherWx

A historic flash flood tore through Ellicott City over the weekend, a once-in-a-thousand-years kind of weather event that left two dead. The toll might’ve been worse, though, if not for the heroic intervention of a group of bystanders. Read More →

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Open House – Monday, June 27th 4 – 6 pm Ellicott City Home on Premier Lot

0 Written by: | Saturday, Jul 25, 2015 3:00pm

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Open House – Monday, July 27th from 4-6pm at 4110 Hogg Court, Ellicott City, MD. http://bit.ly/1emqiY2 – Gorgeous 5 bedroom home on premier lot – move in ready. Located on quiet cul-de-sac, private flagstone patio backs to woods. Center hall 9′ ceilings, extensive molding, main level office, gourmet kitchen with granite counters, upgraded cabinets. Huge master suite with 2 walk-ins. 4 full baths. Contact Abby Cobb – Keller Williams Excellence at 443-366-5006 – Pam Vroman from DML will be available for mortgage questions: pvroman@directmortgageloans.com
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City, County, Country & Island – The Whit Harvey Group has the Home You’re Looking For

0 Written by: | Thursday, Jun 11, 2015 10:00am

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Columbia Pub Owners to Open Microbrewery on Their Farm

0 Written by: | Monday, Dec 22, 2014 3:46pm

There's beer in there (via Howard County)

There’s beer in there (via Howard County)

The Marriners are set to head down on the farm, and brew some beer. Read More →

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An Old Stone River House In Historic Ellicott City: Walk To Downtown, Kayak from Front Door

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Dec 02, 2014 12:24pm

Hot House: 1213 Oella Avenue, Ellicott City, MD 21043

 

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Stone mill workers’ house (originally two houses), circa 1807, completely and recently restored. Three bedrooms, 3.5 baths over 2,596 sq. ft. New and replacement windows with river views, 9 foot ceilings, original hardwood floors, exposed stone walls, loft entry foyer, chef’s kitchen with custom cabinets, breakfast nook, and granite counters, family room with gas fireplace, all new bathrooms, two zone heat and central air, exterior balcony, courtyard w/ picket fence, large finished basement: $685,000 Read More →

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Meet the Baltimore Barbie(s)

5 Written by: | Monday, Dec 02, 2013 9:44am

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Let’s start right off with a warning. If you’re not partial to broad stereotypes, this probably isn’t for you. A list of (fake) Barbie dolls representing many corners of the city, from Roland Park to Glen Burnie, has been circulating on the internet recently. Each Barbie comes with her own accessories and a more-or-less on point description. Take the Roland Park Barbie, pictured above:

“This princess Barbie is sold only at Cross Keys. She comes with an assortment of Kate Spade Handbags, a Lexus SUV, a long-haired foreign dog named Honey and a cookie-cutter house. Available with or without tummy tuck and face lift. Workaholic Ken sold only in conjunction with the augmented version.”
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Ellicott City’s Enchanted Forest Commemorated in New Book

0 Written by: | Monday, Aug 12, 2013 10:37am

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Despite shutting down more than 20 years ago, Ellicott City’s Enchanted Forest theme park inspires rabid nostalgia among locals, even those with nothing but distant childhood memories of the place. Seriously, I try to avoid driving past that Safeway with the king pointing his finger when I’ve got a native in the car.

A new book about the low-tech, nursery-rhyme-themed attraction, The Enchanted Forest: Memories of Maryland’s Storybook Park, is sure to fuel even more in the way of pleasant reminiscences and bitter longing.  Read More →

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Four Llamas, 30 Cats, 16 Alpacas, and a Peacock: Ellicott City Farm Family Lives Happily off Their Land

0 Written by: | Friday, Jun 14, 2013 8:32am

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“I may smell like pig!” Alison Martini Meyer tells me, laughing, when I’m moved to hug her goodbye after a visit to her vet clinic in Silver Spring. At her generous invitation, I’ve transported a sick and dizzy and can’t-walk rescue kitten from a shelter in Baltimore. “We’ll keep him here and run tests,” she says calmly, walking quickly through the clinic in jeans and flats. The pretty brunette 40-something works here half the week and spends other weekdays at home on the nearby range of western Howard County tending land and animal and little child. Her loaded life’s super inspiring to an animal lover like me, who wants to help critters in need but does so only in small doses. Read More →

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Victims Tweeted Before Crash, UPDATE: Death Caused by Asphyxia

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Aug 22, 2012 4:40pm

“Levitating,” Rose Mayr tweeted before the crash. The picture shows the girls’ feet dangling over the bridge.

The two college students who were tragically killed in the train derailment in Ellicott City late Monday night left tweets from the bridge over Main Street where they were before the crash.  Rose Mayr and Elizabeth Nass, both 19-year-old college students and 2010 graduates of Mt. Hebron High, were enjoying a summer evening on the bridge.

“Drinking on top of the Ellicott City sign,” Nass tweeted before the crash. Read More →

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Subway Tests New Fake Meat Sandwiches on Baltimore

0 Written by: | Thursday, Jul 12, 2012 10:00am

I’ve been a vegetarian for around a decade and a half now, and during that time I’ve probably eaten at a Subway fewer times than I can count on one hand. Every time, it’s the same:  I’ll get tempted by the wafting smell of fresh-baked bread (do they pump that scent through the vents on purpose?!),  then remember that the Veggie Delight sub is 80% limp iceberg lettuce.

But, my vegetarian/vegan/adventurous-palated brethren, weep now longer: Subway has decided to try and corner the vegan corner of the fast food market, and they’re testing their new fake-meat offerings in the DC/Maryland/Virginia area. So if you’re ethically opposed to eating animals but your mouth still waters at the idea of a Sweet Riblet on Roasted Garlic Bread, you’re in luck.

The three new vegan options — the Sweet Riblet, the Malibu Greek, and the Italian Black Bean sub — are so far available only at a few test locations (listed below). DCist ventured out for a sample, and has both positive (“I had no problem wolfing down” the Sweet Riblet) and negative (“the ribs emerge from a vacuum-sealed pouch that’s quickly microwaved before being unceremoniously plopped on your choice of bread”) things to say. We’re reserving our judgment until we get a taste of our own.
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