Howard County authorities charged the president of the Rams Head Group with videotaping women in the bathroom at one of the company’s nightlife properties. Read More →
With Wes Moore, biography only tells part of the story. Read More →
Towson High School senior and practicing Muslim Amara Majeed told the Baltimore Sun that, she “can’t watch the news without feeling criminalized and misinterpreted.” Read More →
Michael Phelps is officially off the market. Read More →
If you have been thinking about just starting to blog in-depth about the Serial podcast (if so, where have you been?) and you also happen to be a woman, brace yourself for some gender-based backlash from the Internet’s anonymous creep brigade. Read More →
What It Is: Tickets to the 4th Annual Rye’s Up Against Cystic Fibrosis Charitable Gala. The event benefits the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Maryland and will be held next Sunday (March 1st) at B&O American Brasserie. It’s a project of the Baltimore Bartenders Guild, and all of the guild’s members will be on hand mixing their individual Bulleit & Dickel Rye elixirs for you all night long. Local restaurants and caterers such as B&O, Ten Ten, and Dooby’s will also be on hand, of course, with bites to compliment your drinks. Add to that some live jazz and blues, a silent auction, and some local beer by Union Craft Brew, and you’ve got a perfect evening. You know we’re big on giving the gift of an experience or night out. Trust us– though the event is ephemeral, the memory of a great time leaves a long lasting impression. And this is one event that can’t fail. Tickets available online. $65. Read More →
With the bitter cold week we’ve had in this area, and more bitter temperatures expected next week, we struggle to keep warm. Our furnaces run 24 hours a day attempting to keep the house warm, and so we thought we’d share some elegant tips to keep you warm without cranking up the heat too much.
In nearly every shelter magazine, you can amuse yourself by playing “spot the blanket.” Photo editors love casually throwing a blanket across the end of the bed, tossing one over the arm of a sofa or stacking them unrealistically and artfully next to vintage books.
Nothing’s better than wrapping yourself in a cozy blanket and taking a brief nap, reading a great book or watching this weekend’s upcoming Oscars. For bitter cold days like these, we love a heavy alpaca or cashmere blanket. If you take good care of them, they will last for years and become a treasured possession. Read More →
Oh baby, it’s cold outside! But in these darkest winter weeks, if you need motivation to bundle up and get out of the house, Baltimore shops have got you covered. Around the city, sales and trunk shows featuring everything from furniture to dresses will warm you right up.
This column, That Nature Show, is about the nature right under your nose: in our backyards, playgrounds and parks! Stop and look around, you’ll be amazed at what surrounds you.
Husb. needed to have a head and lower extremities CT scan in preparation for a MAJOR surgery to remove an ameloblastoma from his jaw, in which over the course of TEN hours at the end of March TWO TEAMS of SPECIALTY surgeons (caps, mine) will replace the excised tumorous jaw bone with good bone HARVESTED from his fibula. The purpose of today’s visit is to decide which fibula looks more “graftable.”
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