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The Watergate Hotel is open again

I was excited when I knew I would be checking into the Watergate Hotel. Imagine, I’d be where history was made on June 17, 1972. That day a break in was discovered at the Democratic National Committee headquarters. That of […]

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The Watergate Hotel is open again

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I was excited when I knew I would be checking into the Watergate Hotel. Imagine, I’d be where history was made on June 17, 1972. That day a break in was discovered at the Democratic National Committee headquarters. That of […]

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Trump Speaking-Feature

Trump the vigilante candidate

Trump’s speech was incredibly dark, as if he was channeling Bruce Wayne-Batman saving Gotham City from the marauding hordes of criminals. Wish that was my description, but I got

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Good Intentions: An Astrological Retrospective

Mars has turned direct! After 2.5 months being retrograde, we are moving forward again. The past several months I have been consumed, preoccupied. Mars and Saturn are prominent in my

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GOP Convention talk all about Ted

You’d think Day 3 of the Republican National Convention would have been all about the introduction of the GOP nominee for vice president, Indiana Governor Mike Pence. Here is

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Melania-Gate finally put to rest

They hope. After two days of evasion, with surrogates saying the plagiarism didn’t matter or it didn’t happen — the campaign didn’t have one, clear message on the issue —

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GOP convention rumbles into day 2

Don’t know if I can take another night of the Republican National Convention. Monday night was all about death and Armageddon, the coming of the Apocalypse — if that

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GOP Convention has rocky start

Today the Republican National Convention gets underway. The Keynote speaker? Melania Trump, the third wife of the presumptive nominee Donald Trump. The convention is almost like a Grateful Dead thing

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Former baseball great Lenny Dykstra’s memoir is an entertaining read

Lenny Dykstra was a professional Major League Baseball (MLB) player for over a decade with both the National League’s New York Mets (1985-89) and the Philadelphia Phillies (1989-96). He

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Artscape with a celestial theme is off to a roaring start

Friday, July 15, 2016, was opening day for Artscape. This year the three-day event is featuring a celestial theme. Exhibits reflecting that lofty image are lined-up on north Charles

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Dock of the Bay: Waterside Dining on Miller’s Island

Is there a more delightful way to have lunch or dinner in the summer than to have it waterside? When that water is the Chesapeake Bay, it makes the experience

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