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Sunny’s 10th season follows Dennis’s descent into madness

“Guys, your true power comes not from outside sources, but from the delusional stories that you all convince yourselves of. And no one – no one – can take that away from you.” This is the sort of twisted laugh-line […]

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Sunny’s 10th season follows Dennis’s descent into madness

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“Guys, your true power comes not from outside sources, but from the delusional stories that you all convince yourselves of. And no one – no one – can take that away from you.” This is the sort of twisted laugh-line […]

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Man of La Mancha: Missteps mar memorable musical at Shakespeare Theatre Company

Aldonza (Amber Iman) comforts Don Quixote (Anthony Warlow) in Man of La Mancha. (Courtesy) Is it possible for a single performer to nearly ruin an otherwise excellent production of one

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Free meals would be expanded to many schools by legislation

By Rebecca Lessner For MarylandReporter.com Legislators are moving to dish out free meals to hungry schoolkids, who are too embarrassed by living below the poverty level to eat free lunches in

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National Museum of Crime & Punishment opens exhibit on domestic terrorism

The National Museum of Crime & Punishment in Washington DC has just opened a permanent exhibit on domestic terrorism and hate crimes. (Larry Luxner) WASHINGTON — A runner’s bib from the

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Flesh-eating bacteria found in Chesapeake Bay

John Streb shows the arm in which he contracted vibriosis. By Rebecca Lessner For the MarylandReporter.com With a flesh-eating bacteria often going unnoticed in the Chesapeake Bay, legislators are rallying behind a

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Watchdogs for Chesapeake Bay’s invasive species would be rewarded

Photo above: This world record 143-pound blue catfish was caught in a reservoir on the Roanoke River near Clarksville, Virginia in 2011, according to the Catfish Edge website. By Rebecca

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Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus: Say goodbye to the elephants

Everything comes to an end, even if it has endured since the 19th century. One hundred and thirty-three years after P.T. Barnum first trotted out an elephant named Jumbo to

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Angelina Jolie chooses her health

Angelina Jolie has made surgical news once again. In 2013, the actress decided to have a double mastectomy as a preventative measure after finding out she has a gene mutation

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Oh Dad, Poor Dad: Freudian farce lights up Annex Theatre

Sarah Heiderman and Rjyan Kidwell star at Annex Theatre. (Kelli Williams) Two things should be noted about last Friday’s performance of an odd little play at The Station North Chicken

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Cincinnati Reds still need pitching

It was a windy day at the Goodyear Ballpark, in Goodyear, Arizona, when I was watching the Cincinnati Reds in their spring training facility. The Reds are one of

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