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B’More Smoothie: B’More healthy, B’More organic

“Try this,” I say to Harry, my 7- year-old son. “What is it?” he says, intrigued. “It’s a B’More Smoothie,” I reply.”‘Which flavor would you like?” He chooses Mango and Banana, my favorite. Three minutes later, the bottle is empty. “I […]

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“Try this,” I say to Harry, my 7- year-old son. “What is it?” he says, intrigued. “It’s a B’More Smoothie,” I reply.”‘Which flavor would you like?” He chooses Mango and Banana, my favorite. Three minutes later, the bottle is empty. “I […]

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Why the Purple Line makes sense

In response to last week’s commentary opposing the proposed Purple Line, Richard Parsons, vice chair of the Suburban Maryland Transportation Alliance, describes why it should be built. By Richard Parsons As

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Orchard Market & Cafe serving up great Persian food

It was sometime ago I last visited the Orchard Market & Café in Towson.  I happened to run into the manager/co-owner at an event recently and he told me if

William & Mary's fans had plenty of fun watching their team blow out Elon in the quarterfinals of the Colonial Athletic Conference Tournament on Saturday. (Costa Swanson)

CAA Tournament: William & Mary cruises into semifinals

Top-seeded William & Mary looked like a team set on advancing to its first NCAA Tournament in school history, dominating eighth-seeded Elon in a 72-59 quarterfinal win in the

The wild Alaskan salmon, with a succulent bourbon glaze, was so flaky it could have been eaten with a spoon. (Jon Gallo)

Gordon Biersch: More than really good beer

Executive Chef Matthew Roberts understands the foundation of every dish at Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant in Harbor East. “Beer is the building block,” he said. But it’s what he does with

View of Mexico City along Paseo de la Reforma. Last year, Mexico ranked as the third-largest trading partner of the United States (after China and Canada), accounting for 13.5% of total U.S. trade with the rest of the world. (Larry Luxner)

Baltimore business executives sample a ‘Taste of Mexico’

View of Mexico City along Paseo de la Reforma. Last year, Mexico ranked as the third-largest trading partner of the United States (after China and Canada), accounting for 13.5 percent of

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Wheel of Fortune donates $20,000 to Johns Hopkins Children’s Hospital‏

It may be March, but Pat Sajak is playing “Secret Santa” to the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center with a donation of $20,000. For the first time in Wheel of Fortune’s

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Shepherds and Wolves expands for children in Baltimore

Leyla Rodriguez Last month I wrote about the amazing literary project for inner city children in Baltimore run by Samuel Harris called Shepherds and Wolves. The article raised the profile

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Accents, The Wire and Culture: Interview with BettyAnn Leeseberg-Lange

Accents are an amazing thing. They can set us apart or make us feel part of a group. They are the key to our identity, our community and our

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Housing is the cheapest cure for homelessness

Photo above by moriza, Flickr Creative Commons License By Rebecca Lessner For MarylandReporter.com As Maryland’s homeless situation becomes “especially dire,” the creation of affordable housing for the homeless would be cheaper than

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