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A new twisted year is almost here

It appears everyone hates 2016. I mean, really hates the year of their Lord, 2016. Could it get any more twisted? Not much really. Let’s face it: here in the City of Angels there’s only about seven more hours of it […]

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A new twisted year is almost here

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It appears everyone hates 2016. I mean, really hates the year of their Lord, 2016. Could it get any more twisted? Not much really. Let’s face it: here in the City of Angels there’s only about seven more hours of it […]

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Hey, 2016 had some fond memories, too!

It’s easy to write off 2016. It gave us one of the hardest punches to the gut ever. It’s an event now known to history as, “The Presidential Election from

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Where are they now? Shugarman’s Little Chocolate Shop

Situated on the Turquoise Trail one can now find semi-retired Harvey Shugarman, the former chef and owner of Harvey's Restaurant at Greenspring Station. He is now a chocolatier in New Mexico's

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Just Balloons On A Bridge

It will be a hot night; They all are in August On the West Baltimore streets. Where people die and rats live. The sun is setting; Reds and deep purples Like a Ravens jersey painted

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Lights of 34th Street in Hampden

You know it’s getting close to celebrating a joy-filled Christmas when the display of lights goes up on the 700 block of 34th Street in Hampden. The block is

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Cunninghams in Towson: Select your wine from the house iPad

I felt a bit like I was dining in San Francisco or Chicago or any one of those top notch restaurant towns. But I was sure I didn't leave

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Baltimore: The Never Ending Storm

Thunder in Baltimore, The storm floats in Like the cruise ships at the inner harbor. Rain follows thunder Even as lightning precedes it. But the downpour will not end the reign of heat. Hot nights

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Baltimore-based Native Americans launch Pow Wow with Grand Entry

Native Americans from in and around Baltimore and from as far away as Cleveland, Ohio, came together Saturday to celebrate their 42nd annual Pow Wow. It was held in Union

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President Trump? Oh the Humanity!

We are approaching the holiday season following an election where the man whose most important contribution to America was choosing the winner of Celebrity Apprentice is set to take

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$7B Navy warship ‘Zumwalt’ draws protest

It’s “Fleet Week” (Oct. 10-17) in the port of Baltimore. The gala celebration includes dozens of vessels; military and private alike, plus schooner ships, from both Canada and the U.S.

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