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  • Station North's Pen & Quill writes the next chapter in food history

    Station North's Pen & Quill writes the next chapter in food history
    Pen & Quill, the newest eatery in the old Chesapeake Restaurant building just north of Baltimore’s Pennsylvania Station, feels like exactly the right restaurant, in the right place, at the right time. It’s sophisticated but casual, modern...
  • Neighborhood Spotlight: Deep Creek

    Neighborhood Spotlight: Deep Creek
    Location: Garrett County, approximately 10 miles east of the West Virginia border and 20 miles south of the Mason-Dixon line. Average property listing price: Bob Carney, manager of Deep Creek Resort and Sales at Long & Foster Real Estate in McHenry,...
  • Smithsonian chronicles Rosary High students' research

    Smithsonian chronicles Rosary High students' research
    Rosary High School students in Aurora have done real-world research through the Smithsonian Institution that caught the interest of educators at one of the world’s best-known museums. A Smithsonian film crew is at Rosary High School this week to...
  • After blowout loss to Patriots, Colts ready to move on

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Indianapolis Colts - INSIDE SLANT Former college basketball coach Tates Locke used to have a favorite slogan after one of his teams had a bad performance: Forget It And Drive On. After Sunday night's nationally...
  • Maybe 'Lemony Snicket's' 'joke' can stir talk about our racial issues

    One would hope that a gathering of some of the nation’s most accomplished writers would reflect the nation’s soul. And maybe Wednesday night in New York City, it did just that. Author Jacqueline Woodson won the 2014 National Book Award in...
  • Spread Holiday Cheer With the Gift of Family History

    Spread Holiday Cheer With the Gift of Family History
    Amidst the gifts, meals and parties of the holiday season, one word takes precedence -- family. There's no better time to begin learning about family roots, especially as you’re gathered together in celebration. And doing so is easier than ever....
  • Courant Documentary Offers Photojournalists' View

    Courant Documentary Offers Photojournalists' View
    The Hartford Courant's 250th anniversary celebration continues this week with the premiere of a documentary recounting tales of covering Connecticut for the oldest continuously published newspaper in the country. "One Moment, One Image: Connecticut...
  • Flanagan or Monarch? Either team can make history

     Flanagan or Monarch? Either team can make history
    Either Flanagan or Monarch will see the most successful football season in its school's history continue Friday night. The other will have to put away its gear until spring. Flanagan and Monarch, both Class 8A state championship hopefuls in only their...
  • Colts must forget Pats, focus on Jaguars

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Indianapolis Colts - INSIDE SLANT An interesting question was posed to Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck in the wake of last week's 44-20 home-field loss to New England. Luck was asked Wednesday if it was...
  • Texans' rookie quick draw QB aims at Bengals

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Houston Texans - INSIDE SLANT The first two starts of rookie Houston Texans quarterback Ryan Mallett's career will be against teams leading the AFC North. Last week, Mallett completed 20-of-30 for 211 yards with two...
  • Simeon, Phillips trying to make Public League history

    Simeon, Phillips trying to make Public League history
    The end of daylight savings time altered Simeon's football practice routine.. By losing an hour of sunlight, the Wolverines were forced to seek alternative practice venues away from its usual spot at West Chatham Park. "Our home field has no lights...