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Cinco de Mayo

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  • West Annapolis pushing to attract area shoppers, tourists

    A small Annapolis shopping district is trying to relinquish its status as a well-kept secret. New bright-pink banners along Rowe Boulevard trumpet the little shopping area's presence. The splashy type announces the Village of West Annapolis Shopping...
  • Meet 'Carne Cabeza,' the shirtless, masked face of Orioles fandom

    Meet 'Carne Cabeza,' the shirtless, masked face of Orioles fandom
    It’s been a decade and a half since the Baltimore Orioles have stirred excitement so far into the season. Now that they're 64-53 and in contention for a playoff berth, fans have plenty to talk about. Now, enter: Neal Moorhouse, aka “Carne...
  • Ernesto and Elena Duran: Worth the wait

    Ernesto and Elena Duran: Worth the wait
    The first time Elena saw Ernesto Duran she was only 13. It was the summer of 1962. She was visiting an aunt and many cousins in the small Mexican town of Tabasco Zacatecas, 70 miles west of Elena's hometown, the much larger Aguascalientes. Elena and her...
  • On the Town: Changing of the guard at Glendale Healthy Kids

    On the Town: Changing of the guard at Glendale Healthy Kids
    From the porch of her Glendale home, new Glendale Healthy Kids Executive Director Sharon Roth greeted her outgoing and incoming boards. On a hot Wednesday night (Aug. 29), several dozen officers and supporters headed for the cold beverages and a healthy...
  • Man Jailed After Weekend Crime Spree

    A man is now in jail after a mini-crime spree Saturday morning that resulted in two stolen cash registers, missing clothing and paint, and five burglary reports. The first call to Yuba County Sheriffs came in around 2 a.m. Saturday, from the Hometown...
  • Justin Bieber pays $6.5 million for Calabasas home

    Justin Bieber pays $6.5 million for Calabasas home
    The price that first-time homeowner Justin Bieber paid for his new digs in Calabasas has wended its way into the public record: $6.5 million. Set on 1.3 acres in a gated community, the 10,000-square-foot main house is described as "transitional French"...
  • Sex offender's appeal heard in court

    The appeal of a registered sex offender, who was arrested under a county ordinance when he visited a park in Fountain Valley, went to court Thursday. Hugo Godinez of Santa Ana, who was convicted Nov. 14 of a misdemeanor for entering a county park without...
  • Cuban restaurant now open in the Kingsmill area

    Cuban restaurant now open in the Kingsmill area
    It might be the first Cuban restaurant to come to the Williamsburg area. Centro Havana Cafe has opened up in the Market Place Shops in the Kingsmill area. Owned and operated by Sulee Lugo and her son, Adonis, who came from Cuba and have been living in...
  • Blackhawks' Kane addresses party image

    Blackhawks' Kane addresses party image
    Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane met with the media for the first time since unflattering photos of him partying in Madison, Wis., were published on the Internet and didn't shy away from any questions. “Look, it was embarrassing,” Kane...
  • Court reverses sex offender's conviction

    A registered sex offender and his lawyer recently convinced the Superior Court of Orange County appellate division to reverse his conviction for unlawfully entering a county park where children regularly gather. The three-judge panel made clear its Nov....
  • Lake Forest to be first O.C. city to repeal sex-offender ban?

    Lake Forest leaders on Tuesday will consider repealing an ordinance that bans registered sex offenders from city parks, becoming the first Orange County city to overturn a controversial law that prosecutors have pushed local governments to adopt. Nearly...