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St. Patrick's Day

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  • Move to sell Dundalk government building threatens cherished traditions

    Move to sell Dundalk government building threatens cherished traditions
    Dundalk was once economically and culturally vibrant and included our traditional Heritage Fair, Fourth of July and St. Patrick's Day parades, picnics at Chesterwood, Stansbury and Gunpowder parks and a myriad of historical events associated with North...
  • New bike rack in College Park spells it out

    New bike rack in College Park spells it out
    Metal artist Jim Lakey didn't want anyone to confuse his 16-foot tall, 17-foot long metal structure going up in College Park for anything other than a bike rack. That's why the Longwood artist literally spelled it out in large, metal capital letters for...
  • After Wednesday, night hours surpass daylight in Baltimore

    After Wednesday, night hours surpass daylight in Baltimore
    Wednesday is the last day in Baltimore with more daylight hours than nighttime until spring. There will be about 12 hours, 1 minute of daylight, with sunrise at about 6:57 a.m. and sunset at 6:58 p.m. But the hours of daylight are shrinking by about 2...
  • Mick Kipp, Pickles bartender and spice-maker, dies

    Mick Kipp, Pickles bartender and spice-maker, dies
    The mood Tuesday inside Pickles Pub, across from Camden Yards, matched the gray rainy weather. As noontime regulars ate their lunch and quietly caressed glasses of beer amid the low-key chatter and music playing in the background, something clearly...
  • Chicago band Switchback keeping musical options open

    Chicago band Switchback keeping musical options open
    Former Chicagoan Ron Pen holds a very lengthy and lofty title at the University of Kentucky in Lexington: Professor; Director, John Jacob Niles Center for American Music; Coordinator, Division of Musicology and Ethnomusicology. You might think him...
  • How you saw it: Tense Game 5 clincher for Hawks

    How you saw it: Tense Game 5 clincher for Hawks
    Round 1, Game 5: Blackhawks 5, Wild 1 The Blackhawks have begun the chase for the Stanley Cup, and RedEye is covering their journey through the eyes of the fans. With their 5-1 victory Thursday at the United Center, the Hawks won their first...
  • The Sun named newspaper of the year by Md.-Del.-D.C. press group

    The Sun named newspaper of the year by Md.-Del.-D.C. press group
    The Baltimore Sun was named Newspaper of the Year on Friday in the Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association awards contest and also took home the association's annual honor for "extraordinary efforts" to gain access to public records. The Sun has been...
  • A Hartford Wise Guy And A $500 Million Museum Heist

    A Hartford Wise Guy And A $500 Million Museum Heist
    It was a shore dinner in Maine a decade ago that transformed Robert Gentile, an aging, unremarkable wise guy from Hartford, into the best lead in years in one of the world's most baffling crime mysteries, the unsolved robbery of half a billion dollars...
  • Large group of teenagers fighting in downtown Baltimore

    Large group of teenagers fighting in downtown Baltimore
    A large group of teenagers were involved in a fight near the Inner Harbor in Baltimore on Monday afternoon, with several of the teens taken into custody, police said. One police officer was injured responding to the brawl when she fell after chasing...
  • Taco and a beer

    Taco and a beer
    If you ever want to know why Fort Lauderdale is so lovingly referred to as Fort Liquordale, hang out around the corner of Las Olas Boulevard and A1A late at night. For more than 60 years, alcohol has been over-consumed at the two-story Elbo Room on...
  • Use of tough federal sentencing laws varies widely nationwide

    WASHINGTON — As drug dealers go, Lori Ann Newhouse was strictly small time. A high school dropout from a little Iowa town, Newhouse had three sons, a low-paying job as a telemarketer and a relentless methamphetamine habit. On St. Patrick's Day...