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St. Patrick's Day

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  • For 22 years, Friday Night dance club has hosted hoofers

    For more than 22 years, Friday Night Swing Club has welcomed thousands of dancers 16 and older of every ability to tango, cha-cha, foxtrot, jitterbug, salsa, waltz, hustle and others, from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday nights. The club started at the ROTC...
  • Man made false confession to lawmen to keep buddy out of jail, deputies say

    Man made false confession to lawmen to keep buddy out of jail, deputies say
    How far would you go to help out a buddy? Around 2:30 a.m. on St. Pat's Day deputies arrested 30-year-old Francisco Martinez  and charged him with three counts of DUI after he allegedly lost control of the 2001 Mustang he was driving and slammed into...
  • St. Patrick's parade lacked Ravens band

    St. Patrick's parade lacked Ravens band
    My compliments to the organizers of the recent Baltimore St. Patrick's Day Parade ("Thousands line Baltimore Streets for St. Patrick," March 11). It was a great parade, but it was missing one key ingredient: the Ravens marching band — Baltimore's...
  • Michael Roarty dies at 84; marketer helped build Anheuser-Busch brand

    Michael Roarty dies at 84; marketer helped build Anheuser-Busch brand
    Michael J. Roarty, a retired marketing executive who helped build Anheuser-Busch beer brands into international powerhouses, died at a hospital in a St. Louis suburb Saturday, a day after suffering a heart attack. He was 84. Roarty had been...
  • On St. Patrick's Day, 56 motorists stopped, five arrested in Glendale during DUI patrol

    Police arrested five motorists Sunday as part of a regional St. Patrick’s Day crackdown on drunk driving. Officers from Glendale, Burbank, Pasadena and San Fernando stopped 56 vehicles during a roving patrol aimed at motorists who were driving...
  • The Crowd: Putting knowledge in the spotlight

    The Crowd: Putting knowledge in the spotlight
    There is a lot of talk these days about the intentions of America's founding fathers (and mothers). As our nation comes to terms with many challenges, one of the sentiments of our ancestors does not get as much attention as some of the others. That...
  • Crime & Punishment: Manchester Gas Station Manager Caught Selling K2

    Crime & Punishment: Manchester Gas Station Manager Caught Selling K2
    The election for president of UConn' Undergraduate Student Government was marked by a surprising amount of scandal and political intrigue. Shiv Gandhi bested Edward Courchaine by 340 votes. Then Courchaine filed a complaint accusing Gandhi of violating...
  • Phil Vettel: Four stars for L2O

    Phil Vettel: Four stars for L2O
    A lot of words have been used to describe L2O — minimalist, compelling, any superlative you care to name — but until recently, playful was not among them. But the ascendancy of chef Matthew Kirkley at this highly regarded restaurant —...
  • Gerald J. Curran, state delegate

    Gerald J. Curran, state delegate
    Gerald J. Curran, a member of a well-known political family who represented Northeast Baltimore neighborhoods in the Maryland House of Delegates, died of pancreatic cancer Wednesday at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. He was 74 and lived in...
  • Rick Kogan on 'An Irrepressible Hope: Notes From Chicago Catholics'

    Rick Kogan on 'An Irrepressible Hope: Notes From Chicago Catholics'
    I have no idea what Pope Francis I likes to read, beyond the Bible, of course. But it would be a good thing if a certain new book made its way to the Vatican, and so I humbly suggest “An Irrepressible Hope: Notes From Chicago Catholics.”...
  • First drunk-driving conviction can cost nearly $16,000 in California

    First drunk-driving conviction can cost nearly $16,000 in California
    Beware of the $16,000 cocktail. Just in time for St. Patrick's Day partying, the Automobile Club of Southern California has calculated that a first-offense misdemeanor DUI conviction can now cost up to $15,649 in California. That’s up 29% from...