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St. Patrick's Day

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  • Classic chili cheese dogs and corn dogs at Motordogs in Pasadena

    Classic chili cheese dogs and corn dogs at Motordogs in Pasadena
    Name of restaurant: Motordogs Chef/Owner: Steven Jensen, who's been making surfboard-shaped rugs for his company Jensen Rugboards for the past 20 years. His uncle owns the property, his rug business is slowing down, so he and his wife thought, why not....
  • Busch Gardens opens season with St. Patty's flair

    Busch Gardens opens season with St. Patty's flair
    The season for roller coasters launches Sunday when Busch Gardens opens its gates to the public, unofficially marking the start of spring. On opening day, the park will take on a Shamrock feel, as the energy will be concentrated in the Irish village in...
  • U2 tribute band rocks Downtown Disney

    U2 tribute band rocks Downtown Disney
    They have fans all over the world. They've performed in 187 cities, including in Japan, Bosnia and shows across Europe. With an extensive playlist from more than a dozen albums that includes classics like "Sunday, Bloody Sunday," "With or Without You,"...
  • Banner in the sky calls Hollywood a high crime area, blames it on police chief

    Banner in the sky calls Hollywood a high crime area, blames it on police chief
    Visitors to Hollywood beach were treated to a bit of high-flying politics Sunday, compliments of the city's police union. A small yellow plane with a banner reading "City of Hollywood high crime area. Thanks Chief Fernandez!" buzzed the coastline for...
  • Demolition begins on St. James Catholic Church

    Demolition begins on St. James Catholic Church
    When workers atop a raised platform took sledgehammers to the roof of St. James Catholic Church, fulfilling the archdiocese's promise that demolition of the 133-year-old South Side landmark would begin Wednesday, some of those who tried to save the...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • New rules for alcohol venues

    Stricter laws for certain Huntington Beach bars and restaurants in the downtown area are on their way. In a 6-1 vote, with Mayor Pro Tem Matthew Harper dissenting, the City Council voted to change city changed the regulations on downtown...