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  • 'True Blood' recap: Season 5, Episode 5, 'Let's Boot and Rally'

    'True Blood' recap: Season 5, Episode 5, 'Let's Boot and Rally'
    "Took you long enough." -- Russell Edgington So they finally found Russell. Because no one thinks to search in the creepy asylum for a vampire seeking to be reborn. Seriously, the asylum was like a low-rent haunted house run by high schools students....
  • Breeding a conspiracy theory, 1 rhino at a time

    Breeding a conspiracy theory, 1 rhino at a time
    I don't mean to alarm anyone, but I have uncovered something terrifying. The Trump International Hotel & Tower in Chicago may be more than just an innocent monument to opulence. I have reason to believe that under the leadership of a former British spy,...
  • 'Derecho' storm wasn't first to strike Md.

    'Derecho' storm wasn't first to strike Md.
    The storm that devastated much of Maryland on Friday, known as a "derecho", not the first of its kind to strike the state, but its impact was among the most severe and widespread. Derechos are widespread storms in which multiple bands of strong storms...
  • Collegians lack online search savvy to get credible health information

    Collegians lack online search savvy to get credible health information
    Their parents joke that they spend so much time on their smartphones and computers, older teenagers are surgically attached to them. But spending a lot of time online does not necessarily mean they have the Internet search skills to find accurate...
  • Unusual twins, 'momo' boys, delivered at GBMC

    Unusual twins, 'momo' boys, delivered at GBMC
    Brooks and Nolan Bauer, a rare set of "momo" twins, are finally home with their parents in White Marsh. "They were really premature, eight weeks early," Katie Bauer said Saturday, recounting the first time she saw her sons. "They told us they might be on...
  • 'Top Chef Masters' recap: Season 4 premiere

    'Top Chef Masters' recap: Season 4 premiere
    Editor's note: We are thrilled to welcome Mary Alice of Charm City Cakes as our recapper for the new season of "Top Chef Masters." We think it's a sin that she doesn't have her own Wikipedia page. But she does have a fan page. Take it away, Mary. "Top...
  • Head-spinning truths in this rewind of human history

    Head-spinning truths in this rewind of human history
    Should you be overwhelmed by your problems — or maybe you're just involved with someone who considers their personal needs of greater cosmic significance than you think they merit — then an evening spent in the company of Ontroerend Goed...
  • Book review: Frank Deford goes deep, as usual

    Book review: Frank Deford goes deep, as usual
    A bio on NPR's website of its commentator Frank Deford notes that the magazine GQ christened him, quite simply, "the world's greatest sportswriter." (Is he?) A story on ESPN's companion website, Grantland, referred to Deford as "a writer who had...
  • Review: 'The Way the World Works' maps Nicholson Baker's mind

     Review: 'The Way the World Works' maps Nicholson Baker's mind
    -------------------- The Way the World Works Essays Nicholson Baker Simon & Schuster: 319 pp., $25 -------------------- Nicholson Baker's new book, "The Way the World Works," is a miscellany: a collection of 34 essays originally published in...
  • SOPA, PIPA backlash could hurt Obama in Hollywood

     
    President Obama could face an anti-SOPA backlash from backers in Hollywood over his administration's stance on the controversial anti-piracy bills that have sparked a massive online protest....
  • PIPA anti-piracy bill vote postponed in Senate

     
    Next week's scheduled vote on the PIPA anti-piracy bill has been postponed by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, handing a major victory to Internet companies who launched online protests to battle the legislation and its House companion. known as SOPA......