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  • 50 percent off Mother's Day flowers and how to make them last longer

    50 percent off Mother's Day flowers and how to make them last longer
    Get $30 in flowers and gifts for Mother's Day from Proflowers.com for $15 with a LivingSocial.com national deal. Be sure to read the fine print before purchasing. Click here for the deal. The offer, good through Thursday, is one per person. Also,...
  • Groupon: Baltimore restaurants hot and cold on deals

    Groupon: Baltimore restaurants hot and cold on deals
    Has The Prime Rib, which requires waiters to wear tuxes and exudes "the intoxicating aroma of old money," according to Esquire magazine, got a deep discount deal for you. Eat $100 of the restaurant's haute chow and pay just $50 under its wildly...
  • Subscription drop? Not in Newman's Chicago

    Subscription drop? Not in Newman's Chicago
    If you've been staring at the huge banner of the beautiful Renee Fleming on the back of the Civic Opera House — or noting how well the Lyric Opera of Chicago finds the sex and glamour in its promotion of its season of operas — you're...
  • Clipping coupons is a chore, clicking on them an addiction

    I was introduced to my first fascination with coupons on March 27, when I clicked on an advert on some website or another for DoubleTakeDeals. I probably should have known better, except words that were magic to my eyes popped up. David's Natural Market...
  • David Troy's next big projects: fixing email, government transparency

    David Troy's next big projects: fixing email, government transparency
    David Troy started tinkering with computers when he was 7 years old. In the 1980s and 1990s, he ran a company that sold Atari computers by mail in Anne Arundel County. That venture eventually morphed into ToadNet, a regional Internet service provider that...
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  • New events startup debuts in Baltimore: Marvilent

    New events startup debuts in Baltimore: Marvilent
    The two guys behind Marvilent are hoping that Baltimoreans will want to break out of the weekend routines -- yard work, house cleaning or sitting at the bar all day -- and do something fun and active. Michael Lopez and his partner, Evan Klein,...
  • Engaged: Faith Deutschle & Jason Albert

    Engaged: Faith Deutschle & Jason Albert
    Wedding Day: December 1, 2012 Her story: Faith Deutschle, 28, grew up in Dublin, Ohio, and now lives in Federal Hill. Her father, Jean Deutschle, is senior sales manager at Abbott Laboratories. Her mother, Marianne Deutschle is a pre-kindergarten teacher...
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  • The new definition of luxury: Discounted, personalized and green

    The new definition of luxury: Discounted, personalized and green
    For some people, luxury is still what it was before the recession: $2,295 python satchels from Michael Kors, $62,000 Porsche Spyder sports cars, $500 spa days in Beverly Hills. But most Americans would beg to differ, according to a report from the...