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  • Ship delivers largest sugar cargo ever to Domino plant

    Ship delivers largest sugar cargo ever to Domino plant
    With the wind whipping granules through the sweet-smelling air, Monday could have been just another day on the Domino Sugars docks in South Baltimore. But workers in orange coveralls unloading raw sugar from a massive cargo ship were making company...
  • Bethenny Frankel's Skinnygirl leads spirits growth with 388% boom

    Bethenny Frankel's Skinnygirl leads spirits growth with 388% boom
    Smirnoff and Bacardi may still be the largest brands in the spirits industry, but it’s smaller and more health-conscious names such as Skinnygirl Cocktails getting the most growth. Volume sales from the top 250 liquor brands grew 3.1% last year,...
  • Create a frame gallery for your Hartford home

    Create a frame gallery for your Hartford home
    Create a personal gallery in your Hartford home by displaying picture frames of varying shape and size. Plan the layout of your frames before hanging, either with Kraft paper on the wall or by arranging them on a workspace or floor. Ensure your frame...
  • ALEC: Corporations and politics

    ALEC: Corporations and politics
    Big corporations like Coca-Cola, Pepsi Co and Kraft are now cutting ties to a conservative group that has helped state lawmakers with legislation on voter identification, immigration and "stand your ground" gun laws. In the wake of Trayvon Martin's...
  • Designer's dream emerges from Lutherville carriage house

    Designer's dream emerges from Lutherville carriage house
    Standing in the driveway of Arleen Dvorine's Lutherville property, it is clear she has successfully realized her dream of converting an old carriage house into an office and home. The 240-year-old, one-story structure served as the stable for the long-...
  • Not a five-and-dime operation

    Not a five-and-dime operation
    BENTONVILLE, Ark. — A French chef selling crepes from a food cart on an Arkansas city street may seem out of place, but business is very good for Crepes Paulette. It's about to get a lot better. The wagon is parked at the head of a scenic path...
  • Fast-food salt content varies by country: study

    Fast-food salt content varies by country: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Fast food may often be high in salt, but the exact levels seem to vary based on the country you live in, according to a study published Monday. Looking at fast-food menu information in six countries, researchers found that the...
  • ALEC dismantles controversial task force after exodus of members

    ALEC dismantles controversial task force after exodus of members
    The American Legislative Exchange Council, or ALEC, said it is shutting down a task force that helped draft voter ID and “stand your ground” gun legislation after major firms such as Coca Cola and Kraft cut ties with the conservative group....
  • Paul Bogart dies at 92; Emmy-winning TV director

    Paul Bogart dies at 92; Emmy-winning TV director
    Paul Bogart, an Emmy Award-winning director who launched his career during the days of live television in New York and later was a prolific director on the groundbreaking 1970s sitcom "All in the Family," has died. He was 92. Bogart died of age-related...
  • Tennis: Loyola sweeps Severn

    Loyola Blakefield coach Don Kraft said his team has its best shot to advance to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association team championships in May since he took over as head coach in 2000. The Dons showed signs of that with the season's first...
  • A mustard museum? Only in Wisconsin

    A mustard museum? Only in Wisconsin
    MIDDELTON, Wis. — Barry Levenson stopped in his hotel hallway, looked both ways, then pocketed a tiny jar of room service mustard on a discarded tray. Never mind that as an assistant Wisconsin attorney general 25 years ago, he was about to scale...