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  • Gifts for needy kids: Local group quietly shows how it should be done

    The annual solicitation letter from Santa Claus Anonymous arrived in the mail the other day, with its trademark depiction of a classic Santa with his hat pulled over his eyes. The iconic drawing, of course, suggests a fundamental tenet of the 75-year-old organization – poor children who receive holiday gifts never need know they came from charity. Nor do donors need know the names of the children who benefit from their contributions; they merely trust that Santa Claus Anonymous delivers as promised. Giving and trusting in the city of Baltimore – imagine that.
  • Are 'As Seen on TV' products just hype?

    Are 'As Seen on TV' products just hype?
    It's crazy how it happens. You're idly flipping around late at night for something decent to watch on television and suddenly you're mesmerized by a commercial for a wacky solution to a problem you didn't know you had. Now you've got two competing,...

    Readers help us lather up for less

    On the Cheap is on vacation so this week's column features recycled tips from readers. Next week, On the Cheap will return with more new tips from readers on how to pinch a penny, stretch a dollar and generally make do. Keep those suggestions coming for...

    Showing kindness to strangers

    Do you remember the scene in “A Streetcar Named Desire” when Blanch says, “I've always depended on the kindness of strangers?” If you are familiar with the story, you know that it didn't really work out for her. I'd like to think...

    Breaking a sweat, busting a gut with Richard Simmons in B-Hills

    Breaking a sweat, busting a gut with Richard Simmons in B-Hills
    My kind of town, Beverly Hills. It's vectored in such a way as to guarantee you get lost, involving a circuitry of duplicate names — Santa Monica, Little Santa Monica, Mondo Santa Monica. Everybody you meet sounds like Borat, and none of them...