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  • A new food festival in Baltimore celebrates vegan cuisine

    Back when Naija Wright, one of Baltimore's vegan entrepreneurs, first considered "Vegan SoulFest" as the name for the city's newest food festival, she ran a Google search to make sure the title was not already in use.
  • Scientists say Rosetta's comet stinks -- literally

    Scientists say Rosetta's comet stinks -- literally
    It turns out that the comet the Rosetta mission has been chasing for the last decade is a stinker. Literally. Researchers from the University of Bern in Switzerland say that if you could take a whiff of the cloud of gas surrounding the icy nucleus of...

    As a doctor fights Ebola, a nurse beats the deadly virus

    WASHINGTON The dangers confronting health care workers who treat Ebola patients took center stage Friday in the nation's capital and in America's largest city. While doctors in New York City closely monitored the condition of Dr. Craig Spencer, the...

    Tree falls on car, killing driver who was a longtime Johns Hopkins employee

    Tree falls on car, killing driver who was a longtime Johns Hopkins employee
    A longtime Johns Hopkins University employee is dead after a tree fell on her car in Baltimore County Wednesday morning. The Baltimore County Department of Public Safety said Rebecca Lowery, 52, of Joppa was driving a 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser south on...

    Aquaponics links fish and veggie farming

    Aquaponics links fish and veggie farming
    The lush beds of lettuce, mustard greens and peppers at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future's greenhouse resemble the plants that Rick Lee of Damascus has grown in his greenhouse. Yet instead of traditional in-ground fertilizer, these plants get...