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  • Columbia Digest

    'Dazzle Dash' Walk the 1.4 miles through the 21st annual Symphony of Lights outdoor holiday lights display at 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 16, at 5950 Symphony Woods Road. Information: 410-740-7666. 'A Christmas Carol' The Wilde Lake High School theater arts...
  • East Columbia 50+ offers caregiver support group

    Activity Pals For single seniors. Get together with others to attend events, shop, go sightseeing, dine out and more. 301-596-6385. The Bain Center 5470 Ruth Keeton Way, Columbia. 410-313-7213. •50+ LGBT Support and Social Group. First...
  • Kings linked to some of region's notorious crimes

    Kings linked to some of region's notorious crimes
    The Latin Kings gang has ties to some of Central Florida's most notorious crimes, from to baseball-bat killings to drug offenses to a hit-and-run crash that killed a girl at a day-care. Here are a few: Troy Victorino The crime: Victorino was...
  • Parents @ Play: Gentlemen and Ladies, start your consoles

    For many kids (and tweens, and teens, and let's face it adults, too), gaming is a part of life. It can be a great way to unwind by yourself or (better yet) to log some major parent-child bonding time. As you put the finishing touches on this year's...
  • College gives scholarships to video-game players � really good ones

    CHICAGO It was a shoulder injury during his junior year of high school that ended Derek Micheau's dreams of being a pitcher. Later that season, a knee injury ended his hopes of playing catcher. Turns out he didn't need healthy shoulders or knees for a...
  • Nigeria says too much boom time oil savings spent on state governors

    Nigeria's finance minister said on Thursday that a significant portion of the billions of dollars drained from the oil savings account over the past two years was distributed to powerful governors instead of being saved for a rainy day. Nigeria, Africa's...
  • Madden boosts Odell Beckham's 'spectacular catch' rating

    Odell Beckham Jr. will make more acrobatic one-handed touchdown grabs this season -- in the Madden video game. Beckham’s overall player rating was boosted four points today to 84 by publisher Electronic Arts Inc., making him one of three...
  • Dress rehearsals help keep retailers' Black Friday on track

    Dress rehearsals help keep retailers' Black Friday on track
    A few days before Thanksgiving, Best Buy general manager Kevin Kodidek paced before his 100 store associates like a benevolent drill sergeant, psyching them up for the onslaught of deal-seekers who soon would come crashing through the doors. Crashing is...
  • Consumer Reports Holiday Poll: Black Friday May Be Losing Its Charm

    Consumer Reports Holiday Poll: Black Friday May Be Losing Its Charm
    The thrill of shopping on the Black Friday weekend may have lost its luster, more than half of Americans say they won't be shopping at all, and three-quarters of people skipping stores say it's because of crowds, according to Consumer Reports latest Black...
  • 'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Finale freestyling

    'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Finale freestyling
    Finale week of Season 19 has come upon us, ballroom fans! Stars we had never heard of have now become like close friends, and the coveted Mirrorball trophy has sparkled its way into the glitterverse orbit. The four remaining couples danced two dances in...
  • Langley Transit Center provides comforts of home, Thanksgiving traditions

    Langley Transit Center provides comforts of home, Thanksgiving traditions
    Five Langley airmen were finally on a plane and headed home after a nearly 50-day deployment to Ebola-stricken West Africa. Then they learned there would be an extension to their deployment — a 21-day isolation to ensure they had not contracted...