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  • Baldwin's Station in Sykesville named Maryland's Favorite Restaurant for 2012

    Baldwin's Station in Sykesville named Maryland's Favorite Restaurant for 2012
    In 15 years, Baldwin's Station has gone from the start-up stage to the forefront of fine dining. On Monday, April 16, the Sykesville restaurant was named Maryland's Favorite Restaurant for 2012 at the 58th McCormick and Company Stars of the Industry...
  • Not Just for Kids: 'Cinder'

    Not Just for Kids: 'Cinder'
    Cinder A Novel Marissa Meyer Feiwel and Friends: 390 pp., $17.99, ages 12 and older Few fairy tales have been as endlessly reimagined and riffed upon as Cinderella. The beloved rags-to-riches story of an oppressed beauty whose kind nature is...
  • April 4: HUSK-EASE! UConn Takes Charge In 2nd Half, Wins Third Title

    A lot can be said about this UConn team, forever to be treasured. The Huskies forgot how to lose when everyone else seemed to forget about them, period, captivating the nation with a historic run at the Big East tournament. They had extracted a joyful...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, Jan. 8 Gospel concert The annual "Lift Every Voice" gospel concert to celebrate the life and legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. will be held at 4 p.m. at St. John's College's Francis Scott Key Auditorium, 60 College Ave. in Annapolis....
  • "Queen of America" by Luis Alberto Urrea

    "Queen of America" by Luis Alberto Urrea
    Just as Teresita Urrea, the "Saint of Cabora" and adored healer, emerges from the pages of "Queen of America" with warmth, passion and wisdom, Luis Urrea exudes his own charm. Luis Urrea, born in Tijuana to a Mexican father and American mother, based his...
  • Novel conjures enchanting heroine

    Novel conjures enchanting heroine
    "Don Tomas Urrea arrived astride Caballito Urrea. ... He wore his frilled white shirt and his tight black jacket cut high at the waist and embroidered with a shining scorpion on the back. Delicate red needlework etched the smallest red roses at each...
  • Join us Jan. 11 to meet Mexican-American author and poet Luis Urrea

    Join us Jan. 11 to meet Mexican-American author and poet Luis Urrea
    Everybody loves Luis Urrea – including those who only  know him as the author, Luis Alberto Urrea. The author of 14 books, including the Pulitzer Prize finalist “The Devil’s Highway,” a non-fiction saga of immigrants lost in the...
  • County Digest

    Polar Bear Plunge The 16th annual Polar Bear Plunge will take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28, at Sandy Point State Park, 1100 E. College Parkway in Annapolis. Admission is free to spectators, plungers must raise $50 in pledges....
  • Odd take in Colonial Players' 'Cinderella Waltz' brings laughs

    For its first production of the new year, Colonial Players presents a loopy fairy-tale retelling in Don Nigro's "Cinderella Waltz" that delivers laughs and leads to rethinking what constitutes a happy ending. Prolific playwright Nigro once told the...
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: Crossing the Rubicon en pointe

    Christmas had taken a lot of out me. Trying to accommodate to Kaitzer and the girls’ schedules, not to mention having to rescue Charlie, was more than I could handle. All I wanted to do on Jan. 2 was watch football. About a month prior, Simone...
  • Notorious: Motley Crue's Vince Neil plays the Ridgefield Playhouse on Jan. 19

    Notorious: Motley Crue's Vince Neil plays the Ridgefield Playhouse on Jan. 19
    Back in the early ’80s, New Wave of British Heavy Metal bands Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Saxon, Mötorhead and the pre-Pyromania Def Leppard battled over metal-mag cover space with softer, glossier stateside bands, who proudly wore pop...