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  • Erik Bruner-Yang back in Baltimore

    Erik Bruner-Yang back in Baltimore
    Toki Underground chef Erik Bruner-Yang is returning to Baltimore for another temporary restaurant takeover.  Bruner-Yang, whose "Tokifact" collaboration at Artifact Coffee back in January helped to launch that Hampden restaurant's series of...
  • Saturday: Fegley's Brew Works Craft Beer Festival

    Sample over 50 craft beers from dozens of local and national craft breweries during Fegley's Brew Works Craft Beer Festival, Saturday at Allentown Brew Works. Held on three floors of the Allentown restaurant, the 21-and-over event also features beer-...
  • Your guide to Cyber Monday, now 'Cyber Week'

    Your guide to Cyber Monday, now 'Cyber Week'
    As Black Friday has now morphed into a two-day event with the addition of shopping deals on Thanksgiving, Cyber Monday has in many cases similarly stretched into an extended affair. Cyber Monday, typically the largest online shopping day of the year, is...
  • Rockin' around the slot machines

    Rockin' around the slot machines
    The holiday season is here, and four casinos have line up some beyond-the-norm holiday entertainment. Jose Feliciano will perform 8 p.m. Dec. 13 at Hialeah Park Casino (2200 E. Fourth Ave.), and this is a good month to be hearing his hit "Feliz Navidad....
  • Up in vapor

    Up in vapor
    Baltimore's City Council took a significant step in the right direction for public health when it voted to ban the use of e-cigarettes in most public places. Unfortunately, the final legislation, which Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake signed last week,...
  • Can your holiday stress with the sound of 'Schlooop'!

    We've officially entered the Holiday Shopping Season, that special time of year the Christmas-Industrial Complex has been building to since Father's Day. Despite the long national nightmare of the "War on Christmas," we now have extended the holiday...
  • SeaWorld adopts program for high school journalists

    SeaWorld adopts program for high school journalists
    SeaWorld Orlando will host high school journalism students next week to teach them about its work and have them promote it. The park's first High School Journalism Day will be held Dec. 10. The event is similar to one that Busch Gardens, which...
  • Fairchild's Tropical Garden Column: How to protect your palms

    Fairchild's Tropical Garden Column: How to protect your palms
    Palms are the icons of sunny South Florida. Even though their growth is seemingly simple, appropriate horticulture is vital for the survival of your green giants. However, many gardeners struggle with trimming, fertilizing, spraying and potting. Here...
  • Online sales, early discounts alter holiday shopping traditions

    Online sales, early discounts alter holiday shopping traditions
    Early holiday promotions and rising online shopping took a toll on in-store sales during the Thanksgiving weekend as shoppers on average spent 6.4 percent less than they did a year earlier, according to data released Sunday by an industry group. The...
  • Mariachi Plaza development plan worries L.A. musicians

    Mariachi Plaza development plan worries L.A. musicians
    The mariachis of Los Angeles have flocked to their plaza for nearly 80 years — to sing, to hustle for work, to pass the time. In the last decade, they've seen the Boyle Heights square transformed: Their favorite doughnut shop went away, and a...
  • Prosecutors: Cafeteria manager stole $50K from Waubonsie Valley H.S.

    Prosecutors: Cafeteria manager stole $50K from Waubonsie Valley H.S.
    A contract employee who managed the Waubonsie Valley High School cafeteria has been charged with stealing more than $50,000 from the school by skimming cash from lunchroom sales, prosecutors said today. Kristy Davis, 48, who worked for food service...