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  • A good meal can still be had during hurricane

    In Florida, we share a history of bad dinner guests. You may not have had personal contact with Katrina, Ivan, Wilma, Charley, Frances and their buddies who blew through in recent years, but it's likely you know someone who did. When hurricane season...
  • Hopkins students notable in their absence in Charles Village

    Hopkins students notable in their absence in Charles Village
    Loading his earthly belongings into a laundry cart that he rented from Campus Services, Johns Hopkins University freshman Austin Dennis made several trips from his dormitory room to his car on residential Greenway at North Charles Street, opposite the...
  • Jewish deli, Baltimore burgers and a circus come to Ocean City

    Jewish deli, Baltimore burgers and a circus come to Ocean City
    People come back to Ocean City for the traditions — a favorite restaurant, beach spot or mini-golf course. For visitors looking to try something different, this season has a lot of new things to offer, whether you eat at the town's new (and only)...
  • At Cooks County, the season for soft-shell crabs and fat asparagus

    At Cooks County, the season for soft-shell crabs and fat asparagus
    Daniel Mattern, chef at Cooks County, where the focus is on fresh local ingredients and great wine, is having visions of soft-shell crab and big fat asparagus. Mattern is executive chef and partner at the neighborhood restaurant on Beverly Boulevard....
  • Lemon zest! Recipe for lemon thin ice cream sandwiches

    Lemon zest! Recipe for lemon thin ice cream sandwiches
    Life giving you lemons? Making lemonade is so old hat. A sunshiny spritz can find its refreshing way into all sorts of summer foods and drinks, says Yvette van Boven, author of "Home Made Summer" (Stewart Tabori & Chang, $35), a book that celebrates the...
  • School concerts scheduled

    As the school year winds down, it’s time for the concerts that the schools’ choral groups have been preparing for this spring.  The E. Russell Hicks Middle School chorus concert will be Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the South Hagerstown High School...
  • Daily guide to fun -- and some new things to do in Ocean City

    Daily guide to fun -- and some new things to do in Ocean City
    One of the joys of the beach is its consistency. The tide rises and falls without fail, the sun casts a glow over the water every morning and every night. But Ocean City, for all its constants, continually delivers fresh adventures. We've put together a...
  • Dining scene: From seasonal tacos to artful sushi

    Dining scene: From seasonal tacos to artful sushi
    Sushigami Sawgrass Mills mall, 12801 W. Sunrise Blvd., Sunrise, 954-835-9070, Sushigami.net Yoav Saffar has made it easy for shoppers to get back to hunting for steals and deals by debuting sushi on a conveyor belt for speedy service, priced by the...
  • Mini-review: Tommy Knuckles Tavern & Lounge

    Mini-review: Tommy Knuckles Tavern & Lounge
    Mini-review: Tommy Knuckles Tavern & Lounge 433 W. Diversey Parkway 773-248-3230 Rating: !! (out of four): Give it some time No, Tommy Knuckles isn't a dude. According to owners, the name of this less-than-a-month-old Lincoln Park bar refers to a...
  • Street-level Palermo

    Street-level Palermo
    PALERMO, Italy — This Sicilian city is full of secrets, but its street food isn't one of them. Monday through Saturday, the locals follow the smells and sounds to any one of Palermo's open-air markets for a taste of regional fare. My experience...
  • Dining Review: Peacha's makes for a rockin' hole in the wall

    Dining Review: Peacha's makes for a rockin' hole in the wall
    Whiplash is one of the hazards of my job. I take unfamiliar streets when I drive around town with the express purpose of discovering new restaurants. Peacha's, a tiny place on south Victory near Alameda in Burbank, made me do a hard double-take, almost...