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Mother's Day

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  • Real estate agents opt to work long Thanksgiving weekend

    Real estate agents opt to work long Thanksgiving weekend
    Among those working this Thanksgiving holiday weekend will be some hardy real estate agents. The struggling economy and uncertainty about jobs have changed the home selling scene, shifting more house hunting to hours and days off. The long weekend is a...
  • PHOTOS: The Blackhawks game 5 and hat-trick Kane

    PHOTOS: The Blackhawks game 5 and hat-trick Kane
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  • Honorary son does us and his country proud

    I would like to take a personal moment to recognize the outstanding contributions of our family's "honorary son," 1st Lt. James P. Downs, whom we all call Pat. Pat is currently stationed with the U.S. Army in southern Afghanistan. He is a 2002...
  • They call her Scary Mommy, and now she's scary successful

    They call her Scary Mommy, and now she's scary successful
    Jill Smokler just might be Baltimore's biggest unknown celebrity. Few recognize her tightly coiled curls, her peanut-butter-eating children, her tired dog. But online, thousands upon thousands of mothers grasp onto her every word. And on Twitter, nearly...
  • A Word, Please: Losing the apostrophe isn't always an option

    Not long ago I wrote a column about how sometimes in terms like "teachers' union" and "homeowners' policy" the apostrophe is optional. If you really mean that the first noun possesses the second, an apostrophe makes sense. But if the first noun is...
  • Remarkable weekend ahead for Ravens defender Arthur Jones and his athletic family

    Remarkable weekend ahead for Ravens defender Arthur Jones and his athletic family
    Arthur Jones III could easily take his answer in a somber direction. The Ravens defensive end has just been asked to imagine how his mother, blind from diabetes the last three years, will experience Sunday's game against the New England Patriots....
  • How much higher can Donkey Kong characters jump if they're on Mars?

    How much higher can Donkey Kong characters jump if they're on Mars?
    It's not quite Mother's Day in America yet, but you can send your parents cool footage of a physicist talking about rubber bands. Welcome to your post-weekend trends report for Monday, March 11, 2013. Richard Feynman's discussion of hacking elasticity...
  • More young women fighting breast cancer

    More young women fighting breast cancer
    Already a breast cancer survivor before her 30th birthday, Lauren Wakefield knows she's one of the lucky ones. "I found a lump one day and went in probably within the next two weeks after that," the 27-year-old wedding photographer said. "From the...
  • Edna R. Rudell, owner of chocolate business

    Edna R. Rudell, owner of chocolate business
    Edna Rudell, who began selling homemade chocolate bunnies outside the Northeast Market and went on to co-own Fallston's Log Cabin Chocolates, died of congestive heart failure March 6 at Gilchrist Hospice Care. The Jacksonville resident was 90. Born...
  • Bill Lachemann, 78, keeps Angels ahead of curve behind the plate

    Bill Lachemann, 78, keeps Angels ahead of curve behind the plate
    TEMPE, Ariz. — Bill Lachemann was on the same Dorsey High baseball team as legendary manager Sparky Anderson. He played his first professional game five years before Angels rising star Mike Trout's father was born and caught former Angels pitcher...