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  • Small Wonders: Can you tolerate a 'Merry Christmas?'

    Editor's note: While Patrick Caneday takes some time off, we’re running some of his choices for re-publication. This column was first published Dec. 5, 2009. Let me say something that may deeply offend many of you —something so insidious...
  • If you don't want to shop at Walmart, don't.

    I read a letter to the editor the other day speaking about the “criminal” element that could be brought into town by having the Walmart take up residence in the location formerly occupied by The Great Indoors. Wow, sounds kind of racist to...
  • Donor comes to rescue of Toys for Tots with $25K check

    Donor comes to rescue of Toys for Tots with $25K check
    A generous donor stepped forward today, saving Christmas for a local charity after an alleged theft left organizers unable to buy toys for thousands of needy Chicago-area kids. A man came in with a $25,000 check to cover the missing amount, said Toys for...
  • Final defendant pleads guilty in $20M pawn shop scheme

    The 16th and final defendant in a scheme to resell $20 million in stolen goods at Maryland pawn shops pleaded guilty Wednesday, prosecutors said. William Cooper Jr., 38, admitted he took part in a conspiracy to transport goods — such as non-...
  • New owners ready to take over Ivy Bookshop

    New owners ready to take over Ivy Bookshop
    Don't call the Ivy Bookshop's new owners New Yorkers. Sure, Ed Berlin and his wife Ann have lived in the orbit of Manhattan for more than three decades, working in corporate careers. But they insist they love Baltimore — Ed was raised in Forest...
  • Returns, bargains bring out the post-Christmas rush

    Returns, bargains bring out the post-Christmas rush
    Santa Claus had left the building, but the Stratemeyer family of Dundalk was picking up where he left off Monday morning, planning a day of many stops to return or exchange bags of items that weren't quite right. This visit to Towson Town Center was...
  • Focus on the positive in the new year

    Well, 2011 is almost over. The end of the Mayan calendar looms closer. And with it, the end of the world in 2012, according to many people. Tick tock. Tick tock. Personally, I find it ridiculous to put that kind of weight on a calendar etched in rock...
  • Organization celebrates sponsored families

    Organization celebrates sponsored families
    The party invitation came from an organization that doesn’t usually toot its own horn — the Los Angeles County Medical Association Alliance. The local connection to the organization is longtime Glendale volunteer and activist Marilyn Gunnell....
  • The right look to sell the dream

    The right look to sell the dream
    Perhaps you think that being a model means traveling the world, getting paid obscene amounts of money, drinking lots of Champagne, and having your own fashion line, a television show and an adoring public. In a few cases — very few — that's...
  • Mom and daughter duo busted for grand theft

    Shopping together has always been a great mom and daughter bonding activity. Shoplifting is not. Detectives say that on at least three occasions Colleen Reiheld, 55, and her 20-year-old daughter Taylor, both of Sarasota, were seen entering a...
  • Maryland laws allow Orioles, others to say, 'Stay out'

    Maryland laws allow Orioles, others to say, 'Stay out'
    Unless he's wearing Batman underwear and a cape, Mark Harvey — who usually dresses for Orioles games in a team ballcap and jeans — would be difficult to pick out of a crowd. That's why he attracted little attention Thursday as he walked...