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  • Carroll-born realtor hosts new reality show

    Carroll-born realtor hosts new reality show
    Three years ago, TLC, the station behind "Trading Spaces" and "Flip That House" reached out to real estate agent Nick Waldner, originally from Eldersburg, to participate in an episode of "My First Home," a realty reality show. The show aired following a...
  • Westminster grad wins Pulitzer for television criticism

    Westminster grad wins Pulitzer for television criticism
    For her work in television criticism, Mary McNamara, a 1981 graduate of Westminster High School, won the Pulitzer Prize earlier in April for her work with the Los Angeles Times. McNamara is the first television critic to win the award since 1988 and...
  • The greatest fish fry recipe of all time

    OK, I'm cavin' in, and I want full credit for this — the greatest fish fry recipe in the history of the world. You can call it Gronaw's or Mr. Jim's recipe, but full acknowledgment should go my way. As a matter of fact, I'm thinking about...
  • News less informative today

    I know that I'm wishing for the improbable here, but perhaps the Brian Williams story will bring some self-reflection to television executives, news anchors and other network correspondents who come into our living rooms to tell us what is going on in...
  • Margaret Carlson: Stewart leaves void to fill

    It was only minutes into an interview with Jon Stewart before a screening of his film, "Rosewater," last November when I knew he would never fully return to "The Daily Show." Working on that heartfelt and effective movie about an Iranian journalist who...
  • Zara Kessler: Stewart a greater loss to news

    NBC News anchor Brian Williams enjoys the limelight. But Tuesday night, he must have been happy to share it. Williams, we found out, has been suspended without pay for six months. By the time we heard of his punishment, we'd learned that "The Daily Show"...
  • School briefs

    Orioles manager Buck Showalter kicks off BCPS speaker series The Baltimore County Public Schools Business Advisory Council is starting a new speaker series program as part of an effort to reach out to the school community as well as regional business...
  • Duff Goldman 'Ace' of two Food Network shows now

    Duff Goldman 'Ace' of two Food Network shows now
    At the start of Duff Goldman's new Food Network show, "Kids Baking Championship," which premieres next week, eight pint-sized pastry-chef contestants are lined up onstage to meet their co-hosts, Goldman and actress Valerie Bertinelli. As the two make...
  • Leo Eaton: Secrecy shrouds cable talks

    As a board member of the Carroll County Community Media Center, I am grateful that public attention is finally being paid to the much-delayed cable franchise negotiations between Comcast, the county and its various municipalities. However the lack of...
  • Resolve to cut out the noise

    I keep hearing the same headline on the radio and cable TV news: The economy is improving but the average American citizen does not see it and does not believe it. This is followed by some reporter asking some expert what needs to be done to resolve...
  • Take a pilgrimage to 'Sacred Journeys'

    Take a pilgrimage to 'Sacred Journeys'
    Local filmmaker Leo Eaton will take audiences on a pilgrimage Tuesday with the debut of his new PBS series "Sacred Journeys with Bruce Feiler." Monday, Eaton will host a special prescreening of the program's first episode, which follows military...
  • Bingeing on turkey, then the tube

    Bingeing on turkey, then the tube
    For millions of families, one of the major components of the post-Thanksgiving dinner family rest is zoning out in front of the TV for hours on end. In recent years, the concept of binge-watching has taken off among pop-culture fanatics, with the phrase...
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  • Dodgers beat Seattle, 5-2, in exhibition play

    Dodgers beat Seattle, 5-2, in exhibition play
    Dodgers 5, Seattle Mariners 2 AT THE PLATE: Howie Kendrick had two hits, scored a run and drove in another — the RBI coming on a two-out first-inning double that scored Adrian Gonzalez from first base. Gonzalez scored only once from first on a...
  • There's strong element of now or never with these Dodgers

    There's strong element of now or never with these Dodgers
    The Dodgers and Elvis, what’s not to love? He sings to them. Can’t you hear him? “It’s now or never.” No? The Dodgers are built to last? Have greatly improved their farm system. Have oodles of money. Smart management....
  • Cubs 4, Dodgers 3: Justin Turner stays hot

    Cubs 4, Dodgers 3: Justin Turner stays hot
    AT THE PLATE: Justin Turner, who batted .340 in his first season with the Dodgers last year, was two for four with a two-run double in the fourth inning. The utility man is batting .308 this spring. "Everything's on the nose," Manager Don Mattingly said....
  • Howie Kendrick finds the middle ground for Dodgers after Angels

    Howie Kendrick finds the middle ground for Dodgers after Angels
    Faster than you can say "bye-bye speeding bullet" and "red to blue," Los Angeles baseball fans were thrown a curve over the winter. It was Dec. 11, and the Dodgers were on a transaction tear. The first shoe to drop was a head-scratcher for some,...
  • Say this for Dodgers' 2015 lineup, it looks well-balanced

    Say this for Dodgers' 2015 lineup, it looks well-balanced
    Balance, great thing to have if you’re a gymnast, a Flying Wallenda or have a job and family. Also a very nice thing for a baseball lineup. Whatever you may think of the Dodgers’ individual moves this off-season, for 2015 it has left them...
  • Angels' Andrew Heaney, Nick Tropeano make spring debuts against Reds

    Angels' Andrew Heaney, Nick Tropeano make spring debuts against Reds
    The fifth spot in the Angels rotation will not be won or lost in one Cactus League start, so it would be unfair to put too much emphasis on what left-hander Andrew Heaney and right-hander Nick Tropeano did in their spring debuts Monday. But Heaney's...
  • Dodgers need to be seen, not just heard about

    Dodgers need to be seen, not just heard about
    Hey, did you see all the cool new things happening with the Dodgers in spring training? Joc Pederson gets five hits in his first seven at-bats? The melding of the double-play combo of Jimmy Rollins and Howie Kendrick? The lovable journeyman David...
  • Jimmy Rollins ready to start things off for Dodgers

    Jimmy Rollins ready to start things off for Dodgers
    If Jimmy Rollins is still learning his way around his new clubhouse, he will at least be familiar with his place in the Dodgers' lineup. Rollins will bat leadoff. That's where he'll be in Wednesday's Cactus League opener against the Chicago White Sox,...
  • Angels shortstop Erick Aybar is trying to jell with a new second baseman

    Angels shortstop Erick Aybar is trying to jell with a new second baseman
    Erick Aybar and Howie Kendrick played together so long that spring training was almost a formality for the double-play combination. "After the first couple of workouts, they were in sync with everything," Angels Manager Mike Scioscia said. "Those guys...
  • Angels open camp with some question marks

    Angels open camp with some question marks
    Washington had the best record in the National League and was eliminated in the first round of the playoffs last season. The team's go-for-it off-season response was to sign ace Max Scherzer for seven years and $210 million. The Angels had the best...
  • Things are looking a bit less down on the farm for the Angels

    Things are looking a bit less down on the farm for the Angels
    The Angels' minor league system looked barren even before last July's trades that sent five of their top 10 prospects to San Diego and Arizona for closer Huston Street and reliever Joe Thatcher. The loss of first-round picks in 2012 and 2013 — a...