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  • Maryland Fencing Club is more than just playing with swords

    The ancient sport of fencing is not something you’ll see only at the Renaissance Festival. At the Maryland Fencing Club in Abingdon, the sport is thriving. We talked with owner Greg Paye, a certified United States Fencing Association coach, and...
  • Fencing: Crossroads' Charles Horowitz gets silver medal at Junior Olympics

    Charles Horowitz, a student at Crossroads who competes for the LA International Fencing Center, captured a silver medal in cadet men's epee at the USA Fencing Junior Olympic Championships in Richmond, Va., last weekend. Nick Itkin of Los Angeles took...
  • GHS fencing squad growing in numbers and in spirit

    They may be short on experience, but Griswold's fencing team is large in numbers and high in enthusiasm this season. Head coach Daryl Schlender is leading a squad of 26 athletes, a substantial increase over past years, and spirit is high. "We had a...
  • Strong Bacon Academy fencing team has lots of experience

    Michael Vinickas, coach of Bacon Academy's fencing team, said that there are about 18 students fencing competitively in total for the 2014-2015 season, with about half on the varsity level and half on JV. The team is one-third girls, with six competing...
  • For many area fencers, Richard F. Oles Charm City Classic offers chance to combine skill, thrill

    For many area fencers, Richard F. Oles Charm City Classic offers chance to combine skill, thrill
    Dressed in all-white protective gear and wearing a mask, Chris Hoffmann lunged forward. When his blade made contact with his partner, a green light flashed and a shrill bell sounded inside Catonsville's Academies of Fencing in Baltimore practice gym....
  • Fencers take a stab at success in top competitions

    Fencers take a stab at success in top competitions
    For Esther Bentolila, the right mindset is the first step to success in fencing. "It is a lot like chess," said Bentolila, 14, who recently earned a gold medal at a national tournament in Columbus, Ohio, with a 15-10 victory over New Jersey's Casey...
  • Fencing: Harvard-Westlake's Justin Yoo gets silver and bronze at World Championships

     Justin Yoo, a junior at Harvard-Westlake, won a silver medal in cadet and a bronze medal in Junior epee at the men's fencing World Championships last week in Bulgaria. He's the first U.S. fencer to win individual medals at both the Junior and Cadet...
  • Recipe: Eggplant stuffed with lamb and pine nuts

    Recipe: Eggplant stuffed with lamb and pine nuts
    Total time: 1 hour, 30 minutes Servings: 6 Note: Silky stuffed eggplant is a wonderfully satisfying dish for casual late summer and early fall entertaining. It can be made in advance and reheated just before serving. 3 (about 1 pound each) round...
  • Recipe: Turkey in a bag with Molly's Passover vegetable stuffing

    Recipe: Turkey in a bag with Molly's Passover vegetable stuffing
      Active work time: 15 minutes Total preparation time: 4 hours 1 (15-to 20-pound) turkey Molly's Passover vegetable stuffing, cooled 1/4 cup oil 1 cup apricot preserves Salt Freshly ground black pepper Heat the oven to 325 degrees. Clean the...
  • Mystery trail focuses eco attention on Fairview Park

    Mystery trail focuses eco attention on Fairview Park
    Walkers young and old stroll along a recently enhanced trail in Fairview Park, marking the cleared pathway with their footprints, which get criss-crossed by the occasional bike tires rolling through. The nearly 400-foot-long path stretches east to west,...
  • 'Walking Dead' recap: Worms in the garden

    'Walking Dead' recap: Worms in the garden
    Two weeks into the new season and Rick's dreams of being a post-apocalyptic gentleman farmer come to a bloody end. At least it happened at his own hand and not because of someone else. Just add "had to sacrifice my own pigs" to the laundry list of...