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  • Drivers, spectators find ways to deal with Grand Prix delay

    Drivers, spectators find ways to deal with Grand Prix delay
    Race organizer and promoter Jay Davidson said there were two reasons for the delay to the start of Friday's activities for the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix -- last week's weather, and giving Baltimore residents as much access to the roads as possible...
  • Natural Perspectives: Murray, Murray, how much did your garden cost?

    Somewhere I read that a person can grow a year's worth of produce for a family of four for $64 in seeds. I don't believe that for a second. My garden is a hole in the ground into which I pour money. With the new Huntington Beach Community Garden well...
  • June in the garden

    Almanac • Average temperatures: High 91 Low 71 Rainfall 7.35 inches • First day of summer: June 21. The Moon 1. Moon phases • New moon June 1 • First quarter June 8 • Full moon June 15 • Last quarter June 23 2....
  • En garde! Fencing competition draws 340 participants

    En garde! Fencing competition draws 340 participants
    Lisa Dobloug, 72, is proof that fencing competitors are not all youngsters. The Washington resident competed Sunday in the 24th annual Charm City Classic, a two-day event at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, for fencers 13 and over. "I am...
  • Fences causing controversy

    Fences causing controversy
    When Michael Novratil and his family moved into a house on Alabama Street two years ago, they got a special bonus from the city: a piece of municipally owned land in the backyard, complete with a fence, that provided a perfect place for their dogs to...
  • 'Not a very good atmosphere' after another slow start leads to Caps loss

    — The NHL's holiday break ended Monday when games resumed around the league, but apparently no one told the Washington Capitals. Facing the Buffalo Sabres at First Niagara Center after a two-day break, the Capitals looked uninspired, rarely...
  • Blackhawks acquire rights to defenseman Montador

    Blackhawks acquire rights to defenseman Montador
    General manager Stan Bowman took his first step toward rebuilding the Chicago Blackhawks' roster for next season when he acquired the negotiating rights to veteran defenseman Steve Montador from the Buffalo Sabres on Wednesday night. Montador will become...
  • Constellation marks launch of Maryland wind farm

    Constellation marks launch of Maryland wind farm
    Pterodactyls. Giant airplane propellers in the sky. Graceful, gliding birds. Blots on the verdant landscape. Among residents of rural Garrett County, the 28 wind turbines now pin-wheeling atop Backbone Mountain conjure many images — some nicer than...
  • Straighten up, sloucher

    Straighten up, sloucher
    Poor posture can make you look 10 pounds heavier. It could sabotage a promotion. And slumped or hunched shoulders are a major reason why back pain affects 80 percent of Americans at some point in their life. "Poor posture isn't just disrespectful; it...
  • It's getting easier to visit Cuba

    It's getting easier to visit Cuba
    WASHINGTON -- Betsy Blades has been curious about Cuba ever since 1959 when she was 15 years old and watched news clips of Fidel Castro’s revolution. The retired social worker from Baltimore, now 68, will seize a chance to visit the forbidden...
  • Burb's Eye View: A man of his sword

    As in life, there’s a tempo and a rhythm to fencing. This is the sword-fighting lesson embodied by Tim Weske. The jabs and strikes are fast — forward motion is helped by good footwork. The parries and retreats are more deliberate and...