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  • Cooking up some World Cup flavor

    Cooking up some World Cup flavor
    Marcelo Salles' food truck is getting a little more attention now that all eyes are on the World Cup games. But despite the fact that Brazilian culture is in the spotlight, Salles is not convinced that Baltimoreans are ready to embrace what is standard...
  • Like/Dislike with Jesse Albright, farmer

    Like/Dislike with Jesse Albright, farmer
    Farming is a family business for 22-year-old Jesse Albright of Monkton. "I guess you could say that I have been farming all my life," said Albright. "I have been helping my father since I could walk and selling produce at the age of 5." Albright and...
  • Charles A. Powell, electrical engineer

    Charles A. Powell, electrical engineer
    Charles A. Powell, a retired Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. electrical engineer, died of a stroke Saturday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Cockeysville resident was 89. Born in Beaverdam, Va., he moved to Baltimore in 1937 and was a 1941...
  • Eight ways to future-proof your house for retirement

    Eight ways to future-proof your house for retirement
    Slowed by arthritis and worsening foot and ankle problems, Gary Blankenburg, 73, is becoming less mobile as he ages. As stairs grew more difficult, he and his wife Jo, 55, considered selling their two-story Sparks house built in 1922. But years of...
  • The Sun Remembers: May 18-24

    May 18, 1996: Pat Day becomes the first jockey to win the Preakness three straight times as Louis Quatorze leads all the way after finishing 16th at the Kentucky Derby. May 22, 1976: Though his school has no track facilities, Aberdeen's Jerome Deal...
  • Pair seated on bench at Loch Raven Plaza robbed at gunpoint [Crime Log]

    The following is compiled from police reports from the Towson and Cockeysville precincts. Our policy is to include descriptions when there is enough information to make identification possible. Two people seated on a bench in the Loch Raven Plaza were...
  • Bay oysters find a new market

    Bay oysters find a new market
    When Nick Schauman was a toddler, his grandfather, Larry Hunton, taught him how to eat raw oysters. Hunton let his grandson tag along on trips to Lexington Market, where the duo would sit at the raw bar (Schauman sat on top of it) and slurp down oysters...
  • NetworkForGood.com raises $10M, buys GiveCorps

    NetworkForGood.com raises $10M, buys GiveCorps
    A company that helps nonprofits raise money has landed a $10 million investment and is acquiring Baltimore-based competitor GiveCorps for an undisclosed sum. Network For Good, a nonprofit based in Washington, D.C., has created a for-profit subsidiary...
  • Memorial Day marked with crabs, parades, pool openings and solemn celebrations

    Memorial Day marked with crabs, parades, pool openings and solemn celebrations
    Standing over a large tub, Gary Moree sorted crabs and stocked his walk-in cooler Friday at Bay Island Seafood, preparing for the onslaught of Memorial Day weekend customers. The cooler was stacked to the ceiling with bushels of Maryland and Delaware...
  • Eating, shucking and loving the Chesapeake oyster

    Eating, shucking and loving the Chesapeake oyster
    Second of two parts; read first article here. Brian McComas can't quite remember the first oyster he ever ate, but he guesses that before swallowing the slippery seafood, he was "a bit apprehensive." McComas, who with wife Jennifer owns the Ryleigh'...
  • Is The Sun giving DeJuliis a pass? [Letter]

    Is The Sun giving DeJuliis a pass? [Letter]
    Connie DeJuliis, a candidate for the Maryland Senate, probably missed as many or more votes than any other candidate for state office when she served in the House of Delegates ("DeJuliis is sliming Brochin," June 7). Has The Sun failed to do its...