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For The Baltimore SunWe live in an age that glorifies home cooking. Accomplished chefs across the region strive to recreate the flavors, smells and experiences of their grandmothers' kitchens. "Comfort food" is an haute cuisine buzzword. Though it's been open for more...
With its typically flat terrain and agreeable weather, the state of Florida often provides an ideal setting for runners looking for their next 5K or marathon. A variety of running events take place throughout the state and the year, and each brings a...
On Aug, 24, 2011, the earthquake that jolted the East Coast from Georgia to Quebec rattled through the bricks, plaster and paint of one of Baltimore's architectural jewels, the Basilica of the Assumption, sending nearly 1,000 linear feet of cracks through...
Lake Zurich is known for being a quiet, idyllic community. Nestled in southwestern Lake County, it boasts clean air, nature and shrubs. Come June, it also will be the site of the Athleta Iron Girl Lake Zurich Women's Triathlon. In selecting a locale,...
So things have been a little testy between the U.S. and North Korea lately? No need to worry -- Dennis Rodman is over there right now. This whole nuclear-test situation is probably being smoothed over as we speak. That's right. The controversial...
This year’s Waynesboro Area Gala Cancer Auction is taking a hike up Pa. 16. The 32nd annual auction — which has raised nearly $2 million for the Franklin County unit of the American Cancer Society — will be held March 30 at a new...
staff writer, @damichellegADDISON — After Hurricane Sandy hit, several Addison residents were without power for four to five days. Fire Chief Gary Compton said firefighters began talking about what they could do if there was another major weather event or incident that...
It's the season for celebrating. Thousands of graduates will be marching down school auditorium aisles soon to receive their diplomas. Tassels will be flipped, and caps will be tossed in the air in celebration. After the ceremony, parties all across the...
Tags: Graduation, Services and Shopping
L.A. NOWIn their first face-to-face confrontation of the runoff campaign, Los Angeles City Atty. Carmen Trutanich and former lawmaker Mike Feuer agreed on at least one thing: Each has a very different view of what it takes to be the city’s......
With the summer season just around the corner, weddings and events abound. Today's subject is the art of the backup plan. Please know that as a wedding planner, it is always our goal to put in place your perfect plan. That being said, it is of utmost...
Tags: Marriage, Weddings, Services and Shopping, Family
Some Des Plaines residents scored an early victory last week in their ongoing dispute over noise from a banquet hall's outdoor tent facility. The city's zoning board declined to recommend approval of a conditional-use permit for the Lions Gate Pavilion,...
Tiffany Deli, which had announced a "re-grand opening" last summer, is hoping to debut by Valentine's Day, Feb. 14. The restaurant at 505 N. Park Ave. in Winter Park is taking over the spot formerly occupied by Brandywine's Deli, a Central Florida icon...
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