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Dining@LargeNeon colors and novelty shapes are not usually the hallmarks of quality food. So I was surprised last week when a colleague who is a serious foodie brought in a mix of peanuts, plain M&Ms and candy corn. I understood......
Reality CheckBucky returns with a recap of last night's Amazing Race. Take it away, Bucky!:The fifth leg of The Amazing Race begins on the border between Sweden and Norway, last week’s Pit Stop, and the Doctors depart first. The instructions tell......
Dining@LargeTomorrow is the Day of the Dead. Particulars of its observance vary throughout Mexico but cemetery visits and the construction of altars are common.Michael Marx once spent the Day of the Dead in a graveyard on the Isla Mujeres off......
The SkinnyOK. So I'm not actually keeping a "food diary," per se, though I have a vague sense that I am supposed to be. In a better world, in which I were a better person, I would be. And even......
The SkinnyI thought I had won. For weeks, I stared down the evil plastic pumpkin near my desk and refused its delicious treats. I knew better than to go near. Instead, I preferred to imagine it was filled with something......
FAU Sports | Sun-Sentinel BlogsUh, Oh. Christmas in Detroit, anyone? Because guess what ??? 2008 is happening all over again. If FAU wins its final two games and finishes the season at 6-6, there is a decent chance they will go bowling, but it......
Tags: Louisiana, Detroit, Marketing, Howard Schnellenberger, Holidays
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsIt???s the holiday season, which means it???s time for some arrogant and ignorant zealots to presume that everyone celebrates what they celebrate. Which means they actually take offense when somebody offers a neutral gesture of goodwill by saying, ???...
Tags: Human Interest, Jesus Christ, Music, Kwanzaa, Surgery
Maryland WeatherFROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Need some quality time with the kids? Try the Benjamin Banneker Planetarium at the Community College of Baltimore County in Catonsville. At 10 a.m. Saturday, the Astronomy program of the School of Mathematics and Science...
Dining@LargeHere's what I have so far. I'll be hearing about more, I'm sure:Cinghiale is offering a $45 fixed price Easter menu along with its full a la carte menu. On the menu: spit-roasted lamb leg with baby carrots, celery root,......
Maryland WeatherAs it does every year, the National Institute of Standards and Technology has released video of what happens when a spark ignites a dry Christmas tree, as compared with one that has been kept fresh and well-watered. It speaks for......
Tags: Science and Technology, Standards, Holidays
Dining@LargeI'm working on it.I'm gathering up: 1) a list of restaurants that are featuring special Christmas Eve menus and events. This photograph, from 2002, shows some of the dishes from Aldo's feast of the seven fishes. I went one year,......
Dining@LargeThese lists of restaurants opening their doors for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are not comprehensive. I did get some replies to my request for information. If you're restaurant isn't listed here, it's because you're not keeping in touch with me.......
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