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Sun-Sentinel.comPoisonous bites reported to Miami-Dade County Venom Response Team: 4/18/07: Eastern coral snake Army hospital, LA, male victim. Located anti-venom closer to incident. 4/20/07: "Viper Bite" Fl. Hospital, Fish Memorial, male victim. 4/22/07: Puff adder...
Tucked behind busy West Baltimore intersections lies a tiny neighborhood where one home caught the public eye this spring. That's because the homeowner offered his broad, flat front yard as the Baltimore site of "Edible Estates," the project that...
Sun ReporterRevealing that he received a diagnosis of clinical depression this week, Montgomery County Executive Douglas M. Duncan bowed out of the race for governor yesterday, a startling move that reshapes this year's contentious gubernatorial campaign. Duncan's...
Reality CheckI missed this last night, but @marylandzoo on Twitter got me in the loop. Staff members from the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore were featured in a 'Pound for Pound Challenge' segment on last night's Biggest Loser. You can see the......
Tags: Twitter, Inc.
Sun StaffNever mind that snow leopards are supposed to revel in this weather. This one, recently arrived from San Antonio, ventured outside for a minute into the snow and ran back into his enclosure. "He is a Texas boy, and he just hates it," said one of his...
Tags: Druid Hill, Animals, Foods and Beverages, Hot Dogs, San Antonio
Special to the SunLet's say this first: The Baltimore Zoo is one of the finest in the country. But every zoo is different, and sometimes it's fun to check out the animals and exhibits lurking in other cities. Summertime, the season of vacationing and visiting, is an ideal...
Tags: Labor Day, China, Animals, Tiger (animal), Weather Reports
Sun StaffThe city's Board of Estimates is set this morning to hire two attorneys -- for hourly rates up to $375 -- to assist City Council members with a pending federal probe into their finances, hiring practices and official dealings with two local businessmen....
Sun StaffThe entire Baltimore City Council violated the city's ethics law by accepting and, in most cases, not disclosing free parking passes from a company doing business with the city, according to a 13-page opinion released yesterday by the Board of Ethics....
Sun Theater CriticBaltimore's been the hottest ticket on Broadway for four months now. And on Thursday, Mayor Martin O'Malley and his family joined the throngs of true believers when they made a pilgrimage to New York and took in a performance of Hairspray. "We had a...
Tags: Harvey Fierstein, Super Bowl, John Waters, John Joseph, Family
Sun StaffSeveral Baltimore City Council members reported in disclosure forms filed this week that they have returned or destroyed certain gifts of complimentary passes that ethics officials questioned last month. The annual reports also showed that council...
Sun StaffHuh? You said what about the 17-year cicadas? Oh, they're loud, you say. Well, don't bother telling Marian Farabee, who probably can't hear you anyway. Her backyard cicadas are so intense, she jams earplugs into her ears before venturing outside to...
Sun StaffBarbara A. Hoffman glanced around at the inside of her brick ranch home yesterday and reminded herself that the bathrooms need some work. Plumbing and painting mostly. The condition of a state senator's lavatories wouldn't normally enter a conversation...
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