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Fur-free, fabulous and fuming: White House objects to PETA's image of Michelle Obama in new anti-fur adL.A. UnleashedPeople for the Ethical Treatment of Animals certainly meant it as a compliment when the group called First Lady Michelle Obama "Fur-Free and Fabulous" in its latest ad campaign. But the group's intentions apparently don't matter much to the White......
Dining@LargeCharm City Food Tours has started offering tours in Fells Point, taking groups around for 3 1/2 hours of walking and eating. Owned by a group that gives food tours in Washington, the Baltimore operation began about a month ago.......
wpix.comIt looks like straphangers may get to chat on their cell phones after all. Underground subway stations are slated to be wired for cellular and Wi-Fi service by 2014 and officials say signals won't stop at platform edges. Instead, service will extend from...
WDCWShare The doors at the Mazza Gallerie Filene's Basement burst open at 8AM sharp and hundreds of brides from Bethesda, MD to Bloomington, IN raced in to find their dream wedding gown at extreme discounted prices. Gowns that otherwise might cost as much as...
wpix.comAccording to Metro Officials, a Metro Red Line has derailed and slammed into another train between the Takoma Park and Fort Totten station near the Washington, D.C. and Maryland border, during rush hour. The six-car train was reportedly heading toward...
Despite a midday deluge, book lovers turned out in record numbers for the ninth annual National Book Festival in Washington, D.C., on Saturday. The gray morning couldn't dissuade 130,000 people from attending readings and signings on the National Mall...
Associated PressWASHINGTON -- Federal investigators are going to test the automated system that is meant prevent train crashes like the one in Washington, D.C., that killed nine people. Debbie Hersman of the National Transportation Safety Board says investigators are...
Staff reporterSound Transit's new "Link" lightrail trains are just weeks away from carrying passengers through Seattle and down to Tukwila. But after Monday's Metro train accident in Washington D.C. - representatives want to reassure Seattle passengers their system...
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Maryland WeatherThe winter storm headed for the Northeast early Thursday could bring 3 to 7 more inches of snow to Baltimore, capping a winter in which a few more inches hardly seems to matter anymore.But this one will be different - one of the most......
Show TrackerA wildlife group spearheading a petition drive to persuade Discovery Communications to drop an upcoming docu-series starring Sarah Palin plans to launch a provocative ad campaign around the company’s headquarters in Silver Spring, Md. The ads, which...
Sun StaffYou're biting into a California roll, anticipating what you'll eat next from the $26.95 brunch buffet at Perry's, and, suddenly, loud music blares and lip-synching drag queens surround your table, urging your friend to take off his shirt. It is not an...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Brunch, California, Starbucks Corp., Arts
Tribune reporterIf you're heading to Washington for Barack Obama's inauguration and haven't booked a hotel room, the advice is simple: Do it now. Like this minute, now. The city's hotel rooms are not sold out, as a few online searches show, but space is tight and...
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