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  • COVER
    Latino Fest
    June 25, 2014, No comments

    For many residents of the Southeast, the summer’s ethnic festivals are all about the food. Last weekend’s LatinoFest was no exception.

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    Father’s Day Look-A-Like Contest
    June 25, 2014, No comments

    Eastpoint Mall celebrated Fathers Day with their fourth annual Father-Child Look-Alike Contest. All the dad contestants credited the moms for persuading them to enter the contest. Winners, from left are: […]

  • COVER
    Savoring victory
    June 11, 2014, No comments

    Players and coaches from Hampstead Hill Academy savor their championship victory in Councilman Jim Kraft’s Southeast School’s Baseball League. Kraft is at back left; Hampstead Hill Principal Matt Hornbeck stands […]

  • Rose Robinson celebrates her catch with her father, Scott. - Photo by Erik Zygmont
    Fishing Festival a big hit
    June 11, 2014, No comments

    Get some kids together; add live animals into the mix; and an infectious wonder will spread to all present. Last Saturday was the annual Fishing Festival, an event geared toward […]

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    Firefighter of the Year
    June 11, 2014, No comments

    As is their yearly custom, in April the Exchange Club of Highlandtown-Canton honored the Baltimore City Firefighter of the Year. This year, the winner was Richard D. Smith, with plaque.

  • letterstotheeditor
    To the Editor – June 11, 2014
    June 11, 2014, No comments

    Candidates forum publicity needed to be better To the Editor: Why, why, why was there so little publicity about the 46th District candidates’ forum last week? My husband and I […]

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    Pet Care: No puppies in public?!
    May 28, 2014, No comments

    When you get a new puppy, what’s the first thing you want to do, aside from posting hundreds of photos on Facebook? You want to take your puppy out and […]

  • Maegan James of Baltimore’s Make Believers gets ready to eat pie until she finds hidden treasure. It was one of the many absurd tasks faced by competitors in this
year’s Kinetic Sculpture Race, an annual event held by the American Visionary Art
Museum. - Photo by Erik Zygmont
    Kinetic Sculpture Race amazes, again
    May 7, 2014, No comments

    Patterson Park–and the rest of the city–saw strange visitors last week in the form of kinetic sculptures–artistic, wheeled, human-powered vehicles designed to move through streets, sand and water–last weekend. The [& ...

  • letterstotheeditor
    To the Editor – May 7, 2014
    May 7, 2014, No comments

    Hammen brings revitalization to Southeast To the Editor, Delegate Hammen was unduly modest about his accomplishments in 2013 in last week’s article. His intelligent and effective approach to community development […]

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    Pet Care: Poopy problems: hooks, rounds
    May 7, 2014, No comments

    Hooks, rounds and whips—all types of worms—are the intestinal parasites that can cause all sorts of icky issues for not only your pet, but you too. …Eww… Hookworms are blood […]