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  • PetCare_WEBicon
    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, 1 Comment

    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 […]

  • 0430-St.-Casimir
    Celebrating Cultural Day
    April 30, 2014, No comments

    Earlier this month, students at St. Casimir School celebrated Cultural Day, an opportunity for the school community to learn about other countries and cultures from around the globe. As students […]

  • 0430-Katyn
    Remembering officers
    April 30, 2014, No comments

    On Sunday, April 6, an annual remembrance of the Katyn Forest massacre of 1940 drew a crowd to the National Katyn Memorial in Harbor East last weekend. Every year the […]

  • 0416-Living-Stations-(Stand-Alone)
    Living Stations of the Cross
    April 16, 2014, No comments

    Eighth-graders at St. Casimir School in Canton created living montages as they reenacted the Stations of the Cross, a Catholic tradition which begins with Jesus Christ’s arrest and condemnation and […]