Pedro Alvarez dives into outfield work during first game in right field

Mar 17 12:38pm Sports -
Pedro Alvarez only got one defensive chance Friday during his outfield cotillion in the Orioles’ B game, but his handling of it showed there was little apprehension about the move that could resurrect his career. Alvarez had one defensive chance, a sinking line drive in the right-center field gap....
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Sinai Hospital is hosting a pair of events in one night for entrepreneurs

Mar 17 12:36pm Baltimore
The hopsital's bioincubator is hosting SmartLogic's Yair Flicker for a talk about hiring. Then, it's BioBuzz.
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Should Melo Trimble stay for his senior season?

Mar 17 12:10pm Sports -
The lead was long gone, the comeback was short-lived and the Maryland men’s basketball season was about to end. As Melo Trimble watched the last of his 15 shots and nine 3-point attempts in Thursday’s 76-65 loss to 11th seed Xavier fall short, the junior guard shook his head. The reality that Trimble’s...
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CRABCAKE: Annapolis Film Festival 2017, Before The West Coast (March 2017)

Mar 17 12:00pm The Maryland Crabs Podcast
This is a Crabcake from The Maryland Crabs!  What is a Crabcake? Well, it's a very short snippet of something you need to know. It might be 5 minutes long..or it might be 20.  In any event, enjoy your Maryland Crabcake!   ANNAPOLIS FILM FESTIVAL | BEFORE THE WEST COAST SHOWINGS: Maryland Hall, Friday, March 31, 2:30pm United Asbury Methodist Church, Saturday, April 1, 3:00pm Tickets and Passes: CLICK HERE A federal court ruling in 1967 brought all-black St. Augustine High School into Louisiana's all-white Catholic high school sports association. Newly appointed Head Football Coach Otis Washington would face relentless adversity in the years that followed --- a playoff berth lost on a coin toss, discriminatory officiating, unfavorable rulings from the school board, and a championship game defeat --- while cultivating an innovative offensive style of play still used today. In this Crabcake, we hopped on the phone with Oyd Craddock who wrote, directed and produced the film. Oyd also played on that magical team that won the championship in 1975.  We talk about the film and what made him decide to tell this story. We discuss the racial biases and attacks endured..and the determination shown by a coach and a team.   Before the West Coast on Facebook...
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Pugh: City moved permit process online

Mar 17 11:27am Baltimore
Mayor Catherine Pugh sounded a couple of innovation notes during her State of the City address.
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Style Spotting @ Top Singles Party Baltimore Magazine

Mar 17 11:03am Baltimore SNAP
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Baltimore area girls lacrosse coaches drawn back to their alma maters

Mar 17 11:00am High School Sports -
Growing up in Annapolis, Mindy Jones wanted to play lacrosse for St. Mary's High School practically from the moment she picked up a stick. Almost as soon as she put on a Saints uniform, she knew she wanted to coach there one day, too.
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Tillman explains the decision to get a cortisone shot (Ondrusek released)

Mar 17 9:38am
Chris Tillman is one of those guys who hates when he’s not doing something. And he knew that if he had a cortisone shot in his aching right shoulder that he’d be sidelined for another 10 days or so during a spring in which he has been idle way too long for his liking already. […] The post Tillman explains the decision to get a cortisone shot (Ondrusek released) appeared first on
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Chris Tillman improving after cortisone shot, but still has long-term health in mind

Mar 17 9:32am Sports -
Orioles right-hander Chris Tillman, in the face of what outwardly seemed like a setback with his aching right shoulder, was optimistic Friday that a cortisone shot earlier this week will get him back on a path toward a return and hasn’t altered his outlook that he wants to do the recovery right...
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CRABCAKE: Annapolis Film Festival, The Night Watchmen (March 2017)

Mar 17 9:00am The Maryland Crabs Podcast
This is a Crabcake from The Maryland Crabs!  What is a Crabcake? Well, it's a very short snippet of something you need to know. It might be 5 minutes long..or it might be 20.  In any event, enjoy your Maryland Crabcake! WARNING: Around 8:00, Zu Coffee makes some kind of really loud drink and the levels go crazy. It is only for about :30. #Sorry   ANNAPOLIS FILM FESTIVAL | THE NIGHT WATCHMEN SHOWINGS: Annapolis Elementary, Friday, March 31, 9:30pm Tickets and Passes: CLICK HERE Three inept night watchmen, aided by a young rookie and a fearless tabloid journalist, fight an epic battle for their lives against a horde of hungry vampires. In this Crabcake, we met with Ken Arnold at Zu Coffee in Annapolis. He is a local man who wrote, directed and produced the film. We discussed the film itself, what the future holds for him, and what it was like to film most of it right here in Annapolis in the old Capital newspaper building.  The Night Watchmen (website) @TNWMovie (twitter)    ...
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State Roundup, March 17, 2017

Mar 17 8:34am
Black Caucus fails to sway Senate panel on bail reform as it approves only allowing misdemeanor cases released without bond; House passes revised Hogan budget, sends it on to Senate; Senate OKs paid sick leave with a veto-proof margin; Mongtomery senators seek to alter Gov. Hogan’s deal with Marriott International; fracking protesters arrested as Sen. Carter Conway says she’ll move bills out of committee; beer bills sure to foment brouhaha in Annapolis; House OKs bill to curb kiddie school expulsions; Maryland judges joins Hawaii in halting President Trump’s latest travel ban; and news outlets around Maryland begin looking at how Trump budget could affect the state.
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Senate approves extra funding for Md. Public TV if Trump cuts aid

Mar 17 8:07am
Starting next year live C-Span style deliberations of the Maryland House and Senate could be televised and live streamed during the last two weeks of each session, under a provision in a bill to support Maryland Public Television should Congress cut funding to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting as President Trump has proposed.
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Broccoli Cheese Soup

Mar 17 8:00am minxeats - recipes, recaps, and restaurant reviews
Most broccoli cheese soups I've had are as thick as paste and is about as tasty. The broccoli is often mushy and flatulent, well past the point of overcooked. And forget canned versions; I find them abominable.Homemade soup, on the other hand, can be quite delicious. And no, you don't need a crock pot (not for anything in my book). Broccoli cheese soup is actually quite quick, especially if you don't roast the broccoli first. But why not? Roasting adds another layer of flavor, and it can be done while you're prepping the other veg.There's also no need for a gloppy texture. Just don't use so much flour!This soup is somewhat lean in that I didn't use whole milk or half and half, as some recipes call for. Much of the broth's flavor comes from bottled dry hard cider (but a light beer will also work) and chicken stock. It's roux-thickened, so there's not really any need for tons of dairy. And it doesn't need more than a cup and a half of cheese--it's not fondue, after all.I think this soup is perfect on a cold winter day, especially like the snowy one we just had. In fact, this was dinner that very day, accompanied by hot buttered toast. It would also work well using a small head of cauliflower in place of the broccoli. Even a pound of button mushrooms, sliced and sauteed in butter, would make a good substitute for the broccoli-averse.Broccoli Cheese Soup2 heads broccoliOlive oilSalt4 tablespoons butter4 tablespoons flour1 medium carrot, diced1/2 red bell pepper, diced1 clove garlic, minced1 cup chopped onion1 cup dry hard cider2 cups chicken stock2 cups 2\% milk4 shakes Worcestershire sauceFreshly ground nutmeg (1/8 - 1/4 teaspoon, or to taste)Freshly ground black pepper (as much as you like)Tabasco sauce6 ounces shredded sharp white cheddar cheesePreheat oven to 425°F.Trim broccoli stems. Cut into small florets. Peel the stems and cut into chunks. Arrange in one layer on a foil-lined baking sheet, drizzle with olive oil and a big pinch of salt. Roast for 20 minutes, or until florets start to char a bit on the edges. Remove from the oven and allow to cool.In a soup pot or dutch oven, melt the butter and stir in the flour until a paste forms. Add the carrot, pepper, and onion and cook, stirring frequently, for 3-4 minutes, until veg start to soften and everything smells good. Pour in the cider, stock, and milk and bring to a simmer. Season with the Worcestershire...
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2017 Girls Lacrosse By The Numbers

Mar 17 8:00am High School Sports -
1 Addition to the IAAM A Conference — Glenelg Country, which finished 19-0 last year in the B Conference 12 Average margin of victory in last year's state championships won by Dulaney, Glenelg and Manchester Valley 182 Draw controls won last season by McDonogh's Maddie Jenner...
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2017 Girls Lacrosse Players to Watch

Mar 17 8:00am High School Sports -
Andie Aldave, McDonogh, senior, midfielder: A two-time All-Metro first-team selection and veteran of the U.S. Under-19 national team, Aldave contributes in many ways to the Eagles' success all over the field. She had 43 goals and 34 assists last year along with six interceptions. She has signed...
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2017 Girls Lacrosse Preseason Poll

Mar 17 8:00am High School Sports -
1. McDonogh Coach: Chris Robinson Last season: 22-0, ranked No. 1 Postseason: IAAM A Conference champion Outlook: After graduating five starters, the Eagles have some big shoes to fill, but it's been that way all through their run to 155 straight wins and eight straight A Conference championships....
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Thomas Dolby has a new Johns Hopkins gig

Mar 17 7:58am Baltimore
The 80s pop star and innovator is still within Johns Hopkins, leading a program called Music for New Media.
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Spring Training Primer: Alvarez to get first OF action; Lees nervous night; a dramatic tie

Mar 17 7:00am
What’s happening: Today will be the day that Pedro Alvarez begins his outfield experiment for real. At least kind of for real. He’ll be playing right field in a “B game” on a backfield in Sarasota against mostly Pittsburgh Pirates minor leaguers. Got that? The contest will last roughly seven innings and Orioles’ regulars Chris […] The post Spring Training Primer: Alvarez to get first OF action; Lee’s nervous night; a dramatic tie appeared first on
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What The Puck Episode 167 Capitals California Collapse

Mar 17 6:29am Baltimore Sports Report
On this episode we discuss the trip out west that the Capitals gathered no points.  Does this slump hurt their chances in the post season?  We also discuss Shattenkirk’s suspension and whether we should have expected this type of play from him.  Plus we talk about the USA Women’s Hockey team sitting out Worlds. The post What The Puck Episode 167 – Capitals California Collapse appeared first on Baltimore Sports Report.
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Maryland Womens basketball takes on Bucknell in NCAA Tournament

Mar 17 5:00am Stories Beneath the Shell
By Connor Bell. The University of Maryland takes on Bucknell University on its own home court today at noon in the first round of the women’s NCAA Tournament. To many, Maryland seemed a bit low on the seeding scale, receiving a No. 3 seed in their region of the bracket despite being a four seed in […]...
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Impact Night Inspires Members of UMDs Do Good Challenge

Mar 17 2:18am Stories Beneath the Shell
by Jillian Atelsek Participants of UMD’s Do Good Challenge gathered in Stamp Wednesday evening for Impact Night, an event focused on refining communication skills to help students share their ideas and goals of potential service projects with a wider audience. While many universities have service projects or charitable drives, the Do Good Challenge is unique […]...
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Boys lacrosse Top 5 Countdown: No. 2 Boys' Latin

Mar 17 12:00am High School Sports -
Varsity Letters continues its look at the area's top five teams -- one day away from revealing The Sun's preseason No. 1. Please check back tomorrow to see who starts the season with the top spot.  From there, the entire top 15 poll, along with the top players to watch, will be available online...
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No. 11 Xavier ousts No. 6 Maryland in first round of NCAA tournament

Mar 16 11:19pm Stories Beneath the Shell
The No. 11 Xavier Musketeers overcame a halftime deficit to rattle off a 14-0 scoring run in the second period en route to a 76-65 victory over the No. 6 Maryland Terrapins. Reminiscent of their early Big Ten Tournament exit at the hands of Northwestern, Maryland again failed to score a basket for long stretches […]...
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Maryland unable to shake slump, falls to Xavier in NCAA tournament Round of 64

Mar 16 9:12pm Sports -
Sixth-seeded Maryland saw its season close with a similar storyline in a 76-65 loss to 11th-seeded Xavier in the NCAA tournament's Round of 64 at Amway Center.
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Santander is getting his elbow checked out why that might help him remain with the Orioles

Mar 16 6:38pm
Anthony Santander, one of two outfielders the Orioles selected in the Rule 5 draft this winter, underwent a MRA of his right elbow Thursday and will be shelved for a few days. It’s bad news in that it will make it more difficult for the Orioles to evaluate Santander’s ability to play defense before a […] The post Santander is getting his elbow checked out — why that might help him remain with the Orioles appeared first on
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Ravens sign veteran cornerback Brandon Carr, not Morris Claiborne

Mar 16 4:03pm Sports -
Former Dallas Cowboy has started every game of his nine-year career...
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These 6 startups are lined up to pitch the Ravens at Light City

Mar 16 12:38pm Baltimore
The pitch competition closes out Light City's SocialLab event on April 6.
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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph The 48 Jeanneau Sailboat Kelly Dee Basks in the Morning Sunshine at an Eastport Dock Thursday March 16th 2017

Mar 16 12:26pm Annapolis Experience Blog
It Feels Like Winter Yet Looks Like Summer Click on Photograph to Enlarge With the midmorning temperatures around 34 degrees today’s somewhat diminished winds, as compared to the last few of days, still made it feel 20’sh or so here in Annapolis and even cooler along the waterfront. Anyway I dropped off a belated Click on the following link to read the complete post Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • The 48′ Jeanneau Sailboat Kelly Dee Basks in the Morning Sunshine at an Eastport Dock • Thursday March 16th 2017...
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Michael Pantelides; His Plans as He Tries for a Second Term as Mayor of Annapolis (E-30)

Mar 16 12:01pm The Maryland Crabs Podcast
It's not easy being Mayor of the Capital city of the wealthiest state in the country. But Michael Pantelides is that guy; and he is running for a second term.  The Maryland Crabs sat down with Mayor Pantelides a bit ago, and now we talk to Candidate Pantelides and see how he plans to win a second term. He pulls no punches with one of his Democrat opponents, Senator John Astle (who we spoke with as well). He lays out his vision for the environment and the business community. He discusses his upcoming book The Book of Bad Ideas (J/K), and his frustration when people interrupt him during one of the few times he can take his Mayor's Hat off.  The elections are coming up, so make sure you catch all of our upcoming episodes--we will be all over it! Make sure you follow Mayor Michael Pantelides all over the place including: @MayorPantelides (Official Twitter) @VotePantelides (Campaign Twitter) City Of Annapolis - Mayor's Office (Official Website) Mike Pantelides for Mayor (Campaign Website) Mayor Michael Pantelides (Official Facebook) Mike Pantelides for Mayor of Annapolis (Campaign Facebook) NOTE: John edited this episode while if it is not up to the par of Tim's outstanding editing--now you know why! And a special thanks to our sponsors this week including... Union Jacks and a thanks again to Governor Hogan for the plug! Thank you to everyone who wrote with suggestions for upcoming episodes. We are on it.   Coming up -- Alex Pline, an advocate for biking in Maryland and a member of the Annapolis Transportation Commission talks about the changes with parking in Annapolis, Maryland Comptroller, Peter Franchot who pulls no punches wth the legislature. Travis Pastrana will be here, the developer behind one of the most controversial projects in Annapolis, and.... well that woudl spoil it...just subscribe and be surprised! BIG NEWS:  We are now on the app tunein.  So if you use tunein...well... tune in. As an added bonus, if you have an Amazon Echo---you can say Alexa, play The Maryland Crabs Podcast and she will fetch the latest episode from tunein. How cool is that? We are now on iHeartRADIO!  So if you listen to iHeartRADIO, you can listen, rate, share, subscribe, favorite right there.  Here's the direct link! If you are just joining us.... make sure you check out some (or all) of our previous episodes? You really should. They...
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This look at Baltimore open data shows the blocks (and fire hydrants) with the most parking tickets

Mar 16 11:26am Baltimore
Rice Injury Attorneys did a deep dive into parking citations.
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College Corner: Gavin Sheets, son of a former Oriole, is carving his own legacy at Wake Forest

Mar 16 11:00am
Growing up, Gavin Sheets was a better golfer than a baseball player. So much better that his dad suggested he push aside baseball to concentrate on golf. That’s never an easy conversation, especially since the kid’s father, Larry Sheets, knows a bit about baseball. The elder Sheets spent eight seasons in the big leagues — […] The post College Corner: Gavin Sheets, son of a former Oriole, is carving his own legacy at Wake Forest appeared first on
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Sinclair helps form new group to boost next-gen broadcast standard

Mar 16 10:00am Baltimore
Combining over-the-air TV and mobile devices? It's coming, apparently.
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Two Maryland basketball seniors and a certain junior could be playing for final time in NCAA Tournament

Mar 16 9:00am Sports -
Maryland seniors Damonte Dodd and L.G. Gill will be playing the final game(s) of their college careers during the NCAA tournament, where the sixth-seeded Terps take on No. 11 seed Xavier in the NCAA first full round here today at the Amway Center.
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State Roundup, March 16, 2017

Mar 16 8:22am
House of Delegates gives preliminary OK to Gov. Hogan’s $43.5 billion budget after restoring most of Hogan’s spending cuts; lawmakers compromise of transportation bill, delaying transit scoring for two years; Hogan promises veto of paid sick leave bills, calling them jobs killers and campaign tools; bill to lengthen statute of limitations of victims filing suit for child abuse likely to pass; another Hogan nominee withdraws from consideration; judicial panel orders Senate president, House speaker deposed on gerrymandering; and federal judge in Maryland joins Hawaii in blocking President Trump’s latest travel ban.
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Postscript from Ohio State at Towson men's lacrosse

Mar 16 8:00am Sports -
For the first time in two years, Towson will go more than seven days without playing a game, and considering how Wednesday's 6-3 loss to No. 17 Ohio State at Johnny Unitas Stadium unfolded, a bye this weekend may be the perfect remedy for what's ailing the team.
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Spring Training Primer: Lees first start; Smith still not playing; Nuno on WBC atmosphere

Mar 16 7:00am
What’s happening: Lefty Chris Lee, one of the top pitching prospects in the Orioles’ organization, gets his first Grapefruit League start tonight against the Philadelphia Phillies at Ed Smith Stadium. It’s a major stretch to call this an audition for the open spot in the rotation – one created by Chris Tillman’s shoulder injury — […] The post Spring Training Primer: Lee’s first start; Smith still not playing; Nuno on WBC atmosphere appeared first on
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Rotation auditions for Chris Lee, Gabriel Ynoa on tap for Orioles this week

Mar 16 7:00am Sports -
The next two days the Orioles will hold auditions for rotation candidates who, if it not for Chris Tillman's shoulder injury and their own intriguing performances this spring, might not be getting this opportunity.
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Poly track's Will Henderson a jack of all trades, master at plenty

Mar 16 5:00am Sports -
Will Henderson of Poly keeps a busy practice schedule throughout the spring track and field season.
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Paid sick leave bills dead in the water, Hogan says, promising veto

Mar 15 11:26pm
By Len Lazarick The paid sick leave bills making their way through the legislature “are dead on arrival” if they reach his desk, Gov. Larry Hogan declared Wednesday. He promised reporters “I will veto them immediately” because they have the potential to kill thousands of jobs and “are disastrous for our economy.” He called […]...
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The Caw Episode 154 Ravens Free Agency

Mar 15 10:20pm Baltimore Sports Report
On this episode, we discuss the newest Ravens and the Ravens that have left. We talk about Brandon Williams getting paid and what he brings to the table. Plus we talk about the Tony Jefferson and Danny Woodhead means for the defense and offense. The post The Caw Episode 154 – Ravens Free Agency appeared first on Baltimore Sports Report.
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No. 1 St. Frances girls headed to DICK's Nationals basketball tournament

Mar 15 7:38pm High School Sports -
The No. 1 St. Frances girls basketball team received a bid Wednesday to play in the DICK's Sporting Goods High School Nationals tournament this month in New York.
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Maryland basketball hits the reset button in advance of NCAA Tournament

Mar 15 6:56pm Sports -
Maryland (24-8), which received a surprising sixth seed despite its late-season slide, will play No. 11 seed Xavier (21-13) in the first full round of the NCAA tournament Thursday at the Amway Center. Tip-off is scheduled for 6:50 p.m. and will be televised on TNT.
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Notable local finalist for 2017 James Beard Awards

Mar 15 6:37pm Dining Dish
The finalists for the food world's Oscars, the 2017  James Beard Awards were announced today and two standouts from Baltimore made the list.First, Cindy Wolf as Best Mid Atlantic Chef - she is so good she gets nominated every year and she is due, do you hear me James Beard Award committee! Chef Wolf has been at the culinary helm of the ForemanWolf Restaurant Group - Charleston, Petite Louis, Cinghiale, Johnny's,  and Bar Vasquez.Under the category of Personal Essay - our newly transplanted Brooklynite Allison Robicelli whose story In Sickness, in Health, in White Castle on website Food52 has garnished a big nod and nomination.  She and her husband owners of the well-known Robicelli's Bakery came to Baltimore about a year ago. Since then they have been through a number of trial and tribulations, a lot reflected in the story.  What I have learned that Allison's creative wit and charm comes through even in the darkest of times.  Way to go Allison - Dining Dish is rooting you on!Always making faces for the camera - Allison Robicelli with her husband Matt. Restaurant awards will be held in Chicago the beginning of May and the media awards at Chelsea Pier in New York.
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Pitcher Zach Stewart hoping two-year stay in KBO pays off with Orioles

Mar 15 5:27pm Sports -
Without trivializing a move halfway around the world with a wife and two children, Orioles reliever Zach Stewart doesn't make his two-season sojourn to South Korea to revitalize his career sound like too much of a hardship. The hard part, the one that will decide whether those years abroad were...
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Myriad Orioles Thoughts: Ubaldos control, Pedros bat, Pirates pirated lineup

Mar 15 4:53pm
Here’s the good news: Ubaldo Jimenez became the first Orioles starter to go at least four innings in the spring, when he lasted 4 2/3 Wednesday against the Pittsburgh Pirates. He allowed just two hits, and struck out five while throwing 75 pitches – a very solid number for this time of year. He was […] The post Myriad Orioles Thoughts: Ubaldo’s control, Pedro’s bat, Pirates’ pirated lineup appeared first on
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College Park residents support turning historic abandoned building on Calvert Road into day care center

Mar 15 4:27pm Stories Beneath the Shell
By Alicia Cherem The City of College Park is planning on converting a former historic school building on Calvert Road into a daycare facility center in partnership with the University of Maryland. The renovation will cost around $6 million, with the City of College Park only investing about $800,000. The project will be finished in […]...
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Orioles' Ubaldo Jimenez battles control, Pedro Alvarez debuts in 6-5 loss to Pirates

Mar 15 3:55pm Sports -
Orioles right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez battled his control throughout Wednesday afternoon against the Pittsburgh Pirates at LECOM Park. Despite issuing five walks, he became the first Orioles starter to pitch into the fifth inning this spring training.
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Birds Eye View Episode 192: Thank You Girl

Mar 15 1:26pm Baltimore Sports Report
Leading Off Bird’s Eye View goes old school, by lifting a Beatles song title. Jake took to his underground bunker in the basement, as Snowpacalypse 2017 descends upon us. Get ready for The Snowtorious BIG with this week’s episode of Bird’s Eye View. OK, so perhaps a bit dramatic, but the health and wellness of Chris […] The post Bird’s Eye View – Episode 192: Thank You Girl appeared first on Baltimore Sports Report.
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Orioles left-hander Vidal Nuno returns from World Baseball Classic

Mar 15 1:05pm Sports -
Orioles left-hander Vidal Nuno, who was away from the club for 10 days participating in the World Baseball Classic, returned to camp Wednesday ready to resume his preparation for the upcoming season.
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Notes on a pair of recent Maryland moves

Mar 15 12:53pm Baltimore
A cybersecurity company jumped from Annapolis to Columbia, while a biotech firm set up shop in Annapolis Junction.
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Million Women Mentors now has a Maryland chapter

Mar 15 12:06pm Baltimore
The local chapter of the three-year-old national organization has a focus on women in STEM careers.
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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph Two Ladders Atop an Original 1913 Gambrel Style Sheet Metal Roof Wednesday March 15th 2017

Mar 15 11:50am Annapolis Experience Blog
Early 20th Century Dutch Colonial Architecture Click on Photograph to Enlarge As the sounds of the morning traffic began to echo across the Historic District, seemingly earlier than normal or perhaps its just that I haven’t adjusted to the change in daylight savings time, I found myself detouring off the more heavily traveled streets Click on the following link to read the complete post Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Two Ladders Atop an Original 1913 Gambrel Style Sheet Metal Roof • Wednesday March 15th 2017...
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Ravens releasing starting center Jeremy Zuttah

Mar 15 11:20am Sports -
Team now has questions at both center and right tackle after releasing its starting center of the past three years.
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Check out these free talks on the future of cities

Mar 15 10:40am Baltimore
Tonight, a look at blending arts, tech and manufacturing. Tomorrow, two experts take on the topic of regional migration.
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ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay has Ravens selecting wide receiver John Ross

Mar 15 10:37am Sports -
Former Washington standout ran a record 4.22 at NFL scouting combine.
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Orioles right-hander Chris Tillman to receive cortisone shot for ailing shoulder

Mar 15 10:03am Sports -
Orioles right-hander Chris Tillman is scheduled to receive a cortisone injection in his right shoulder to help alleviate his lingering soreness, manager Buck Showalter said Wednesday.
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