Leola Marshall claims that she got a something extra in the bag with the egg-and-cheese breakfast sandwich she picked up Friday at Lexington Market: A live mouse, which she photographed on her cell phone before turning it over to market management. The health department said it checked into the complaint and found no evidence of a rodent infestation but closed the vendor down anyway because of other violations. ... Baltimore florist Sandy Riley appears on the Style Network on Tuesday, on an episode of Whose Wedding Is It Anyway? The owner of Richardson's Flowers & Gifts was called in to solve a knotty dilemma: A bride who is severely allergic to flowers. The solution: white orchids, which are free of fragrance. ... Think your public servants were whooping it up in Sin City during that shopping center convention? Think again, said Ed Hale, one of the many developers who followed them out there. "It's looked on as a boondoggle, everybody's out there in Sodom and Gomorrah. I swear on my daughter's eyeballs, who just graduated from Goucher College today, you can't have fun. It's hard work." He added: "I didn't gamble one penny." ... Hale wasn't gambling in the sense of slots, but he was trying to pull off a humongous deal. It's retail and it's for Canton and he's very close and that's about all he'd say. He added that if it he pulls it off, the project would be "remarkable." ... Also popping up, Where's Waldo-like, in Vegas last week: Bob and Kendel Ehrlich. I hear they played lots of craps and crossed paths at least once with the guy who got them evicted from Government House. ... Chris Wilcox of the Seattle SuperSonics appeared with Mayor Dixon last week to say he'd speak with kids at recreation centers this summer, The Sun's Annie Linskey reports. Wilcox was slightly off message, admitting that some people can't be persuaded to talk to police. "I don't know how you do that," he said. "There are some people in the street who will not talk." ... State Sen. Andy Harris said he wasn't being coy when he announced last week that he'd formed an exploratory committee. He can't legally declare himself a candidate against U.S. Rep. Wayne Gilchrest until the Federal Elections Commission has his paperwork in hand. "But I tell you right now, the paperwork is in the process," he said.