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By Eileen Ambrose, The Baltimore Sun | April 3, 2012
Give anyone age 40 and older a time machine and they would likely go back to their early 20s — to open an IRA. That's because by 40, many of us have learned the miracle of compound earnings over time. We kick ourselves for not socking away even tiny sums in a tax-sheltered individual retirement account when we were younger. Consider the math: A 22-year-old who invests $100 a month in an IRA for 10 years and then stops will end up with more money at age 65 than a 32-year-old who saves $100 a month in an IRA for 33 years.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2012
Don't miss Susan Reimer's story in Wednesday's Taste section on deviled eggs. It's not about making them yourself. It's about ordering them up in restaurants. They're quite the thing these days, and Reimer's story takes in the deviled eggs at Woman's Industrial Kitchen and Woodberry Kitchen, where Spike Gjerde is using a recipe borrowed, with a few tweaks, from his mother-in law. "Otherwise, it is just the classic mayonnaise, Gulden's mustard, salt and pepper," Gjerde said.  "And a tiny bit of fish pepper powder that we make here.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Susan Reimer, The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2012
When Irene Smith took over Baltimore's Woman's Industrial Kitchen last fall, she was determined to return it to its rightful place as a lunchroom where American home cooking is celebrated. What better way to do that, she thought, than to restore the classic deviled egg to the menu? "Deviled eggs," she said, "are so integrated into American iconography that every maker of fine china also makes a deviled egg plate. "Even the hot dog doesn't have its own plate. " The deviled egg, a staple on the Easter menu — what else are you going to do with all those hard-boiled eggs?
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March 27, 2012
Area churches, community centers, clubs and others, in Baltimore county and city are sponsoring egg hunts and Easter-related activities for children, offering plenty of opportunities to hop on over to one near you. Arbutus Breakfast with the Easter Bunny, Violetville United Methodist Church, 3648 Coolidge Ave., Saturday, March 31, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. "Eggstra" special fare, bake sale and carryout items. 410-525-3191. Lansdowne Easter Bunny Breakfast, Lansdowne Volunteer Fire Department, 140 Laverne Ave. Pancakes, bacon, sausage, eggs, toast, coffee, tea, juice and hot chocolate.
NEWS
By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2012
If you wanted to use your late husband's frozen sperm to have a baby, you would need his written permission under legislation that appears poised for approval in the Maryland General Assembly. The House and Senate have both passed bills that would make it illegal to use a dead person's preserved genetic material to reproduce without the notarized, written agreement of the donor. The legislation seeks to bring clarity to an area of the law that has been murky since the first test-tube babies were conceived.
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By Katie V. Jones | February 5, 2012
It didn't take long to discover that a balloon wasn't going to work. After breaking first one egg in a hot-air balloon like contraption, then another attempting to stuff it into a balloon filled with cotton balls, friends Sarah Krammer, 12, Lucy Yezulinas, 12, Jessica Lang, 13, and Megan Jones, 12, nixed that idea completely. "It exploded," Sarah, 12, said, of the egg inside the balloon. "It got a little sticky. " Several eggs later, the team of seventh graders from St. John Catholic School in Westminster created a contraption that successfully protected a large egg from cracking upon a drop of 4 meters.
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January 23, 2012
Protecting an egg with a half millimeter-thick shell from breaking after dropping it from four meters high is a challenge that students from 10 area elementary and middle schools are gladly undertaking in Notre Dame Preparatory School's Fourth Annual Egg Drop Contest. Participating Harford County schools are: St. Margaret, of Bel Air, St. Stephen of Bradshaw, and Harford Day School, of Bel Air. Competition rules stipulate teams must be 100 percent female; Notre Dame Prep is an all-girls Catholic high school in Baltimore.
NEWS
By Timothy B. Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun | January 8, 2012
A New York company that makes vanilla rugelach sold in Maryland stores is recalling the product because it contains undeclared eggs, which may cause a life-threatening illness if consumed by anyone with an allergy or severe sensitivity to eggs. Bloch's Best Inc., doing business as Laromme of Monsey, N.Y., is pulling its Laromme brand vanilla rugelach because the 14-oz. round containers do not list eggs among the ingredients. The product was distributed in stores in Massachusetts, Maryland and New Jersey, according to the release posted on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration website.
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January 2, 2012
Employees from the U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC) recently afforded 24 high school students in Joppatowne High School's pre-engineering program the opportunity to experience real-world research and development processes conducted at ECBC. The group of juniors and seniors traversed a wide range of engineering career fields, and they were able to interact with subject matter experts that specialize in areas such as rapid prototyping, 3D laser scanning, and robotics detection.
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