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April 19, 1994
Mr. Baseball is on-call to answer questions from readers on all baseball-related topics. Be it a thought about the Orioles lineup or an inquiry into purchasing a stadium tarpaulin for home use, Mr. Baseball has the answers.Write Mr. Baseball with your questions. His address: Mr. Baseball, c/o Sun Sports Department, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 21278-0001. Or fax him at (410) 783-2518.If you have a question for Mr. Baseball, call Sundial, The Baltimore Sun's telephone information service, at (410)
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By Gailor Large and Gailor Large,Special to the Sun | June 6, 2004
My fiancee and I are active and rarely spend time cooped up inside. The last thing we need is a house full of expensive wedding gifts we'll never use. What sports stores offer wedding registry? Start with TheKnot.com. Register and you'll find everything from hammocks to snowshoes. The outdoor store REI is another good choice. Visit the store or register at REI.com. Rock-climbing gear, kayaks and canoes are just a few of the gifts you can choose from. Another unconventional option you could look into is registering with a charity.
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BUSINESS
January 26, 1994
A joint service from The Baltimore Sun and the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants can help you with your state and federal tax returns. Association members, all certified public accountants, will answer selected questions from readers over the ensuing weeks until the April 15 filing deadline.Readers may submit questions by calling Sundial or writing or sending a fax to the Business News Department. Selected questions and answers will appear in the Business section of The Sun and The Evening Sun. Although it is not required, callers are encouraged to leave their names and phone numbers should questions need to be clarified.
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By Gailor Large and Gailor Large,Special to the Sun | March 7, 2004
I'm always hungry. I crave bread and sweets morning, noon and night, even after a big pasta dinner. How can I make it to the next meal without snacking? We could reel off a list of tricks to help you stave off your cravings, but it sounds like you may simply be filling up on the wrong foods. Refined carbohydrates, which cause a blood sugar spike and crash, can actually leave you hungrier than you were before lifting a fork in the first place. Instead of white bread and sugar, choose foods that are high in fiber (vegetables, fruits)
BUSINESS
February 27, 1994
A joint service from The Baltimore Sun and the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants can help you with your state and federal tax returns. Association members, all CPAs, will answer questions from readers until April 15.Readers may submit questions by calling Sundial or writing or sending a fax to the Business News Department. Selected questions will be answered in the Business section of The Sun and The Evening Sun. Callers are encouraged, but not required, to leave their names and phone numbers should questions need to be clarified.
NEWS
By Gailor Large and Gailor Large,Special to the Sun | March 7, 2004
I'm always hungry. I crave bread and sweets morning, noon and night, even after a big pasta dinner. How can I make it to the next meal without snacking? We could reel off a list of tricks to help you stave off your cravings, but it sounds like you may simply be filling up on the wrong foods. Refined carbohydrates, which cause a blood sugar spike and crash, can actually leave you hungrier than you were before lifting a fork in the first place. Instead of white bread and sugar, choose foods that are high in fiber (vegetables, fruits)
NEWS
By Gailor Large and Gailor Large,Special to the Sun | June 6, 2004
My fiancee and I are active and rarely spend time cooped up inside. The last thing we need is a house full of expensive wedding gifts we'll never use. What sports stores offer wedding registry? Start with TheKnot.com. Register and you'll find everything from hammocks to snowshoes. The outdoor store REI is another good choice. Visit the store or register at REI.com. Rock-climbing gear, kayaks and canoes are just a few of the gifts you can choose from. Another unconventional option you could look into is registering with a charity.
SPORTS
April 19, 1994
Mr. Baseball is on-call to answer questions from readers on all baseball-related topics. Be it a thought about the Orioles lineup or an inquiry into purchasing a stadium tarpaulin for home use, Mr. Baseball has the answers.Write Mr. Baseball with your questions. His address: Mr. Baseball, c/o Sun Sports Department, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 21278-0001. Or fax him at (410) 783-2518.If you have a question for Mr. Baseball, call Sundial, The Baltimore Sun's telephone information service, at (410)
BUSINESS
March 30, 1994
Here is an answer from members of the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants to a reader's tax question. The Sun will publish answers through April 15.Q: My mother owns a piece of unimproved property worth about $40,000. She would like to give it to me and hold a mortgage of $40,000, and then give me the $10,000 a year for four years. Can we do that?A: There are two different ways of looking at this based on two court cases. The results of one court case allow this method of spreading gifts if the note (in this case, the mortgage)
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