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By Sam Sessa and Sam Sessa,Sun reporter | September 21, 2005
While summer grilling season is ending, you still can find good hot dogs, although you might have to walk a little farther than your backyard to eat them. Here are some places to try: 1 W. Chestnut Hill Lane, Reisterstown The Dawg House Grill 1 W. Chestnut Hill Lane, Reisterstown 410-833-5178 Hours - - 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Saturday; noon to 5 p.m. Sunday The Dawg House, which opened this year, names its hot dogs after real dogs. Fret not, pet lovers -- they're 100 percent beef.
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August 8, 2014
Peach Festival Galilee Lutheran Church will hold its annual Peach Festival from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 15, at 4652 Mountain Road in Pasadena. The event includes peaches and ice cream, peach desserts, pit beef, hot dogs, salads and more. Carryout will be available. Area businesses will hold a silent auction. Information: 410-255-2060. Yard sale Epiphany Episcopal Church will hold its annual yard sale with books, clothes, jewelry, furniture, electronics, a bake sale, hot dogs, lemonade and more from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 16, at 1419 Odenton Road.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick | October 5, 2012
Starting Friday, Stuggy's delivers. Operating under the name Willow Presents Stuggy's Delivers, the Fells Point hot dog shop will deliver to addresses in Fells Point and Harbor East, from 6 p.m. until 3 a.m. The service will not only deliver Stuggy's specialty hot dogs but a selection of house-smoked wings, chorizo burgers and pizza, too. There's a $20 order minimum and a flat $5 delivery fee.   It gets better. Stuggy's can also bring you a bottle of Bulleit rye or Kettle One vodka, or a bottle of Malbec or a six-pack of National Bohemian beer.
SPORTS
By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | June 26, 2014
Put the champagne on ice, Baltimore. With seven ballparks left on his journey, a man touring our great nation in search of the best ballpark hot dog gave the fare at Oriole Park at Camden Yards the highest ranking of his summer-long trip after taking in Tuesday night's loss to the Chicago White Sox. “I was pleased to give Baltimore the top score, but I was not surprised because of the history and reputation Orioles Park has," Tom Lohr,...
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By Laura Vozzella, The Baltimore Sun | September 2, 2010
The Baltimore Ravens have a signed new a hot dog supplier — from Philly. Esskay is out, Dietz & Watson is in. Esskay, founded in Baltimore in 1858, has been serving dogs at Ravens concession stands since the stadium opened in 1998. But Philadelphia-based Dietz & Watson just landed the three-year contract. The concession change has brought as much attention to hot dogging as Ray Lewis' last pre-game introduction. By punting the perceived hometown frank, the Ravens risk inciting Baltimoreans to the point that they resemble their famously unruly counterparts in Philly.
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By Los Angeles Times | June 3, 1994
LOS ANGELES -- Children who eat more than 12 hot dogs per month have nine times the normal risk of developing childhood leukemia, a University of Southern California epidemiologist reports in a cancer research journal.Two other reports in the same issue of Cancer Causes and Control also suggest that children born to mothers who eat at least one hot dog per week during pregnancy have double the normal risk of developing brain tumors, as do children whose fathers ate hot dogs before conception.
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By Irene Sax and Irene Sax,Newsday | August 2, 1995
Hot dogs aren't just a food; they're a ritual.Babe Ruth once ate 12 hot dogs between games of a double header. The rest of us eat them sitting in bleachers, standing on street corners and sprawled on picnic blankets.Americans eat 16 billion hot dogs a year -- about 66 per person -- according to a Gallup Poll commissioned by the National Livestock and Meat Board last year. Men eat three times more hot dogs than women, and Easterners and Midwesterners eat more than other Americans, possibly because they live in areas settled by folks from countries with sausage-making traditions.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Staff Writer | March 14, 1995
Harry Sirinakis has declared himself the top dog in Carroll County.So confident in his hot dogs is the third-generation chef and owner of Harry's Main Street that he called for a hot dog competition a few weeks ago. No one dared to take on the man who can broil 1,000 dogs an hour as passers-by stop to watch."
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By Vera Eidelman and Vera Eidelman,SUN STAFF | July 3, 2004
The statement on the official Web site of the International Federation of Competitive Eating is dramatic, if slightly tongue-in-cheek. "There is a century-old prophecy within the competitive eating community, dismissed by most, that foretells the rise of the `One Eater,' a woman who will electrify America's gurgitators and lead them to international victory once again," it reads. Century-old or not, that prophecy seems to have come true in the form of 36-year-old, 105-pound, Sonya "The Black Widow" Thomas.
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By MIKE ROYKO | August 4, 1993
Dirty Harry, the movie cop, wasn't wrong very often. A bit nasty and heavy-handed with criminals. But in the end, he was usually right.But in one of my favorite Dirty Harry scenes, he couldn't have been more wrong.It was early in "Sudden Impact." He had just looked at a murder victim. He walked away and appeared to be brooding.A fellow cop, munching a hot dog, asked him if crime was starting to get to him.Dirty Harry said: "No, this stuff isn't getting to me. The shootings, the knifings, the beatings, old ladies being bashed in the head for their Social Security checks, teachers being thrown out of a fourth-floor window because they don't give A's. That doesn't bother me a bit."
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By John Thomas
For The Baltimore Sun
| September 13, 2013
Looking for a good way to transition into the football season? Why not take a Camden Yards summertime hot dog classic and bring it to the parking lot for a Ravens tailgate? We finally have two relevant teams here in Baltimore, so go ahead and merge the two, at least on a culinary level. Hard core Orioles fans know that way out behind center field inside Camden Yards, Stuggy's serves a fantastic concoction called the Crab Mac N' Cheese Hot Dog. It's a wonderful blend of a creamy macaroni and cheese and chunks of crab meat on top of a classic hot dog. Here's how you can pull it off for a tailgate - either in the M&T Bank Stadium parking lot or in your own backyard.
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By Beverly Southall | August 14, 2013
All aboard the Perryville Railroad Museum in the MARC train station. The museum is open on Sundays from noon to 4 p.m. and there's no admission charge. They have a working HO scale model layout of the Perryville railroad wye, numerous railroad artifacts on display, railroad history literature available and a photo gallery of the Pennsylvania, B&O and other railroads and other historical pictures. Come on down a see them. Now that summer is almost over Harmony Lodge 53 AF & AM will start with monthly all you can eat Breakfasts.
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Letter to The Aegis | June 27, 2013
What ever happened to the good old days when the worst things we had to fear on the Fourth of July were traffic jams and wayward fireworks? According to the Department of Agriculture's Meat and Poultry Hotline, this year's top threat is food poisoning by nasty E. coli and salmonella bugs lurking in hamburgers and hot dogs at millions of backyard barbecues.  The Hotline's advice is to grill them longer and hotter. Of course, they don't bother to mention that the high-temperature grilling that kills the bugs also forms lots of cancer-causing compounds.
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By Larry Perl, lperl@tribune.com | June 23, 2013
Omar Ibrahim, a relative newcomer to Hampden, went to the Roosevelt Park pool for the first time Saturday, and was impressed that it cost only $2 to get in. The next day, Ibrahim came back with his three children - not knowing it was Friends and Family Day, a special pool party for the public. Both the event and admission to the pool were free from 1-3 p.m. Sunday. "Today, we got lucky," said Ibrahim, 45, as he held his pool-drenched son, Lucas, 3, in a towel in his arms. "Still, $2 is a pretty good deal.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | May 6, 2013
On Sunday, April 14, Mt. Nebo United Methodist Church in Delta, Pa., sponsored a Blessing of the Bikes in the church's parking lot immediately following the service that day. Pastor Dennis McCleary blessed 18 motorcycles that afternoon. The blessing was given for the biker and their safety throughout the upcoming motorcycle season. This all took place around noon with about 21 bikers in attendance. Afterward, hot dogs, chips, cookies and drinks were served right there in the parking lot. There was plenty of good conversation and fellowship taking place that day. Bikers were thanks for attending, and invited back to any and every Sunday service, beginning at 10:45 a.m.
FEATURES
April 20, 2013
It's super nice outside with mild temperatures, low humidity, and trees and blooms bursting to life. It's tempting to take Fido along for a ride. But it can be surprisingly dangerous to leave your pet in the car, and few of us realize how quickly temperatures inside can reach life-threatening levels. According to the Partnership for Animal Welfare (PAW), a car parked in the shade on a 78-degree day can reach 90 degrees inside. Parked in the sun, the interior of that car will soar to 160 degrees!
NEWS
By Thom Loverro and Thom Loverro,Western Maryland Bureau of The Sun | August 13, 1991
FREDERICK -- In the gastronomical galaxy of trendy eateries in downtown Frederick, one astral body has shone steadily for 80 years -- the White Star.In a small North Market Street storefront in the Castle Building, the hot dogs that have made the White Star a legend are cooked on a grill near the front window, with the secret recipe that brings back devoted eaters.Larry Bowman of Waverly, Tenn., left Frederick seven years ago, but whenever he comes back to town, a stop at the White Star for hot dogs is a must, he said.
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