June 24, 2011
Jen Chumley-Pfeiffer, a 2003 graduate of Bel Air High School and iLAX GK Coach and US U-19 National Team GK Coach, makes a save on a shot from NCAA Pre-season player of the year candidate, Ally Carey, a 2008 John Carroll graduate and Vanderbilt University senior, during a women's summer lax league game at Cedar Lane. The league features high school varsity, collegiate and post-collegiate players, playing in a pick-up style league every Wednesday night at Cedar Lane on the turf and under the lights.
October 12, 2014
U.S. Sailboat Show Through Monday, Oct. 13: The United States Sailboat Show will be held at the City Dock in Annapolis, with the first day reserved for VIPs. The show will include sailboats, kayaks, paddleboards, canoes and navigational equipment. For a seminar schedule and other details, go to Trout Unlimited Wednesday, Oct. 15: Mike Evans, owner of Savage River Outfitters and a guide on the Savage River, North Branch and other Western Maryland streams, will speak at a free open meeting of Maryland Trout Unlimited from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Towson Presbyterian Church.
July 1, 2012
Boating test Today , 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Test Sea-Doo's braking system for free. Hemingway's at Bay Bridge Marina in Stevensville. Trap shooting Sundays , 1 p.m.; Wednesdays , 6 p.m. Carney Rod & Gun Club, 9721 Hilltop Drive. $5 per round. Information: 410-668-1019. Mondays Critter chow-down Wednesday , 3 p.m., Eden Mill Nature Center, Pylesville. Join the staff every Wednesday at 3p.m. through August to feed the critters.
By Syreeta Swann | August 11, 2014
Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks has an excellent summer program with far better options than other government and privately operated camps in the region. Nonetheless, there are missed opportunities where the department can provide an exceptional service for children and parents, while providing experiences of a lifetime that create future leaders. The greatest missed opportunity for the department's summer program is limited scheduling for the most creative and educational programs.
By Julie Rothman, For The Baltimore Sun | July 22, 2014
Donna Marsh of Hanover and Susan Zeiger of Baltimore both were looking for the recipe for the burgers that were sold at the Harley's sandwich shops in and around Baltimore in the '60s and '70s. Marsh said the Harley Burgers, ground beef patties simmered in a red sauce and served with lots of onions, were the best. Baltimore Sun columnist Jacques Kelly traced the history of the Harley's shops in an April 1993 column . As Kelly tells it, Harley Brinsfield opened his first stand-alone sub shop at McMechen Street and Linden Avenue, and many others soon followed.
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