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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2012
In the market for a sugar daddy -- or mommy? If one's to believe Money magazine, you might want to head to Towson. The home of a really big mall and every big-box store you can think of is also, the magazine says , one of the best places to be rich and single in the country. In fact, it's No. 8. "Want to meet someone of means in Towson?" Money writes. "Then hit the bricks. Every week through the summer, residents head to Allegheny Avenue for Feet on the Street, a Friday night block party with food, fun and music.
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Dan Rodricks | February 1, 2014
Some Democrats in Maryland — the wealthiest state in the country, according to the U.S. Census Bureau — balk at raising the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour while advocating tax cuts for millionaires. It's not enough that the rich have had it sweet for three decades, accumulating wealth at obnoxiously high levels while the middle class and working poor have seen their earnings, adjusted for the cost of living, remain stagnant. It's not enough that Congress cut taxes for the wealthy, even as the nation carried out two hugely expensive and long wars.
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By Jonah Goldberg | May 21, 2012
This is the season of generational twaddle. At graduation ceremonies across the country, politicians, authors, actors and businessmen take to the stage to tell young people they are fantastic simply because they are young. This year, the ritual is more pathetic than usual because there's a presidential election in the offing. And because the current occupant of the White House won in 2008 in no small part due to his success with the "youth vote," he is desperate for them to repeat their blunder.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2012
In the market for a sugar daddy -- or mommy? If one's to believe Money magazine, you might want to head to Towson. The home of a really big mall and every big-box store you can think of is also, the magazine says , one of the best places to be rich and single in the country. In fact, it's No. 8. "Want to meet someone of means in Towson?" Money writes. "Then hit the bricks. Every week through the summer, residents head to Allegheny Avenue for Feet on the Street, a Friday night block party with food, fun and music.
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By Susan Reimer | May 19, 2010
Google, the search engine giant, has banned CougarLife.com, a website promoting relationships between older women and younger men, from advertising on its "family friendly" pages, while taking no such action against websites that offer to match young women with "sugar daddies," such as DateAMillionaire.com. Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher made the May-December romance so mainstream that we now have a prime time television show, Cougar Town, on the topic. Even Demi's ex, tough guy Bruce Willis, is cool enough with it to show up at family gatherings.
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Dan Rodricks | February 1, 2014
Some Democrats in Maryland — the wealthiest state in the country, according to the U.S. Census Bureau — balk at raising the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour while advocating tax cuts for millionaires. It's not enough that the rich have had it sweet for three decades, accumulating wealth at obnoxiously high levels while the middle class and working poor have seen their earnings, adjusted for the cost of living, remain stagnant. It's not enough that Congress cut taxes for the wealthy, even as the nation carried out two hugely expensive and long wars.
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By John Tanasychuk and John Tanasychuk,Knight-Ridder News Service | July 19, 1992
The folks at Tufts University's Diet & Nutrition Letter went to the candy counter to find out the highs and lows when it comes to calories and fat.Here's what they found:The highest: Mr. Goodbar, 1.65 ounces, 240 calories, 15 fat grams (56 percent fat calories); Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, 1.6 ounces, 250 calories, 15 fat grams (54 percent fat calories); Hershey's Milk Chocolate, 1.55 ounces, 240 calories, 14 fat grams (52 percent fat calories); Almond Joy, 1.76 ounces, 250 calories, 14 grams of fat (50 percent fat calories)
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By BLOOMBERG NEWS | October 28, 1999
NEW YORK -- Stocks, bonds, insurance and mutual funds are muscling in on beer and cars between innings of this year's World Series.Broker Merrill Lynch & Co., mutual fund provider Fidelity Investment, life insurer SunAmerica Inc. and other financial companies have boosted television ad spending by half this year, much of it on sporting events such as this year's New York vs. Atlanta series."
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July 12, 1995
When Debbie Yow, athletic director for the University of Maryland College Park, was asked about the terms of the contract extension for the school's struggling football coach last year, she summed them up succinctly as "Let's keep going forward."If only the state's most visible collegiate sports program could meet that self-professed goal.One day, the men's basketball team is a post-season tournament favorite. Another day, its star is deemed ineligible for a top award because of his grades.
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December 7, 1992
Don't envy Roger Hayden. Halfway through his four-year term as Baltimore County executive, Mr. Hayden is the political lightning rod of a jurisdiction that certainly has seen better days.The county's biggest problems include a populace becoming more elderly and less affluent by the day, a growing concern about crime and a government knee-deep in red ink.In addressing the economy and its impact on the county, Mr. Hayden has made some smart moves. He has been the reluctant but realistic bearer of bad tidings -- namely, government can't afford to keep playing sugar daddy.
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By Jonah Goldberg | May 21, 2012
This is the season of generational twaddle. At graduation ceremonies across the country, politicians, authors, actors and businessmen take to the stage to tell young people they are fantastic simply because they are young. This year, the ritual is more pathetic than usual because there's a presidential election in the offing. And because the current occupant of the White House won in 2008 in no small part due to his success with the "youth vote," he is desperate for them to repeat their blunder.
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By Susan Reimer | May 20, 2010
Google, the search engine giant, has banned CougarLife.com, a website promoting relationships between older women and younger men, from advertising on its "family friendly" pages, while taking no such action against websites that offer to match young women with "sugar daddies," such as DateAMillionaire.com. Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher made the May-December romance so mainstream that we now have a prime-time television show, "Cougar Town," on the topic. Even Demi's ex, tough guy Bruce Willis, is cool enough with it to show up at family gatherings.
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By Ben Krull | April 27, 2008
To attract the largest possible pool of vice presidential wannabes, Sens. John McCain, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have placed their profiles on the Internet dating sites, swinging(state)singles.com, strangebedfellows.gov and tilltermlimitsdouspart.org. The Democratic hopefuls have also registered on elite(running)mate.com, a site for superdelegates. McNasty1932 About me: SWM sugar daddy looking for youthful, 35+ (but looks 25) male/female, for four- to eight-year relationship. I have eclectic musical tastes: everything from "Battle Hymn of the Republic" to "Anchors Aweigh" to taps.
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