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Capital I and Lower Case N (No Logo's)

Two haunting and Magical little songs from Sesame Street. Steve Zuckerman is so cool! 'Capital I' was the second thing I looked up on ...

Top Billing: Annapolis' First Sunday Arts Festival expands westward on West Street

Sunday is also the start of the Great Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce Restaurant Week , held throughout the greater Severna Park and Arnold area. Over 15 local restaurants will be participating to provide limited time specials to the community.

Celebrate the event with your friends and family.

Participating restaurants include: in Arnold: O’Loughlin’s; in Cape St. Claire: Broadneck Grille; in Millersville: Hella’s, and Ellie’s Place; and in Pasadena: Founders, Two Rivers Steak House, and Carrabba’s; and in Severna Park: Adam’s Ribs, Bill Bateman’s Bistro; Capiche, Garry’s Grill, Ledo’s, Cafe Mezzanote, Pascal’s Chop House, Romilo’s, and Vida Taco Bar.

Enjoy an afternoon with Brian Ganz and David Hildebrand, two renowned Peabody teachers as they explore the interplay between great art for the eye and great art for the ear during their combination concert and lecture Hearing and Seeing: Music and Art.

I lost touch with a friend from the Capital Gazette. Now I've lost him forever.

“Please tell me you’re OK.”

“Please please please.”

That’s what I frantically emailed Rob Hiaasen on Thursday afternoon, when TVs in the Washington Post newsroom suddenly broadcast live footage of the evacuation of the Annapolis Capital Gazette while an active shooter was inside.

I had done a quick search of my email inbox to find his address with no luck; I wound up finding it through a mutual friend, who mentioned having written me earlier this summer with no reply. Guilt, remorse and doubt soon ricocheted around my brain: Hadn’t Rob emailed me a while back? Did I ever get back to him? Did I forget to respond?

Rob was my desk buddy at the Baltimore Sun, where I worked as a film critic in the late 1990s, when the paper was justifiably revered for its dedication to narrative journalism. As a general assignment features reporter, Rob embodied the distinct gifts of a great GA writer: He was curious, thoughtful, alert to irony and careful never to deploy it at the expense of the weak or vulnerable. His writing evinced the perfect balance of self-effacement and effortless style that only comes with intensely concentrated work and attention to craft.

Conservatives, why don't you attack these companies that support gay marriage instead of the media.?

You guys always say the "liberal media" is promoting the "gay agenda". And you attack them for it.
There are some great American companies who support me as a gay person, among them, Microsoft and Google.