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Chicken-and-waffles recipe wins top prize
BY Ilene Spector
May 8, 2014

To choose the very best of the best, the Manischewitz All-Star Cookoff began with the finalists from its past seven contests. From these, four were chosen. They submitted recipes for some of the most delicious creations I have ever tasted — and I have tasted a lot of food from contest recipes! The final Manischwewitz CONTINUE »

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Paul Reiser to perform at Night of the Stars
BY Simone Ellin
April 24, 2014

Baltimore will always hold a special place in comedian, actor and author Paul Reiser’s heart. It was here after all, where “Diner,” Reiser’s first movie — and the first of filmmaker Barry Levinson’s trilogy tribute to his hometown — was filmed and took place. In “Diner,” released in 1982, Reiser played Modell, a hilariously neurotic CONTINUE »

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After last year’s sellout, second annual festival moves to larger location
BY Heather Norris
April 17, 2014

With a new location and an almost entirely new lineup of artists, the founders of the Charm City Folk and Bluegrass Festival are ready to make this year’s event even bigger than last year’s sold-out show. The second annual festival, on April 26, will move from last year’s location, Union Craft Brewing near Hampden, to CONTINUE »

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Adding crepes and more to the holiday table
BY By Ilene Spector
April 10, 2014

Passover is truly my favorite holiday. Every year I like to add a unique dish to my table, making tradition relevant to the young people at the Seder. Two of my granddaughters, Jahna and Hannah, take French at school — and both enjoy eating crepes. So I decided to find the very best crepe recipe CONTINUE »

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‘Noah’ channels God’s wrath, humankind’s fallibility
BY Michael Fox
April 3, 2014

An earnest amalgam of free-association Bible story, dire disaster movie and family melodrama, “Noah” is a more thoughtful and provocative film than one has any right to expect. Sure, it’s ludicrous and ponderous at times and embellished with gratuitous special effects, but it also succeeds in prodding the viewer to reflect on his or her CONTINUE »