Arts & Life

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BY Linda L. Esterson
August 29, 2013

Mandee and Steven Heinl were engaged in February 2011. As part of the planning for their June 2012 wedding, they went car shopping. “We knew we wanted a family, and we were going to have this car when we started our family,” said Mandee of the 2012 Acura RDX they purchased in CONTINUE »

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Foods that fuse old and new
BY Harriet Dopkin
August 22, 2013

Each Jewish New Year, as we greet each other with a joyous shannah tovah, I add a happy birthday for myself. Being born on Rosh Hashanah, a holiday with a tradition of tasting new food, as well as being the owner of The Classic Catering People, I relish in the discovery of novel flavors. Rosh CONTINUE »

BY Jana Banin
August 21, 2013

The debut season of Bravo’s reality show “Princesses: Long Island” has finally come to a close, and I think it’s pretty safe to declare it a disappointment. Not that you would have had to watch all 10 episodes to reach this conclusion. The trailer preceding the series pretty much said it all. “Oh no!” every CONTINUE »

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Get a Hybrid
BY Linda L. Esterson
August 15, 2013

Six months ago, Laura Fugate, 28, bought a Toyota Prius. She was looking for ways to cut expenses and save money, and the Prius has paid off. “The savings in gas is ridiculous,” said Fugate, an office manager for a public research company who commutes to downtown Baltimore from Perry Hall each weekday. The Prius CONTINUE »

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BY Simone Ellin
August 15, 2013

On a recent visit to Baltimore, Brian Levin, a Westminster native, sat in Starbucks at Pikesville’s Festival of Woodholme discussing his upcoming film, “Flock of Dudes.” The film, Levin’s first feature, is a comedy about a 30-something man who decides to “break up” with his buddies so he can become a full-fledged adult. Although it CONTINUE »