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Maryland WeatherI spoke Thursday with Steve Zubrick, the science and operations officer at the NWS forecast office in Sterling, and we talked again about Baltimore's curious history of snowfalls on Dec. 5. It seems he, too, was intrigued by the phenomenon.......
Dining@LargeLet's see. West Side Story is at the Hippodrome. Folks are always looking for good dining tips around the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center. Often I've seen people wandering the neighborhood, singing, "There's a place to eat, somewhere a place to........
O, by the WayThe winter holidays are still in front of us but the Maryland Jockey Club is already thinking balmy, as in Preakness Day, 2009. The next Preakness is scheduled for May 16. Yesterday, five months to the day before Maryland's biggest......
O, by the WayAfter hearing of the Maryland Jockey Club's decision to prohibit Preakness infield spectators/partyers/lunatics from bringing their own beer into Pimlico Race Course this year, we were reminded of an old polka standard, called "In heaven, there is no...
Maryland WeatherParts of Colorado are digging out from two to three feet of snow today, the worst October storm in years for the Denver area. And that's why we don't live there.The deepest Baltimore snowstorm ever recorded in October struck on......
Dining@LargeI finally caught up with one of the owners of Tangier's Bistro Bar and Martini Lounge, which opened Wednesday in Canton, in the spot where Meridian 54 used to be. Alain Suissa, who worked for Washington's Ritz-Carlton for many years......
O, by the WayIn the draw for post positions yesterday, Preakness favorite Big Brown drew No. 7 in the 13-horse field for Saturday???s 133rd Preakness. Maryland Jockey Club linemaker Frank Carulli made the Kentucky Derby winner a 1-2 favorite Gayego, the 17th-place.......
Tags: Preakness Stakes, Kentucky Derby, Equestrian
BALTIMORE — Horse racing's Preakness is a place of history and a bubble of hope. If you come here with a Kentucky Derby victory under your belt, as trainer Shug McGaughey and Orb have, you have little time to appreciate that history. You are...
Roaming the streets that encircle Pimlico Race Course, I discovered so many places that I had trouble going back to the same locale twice. Outer Northwest Baltimore is a fascinating, at times geographically bewildering, place. When the Maryland Jockey...
For Frank Carulli, it's not just a cliche anymore. He really is going to be living the dream in a few weeks. The longtime Maryland Jockey Club handicapper and race analyst is working his final Preakness on Saturday and will finish out the spring meet at...
You take your good news where you get it and here's mine: the Preakness sent Kegasus packing. You remember Kegasus. Sleaze-ball centaur with the biker haircut and beer gut? Budweiser-swilling centerpiece of the Infield Fest ad campaign the past two...
Et cetera Tesio, Shine Again will be run today at Pimlico Pimlico Race Course will feature two stakes today, the $75,000 Federico Tesio for 3-year-olds and the $50,000 Shine Again for Maryland-bred fillies and mares. The Tesio is a prep for runners...
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