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The Swampby Mike Memoli Just as the Charlie Rangel "trial" in the House ethics committee goes on hiatus until September, Democrats find another senior member of their House caucus under an ethical cloud: Los Angeles Congresswoman Maxine Waters. As Lisa Mascaro.......
Tags: ABC (tv network), Natural Resources, Values, Wetlands, Ethics
Reality CheckHello everyone! It’s Chris in KS playing backup quarterback tonight since the Ravens have pre-empted your ability to watch Big Brother tonight. Let’s get down to business and find out which whiny baby will be leaving the house, Brendon or........
Tags: Elections, Julie Chen, NFL Preseason
Maryland WeatherThis is just too perfect, and wonderfully written, to require any elaboration by me. From the archives of The Baltimore Sun, Dec. 31, 1909, just as it appeared exactly one century ago (with thanks to Sun Librarian Paul McCardell):Headline: PEARY......
Tags: Hands, Dresses (clothing)
A small dog was found alive in a trash bag that was placed outside of someone's home in the Goodwood area on Friday, Sept. 21. Had the bag gone unnoticed a few minutes longer, that dog could have ended up in the back of a Waste Management truck....
I was in Marine Corps boot camp early in 1970 and developed a bad case of jock itch. My drill instructor, although an extremely harsh and seemingly uncaring guy, had warned us all of this possibility and suggested using Listerine. It worked beautifully,...
My Pet WorldQ: Do I sleep with my dog, or does my dog sleep with me? -- C.J., Cyberpace A: Now I know what philosophy majors do with their degrees; they ask questions like this! More dog owners than ever, 44 percent, share their beds with their canine friends,...
Tags: Swimmer's Ear, Allergies, Dog (animal), Boston, Human Body
Cows are really pretty amazing critters. They continue to amaze me with their toughness and adaptability. I was recently called to examine a beef cow with a history of weight loss after weaning a calf. Weight loss is common in beef cows while a calf is at...
This is the latest plan NASA is considering to get us to infinity and beyond. It would break the shuttle into pieces. It would take the engines off the orbiter, put them on the bottom of the fuel tank, and throw the rest of the orbiter away. Then it...
Tags: Rosie O'Donnell, Potatoes, Barack Obama, White House, FEMA
HealthNot long ago, a study out of the University of Leicester in the UK found that headphones attached to personal music players are capable of reaching volumes as loud as jet engines. Folks, there’s a reason those people who work on the tarmac at ABE...
GreenspaceResearchers say they now have proof that a fungus discovered in 2007 is responsible for white-nose syndrome, the devastating infectious disease that has killed more than 1 million bats in North America. The confirmation is a significant step toward...
Culture MonsterItâs probably safe to say that Thursday was the first day anyone heard a vuvuzela played with a symphony orchestra. At least locally. At least at the Hollywood Bowl.It was during the raucous crowd section of Pistonâs âThe Incredible Flutistâ......
Pop & HissTips for independent bands to get their songs played on KCRW, one of the most influential stations when it comes to shaping Southern California's taste in music....
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