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Dining@LargeWhere are you dining this weekend? What else you got planned?It's a big weekend for open houses celebrating the holidays and/or a dog's birthday, and I'll be wearing lampshades in Canton, Tuscany-Canterbury, and Mayfield-Montebello. Then on Sunday, it's a...
Tags: Harmony Korine
Dining@LargeI want to make sure you saw these three recently published reviews.Rob Kasper reviews Charmington's in Charles Village. (It says Remington on the review. The businesses on the other side of the 2600 Block of Howard are in Remington, but......
Dining@LargeI'm tired of groveling.Something snapped in me today when a reader e-mailed me complaining that I said Brasserie Tatin was in Homewood instead of Tuscany-Canterbury. (My thinking was that very few people outside the neighborhood know where Tuscany-...
Warning: This column contains references to flatulence and 14th century poetry. Steel yourself. On to the questions: Q: During occasional lunches with my company's president and vice president, both would invariably complain about the poor work...
Olympia stamped itself as a sleeper contender for the Class 4A state track and field championship by winning Saturday’s big Bob Hayes Invitational. The Jacksonville meet draws an elite field and measures a team’s ability to produce the...
Long before the conversation hearts, greeting cards and boxes of chocolates, there was a poem. A dreamy, 700-line poem written in the 14th century titled "Parlement of Foules." In it, the narrator speaks of a dream in which he visits Venus' temple. Birds...
Tags: Poetry, Literature, Holidays, Arts and Culture
The other day I drove out to Maryfarm, and of course I never got there because it doesn't exist anymore. This is a shame, because someday people might want to make pilgrimages there, like Chaucer's folk to Canterbury, and they will end up driving...
There will be a Williamsport Town Museum meeting Friday from 1 to 3 p.m. at Homewood, Floor 2 Canterbury, with Town Historian Maurice Snyder. Anyone interested in learning more about Williamsport and sharing their stories and memories is invited to...
Tags: Butter, Coconut, Peanuts, Peanut Butter, Easter
A year ago, Ben Davis saw their chance for a three-peat ended by a Carmel team at Decatur Central. Needless to say they remembered that moment on Saturday and were determined not to let it happen again. Under first year head coach Joe Lentz the Giants...
The Hartford CourantEntering the natural world of the Fifty-Foot Cliff Preserve, visitors get an idea of the view that awaits them by peeking through the trees, across the University of Connecticut's Spring Hill Farm barns, where eastern Connecticut sprawls in the distance....
Monday marks the beginning of the mouth-watering Devour Downtown summer event. More than 40 of Indianapolis’ best restaurants will offer a special prix fixe menu from now until Sunday, Aug. 21. For $30, one or two guests will be able to...
The first Walktober event I did was a trip to Creamery Brook Bison farm in Brooklyn. Watching bison thundering across the farm fields of Connecticut and kicking up a dust cloud that dimmed the bright autumn sun is something that will stay with me forever....
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