Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Chanukkah Celebration this Friday


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Toy donations down

The Baltimore Sun: A drop in donations and an increase in requests are playing havoc with the Baltimore County Department of Social Services' annual free toy store for the needy.

The event, which kicks off Monday for two days in Essex and then moves to Woodlawn and Reisterstown, offers parents a chance to select items on their children's wish lists. They can meander through the aisles and fill their carts with new, free toys. But unless donations pick up, the shelves will be vacant long before the last shoppers arrive.

Read more here, including that you can drop off toys at the Drumcastle Center, across from Giant on York Road, from 10-1 on Saturday.


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Holiday bazaar this Friday

Join the fun at The Grace United Methodist Preschool Annual Holiday Bazaar on Friday, December 3, 2010 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The Bazaar will be held at Grace United Methodist Church, 5407 North Charles Street (the corner of North Charles Street and Northern Parkway).

Find unique gifts from:
* aMuse Toys * Brilliant Bags* J. McLaughlin * Jackie Burkhardt * Jennifer Grillo * Julie Collection* La Contessa by Mary de Marco * Lily Pad of Towson * Mostly Monograms * Pink Pineapple * Pulp and Tumble * Silverbird * Simply Noted *Smathers and Branson * Stella and Dot * Stickerdoodles * Tootle-Lu* and Three Bees

Enjoy a spectacular Chinese auction with over 50 items including:
* David Yurman blue topaz and diamond necklace
* Corks cooking class for 8 with Chef Jerry Pellegrino
* Ravens football signed by Raven's wide receiver Anquan Boldin
* Overnight stay at The Inn at Perry Cabin, St. Michael's, Maryland
* Beautiful Bosom Buddy Bag

In addition:
* Take the stress out of holiday meals with Dishes to Go – meals and side dishes assembled and ready to serve – in addition to delicious baked goods and other fine foods.
* Beautiful greens will also be sold to complete your holiday decorating.

Proceeds benefit the Grace United Methodist Preschool. For more information call 410.532.2235
Visit us on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=202039786196#!/event.php?eid=167953076572817


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Monday, November 29, 2010

Free admission to Walter Wick exhibit this Thursday

The Walters Art Museum Offers Free Admission to “Walter Wick: Games, Gizmos and Toys in the Attic” Thursday, Dec. 2 (Admission is usually $10 for adults, free for kids 17 and under)

WHAT
As a holiday gift to visitors, the Walters Art Museum is offering free admission to the special exhibition “Walter Wick: Games, Gizmos and Toys in the Attic” on Thursday, Dec. 2 from 10 a.m.–8:30 p.m.

In addition to enjoying the free Walter Wick exhibition, visitors can also celebrate the holiday season and the annual lighting of the Washington Monument during a free, family-friendly event at the Walters from 5–8:30 p.m. Enjoy seasonal performances and music, refreshments and children’s art activities.

At 7 p.m., the Washington Monument will be set aglow, followed by fireworks.

WHERE
The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore

WHEN
Thursday, December 2
10 a.m.–8:30 p.m. Free admission to “Walter Wick: Games, Gizmos and Toys in the Attic”

5–8:30 p.m. Free seasonal performances, music, refreshments and children’s art activities.

7 p.m. Lighting of the Washington Monument and fireworks
PRICE
Free

http://thewalters.org/exhibitions/walter-wick/


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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

The Benefits of Weight Training for Children


The New York Times reports on a new study that busts an old myth: that weight training harms children. The studies indicate that weight training will not make your kid bulk up like Ah-nold, but it will make his or her muscles work more efficiently by developing the nervous system -- and that's important in the modern era, experts in the Times story say:

“We are urban dwellers stuck in hunter-gatherer bodies,” said Lyle Micheli, M.D., the director of sports medicine at Children’s Hospital Boston and professor of orthopedic surgery at Harvard University.... “That’s true for children as well as adults. There was a time when children ‘weight trained’ by carrying milk pails and helping around the farm. Now few children, even young athletes, get sufficient activity” to fully strengthen their muscles, tendons and other tissues. “If a kid sits in class or in front of a screen for hours and then you throw them out onto the soccer field or basketball court, they don’t have the tissue strength to withstand the forces involved in their sports. That can contribute to injury.”


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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Why rec council can't use WTES gym

Read about it in Patch.


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This cracks me up

If you want to add some more humor to your Thanksgiving, do a Google search for "it's decorative gourd season" and the first thing you'll find a piece written by Colin Nissan. It's hilarious but R for language so I'm not including a link.

How I wish I could print it out and have everyone at Thanksgiving read a line or two from it in turn, the way we sometimes do at Christmas with the Grinch story.


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Monday, November 22, 2010

Latest crime report

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Friday, November 19, 2010

Consumer Mom in Baltimore's Child

Baltimore's Child: A few years ago, Cleo Manuel Stamatos was best known as a mild-mannered mom of toddler twins who happened to have a knack for knowing how to get the best bargains.| She was a great resource for friends, who would often say, “Why do the research when I can just ask Cleo?”

Today, many more people know the Towson resident as Consumer Mom. ...
http://www.baltimoreschild.com/articles/index.cfm?fuse1=detail&ArticleID=1739


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Indoor soccer registration is open

Towson United has opened up registration for indoor soccer. Leagues will play at NERRC (Northeast regional rec. center/ Old Perring Racquet Club) Boys and Girls division from U8-U14 as well as a Co-ed High School league. Registration can be found on the boys and girls soccer websites. Co-Ed league is being run by the girls program. Thanks.



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Thursday, November 18, 2010

Gift Extravaganza featuring local artists is this Saturday

The GreenMount School Gift Extravaganza is a fundraiser for the school showcasing over 25 local artists and craftspeople selling their creations—perfect for holiday gift giving! This is the third year of this exciting event and many of our talented community members (students, parents, grandparents) exhibit and sell at Gift Extravaganza.

Enjoy delicious treats at the student-led cafe! The 8th grade students and families organize and staff the café and all proceeds from the café help defray the cost of the 8th Grade International
Trip to Costa Rica.

All proceeds from the sale of art and gifts support professional development for our teachers, financial aid for our families, and operating funds for the school's theme-based, cooperative, creative program of learning for students in grades K though 8.

Admission and parking are free. More info here.


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Hairston says Hitler comment wasn't meant to offend

So, this AIM controversy has brought up alleged racism, been likened to a modern-day lynching and now the Hitler thing. Looks like somebody forgot to attend the Rally to Restore Sanity!

Hitler clarification with Sen. Brochin calling comment bizarre
First Hitler reference
alleged racism
lynching


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New yoga studio on York Road


Right by Home Again and Stoneleigh Lanes. It's called Yoga on York.


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Boys' winter soccer

The club will be holding a winter academy at Loch Raven HS over the winter.
Professional trainers will work with the boys each week, inlcuding guest trainers from local colleges, professional teams, and training companies.

The format will be 45 minutes of fun instruction & training, followed by 45 minutes of fun competitive games. The goal is to introduce another level of soccer, while keeping fun and a love of the game the priority. The training will be focused largely on technical skills, with a touch of tactical fundamentals the age group can understand.

http://www.baltimoresoccerclub.com/academy.html


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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Towson High art and jazz at Daedalus on Nov. 21

"We are delighted to once again present the Towson High School art exhibit/jazz band performance on Sunday, November 21st. The exhibit, Insight—recent artwork by Towson High School students—will open that day, while the Towson High Jazz Band will perform from 1:00 until 2:00 p.m. After the performance, stick around for an awards ceremony and reception for the art show that will wrap up at 3:00. If you can't attend the jazz performance but want to see the exhibit, the show will run through December 31st."
http://www.daedalusbooks.com/Main/Stores/Belv/WarehouseBelv.asp


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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Reserve your spot for breakfast with Santa

St. Pius X School’s Home School Association will hold their 7thth Annual Breakfast with Santa and Christmas Craft Fair on Saturday, December 11, 2010. Join Santa for a delicious Pancake Breakfast from 9:00 – 11:00 am. Tickets are $6 per person. Advanced reservations strongly encouraged.

Contact the school at (410) 427-7400 to make a reservation. Stay and enjoy the wonderful Christmas Craft Fair. It is open from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm and is free to all! Come and see an amazing collection of gifts from local artisans. Children can shop in the Kids Only Secret Santa Shop while parents shop for unique Christmas gifts. It’s going to be a great day at St. Pius X School- please come and join us!

St. Pius X School is located at 6432 York Road, Baltimore.


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Monday, November 15, 2010

Eat in Little Italy this Wednesday and support a new park downtown


“A Night out in Little Italy”

On Wednesday November 17, all participating Little Italy Restaurants will donate 10% of their sales to the Pierce’s Park Fund. This is going to be a great day/evening with strolling musicians, roasted chestnuts and sidewalk espresso adding to the festive atmosphere. Make reservations at your favorite Little Italy restaurant and be a part of the fun! Details here.


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Healthy Kids Coalition asks Baltimore County to stop adding sugar to fruit in school lunches


... The coalition requested:

A) That the BCPS cafeterias stop adding whipped topping (the main ingredient of which is high fructose corn syrup) to fresh fruit;

B) That BCPS begin purchasing canned fruit that is packed in its own juice or in water instead of buying canned fruit with added sugar (packed in light or heavy syrup), beginning in 2011;

C) That Jell-O products, although they may contain some fruit, no longer be considered a fruit component in a meal; and

D) That sorbet made with sugar no longer be considered a fruit component in a meal because, in fact, the additional sugar makes it more comparable to a dessert.

Background: The USDA requires that students be offered ½ cup to ¾ cup of fruit or vegetables from two different sources per meal. Currently at BCPS cafeterias this can be achieved by combining at least two of the items listed below:

fresh or canned fruit;
fresh, canned or frozen vegetables;
fruit juice;
Jell-O/gelatin product made with fruit;
applesauce;
sorbet

Read the outcome of the request here.


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Latest crime report

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Saturday, November 13, 2010

Fresh Market coming to Towson

It's a Fresh Market that's coming to Towson in place of the SuperFresh on Dulaney Valley Road across from the mall. (Confirmation here.) Have you tried the store? There's one at Quarry Lake. I've been there a couple of times. Very plush. Not sure it has all the nitty gritty things one might find at the Giant (Ziploc bags, batteries, etc.) but I think it's known for great produce and high-end items.

(Thanks for the link, Lisa!)


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Friday, November 12, 2010

Obit in Sun of Rodgers Forge resident

The Baltimore Sun: "Bruce Thomas Hall, a retired utilities engineer and decorated World War II veteran, died of pneumonia Saturday at a Sebring, Fla., hospital. He was 88 and lived in Rodgers Forge." Read full piece here.

Sounds like an interesting man.


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Thursday, November 11, 2010

"Race to Nowhere" film showing this Friday


Friday, Nov. 12 at 7:30 pm
at Baltimore Montessori Charter School
click here for details and tickets

This is a great film. I saw it last month and can't stop talking about it.

Director Vicki Abeles turns the personal political, igniting a national conversation in her new documentary about the pressures faced by American schoolchildren and their teachers in a system and culture obsessed with the illusion of achievement, competition and the pressure to perform.

Featuring the heartbreaking stories of young people across the country who have been pushed to the brink, educators who are burned out and worried that students aren’t developing the skills they need, and parents who are trying to do what’s best for their kids, Race to Nowhere points to the silent epidemic in our schools: cheating has become commonplace, students have become disengaged, stress-related illness, depression and burnout are rampant, and young people arrive at college and the workplace unprepared and uninspired.
http://www.racetonowhere.com/


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Death of Rodgers Forge native at TU said to be heroin

The Towson Towerlight reports on Abe Cahan's death: “We’re kind of surprised by this because it’s not something I think any of us would have looked at him and thought. It’s a cautionary tale for any college student … these guys think they’re indestructible. Even when they dabble in things, there’s a risk and there’s a danger and I think Abe’s a cautionary tale in that regard and something I warn my boys about to try to use as a lesson. A sad one, but a lesson nonetheless.”

http://www.thetowerlight.com/2010/11/herion-overdose-determined-as-cause-of-student-death/


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Holiday dance camp

MOVE & GROOVE HOLIDAY DANCE CAMP
at Lynne Brick's Belvedere Square

Dec. 27th – Dec. 31st
8:30am - 11:30am
Kids ages 5-10
Cost $129 members, $159 non-members

Much like our summer dance camps, this 5 day Dance and Movement Camp incorporates various dance styles including ballet, jazz, line dancing, Hip Hop, & Lyrical. Fun games to increase body awareness, agility, and freedom of movement. The week will end with a performance to show off what they've learned! Come in comfortable shoes & clothing. Snack is provided. Questions call Deb Heacock 215-964-3400 or email deb.heacock@brickbodies.com


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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Parent demands answers from Hairston and Board of Education at last night's meeting

And take a guess about how successful he was! Read about how the AIM controversy continues here, including a link to a WJZ piece in which Hairston says race is an issue into the inquiry of the controversial student assessment program.
http://towson.patch.com/articles/parents-join-lawmakers-in-demand-for-answers-from-hairston-2


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Rodgers Forge mom who was convicted of starving her toddler appeals conviction

Read about Susan Griffin's appeal in Patch. As you will recall, her son Andrew was almost 3 years old and just 13 pounds when he died.
http://towson.patch.com/articles/starved-toddlers-mom-appeals-her-conviction


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Learning to cook, for charity

From Diana of Nourish: This weekend, I am having a fundraiser for the CARES Food Pantry (a food pantry that serves the Govans area). I will be teaching 2 cooking classes on Sunday afternoon (Nov. 14), both using fresh veggies from the farmers' market. One is a parent & child cooking class and the other is just for tweens (ages 9-12, no parents!). 100% of the profits from these classes will be donated to the food pantry.

Your child will have a fun afternoon cooking, come home with a bunch of yummy food, learn something about nutrition and the food pantry will benefit financially. A win-win for all!

You can view more about the classes or register online at my website: www.nourishfamily.com/classes


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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

New restaurant in Towson

The Baltimore Sun: "The old Cafe Troia space in Towson is now a new Italian restaurant named Taste Mediterranean Grille. The chef here, Luigi Palumbo, recently moved to the area with his family from his hometown in Bacoli, Naples, where he ran a restaurant named Ristorante a Ridosso; Taste is his first venture in the United States."
http://www.baltimoresun.com/entertainment/dining/bs-fo-table-talk-mediterranean-20101109,0,7845930.story

OK, I feel pretty clueless. I just walked by this a few weeks ago and didn't realize anything had changed.

And, thanks to Flyer readers for noting this: Cafe Troia is still open; it has moved across the street. www.cafetroia.com


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Anyone been to Kiddie Crusoe in Timonium?

A friend was just telling me about Kiddie Crusoe but she hasn't been yet. It looks like it could be fun, although it's kind of pricey for frequent visits with multiple kids.

"With over 12,000 square feet of clean, safe fun, Kiddie Crusoe is a unique adventure children will want to experience again and again. Come explore, learn, and discover our indoor playground of active and imaginative attractions." http://www.kiddiecrusoe.com/


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Get some cooking tips on WBAL tomorrow from Rodgers Forge registered dietitian

Rodgers Forge's Diana Sugiuchi of Nourish and Kristin Scherer, student intern, will be featured on WBAL TV live from 5:45 - 7 a.m. on Wednesday, November 10. Watch them show off some of the delicious dishes they will be cooking up at the Cooking Classes for CARES!


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Monday, November 8, 2010

Latest crime report

Including a "kidnapping" at Giant, although I don't exactly see why it's defined that way.
Read it here.


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Playgroup starting for 2- and 3-year-olds

From Rodgers Forge mom Blair Blanks:

I am looking to create a playgroup for three-year-olds made up of kids from the Forge. I live on Hopkins Rd and have a daughter who just turned three. I am looking to get together a group of 4-6 kids, in the 2.5-3.5-year-old range, to meet one afternoon a week (2-3:30p.m. on a MWF or 1:30-3p.m. on a Tuesday or Thursday). The playgroup would rotate from house to house to house each week, and the hostess would just need to provide a little snack for the kids and moms, nothing elaborate and no need to get your house all clean, either (cause you know a group of three-year-olds will take care of a tidy house in a hurry!!). Younger siblings welcome (I also have a 4-month-old baby). In the warmer months we could also meet the Tot Lot instead of at each others' homes.

Anyone interested can contact me by email!

Thanks,
Blair
blairblanks (at) gmail.com


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Sunday, November 7, 2010

Space available at church garage sale

Clean out the closets and basement and make money for Christmas at the Rodgers Forge Methodist Church Garage Sale on Saturday, November 13 between 9:30 am (set-up time) to 2 pm - 2:30 pm when the Salvation Army truck arrives to take anybody 'junk' away !

We need people to rent a space for $10 - as much as you want/need (5 feet to 25 feet to be exact).

Get rid of stuff and make room for Christmas stuff and help out others in need at the same time !

Saturday November 13
Rodgers Forge United Methodist Church
56 Stevenson Lane
Contact Kim at : joneskc10 (at) gmail.com
please put Yard Sale in subject line


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Friday, November 5, 2010

Britax car seats recalled

http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml11/11031.html


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Saturday Morning Science tomorrow

At Towson U. This week's topic is Wildlife on the Edge.

Habitat destruction, environmental pollutants, competition and natural trends, and poaching. These are just a few of the many challenges that animal species face in their quest for survival. This program will discuss how various animals learn to survive in an ever‐changing world and what we can do to help protect both threatened and endangered species.

http://www.towson.edu/HackermanAcademy/Calendar_of_Events/index.asp


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Joe Curran and Gov. O'Malley at TU


Free, open to the public, no pre-registration required.


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Thursday, November 4, 2010

A message from incoming councilman David Marks

As the incoming County Councilman from the Fifth District, I want to thank the Forge Flyer for providing valuable information to the Rodgers Forge community, and I want to introduce myself to those in the Rodgers Forge community who I may not have met.

My family and I live in Perry Hall. My wife Stephanie is a public school teacher who grew up in Campus Hills, where her parents still live. Before running for the County Council, I served for nine terms as President of the Perry Hall Improvement Association, where I worked to get a new library built and to reduce school overcrowding in Baltimore County.

My opponent, Mike Ertel, was involved in the construction of West Towson Elementary School, which alleviated overcrowding in the Rodgers Forge area. Similarly, I helped get Vincent Farm Elementary School built in the White Marsh area. School overcrowding is a regional problem that affects schools from Towson to Perry Hall.

Another shared issue is the physical deterioration of our schools. While resources are tight right now, I will be working to have funds allocated as soon as possible to modernize these buildings, many of which were constructed after the Second World War.

Professionally, I have worked in the transportation industry for 14 years. I am a strong supporter of improving pedestrian safety and building better linkages between neighborhoods. I have also been a leader in the historic preservation community, serving on the Executive Board of the Baltimore County Historical Trust for the past decade. All these issues are important in Rodgers Forge.

I want to assure the residents of Rodgers Forge that I will be a hands-on County Councilman who works to solve neighborhood concerns. I have been a regular reader of the Forge Flyer for quite some time, and will begin my mornings as County Councilman by scanning the Flyer for comments and concerns.

If you want to drop me a line, my email address is davidsmarks@verizon.net. Many thanks.

David Marks,
County Councilman-Elect, Fifth District

[http://www.votedavidmarks.com/index.html]


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Her son is gay

Someone sent me this great blog post by a mom whose 5-year-old son dressed up as, gasp, a girl for Halloween. Should she have worried about bullying? YES! But not from other kids.

I'll just share my favorite paragraph here: "If you think that me allowing my son to be a female character for Halloween is somehow going to ‘make’ him gay then you are an idiot. Firstly, what a ridiculous concept. Secondly, if my son is gay, OK. I will love him no less. Thirdly, I am not worried that your son will grow up to be an actual ninja so back off."

http://nerdyapplebottom.com/2010/11/02/my-son-is-gay/


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Girls' night out at Studio C in Lauraville


Thursday November 4
7:00 - 9:00 pm

Enjoy light fare and drinks, while you shop.
Enter to win a Custom Gift Basket.
Enjoy a stress relieving chair massage.
FREE Gift with purchase.

Check out the New Arrivals of great gifts, including Victorian hand mirrors, magnifying glasses, pashminas, crocheted scarves, crystal bottle stoppers, make-up mirrors, jeweled bookmarks and more!

And don't forget to check out the great new fall items of clothing and accessories from 2nd to None!

I have also been busy creating one of a kind jewelry perfect for those searching for unique jewelry not found elsewhere. Jewelry designed from precious and semi-precious gemstones, sterling silver, gold, glass and vintage tin.

RSVP to studiocjewelry@gmail.com
Hope to see you soon-
Constance Scott
http://studiocjewelry.net/


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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Free family movie night this Friday


Come and join the family fun on Movie Night at St. Pius X! Featuring TOY STORY 3 on Friday, November 5. Movie will start at 7pm in the Lower Church.

Bring a blanket, pillow, or sleeping bag if you wish. No admission fee! Hot dogs, snacks, and drinks will be available for purchase.


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Ertel concedes; Marks will represent 5th District, and other results

Mike Ertel's statement: http://www.facebook.com/TellErtel?ref=ts

Representation in Maryland House of Delegates remains the same (Lafferty, Aumann, Frank) and Brochin remains state senator. And, as expected, Kamenetz defeated Holt.


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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

I'm told this is the best place to see current vote #s

http://egov2.baltimorecountymd.gov/ElectionResults/


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Waiting for the vote tallies to roll in

You take it on faith, you take it to the heart ...
Any races you're watching particularly closely?

The K-Man works it in Rodgers Forge.
(I had not met him before but chatted with him after snapping this pic and he was calmer and more thoughtful than I would have expected from a pol on election night.)


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Helicopter and police in Rodgers Forge

Nov. 2, 5:10 pm: Police say they are in RF because there was an accident near York and Dumbarton. No further details right now.


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Monday, November 1, 2010

Latest crime report and a Towson U crime alert

Here is the latest crime report, including a robbery at the Starbucks on York Road that prompted this warning from Towson University.


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