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I just figured out how to post video to my blog. Or, if this isn't working right, I'm still figuring it out. Nonetheless, this is the video of the Bel Air Fourth of July turtle races that I had...
The Forest Hill Recreation Council soccer program is still holding evening practices. But geez, it's getting dark out there. With the sun setting just under an hour after practice started tonight, the boys on my son's U-9 team are...
I stumbled across an article on the media news website Poynteronline that featured a Watertown, Massachusetts blogger's plan to create a website to help direct readers to blogs based on geography. The blogger is Lisa Williams (publisher of H20Town)...
Life magazine -- the pamphlet-thin shadow of its former self that comes as in insert to the weekend newspaper -- had a cover story this past weekend on Martha Stewart. I am intrigued with Martha's celebrity life and was...
I recently attended a "Math Academy" at my son's Harford County elementary school. The instructors set out to explain to all of us parents why they were teaching our children math in a manner completely foreign to those of...
For a good chuckle, don't miss the Pennysaver's weekly Police Beat compiled by Jody Osborne. Go check your mailbox. It should be in there today. I don't think there is a week I haven't laughed at her collection of...
Dooney & Burke handbags are putting "zhay" in Tarzhay with their arrival at the Bel Air Target store. Yes, those status bags with all the buckles and trims and the elite logo prominently displayed came to the Target discount...

Tickle Me Doubtful

Mattel's TMX Elmo (Tickle Me Extreme) is a hot, hot item among adults who have snapped them up by the armfuls since they went on sale Sept. 19. These savvy resellers are getting around $100 on eBay for...
While driving my son to a play date in Forest Lakes today, I was amazed by the number of "open house" signs I saw as I made my way through Bel Air. I was tempted to check out a...
I'd been wondering for some time what was inspiring all these decorative tin stars that have been showing up on the exteriors of homes around Bel Air. I'm certain they were showing up other places first, but lately...