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Those interested in local news that comes via the blogosphere should check out FredNet: Frederick Maryland Online at http://frednet.wordpress.com/. The Baltimore Sun's Maryland section today includes a story about Frednet Publisher Guy Schmidt and his 2-year-old blog about...
Blogging these past few months has taught me something. I have a great deal more success writing about many things than actually doing them. Of course, sometimes all the blogging keeps me from doing them. Take, for example, parenting,...
I didn't want summer to end without seeing the ocean waves crashing against the sand, so Bel Air News & Views decided to take the family on a day trip to the beach. I like Rehoboth Beach in Delaware...
Bel Air News & Views took the family to do the touristy thing in Washington, D.C. Saturday. It's really a great way to spend a day without spending a dime (except, of course, for what you pay for gas...
The quirky blog Bags In Trees (which celebrates the plastic grocery bags tangled in Baltimore's brush) honored Bel Air News & Views by graciously posting a photo we submitted of our very own backyard "bag in a tree." They...
I've noticed several readers of this blog have been searching the Internet for news of the Tiny Toes children's boutique in Bel Air. The store front has been covered with paper the past few months with only a sign...
I got a call from someone doing a crime survey for the University of Maryland during dinnertime tonight. Since the kids were occupied, I went ahead and let the caller start asking questions (No, she didn't ask if this...
Heavingmelons of Edgewood (or "Edgehood" as he likes to call it on his blog www.heavingmelons.com) introduced me to the quirky Baltimore blog BagsinTrees.com. It's all pictures of plastic grocery bags tangled in tree limbs around Baltimore. There's just something...
I prefer to post while an event is still going on, but I'm afraid my little ones and I didn't make it to the Harford County Farm Fair until its last three hours. Luckily,we arrived just as the second...
My husband and I participated in Baltimore Restaurant Week (July 24-28) on Monday at Restaurante Tio Pepe. I had heard the legends about this place from my father-in-law, a life-long Baltimorean and local restaurateur (of the far more casual...