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Kids doctors help Parole Rotary collect kids books for needy readers around the world

“Books are easy for people to contribute, and we wanted to become closer not only with our patients but also our community,” said Ann-Marie Sedor of the new partnership between The Pediatric Group and the Rotary Club of Parole.
    Through August, the practice is collecting books for children of all ages at its offices in Crofton, Davidsonville and Severna Park (www.pediatricgroup.com).
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Everyone’s a standout in The Talent Machine

 

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Two drug dealers find out the Mexican cartel means business in this tale of sex, blood and marijuana

 

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Now’s the time for Brussels’ sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage

 

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The rod tip twitched, just a little and just once, but I caught the movement out of the corner of my eye.
    “Hey Mo, you’ve got a bite,” I hissed, needlessly.
    My friend’s hand had already moved to his reel and slipped off the clicker to reduce its resistance on the line. His thumb was on the spool, but he left the rod in its holder.
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In this final leg, the Volvo Ocean Racers come full circle to Galway, Ireland

 

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Sometimes, you even get paid for doing it

 

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Get Crackin'

The crabs are back and the corn’s ripe, so it’s time to feast

by Sandra Olivetti Martin and Dennis Doyle with Michelle Steel

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Looking for ET with Hercules

Given the scorching temperatures of late, you might be surprised to know that earth is at its farthest point from the sun this time of year, called, aphelion. On July 4, Earth reached the apex of its elliptical orbit around the sun at 94,505,851 miles. That’s about three million miles farther than at perihelion, earth’s closest point to the sun.
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A terrific kids’ show — no kidding

Lies. Falsehoods. Tall tales. Call them what you will, some children cling to them long after attaining the age of reason, and Infinity Theatre is to be applauded for broaching the topic with a humorous touch in founder Alan Ostroff’s original play for three to 10-year-olds, The Tall Tales of Enoch.
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