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Musicians Carolyn Surrick, Ginger Hildebrand
and Sue Richards perform to soothe wounded warriors

 

Annapolitan Joel Machak’s Crash Test Dummies break into the Smithsonian

 

Grants from Maryland Heritage Areas Authority
makes two groups flush (with cash)

 

At Great Grapes Wine Festival, sample wines from around the world or around the corner

 

Maryland chefs show you how to keep your cool when the mercury bubbles

 

Marine Corps Viet Nam veteran Karlin shows us finely detailed frames of what most of us never knew about that war, while reminding us what we perhaps have always known about wars

 

... to free summer vacation breakfast in Southern Anne Arundel County

 

Acting team Anna and Alan Ostroff find a Fantastick way to express their love

 

How Calvert’s biggest party brings in the bucks

 

You don’t have to travel out of state to meet a dinosaur

Hot enough for you? The steamy weather we’ve been having might better suit coastal Maryland’s previous residents — considerably previous, some 100 million years ago back in the Cretaceous Era, when dinosaurs such as the predator Acrocanthosaurus, armored Priconodon, herbivorous Tenontosaurus and our official state dinosaur Astrodon johnstoni, a 70-foot-long plant-eater weighing 20 tons, roamed and roared hereabouts.