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Image Of The Day

So many great places to photograph. I love my city!


What’s With Janet Jackson’s Mysterious Countdown Clock

For some reason Ms Jackson has a mysterious countdown clock on her website. She is not saying anything, but it looks like the clock will stop at 9pm tonight. What will it be? New album? […]


SAN FRANCISCO - SEPTEMBER 22: Hostess Twinkies sit on a table September 22, 2004 in San Francisco. Interstate Bakeries Corp., the largest U.S. wholesale bakery, maker of Wonder bread and Hostess Twinkies, filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday after struggling with more than $1.3 billion in debt and weak demand for bread products amid the popularity of low-carbohydrate diets.

Chocolate Twinkies Are A Real Thing And Are Coming Soon

Chocolate Twinkies are coming to a store near you.


Photo taken on August 11, 2010 shows a bathroom at the Hotel du Louvre in Paris. AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL MEDINA

A Hot Bath Can Burn As Many Calories As A Walk In The Park

Taking a hot bath burns as many calories as a 30 minute walk.


It’s Healthier If You Don’t Make Your Bed Everyday

Good news. It’s okay to be a slob.


Image Of The Day: Sherwood Gardens

Sherwood Gardens in Guilford is home to 80,000 tulips and is a great place to celebrate spring and take family photos.


A man walks on the stage of the Chatelet Theater in Paris on January 18, 2011. AFP PHOTO LOIC VENANCE

Did You Know That Baltimore Is A Great Theater City?

Baltimore has a thriving theater community.


CHICAGO, IL - OCTOBER 12: Jars of peanut butter are offered for sale at Armitage Produce on October 12, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. This summer's hot, dry weather devastated the Runner peanut crop, the variety mostly used in making peanut butter, causing prices of raw peanuts to soar. The resulting increase in peanut prices is expected to raise the price consumers pay for peanut butter by more that 25 percent on most major brands.

We Have Some Weird Eating Habits

Yuck!! Cut it out!


TOKYO, JAPAN - JULY 16: A man uses his smartphone on July 16, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan. Only 53.5% of Japanese owned smartphones in March, according to a white paper released by the Ministry of Communications on July 15, 2014. The survey of a thousand participants each from Japan, the U.S., Britain, France, South Korea and Singapore, demonstrated that Japan had the fewest rate of the six; Singapore had the highest at 93.1%, followed by South Korea at 88.7%, UK at 80%, and France at 71.6%, and U.S. at 69.6% in the U.S. On the other hand, Japan had the highest percentage of regular mobile phone owners with 28.7%.

The Smart Phone Is On Its Way Out

The not to distant future is going to strange!!


Image Of The Day

Early morning Baltimore through my camera.


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