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Presidents Day

Presidents Day Is February 17

Monday, February 17 is Presidents Day-- a federal holiday!
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'Modern Family' Cast Get Emotional at Show's Final Table Read

The cast of Modern Family got emotional at the show’s final table read of their last script. The long-running ABC series is coming to end after 11 seasons on April 8th.
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Cupid

It's Almost Valentine's Day

To help get you in the mood for the holiday, we'll have special Valentine's prizes all week, starting Monday, February 10, including tickets to see Celine Dion at Royal Farms Arena! Listen starting Monday!
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Patrick Dempsey Returning to TV in New Political Drama 'Ways & Means'

Patrick Dempsey is returning to your TV screens! The “Grey’s Anatomy” alum will star and executive produce a political drama set in Washington D.C. titled “Ways & Means.” Dempsey will play a “powerful congressional leader who has lost faith in politics. He finds himself working secretly with an...
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Lamar

BIG TRUSS!

This is our weekend! Congrats, Ravens, on a great season---- take it all the way!
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Hanukkah

Happy Hanukkah From Today's 101.9!

The Jewish holiday of Hanukkah began on Sunday night, December 22, and lasts for eight days, ending at sunset on Monday, December 30. And whether you spell it HANUKKAH or CHANUKAH, we hope you have a wonderful time and get to enjoy it with your friends and family!
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Maryland Trivia Quiz

Maryland Trivia Quiz

Okay, my fellow Marylanders...It's time to test your knowledge of The Land of Pleasant Living. Let's see how well you know The Old Line State. I am a Maryland girl- born and raised here. I love my state and I especially love learning about all its quirks and the things that make it unique. Take...
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Abraham Lincoln Pardons Thanksgiving Turkey

Each year the President pardons the Thanksgiving turkey before Thanksgiving . This Presidential tradition began in 1863 when a live turkey was delivered to the White House for the Lincoln family to feast on during the holidays. Abraham Lincoln’s 10 year old son, Tad, quickly befriended the bird and...
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The History of Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin pie is a Thanksgiving favorite! Pumpkins, which are native to North America and are plentiful this time of the year, were a staple food for Native Americans and for early American settlers as well. But when were the first pumpkin pies created? By the 1670s, recipes for “pumpion pie” began...
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EAGLES

The Bald Eagles Are Back At The Conowingo Dam

There is something very special very near us. Take a drive up to the Conowingo Dam and check out the Bald Eagle migration. Each year, there are hundreds of Bald Eagles migrating from the colder northern climate and they gather at the Conowingo Dam. The Susquehanna is packed with big fish that are...
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