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Tulip Clothing Holds Annual Warehouse Sale, November 17 – 21, Glen Burnie


Tulip Clothing began in 2011, when the brother and sister team of Richard Anderson and Debbie Seabold saw a need for more quality, cotton apparel in the market, and opened shop in a home basement in Silver Spring.  The line, which features generously sized clothing for a chic, comfortable and conscious lifestyle, was an instant hit.

NYT Profiles Baltimore’s Dan Bell and the Area’s Once-Thriving Malls

The inside of the since-demolished Owings Mills Mall. Photo via Wikimedia Commons.

A darker side of business in Maryland is on display in The New York Times this week, with a Baltimore-based filmmaker and YouTuber serving as the narrative guide.

Baltimore Soccer Club Christos FC Surprises D.C. United in Loss

Still via Streamable/U.S. Soccer

You wouldn’t know it from the box score, but local amateur soccer team Christos FC gave D.C. United a run for their money last night.

Young Rescue Dog from Glen Burnie to Play in the Puppy Bowl

Courtesy Animal Planet

An Anne Arundel County dog is set to make his family proud this Sunday in the second-best national event airing on cable TV.

Glen Burnie Man’s Theft of NSA Documents Could Be Largest Ever


nsarestMove over Snowden. The big stash of classified material that was allegedly stolen from the NSA by a Glen Burnie man is shaping up to be the largest in history.

Pizza Man Robbed with Machete in Glen Burnie


pizza_macheteDomino’s Pizza drivers carry less than $20, but that didn’t stop a group of four masked men from targeting one Glen Burnie driver with a machete overnight.

Anne Arundel Republicans Have Officially Jumped the Shark


Exhibit "A"

Okay. Here’s how a recent article in the Baltimore Sun reporting on a Republican fundraiser in Glen Burnie begins: “The 8-year-old Anne Arundel County boy who was suspended for biting a pastry into the shape of a gun received [a] standing ovation and a lifetime membership to the National Rifle Association Wednesday night.”

Republicans, listen up! The pastry-gun incident was absolutely laughable. It was a political freebie. Any time you needed a laugh line in a speech about out-of-touch gun-control advocates, it would have been there for you. It also happened at a school! So it could also have been used whenever it was convenient to broadly disparage school faculty.

Pizza Hut Driver Employee Fends Off Robbers with Tent Stake in Glen Burnie



Consider tipping your pizza delivery driver a little extra next time; these people are braving some real dangers to get you your food!

Pizza Hut employee Sam Swicewood had a sense of the hazards. So he carried a fiberglass tent stake with him as he attempted to deliver a pizza in Glen Burnie on December 14. He was met by a group of youths keen on taking his cash (and presumably, the pizza). According to the police, one of the kids punched him in the face, but he fended them off using the stake and a screen door.