Amid the building hype for the Kentucky Derby early next month, CBS is taking the time to spotlight a different high-profile horse racing event that covers far more ground.
A talented seventh-grader from Baltimore County is already about to fulfill one of his lifelong goals: Singing solo onstage, backed by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
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On Saturday, August 9, Baltimore’s dogs will smell like roses! Baltimore Humane Society is holding a dog wash! Anyone is welcome to bring their dog for a thorough cleaning. The fee for each dog’s shampoo will help the no-kill shelter raise much needed money for their Yukon Medical Fund, a special fund which helps the homeless shelter animals get much needed medical care.
As a no-kill shelter, Baltimore Humane Society’s policy is to give the medical treatment necessary that homeless animals need to live a happy, full life rather than euthanize them. But the cost of these medical procedures can add up quickly and place a huge financial burden on an already strained budget. Because Baltimore Humane Society receives no operational funding from the government or national humane societies the Yukon Medical Fund was created.
Two dogs at Baltimore Humane Society, Kana, a seven year old Canaan mix, and Sophia, a two-year old Pharoah Hound Mix, are both part of the 66 Dogs Project, a national art campaign to encourage homeless dog adoption into permanent, loving homes. Jenny Williams, a Colorado-based artist started the 66 Dogs Project, which consists of portraits of 66 dogs up for adoption that may be overlooked.
Remember Bunny, Charlotte’s first mother-in-law, on “Sex and the City”? Okay, now picture her more likable, with a wicked sense of humor and you would have my mother-in-law, Mary Charlotte Parr. She is a single gal, somewhere in her sixth decade, living on a horse farm in Glyndon. Based on those facts, you might assume that she doesn’t get out much. You would be wrong. Very wrong. Mary Charlotte’s social life is more active than anyone I know: parties, dinners, lectures, movies, parties and some more parties. Her schedule exhausts and inspires me in almost equal parts.
Want to know how the senior set from horse country rolls these days? Mary Charlotte answers with her usual wit and charm. No wonder she is always on the guest list!
Home cook assessment: Do you consider Durkee onions and Campbell’s mushroom soup legitimate ingredients or cheating?
Legitimate! Growing up our cook Alberta used both. If it was good enough for Alberta its good enough for me.
Saturday night with your favorite friends: Where do you book? What do you order?
Well let’s take tonight. I am going to Barrett’s at the Hunt Valley Mall for a pre-movie dinner. Table 22. All my friends go there.
Where would you take fun friends in from New York?
Oregon Grille or Tark’s.
How about for a celebratory dinner?
I do those privately.
Where is your go-to place with your family?
Harryman House bar if we are in the mood to go casual. The Greenspring Valley Hunt Club or the Elkridge Club for a fancier affair.
Any drive-ins, diners and dives?
I don’t know if it’s a dive but I loved the Roland Park Deli. The Field’s (of Pikesville) luncheon counter is also a favorite.
What new restaurant are you dying to try?
None on my list right now.
Where do you grocery shop and why?
Regularly? Santoni’s. Mars for staples. I also stop into Graul’s, Ruxton only!
Is there a food item that you regularly go out of your way to buy?
In the summer months I buy my produce at Misty Valley Farms.
What Baltimore restaurant has the best vibe?
Wherever I’m out I make my own with the people I invite.
Okay, we gotta do it. Best crab cake?
Linwoods, and on the topic of crab, their crab cobb is divine.
Anything on your wish list for the Baltimore food scene?
I can’t wait for Ted (Restaurateur Teddy Bauer) to reopen The Valley Inn.