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Why Do We Have Hot Cross Buns For Easter

The hot cross buns are one of the earliest Easter traditions. How did it start?

Today’s 101.9–03/25/2016

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Maryland Retro Easter: Log Cabin Candy

When I was a kid, the “Easter Bunny” would shop at this chocolatier in Fallston. Still there after 54 years, what is the history of Log Cabin Candies? Check out the pics below…

Today’s 101.9–03/24/2016


The Last Elephant Brunch At Lexington Market

The Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Presents Circus XTREME, is hosting the 33rd annual and last Elephant Brunch at Lexington Market. Find out what do the elephants eat at the brunch? Does it cost anything?

Today’s 101.9–03/23/2016

WARMINSTER, PA - APRIL 18: Pink and yellow Marshmallow Peeps are seen April 18, 2003 in Warminster, Pennsylvania. Just Born, the manufacturer of Marshmallow Peeps, is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Marshmallow Peeps, and now produces more than one billion individual Peeps per year. Last Easter, more than 700 million Marshmallow Peeps and Bunnies were consumed by men, women, and children throughout the United States. Strange things people like to do with Marshmallow Peeps: eat them stale, microwave them, freeze them, roast them and use them as a pizza topping. Marshmallow Peeps and Bunnies come in five colors. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)

Take The Easter Candy Personality Test

Find out what your favorite Easter candy says about…

Today’s 101.9–03/22/2016


Free Italian Ice On First Day Of Spring

There is snow in our forecast for Sunday, but why not get a free Italian ice! Here is where..

Today’s 101.9–03/18/2016

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First Day Of Spring: The Balancing Egg Phenomenon

Spring begins in 2016, with the vernal equinox at…and…they say you can balance an egg during the actual arrival of spring…

Today’s 101.9–03/18/2016

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St. Patrick’s Day: Guinness Facts And How To Pour

Guinness becomes very popular this time of the year. From toasting to cooking, this Irish stout has its place on March 17. My husband and I are using a little Guinness in our crock pot for our feast later. Find out how much Guinness is consumed on this wearing of the green day.

Today’s 101.9–03/17/2016

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St. Patrick’s Trivia About Baltimore

See how well you know Baltimore’s Irish traditions and trivia.  Here’s the first question: Which Baltimore community is named for an Irish town?<!–

Today’s 101.9–03/16/2016

ALABASTER, AL - FEBRUARY 24: Honey Belle, a Shepherd mix, prepares to break ground to kick off the renovation of the off-leash area at Veteran's Park in Alabaster on February 24, 2012 in Alabaster, Alabama.

Companies Start Offering Days Off For Death Of A Pet

Do you think your company should allow for these days off too?

Today’s 101.9–03/16/2016

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St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock: The Legend And Ritual

The history of the clover and a crazy ritual called “drowning the shamrock”…

Today’s 101.9–03/15/2016

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