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Young chef talks culinary dreams

Addison Osta Smith endured the ups and downs of reality competition for weeks and now that she’s back home in River Forest, she wants to experience those twists and turns some more.

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As their numbers grow, centenarians get more company

BALTIMORE - Each Thursday, Dr. Walter Ehrlich can be found along busy 41st Street in Roland Park, surrounded by signs protesting excessive war and expressing concerns about climate change. The 100-year-old regularly talks with family on Skype, sends emails and recently learned to use the Uber transportation app.

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Game review: Delightful game spins a Yarn-y of a tale

Since Electronic Arts unveiled "Unravel" at E3 2015, many players have been enamored with its adorable hero, Yarny. Not much has been revealed of "Unravel" aside from some of the game's early locales and a number of its physics-based puzzles, and that's for good reason as the story the game tells spans a lifetime of memories, both good and bad. And just like real life, "Unravel" hopes you look back at your experience with fondness rather than regret. In a way, I got to experience both once I reached the end.

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