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Their numbers are dwindling, but a new tourism program hopes to keep their traditions and memory alive.
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A long-closed Baltimore favorite is revived, but there’s not much to connect present with past.
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Attman’s new location gives a taste of the original, with some disappointing exceptions.
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Thanks to a chef who masters spices, this Indian restaurant in Laurel offers a rich array of flavors.
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Montgomery County program matches Agricultural Reserve land owners with novice farmers.
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Lucy serves skillfully made dishes, many of them uncooked, in the area’s newest Little Ethiopia.
Low-vision aid demonstrations, talk about fresh food in schools, Zumba and more health-related programs.
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France, Austria, Spain and Greece, for $9 to $13 per bottle.
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Events include a Middle Eastern food festival, wine dinners and cooking classes.
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As newcomers settle in, Tom checks out refreshed Food Wine & Co. and Passage to India