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Tim Swift
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Tim Swift is a digital journalist.
Tim Swift is a digital journalist.

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Who are the top dogs in the Baltimore supermarket game? The results may surprise you ... http://bsun.md/1hTrgsK
(Baltimore Sun Photo of Wegmans by Nate Pesce)
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The fight over e-cigarettes is growing but evidence of potential dangers is inconclusive
The growing popularity of e-cigarettes has not escaped the notice of the industry’s critics, who have stepped up calls for new regulations, including bans on their use in public places, even though the scientific evidence about exposure to their vapors remains inconclusive. http://bsun.md/1jX4rZ1
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Bear with me food snobs, Red Lobster is worth saving
Instead of throwing Red Lobster overboard, it's time bring the chain to into the 21st Century. Even in its hobbled state, people still love the place. On Friday, a rumor of its demise sent the Internet into a panic. http://bsun.md/18OYV5K
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A (post) Christmas miracle!

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Will America see a Chick-Fil-A and 'Duck Dynasty' team up?
Some Duck Dynasty fans have taken to Facebook to create Chick-Phil-A Day to support the controversial star Phil Robertson. The page already has more 20,000 likes and has been featured on the conservative newsite the Blaze? According to the Facebook page, Chick-Phil-A Day is set for January 21. http://bsun.md/18OrCQ4
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Which stores have the best and worst return policies? Now that the dust has settled on Christmas morning's unwrapping carnage, it's clear not everyone is in love with their gifts. http://bsun.md/1eGRd01
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PlayStation 4 and XBox One sold out at most Baltimore stores
Despite their hefty price tags, Playstation 4 and XBox One video game consoles just might be the most sought after gifts of the holiday season. http://bsun.md/JlxzYJ
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Under Armour inundated with 'Duck Dynasty' fan mail
Under Armour may not want to talk about "Duck Dynasty," but fans of the now controversial reality show took to the Baltimore-based company's social media accounts this weekend to praise Under Armour for sticking by the embattled franchise. | http://bsun.md/1a3JBNm
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Baltimore-based sports apparel maker Under Armour is keeping its ties to the "Duck Dynasty" franchise amid a media uproar over comments made by star Phil Robertson about gays and blacks. | http://bsun.md/1dWzflk
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Sun In-Depth: John Waters | http://bsun.md/130nTHw 

Read up on the sultan of sleaze, the duke of dirt, the prince of puke -- Baltimore's own John Waters. The Sun's new in-depth page features photos, classic stories and an interactive timeline.

(Photo by David Hobby / The Baltimore Sun)
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