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New Seasons May Be Added To Maryland Calendar

R1NN (Route One News Network) has just gotten another exclusive scoop! The Maryland state Senate will be voting on whether or not to add an additional 3-4 seasons to the Maryland calendar, bringing the total number of seasons up to as many as 8. "Maryland weather is truly unique, and the traditional four seasons--summer, fall, winter and spring--are just not going to cut it for a state like ours," says climatologist Dr. Kevin Brown, who spoke before the senate this morning. "A state where it's 90 degrees on a Friday and 50 degrees the following Monday, it's just not enough." Proposed seasons include Sorta Summer, Fall Except Then It Gets Really Hot, CONSTANT RAIN TIME, Crab, and All of The...
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Shopping For Marylanders Made Easy

It's about that time of year again. The weather's gotten chilly, the decorations are going up, and before you know it, Santa Claus will be coming to town. You don't want to get caught empty-handed when it's time to exchange gifts, right? Of course not! But shopping's going to be a breeze this year, thanks to all the great gifts we have for everyone in your Maryland family. From moms and dads to friends and coworkers, you won't have to check that list twice--we know you'll find something great for all your loved ones (and just in time for Black Friday!)   For Maryland Moms: Moms know how to make the season bright! Give your Maryland mama something that she'll...
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Fresh Crabs, Anytime, Anywhere

Telling the people who read this blog that crabs are good is like telling them that oxygen is good. Of course it is! You gotta have fresh crabs when they're in season. It's the main benefit of living in Maryland.   But...sometimes, something happens. Born and bred Marylanders, spoiled by their years of eating fresh, yummy, accessible crabs, move somewhere else. Somewhere that crabs aren't being caught or served. How do you go on after something like that? Who will save these poor people.   Enter: Curt Engle.   "Marylanders are used to a crab shack on every corner, several seasonal crab feasts and pretty much having crabs whenever they want," he said. "Try and think of crabs like pizza....
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New Ravens Player Drafted, Ed A. Poe

R1NN (Route One News Network) has just gotten a hot tip that a new player has just been drafted for the Ravens, Ed A. Poe!  This will be Mr. Poe's first season playing with a professional football team. He previously was interested in poetry, writing short stories, and editing, but was often told his works were 'morbid' and 'scary'. Football, he says, has been a great way to get his frustrations out. "He wanted to go into poetry," said friend Nate Hawthorne. "But it's hard to make a living that way. So when the recruiters saw what a beast he was on the football field, they were sold. Football really helps him get in touch with his emotions." Maryland Hot...
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10 Emotions Marylanders Know All Too Well

We Marylanders are diversely different from one another but there are some things that bind us. The following relatable list is full of emotions you most likely have felt at some point while living in the Old Line State. 1. Fear: Rush hour traffic Flickr / suddenimpact_si 2. Happiness: The annual vacation to Ocean City Flickr / m01229 3. Joy: Eating steamed crabs Flickr / m01229 4. Pain: Getting crab spices in an open cut Flickr / Catherine 5. Anger: When someone disses the Ravens Flickr / edwin 6. Bliss: When the Ravens win Flickr / David Robert Crews 7. Sadness: When a restaurant says they're out of Natty Boh Flickr / binu kumar 8. Confusion: Or when a restaurant says they don't have...
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