Your weekend dining PLUS the sleeping pet of the week
Lots to do this weekend. Who's going out to eat?
Everyone has an Aries friend or partner who is expecting TONS OF ATTENTION for his or her birthday. (Tip: Don't spend anything on Aries gifts or dinners -- just make a huge deal out of everything and keep him or her the center of attention.)
The Charm City Roller Girls are skating at the Du Burns Arena on Saturday. I'll go to my grave not understanding the league's basic team structure much less the basic rules of the sport. Who's going? And where in Canton do you plan to eat afterward?
Talbot County Restaurant Week concludes this weekend, too.
Where will you celebrate winning the Mega Millions jackpot?
It might snow.
The sleeping pet of the week was submitted by Steve Miller, the executive chef of the County Cork Wine Pub in Eldersburg. Steve writes:
This is Carlito. He is a 100% Baltimore City Pit Bull that was rescued a little over a year and a half ago. We think he was a bait dog in a fighting ring. When he came to rescue he weighed around 40lbs, was covered in scars and open wounds, and was the sweetest dog around. He bounced around a little until I got him as a foster right before last year's blizzards. I adopted him not long after. He's now a healthy 65lbs, and everybody that has met him loves him.
He mostly sleeps, gets along with nearly every dog he meets, and eats stink bugs. He is ferocious only to a rawhide or a milk bone, and loves to curl up next to me and Ms. Joker in bed and snore.
Steve worked with Mid Atlantic Bully Buddies on Carlito's rescue.
Finally, let's see what Sam Sessa has to say about this weekend.