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The Pride of Baltimore Memorial, which had been marred by 26 years' worth of exposure to the elements and recent vandalism, has undergone substantial repairs just in time for the city's commemoration of the bicentennial of the War of 1812. TheBaltimore...
Tags: Rash Field, Patterson Park
As summer's fleeting charms begin to fade, fall swirls into view in a burst of kaleidoscopic color. Relish autumn's arrival with 50 nifty travel ideas for the Mid-Atlantic region: from leaf peeping and leisurely drives, to museum-hopping, fall-inspired...
A group of local resident have joined with an architect's family to submit the Loch Raven Library for inclusion on the Baltimore County Historic Landmarks List. "It's a treasure, an absolute treasure," said Bitten Norman, one of the five people whose...
Tags: Charles Street, David Marks, Libraries, Architecture
Well, now we know what happens to Roger Sterling when he takes LSD: He sees visions of the 1919 Black Sox and faces the truth about his marriage to Jane. In that order. Yes, this was a very odd yet very effective "Mad Men." And not just because of the...
Off historic Glyndon's main street, a dirt and gravel drive lined by old trees winds its way to the home of Todd and Karen Morrill. The rambling one-story house, constructed of redwood and Butler stone, sits above multiple graduated terraces with...
Tags: Land Price, Architecture, Animals, Forests, Natural Resources
Looking back, it was tough work when the Friends of the Loch Raven Library and other volunteers gathered last month to clean up the exterior of the library on Taylor Avenue and spruce up the grounds. The Friends group was formed in January to raise...
On a country lane in Howard County, the letterbox for Cathy and Steve Klein sits directly at the driveway's edge for easy mail delivery right off the carrier's truck. Its position is similar to others along the way, but the difference is that the Kleins'...
Tribune NewspapersGetting a new home, whether it's a house, condo or an apartment, is usually pretty cut and dried. You go to an office, sign paperwork and the place is yours. No big deal, no fanfare. When Deborah Robertson got the keys to her new condo, a 35th-floor...
Fallingwater book launch and 75th anniversary What: This book launch is part of Fallingwater's 75th anniversary celebration, which continues throughout the year with special events. The symposium will include presentations by the contributors to the...
Baltimore Sun reporterGo here: Experiencing fall foliage at its finest doesn't mean roughing it. Make the Lake Pointe Inn your base and then fan out to enjoy other activities amid a mosaic of crimson, amber and moss-green foliage reflecting across the surface of Deep Creek...
The story of Fred and Jan Hallahan's dream home is one of a near miss. The couple, seeking to downsize from their Ruxton home and looking for total first-floor living, visited a custom-designed house in Lutherville that offered a first-floor master...
Tags: Land Price, Homes, Home Improvement
In this house of variegated Butler stone and stained pine, the eye is constantly drawn beyond each room's floor-to-ceiling windows and out among the trees and sky. The effect evokes the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, and with good reason. It was designed...
Tags: Crossroads, Architecture
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