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  • The Bard gets new 'Globe-ish' digs in Baltimore

    The Bard gets new 'Globe-ish' digs in Baltimore
    For the past 12 years, the name Chesapeake Shakespeare Company has been most associated with its outdoor productions in summer and fall, reached by trekking up a hill to the rustic ruins of Patapsco Female Institute Historic Park in Ellicott City. Audience seating typically involved folding chairs or blankets.
  • Calvin K. Kobsa, architect

    Calvin K. Kobsa, architect
    Calvin K. Kobsa, a semiretired Baltimore architect who was the founder of Calvin Kern Kobsa & Associates, died May 10 of complications after brain surgery at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 86. "Calvin will be remembered as a kind soul and a...

    Reluctantly joining the side that prefers Joppatowne [Letter]

    As much as I hate to disagree with Dion Guthrie, that little place on the banks of the Gunpowder really is Joppatowne. At the time the first English settlers arrived here, theĀ  proper spelling was "towne," and the settlement was named for the city of...

    Aberdeen's historic B&O station moves slowly toward restoration

    Aberdeen's historic B&O station moves slowly toward restoration
    Restoration of Aberdeen's long-dilapidated historic Baltimore & Ohio Railroad train station might finally be moving forward with plans to construct a new foundation for the eventual relocation of the building. The Historical Society of Harford County,...

    Maryland seeks historic status for Fort Carroll

    Maryland seeks historic status for Fort Carroll
    When she thinks of Fort Carroll, the abandoned 19th-century military installation in the Patapsco River, Beverly Eisenberg thinks of her grandfather — and of duckpin bowling balls. She visited the six-sided artificial island as a little girl, just...