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  • Charles E. Lamb, noted architect

    Charles E. Lamb, noted architect
    Charles Edwin Lamb, an architect of forward-looking, modernist structures and a founder of the RTKL firm, died of complications of Parkinson's disease Dec. 12 at the Heron Point Retirement Community in Chestertown. He was 87 and had lived in Baltimore and Annapolis.
  • Charles Lamb, neighborhood benefactor [Letter]

    Charles Lamb, neighborhood benefactor [Letter]
    I want to add a dimension about Charlie Lamb that did not appear in Jacques Kelly's obituary ("Charles E. Lamb, noted architect," Jan 9). In addition to being a founder of the architectural firm RTKL, he was a founder and benefactor of the non-profit...

    Building schools, building communities

    Building schools, building communities
    The $1.2 billion approved by the Maryland General Assembly for city school construction is a historic opportunity for transformation in Baltimore. But if, after 10 years, the outcome is just new schools, we will have missed a once-in-a-lifetime...

    RTKL wins contest to design iconic building in China

    RTKL wins contest to design iconic building in China
    Baltimore-based RTKL Associates Inc. recently beat two international rivals to win a contract to design an iconic structure for a city along the Yangtze River in China. Last winter, RTKL and two other architectural firms — one British, the other...

    M.J. "Jay" Brodie: Economic development chief will retire after 16 years

    M.J. "Jay" Brodie: Economic development chief will retire after 16 years
    When asked 16 years ago to head Baltimore's economic development agency, M.J. "Jay" Brodie really didn't want the job. The 75-year-old Brodie, who will retire from the Baltimore Development Corp. after serving as president under four mayors, is...