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Turn 1, a sharp right from Pratt Street onto Light Street, was the scene of numerous wipe-outs during practice runs, and as the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix got started yesterday it was a scene that Chris Clifford captured with his cellphone, which he...
Tags: Randallstown, Marco Andretti, Television, Vehicles, Auto Racing
Invited over to help celebrate his son's first birthday, 25-year-old Hari P. Close III had been a no-show. But overnight Tuesday, Close crept into the home where his son lived and climbed into bed with the boy's mother, records show. On Wednesday...
Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes to create the stunning images of houses that grace fine design magazines, newspapers, and websites? Unlike news photography, which records events as they happen, or studio and fashion photography, which captures...
An "America's Next Top Model" cycle with past models may be a thing of nightmares for Tyra I-Made-Smize-A-Word Banks, but it's something I and many other fans have been hoping for since Twiggy left several cycles back. In fact, Tyra and the gang have...
Images of nearly 6,000 Baltimoreans are the life's work of a photographer who documented racial segregation and early civil rights protests, and also captured candid moments of now-anonymous brides, classmates, football players and black residents of...
Tags: Druid Hill, Bolton Hill, Thurgood Marshall, Arts, Paul Robeson
Businessman Mark Dent got his first look inside the old Mount Vernon United Methodist Church, in Hampden, on Jan. 5, 2010, 18 months after a lightning strike ended its life as a house of worship. Dent was looking to relocate his multimillion-dollar...
This summer, the Baltimore artist Robert McClintock can see one of his brightly colored original prints hanging in the prestigious Smithsonian Institution. He just can't get into Artscape. The 54-year-old McClintock is one of Baltimore's most popular ...
Tags: Marilyn Monroe, Fine Artists, Charles Village, Lobbying, Arts
So many hot-dog jokes, so little time. It was all about branding, makeovers and a Pink's hot dog photo shoot Wednesday night. And that's really what they models needed: a lesson on promoting their brand, a good ol' fashioned Ty-over (this blog will be...
Within a couple of hours of picking up his first ring, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was back on a football field, a champagne bottle in his right hand and his bride and his groomsmen crouched down in front of him like hulking offensive linemen. Flacco...
Considering the extent to which art defines everyday life in Italy, it's not surprising that some Italians wanted to go out in style. That's an art-historical lesson imparted by the photography exhibit "A Legacy of Love: Italian Memorial Sculpture" at the...
Clarence B. "Curly" Garrett, a retired Baltimore Sun news photographer whose career spanned nearly four decades, died Saturday of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at Homewood at Plum Creek, a Hanover, Pa., retirement community. The former Ellicott...
Marjorie G. Gilbert, a retired certified public accountant who co-owned a Baltimore County jewelry business, died of pneumonia complications Feb. 13 at Sinai Hospital. She was 88 and lived in Owings Mills. Born Marjorie Gross in Newark, N.J., she was a...
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