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In 1893, a group of Baltimore patriots joined the Improved Order of Red Men and began meeting in Hampden Hall on what is now The Avenue. Adopting the democratic ideals, customs and costumes of American Indians, as well as the Red Men motto, "Freedom,...
Dr. Carol Cooper has taken an alternative path to healing the sick and the weary. A graduate of University of Maryland School of Medicine, Dr. Copper has been practicing family medicine for over 20 years. But sensing a frustration in her patients and a...
The Baltimore SunTake out your slutty nurse and Pocahontas outfits ladies and gents, Halloween is upon us yet again. I'm sorry for making that line kind of rhyme, but it's hard not to harmonize about the best holiday of the year. Later this week, we'll be putting up a...
Reality CheckJanell reports on last night's American Idol:The Top 12 are performing tonight, and the theme is not “whatever you want,” for a change. It’s “Song From the Year You Were Born” night, a theme which will make the viewing...
Forget about jogging, aerobics and exercise programs. If you really want a workout, try venturing up the old Cape Henry Lighthouse in Virginia Beach, Va., a 92-foot tower atop a 50-foot hill that's been overlooking the Chesapeake Bay for more than 200...
My daughter, Isabelle, loves great stories -- especially the ones that are full of gloom. Her favorite movie scene is from Cinderella, when the main character's stepsisters rip apart her lovely pink dress just before the ball, followed closely by one from...
The Hartford CourantRelease dates are subject to change. Nov. 23 The Ice Harvest - Harold Ramis stretches a bit with this comic thriller, in which John Cusack's sleazebag lawyer lusts after Connie Nielsen's strip-club owner. Billy Bob Thornton, so good at playing...
Sun reporterA proposed east-west highway through the Washington suburbs would cost up to $1,500 a year in tolls for a daily rush-hour commuter, making the road too costly for many middle-income Marylanders to use, opponents of the project said yesterday. Foes of the...
Sun StaffAlmost every schoolchild knows the fabled Harriet Tubman -- "The Moses of Her People," "Conductor of the Underground Railroad" -- and most adults probably know what every schoolchild knows. Children's stories, but little more. Amazingly, until this...
The Charleston Gazette, W.Va.CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Alpha Natural Resources created an "imminent danger" to miners when it used mobile equipment that had been modified in a way that limited the visibility of underground miners, state inspectors have alleged. The state Office of...
Debra Ann Leisinger, 60, of Englewood Road, Hagerstown, Md., passed away Thursday, May 16, 2013, at Meritus Medical Center. Born Nov. 28, 1952, in Hagerstown, she was the daughter of the late John and Clara (Shatzer) Perrott. She attended South...
The Virginian-PilotJamestown-Scotland Ferry will run at a reduced capacity today while the Pocahontas and Surry ferries undergo scheduled maintenance. The Pocahontas is expected to be back in service before the evening commute, according to a news release from the...
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