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  • Mom's a madam in 'And When She Was Good'

    Mom's a madam in 'And When She Was Good'
    Heloise Lewis wears several hats. She's a prostitute who runs an escort business. She's a single mom who voraciously reads classic literature and has a close relationship with her 11-year-old son. And she's entangled with a murderer who also happens to be a drug dealer, a crime boss and, although he doesn't know it, her son's father.
  • Appreciation: Peter Falk's Columbo rivaled best Brit detectives

    Appreciation: Peter Falk's Columbo rivaled best Brit detectives
    Peter Falk had a fine career on the stage and in feature films. His crazed comic performance in "The In-Laws" alone would guarantee a major appreciation from film critics and scholars. But it is his network television work in the 1970s as a modest, sly,...

    Connie L. Knox, Sun copy editor and Guild leader, dies

    Connie L. Knox, Sun copy editor and Guild leader, dies
    Connie L. Knox, a veteran Baltimore Sun copy editor and Sun Magazine writer who had been active in the Newspaper Guild for decades, died Sunday of an apparent heart attack at her Sparks home. She was 68. Connie L. Mugrage was born and raised in Akron,...

    William N. Jackson, IRS supervisor

    William N. Jackson, IRS supervisor
    William N. Jackson, a decorated World War II veteran and retired Internal Revenue Service group supervisor who assisted in the criminal investigation of 1970s political corruption cases, died at Sinai Hospital on Sunday after falling at his home. He was...

    Laura Lippman's darker side of Dickeyville

    Laura Lippman's darker side of Dickeyville
    The pungent, haunting narrative of Laura Lippman's new novel, "The Most Dangerous Thing," kicks in with a group of kids arguing for dibs on a grassy kickball field near a cotton mill on "Wetheredsville Road." The whole scene sounds like a cozy...