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  • August 15 - 21 in nightlife: Kesha, Bob Dylan, IDentity Festival, Rap Round Robin

    August 15 - 21 in nightlife: Kesha, Bob Dylan, IDentity Festival, Rap Round Robin
    Lots of marquee performers are in the area this week - Kesha, Bob Dyland and Leon Russell, a bunch of djs at the traveling music festival IDentity. But the signature event of the week is clearly the annual Rap Round Robin, which this year will feature...
  • Wedding: Kucner nuptials

    Kristen and Robert Kucner David and Linda Hicks, of Woodbridge, Va., announce the marriage of their daughter, Kristen Hicks, to Robert Kucner, son of Richard and Gwen Kucner, of Timonium, in May. The bride earned a bachelor's degree from Villanova...
  • Post-9/11 buildup added billions to Maryland's economy

    Post-9/11 buildup added billions to Maryland's economy
    General Physics Corp. had already built a strong business training police and fire departments in the use of emergency equipment. But after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the doors of opportunity opened even wider. The attacks focused officials at all...
  • Satellites give a bird's eye view of derecho storm, aftermath

    Satellites give a bird's eye view of derecho storm, aftermath
    A NASA animation created here in Maryland gives a view from space of the massive derecho storm that tore across the state a week ago tonight. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's GOES-13 satellite, which monitors weather systems in the...
  • September 11: Ten years later, a different world

    Maybe it was the graphic-novel clarity of the images, the perfect geometry of the World Trade Center towers against the flat blue sky, the orange fireballs that blossomed from the puncture wounds. Or perhaps it was the cascading of horrors, a plane...
  • Girls soccer: Centennial wins Southern Tournament

    Keeper Katie Donegan held her ground and led Centennial to the championship in a tournament held at Southern High School. Centennial beat Southern-AA, 2-1, in a shootout to win the title. Freshman Anna Mitchell scored in regulation against Southern but...
  • Luke Murray, son of actor Bill, is helping turn around Towson's basketball team

    Luke Murray, son of actor Bill, is helping turn around Towson's basketball team
    Earlier this month, assistant coach Luke Murray was traveling with Towson University's basketball team, psyching himself up for a win, when he got a text message from his dad. "I think you guys should all go bowling," the text read. "I think all you guys...
  • InsideMDSports: Terps in the mix with Philly point guard Rysheed Jordan

    InsideMDSports: Terps in the mix with Philly point guard Rysheed Jordan
    Editor's note: Each week, InsideMdSports.com provides this blog with a Maryland recruiting feature that previously appeared as premium content on its site. It’s no secret that Maryland’s roster is in need of reinforcements in the backcourt....
  • Baltimore suburbs rank third lowest in suburban office vacancy rates

    Baltimore suburbs rank third lowest in suburban office vacancy rates
    Thanks to demand from the defense sector, the vacancy rate for office space in Baltimore's suburbs is lower than anywhere else in the United States except for two suburban markets in California, a new commercial real estate report shows. Suburban...
  • Federal spending in Maryland declines

    Federal spending in Maryland dropped by nearly $1.4 billion last year — a setback for a state economy built largely on Washington dollars and a likely omen, analysts say, of further austerity to come. The pullback, which was revealed in census...
  • See better homes, gardens at the State Fairgrounds

    The annual Fall Maryland Home, Garden Show will run Friday-Sunday, Oct. 14-16, at the Maryland State Fairgrounds. The show will feature over 300 exhibitors showcasing everything from doors to deck design. This year's theme will be "Home for the Holidays"...
  • College sports news: HCC men's outdoor track team finishes third at Goucher College Invitational

    Howard Community College The outdoor track teams competed at the Goucher College Invitational on April 7. The men's program had a particularly strong day, placing third out of 16 teams. Calder Walker (first in the 400 with a time of 49.8 seconds) and...