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Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon should not re-enter the political world. If not for a particularly egregious lapse of common sense (thieving gift cards intended for less fortunate people), people would very likely remember her in a more positive...
Tags: Sheila Dixon, Target, Kwanzaa, Nottingham
The snow on the day after the Christian observance of Palm Sunday and the first day of the Jewish observance of Passover was certainly an unusual occurrence in Harford County. The most vital of holidays for both faiths are very closely associated with...
Tags: Nazareth, Religious Festivals, Easter, Judaism, Passover Seder
For his first full season as Center Stage artistic director, Kwame Kwei-Armah focused on works that could spark conversation about a variety of heady issues. Midway through that season, he has unveiled a very different theme for the next one. "If this...
Eager to avoid a repeat of the violence last St. Patrick's Day, when youths fought in downtown streets and a tourist was beaten unconscious, Baltimore police are stepping up patrols in nightlife centers starting this weekend. Commanders will add extra...
Kathleen M. Zeidler, a retired legal secretary and homemaker, died Friday of complications from Alzheimer's disease at a Kensington assisted-living facility. The longtime Roland Park resident was 85. The daughter of a veterinarian and a homemaker, Ruth...
Jenny and Ben Hauser took something of a leap of faith in 2005, when barely a year after the couple met, they were engaged to marry and opened Glarus Chocolatier in Timonium. Two children, three locations, and eight years of marriage later, the...
Marianna Inga Burt, an attorney who represented children, died of cardiovascular disease March 12 at Union Memorial Hospital. She was 80 and lived in the Tuscany-Canterbury section of North Baltimore. Born Marianna Koenig in Hoganas, Sweden, she was...
When the floor of the Recher Theatre was still filled with pool tables and high-top tables, a local cover band named Plunge was among the first bands to perform as the club transitioned to a music venue in 1999. After Mike Ruocco, a former member of...
Tags: Music, Iggy Pop, Concerts, Chris Daughtry, Dining and Drinking
After fighting with the father of her child, an Essex woman contacted her boyfriend and his brother, who shot and killed him, and injured two others at a Middle River bus stop last month, Baltimore County police said. Michael Desmon Martin, 22, Mikal A....
Passover is seen traditionally as a holiday of the spring, not usually marked by snow. But Howard Kaplan and his wife, Roberta, of Baltimore, wouldn't let Monday's inclement conditions deter them from coming to the Pimlico Race Course to dispose of...
Tags: Bernard C. Young, Egypt, Breads, Judaism, Pimlico Race Course
As members of the B'nai Israel Congregation in downtown Baltimore on Sunday discussed preparations for the start of Passover, they also reflected on President Barack Obama's recent visit to Israel. "It was a wonderful thing that the president went to...
Tags: Elections, Israel, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, Jerusalem (Israel)
When tickets to the third Grand Prix of Baltimore went on sale in December, race promoter Race On announced a drastic drop in the price for junior tickets. Now, some kids can watch for free. Race On announced Tuesday a revised ticket plan -- one already...
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