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  • Glenelg High's robotics team shows a lot of class

    On Saturday, Sept. 20, the Glenelg High School Robotiators, Team 888 Robotics team, competed in and earned two awards at the 8th annual Battle O' Baltimore FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition.
  • The gift of reading: give it to your kids [Commentary]

    The gift of reading: give it to your kids [Commentary]
    Now that the school year has begun, we have many questions: Is the new Core Curriculum good or bad? What about "No Child Left Behind"? How many remedial courses should a college student be allowed to take? Letter grades versus pass/fail? The questions and...

    Family bond forged from here to France [West Friendship]

    Le monde est un cercle. C'est vrai. The world is a circle, indeed, and nowhere was that more in evidence than this summer when Ellen and Ken Nibali of West Friendship welcomed Stan Dupuy, a visitor from France. Stan, who is the equivalent of a junior in...

    Lawyer training Maryland public defenders among MacArthur grant winners

    Lawyer training Maryland public defenders among MacArthur grant winners
    A law professor who is teaching Maryland's public defenders to better serve their poor clients amid "crushing" caseloads is among the winners of this year's MacArthur Foundation "genius" grants. As founder of the Atlanta-based organization Gideon's...

    Author Natalie Wexler reads at the Ivy Bookshop

    Author Natalie Wexler reads at the Ivy Bookshop
    After poring through 20 boxes of Betsy Bonaparte's correspondence at the Maryland Historical Society, Natalie Wexler's heart sank. In 2005, Wexler had been captivated by a portrait she'd seen of the Baltimore-born beauty, who wed Jerome Bonaparte,...