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  • In Hunt Valley, Harry Potter fans share joy and lament at premiere of 'Deathly Hallows Part 2'

    In Hunt Valley, Harry Potter fans share joy and lament at premiere of 'Deathly Hallows Part 2'
    Towson resident Sophia Wilhelmi, 15, had her ticket to the midnight premiere of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" long before she showed up at Regal Cinemas in Hunt Valley. But she wanted to be first in line so she'd get a good seat in the...
  • Harry Potter brings magic to theater

    Harry Potter brings magic to theater
    After 400 million books sold and $2 billion at the box office, the final film, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II," opened at midnight July 15 at the Hollywood Theatre. Not since "Spider-Man 2" premiered in 2004 had the theater on Oregon...
  • Playing with 'Crumbs'

    Playing with 'Crumbs'
    If life is a banquet, playwright and actor Al Letson doesn't let a crumb go to waste. "I do a lot of autobiographical work," said the author of "Crumbs," currently on the boards at Theatre Project. "I am concerned with the truth, if not the literal...
  • Duff Goldman is California dreaming

    Duff Goldman is California dreaming
    Duff Goldman has just baked a cake of Baltimore's Washington Monument in Mount Vernon. And it looks just like the city's most famous landmark — right up to the statue of the nation's first president that stands atop its tower and down to the fine...
  • BSO to premiere concert version of 'Christmas Carol'

    BSO to premiere concert version of 'Christmas Carol'
    Composer Bob Christianson is nothing if not versatile. He wrote a lot of pulsating music that accompanied episodes about several, um, energetic women in New York on the HBO series "Sex and the City." He has provided themes for Travel Channel's "Mysteries...
  • Maurice Sendak appreciation: Author left mark on Baltimore readers

    Maurice Sendak appreciation: Author left mark on Baltimore readers
    Somewhere the wild things are roaring their terrible roars and gnashing their terrible teeth and rolling their terrible eyes and showing their terrible claws. They're mourning their creator, children's book author Maurice Sendak, who stepped into his...
  • Making your own Christmas traditions

    One of the scary, but cool things about marriage that no one tells you about is that you start your own Christmas family traditions. For someone who doesn't have any holiday traditions to bring to the table, though, you have to start from scratch. I've...
  • For too many, still no room at the inn

    "Women are not dying because of disease we cannot treat; they are dying because societies have yet to make the decision that their lives are worth saving." — Dr. Mahmoud Fathalla, author of the "World Report on Women's Health" A young woman, large...
  • Commentary: By the book isn't necessarily what's expected

    Commentary: By the book isn't necessarily what's expected
    An odd confluence of events has me pondering the future of a technological marvel that in a lot of ways makes possible the celebration of independence we U.S. citizens proudly enjoy this week. The coming Independence Day celebration, combined with the...
  • SpaceX pushes back the final frontier

    SpaceX pushes back the final frontier
    If all goes as planned, sometime this morning a spacecraft will blast off from its launchpad in Cape Canaveral, Fla., and ride a fiery plume of contrails upward through the pre-dawn darkness to begin a two-week journey to the International Space Station...
  • Reisterstown: Fiction writer aiming for gold with 'Song of the Nile'

    Ah, the lazy days of summer. There is nothing like grabbing a good read and heading for the nearest beach or pool to while away the hours. That might be a better-than-great idea if you are among those without electricity or water, or both following the...
  • More with Amandeep Sandhu

    More with Amandeep Sandhu
    As promised, here's the continuation of Rosalia Scalia's thoughtful Q&A with Indian novelist Amandeep Sandhu. He touches on inspirations, the challenge of writing in another language, and the role that emotion plays in great writing. RS: You said that in...