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Sun ReportersThe murder trial of John Allen Muhammad wound down strangely yesterday as a prosecutor described the alleged sniper as a "pathetic coward" and Muhammad gave a rambling 3 1/2 -hour closing argument in which he quoted the Bible, alleged a government...
Tags: Justice System, Death, Albert Einstein, Children, Prosecution
Baltimoresun.com StaffComplete list of nominees in 108 categories announced Thursday for the 48th annual Grammy Awards, to be presented Feb. 8 in Los Angeles: 1. Record of the Year "We Belong Together," Mariah Carey "Feel Good Inc.," Gorillaz featuring De La Soul "Boulevard...
Special to baltimoresun.comThe People Tree, a golden starburst sculpture situated on the edge of man-made Lake Kittamaqundi in the heart of Columbia, is a fitting symbol of the community's fundamental principles of diversity, equality and camaraderie. It was these extant pillars of...
Maryland WeatherHad enough rain and drizzle yet? Doesn't matter. We're in for another day of it today, although the menu should change to showers this afternoon and taper off overnight as this coastal low finally moves out to sea, and drier......
Special to Baltimoresun.comBoundaries: Bordered roughly by Route 108 to the north and west, Route 32 to the south and I-95 to the east, Columbia's villages extend slightly beyond its northern and southern boundaries. Claim to fame: Bizarre street and community names like Satan...
Sun StaffOn a bright, sunny, June morning, the view of Union Square Park from the front parlor of Fran and Debra Rahl's Stricker Street rowhouse in Southwest Baltimore resembles a vintage postcard right out of 1885. Located in the 1500 blocks of Hollins and...
Special to The SunThe Village of Hickory Ridge may be the second-largest village in Columbia, but it is one of its best-kept secrets. Tucked in a pocket of Columbia that's bordered by the Little Patuxent Parkway and Routes 32 and 29, Hickory Ridge provides easy access...
Tags: Tennis, Children, Family, Hospitals and Clinics, Homes
Sun StaffSecond of two parts Do you have current reasons for living?" "I hope I'll get better. You can't get better if you're not alive ..." "Do you have doubts things are going to improve?" "Well, yeah!" "Do you believe your doctor when he says you'll get...
HOW DID Marylanders end up with two poignant moments in race relations in just one week? Well, it can't be because we're lucky, because one of those moments involves the death of Noah Jamahl Jones, a black teenager who died last year after a melee...
Tags: John Bailey, Minority Groups, Emmett Till, Slavery, Book
READER SUBMITTED: Connecticut Proves "Still Revolutionary"- To The National Society Of Colonial Dames Of AmericaGreater HartfordConnecticut "Still Revolutionary" rang true this weekend as members of the Society of Colonial Dames from all over the United States joined the Connecticut chapter for the Region IV conference. Colonial Dames members gathered together at the Marriott...
Special CorrespondentCheck this list often as new tips, events and deals around Florida come in: Culinary features on Anna Maria Island Mainsail Beach Inn on Florida’s Anna Maria Island has partnered with the Beach Bistro to offer a number of culinary luxuries to...
Pop2it"I was very flattered and pleased ... and it's a great show that they put on, too," Carol Burnett says of being newly named as this year's recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor....
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