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  • 7 things we learned from JWOWW's new website

    7 things we learned from JWOWW's new website
    Celebrity lifestyle blogs tend to be little more than bragging and holier-than-thou advice (cough*GwynethPaltrow*cough). But Jenni "JWOWW" Farley's is thankfully a bit different. The "Jersey Shore" star officially launched her site, jwoww.com, today....
  • Murder in the first dropped in July Fourth stabbing

    The first degree murder charge has been dropped in the case of the Fourth of July Inner Harbor stabbing, according to court records. A charge of second-degree murder and a count of possession of a dangerous weapon with the intent to injure are still being...
  • Habitat seeks more helpers

    Editor: The recent merger of two Habitat for Humanity affiliates - Harford and Cecil - into one has created more opportunities for eager volunteers to participate. While our name may have changed, the mission of Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna...
  • Columbia's Historic Oakland manor house turns 200

    Columbia's Historic Oakland manor house turns 200
    Whether to development or disaster, Howard County has lost many of its impressive early farmhouses and manors. But at least one remnant of the landed gentry has not only survived but found new life by changing from a private home to public use. Historic...
  • Md. high court strikes down DNA collection at arrest

    Maryland's highest court on Tuesday blocked police in most cases from collecting DNA samples when they arrest suspects in violent crimes and burglaries, dealing a blow to one of Gov. Martin O'Malley's signature initiatives. The Court of Appeals ruled 5-2...
  • Unusual warrior takes unlikely path — to peace

    Unusual warrior takes unlikely path — to peace
    Some see war and peace as opposites. But at one point, former U.S. Marine Capt. Rye Barcott found himself fully committed to serving both. In 2000, the ROTC scholarship recipient from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill traveled to Kibera,...
  • Book review: 'Composing a Further Life'

    Book review: 'Composing a Further Life'
    Stop for a moment to absorb this possibility: Rather than dreading a protracted old age, consider that you have been given the gift of an extra phase, what Mary Catherine Bateson calls "Adulthood II." There are no longer three generations in one average...
  • God is in the details of this Bali exhibition

    God is in the details of this Bali exhibition
    In 1930, Mexican artist Miguel Covarrubias and his wife, Rose, traveled to the island of Bali in Indonesia and promptly fell in love with what they saw. They stayed nine months, soaking up the natural beauty and distinct culture. Covarrubias later wrote a...
  • It Speaks to Me: Alexandra Grant on R.B. Kitaj's 'How to Read' at LACMA

     
    R.B. Kitaj did a series of screen prints by photographing 50 book covers from his own library. There’s a wide variety of titles, from “The Wording of Police Charges” and the Penguin version of Margaret Mead’s “Coming of Age in......
  • The Loud Family, Seven Years After TV Series

     
    Jan. 6, 1980: Years before there was MTV’s “The Real World” (or MTV, for that matter), there was Craig Gilbert’s “An American Family,” the story of the Loud family of Santa Barbara, which aired on PBS in 12 one-hour episodes......
  • Theater review: ‘Hair’ from Florida Theatrical Association

     
    For a show built around the most important concepts of real life — self-expression, freedom, love, peace — an air of unreality hangs over the Broadway touring production of “Hair.” That’s not necessarily a bad thing for...
  • Photographer Lindsay McCrum documents 'Chicks With Guns'

     
    Photographer Lindsay McCrum documents "Chicks With Guns"...