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  • For some fine TV journalism, check out this Times 'Retro' video

    For some fine TV journalism, check out this Times 'Retro' video
    Last month, I described 2013 as the year I lost faith in one of the few bastions of TV journalism in which I still believed: "60 Minutes." I vowed to look in new places in 2014 for TV journalism I could confidently tell readers to trust. I found one...
  • Colonial Players' 'Coyote' runs wild with emotional power

    Colonial Players' 'Coyote' runs wild with emotional power
    Not many people consider starting the new year by visiting two men on death row in a maximum-security prison. But after attending a rehearsal of Colonial Players' "Coyote on a Fence," that's my recommendation for adventurous theater fans. Continuing its...
  • Baltimore is no New York [Commentary]

    Baltimore is no New York [Commentary]
    Eight months ago I exchanged my posh Lincoln Center zip code (10023) and 212 area code for Baltimore's 21209 and 410. This is my new/old city — I was raised here but spent my working life in New York. When I was laid off from a legal...
  • 'Loudest Voice' - Judging Roger Ailes with no sense of history

    'Loudest Voice' - Judging Roger Ailes with no sense of history
    If you hate the extreme polarization of American life today, with more and more people talking to and living alongside only people who share their world view, blame Roger Ailes, chairman of Fox News. If you are angry about the loss of civility, the...
  • Erotica writer Zane tops Maryland's list of tax scofflaws

    Erotica writer Zane tops Maryland's list of tax scofflaws
    The author of "The Heat Seekers" is now feeling the heat herself. Kristina L. Roberts of Upper Marlboro, better known to fans as Zane, owes the state more than $340,000 in back taxes, according to Comptroller Peter Franchot. She topped the list of...
  • Single Carrot Theatre opens new venue with a 'Flu' worth catching

    Single Carrot Theatre opens new venue with a 'Flu' worth catching
    The good vibrations inside Single Carrot Theatre's new home in Remington are infectious — all the more apt considering that the inaugural production is called "The Flu Season." Stepping into the venue, which once housed a tire repair shop, is a...
  • To help children, start in the womb [Commentary]

    To help children, start in the womb [Commentary]
    The O'Malley administration made it a priority to protect the rights of those who have committed heinous crimes, been judged by a jury of their peers and sentenced to the ultimate punishment that can be levied against them. Why is protecting those who...
  • Karzai's demands may create a horrid future for Afghanistan

    Karzai's demands may create a horrid future for Afghanistan
    The Afghan people's most dangerous foe is not the Taliban. It's not Pakistan or al-Qaeda. No, it's their president, Hamid Karzai. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry flew to Kabul earlier this month and spent more than 24 hours with Mr. Karzai, trying to...
  • William Stump, journalist

    William Stump, journalist
    William Stump, a veteran Baltimore editor and journalist, died of pneumonia Wednesday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The former Cockeysville resident was 90. Recalled for his open mind and the help he gave aspiring writers, Mr. Stump was a past...
  • Dancing star Alicia Graf Mack comes home to celebrate theatre's 30th

    Dancing star Alicia Graf Mack comes home to celebrate theatre's 30th
    On paper, there are a number of reasons why Alicia Graf Mack shouldn't be a successful dancer. She's 6 feet 2 on her tiptoes, making it harder to find male partners tall enough for her. She's biracial, growing up in a time when African-American...
  • TV's Hill Harper talks crime, punishment and books in Baltimore

    TV's Hill Harper talks crime, punishment and books in Baltimore
    Hill Harper is perhaps best known for his characters on television shows such as “CSI: NY” and the cable series “Covert Affairs.” Yet the actor came to Baltimore to tackle a different role: working to help incarcerated...
  • Point man on harbor development confronts controversy

    Point man on harbor development confronts controversy
    When developer Michael Beatty comes home from a hard day of reshaping the city's skyline, first with Harbor East and now with its neighbor, Harbor Point, he relaxes by cooking. "I love seeing projects through, but they take so long to get done,"...