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  • Matt Nathanson keeps it light for sold-out Rams Head Live show

    Matt Nathanson keeps it light for sold-out Rams Head Live show
    On Friday night, singer/songwriter Matt Nathanson shared his decades-in-the-making theory with a sold-out crowd at Rams Head Live. “Inside every one of us there is a tiny Whitney Houston. Tonight we exorcise our tiny Whitney Houstons out into...
  • John Morsberger

    John Morsberger
    John W. Morsberger Jr., who co-owned and managed Glenmore Gardens, a popular Overlea crab house, died of lymphoma Wednesday at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Timonium resident was 72. Born in Baltimore in a Calvert and 23rd streets basement apartment,...
  • 3-D printing hits the masses at Hampden's Atomic Books

    3-D printing hits the masses at Hampden's Atomic Books
    Nolen Strals is holding his head in his hand. It is gold and palm-sized, made of finely ribbed plastic. But there, unmistakably, are Strals' thoughtful brow, the pinch of his nose, smoothly sloped forehead. The bust was not crafted by a sculptor or...
  • The business case for redistricting reform

    The business case for redistricting reform
    When the Greater Baltimore Committee asked a roundtable of CEOs for ideas on how to improve Maryland's business climate, many of the answers were unsurprising — lower taxes, a more predictable regulatory system and the like. But at least one of them...
  • 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...
  • Canton Kayak Club website hacked to display message on Muslim oppression

    Canton Kayak Club website hacked to display message on Muslim oppression
    First The New York Times; now the Canton Kayak Club? The website for the group of urban paddling enthusiasts was the victim of an apparent hacking Wednesday and Thursday, bearing an image of a man on a horse with a spear and the messages "NO WAR!" and...
  • Hear, hear: Public health officials should push governments to reduce noise

    As I write, dueling leaf blowers compete, a lawn mower powerful enough for a golf course grinds around a small grassy plot, a jack hammer dril-il-il-il-il-ils the surface of Roland Avenue, cars honk at the intersection, and a police car (one of dozens...
  • You could look it up

    Perhaps before we publish, or read, any more inane articles about lexicography, we might take a moment to reflect on what dictionaries are for.  One of the latest misguided (read: stupid) articles on the subject is by Michael Dirda in The Washington...
  • Back Story: Maddox openly defied Civil Rights Act in Georgia

    Back Story: Maddox openly defied Civil Rights Act in Georgia
    I was traveling alone in Georgia during the summer of 1964 to visit relatives, and vividly recall that a year after the March on Washington, a sense of racial tension still permeated much of the South. I was from New Jersey, my mother was from Macon, Ga....
  • Supreme fashion in Philadelphia

    Supreme fashion in Philadelphia
    They may have strutted on a stage instead of a runway, but members of the Supremes were well known for their fashionable style. Over two decades of climbing the charts, the singing group performed in a variety of venues — including a performance in...
  • The Internet likes Kanye; not such a big fan of the Tumblr purchase

    The Internet likes Kanye; not such a big fan of the Tumblr purchase
    Yahoo has added another major property to its portfolio, Kanye West went dark and political for his SNL gig, and France is buying military equipment. Welcome to your post-weekend trends report for May 20, 2013. With the exception of television show...
  • After the violence, silence

    After the violence, silence
    This is the thing that gets me: On March 5, I saw the front page headline — "6 killings continue violent 2013 start" — and it did not faze me one bit. It was not news. It was what I've come to expect in Baltimore and all major American cities....