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  • Joseph A. 'Joe' DiPaola Jr., Sun photographer

    Joseph A. 'Joe' DiPaola Jr., Sun photographer
    Joseph A. "Joe" DiPaola Jr., an award-winning Baltimore Sun photographer whose 1962 picture of the controversial nose-to-nose Preakness finish resulted in the suspension of a jockey, died Friday of cancer at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson. The longtime...
  • Laurel Leader wins press association awards

    The Laurel Leader won five awards, including two first-place awards, in the Maryland, Delaware, D.C. Press Association's 2011 editorial contest. The awards were for newspapers in Division D, non-dailies with a circulation more than 20,000, and were...
  • Police reporter: Right man, wrong look

    Police reporter: Right man, wrong look
    His great sin is that he never looked the part: The ruddy complexion and the insubordinate hair and that godawful mustache that should never have belonged to anyone with more solemnity and poise than an East Baltimore Street pimp, drunk and luckless,...
  • The city hall reporter: Sun vs. Sun

    The city hall reporter: Sun vs. Sun
    I believe to this day that I accepted the job I was offered at the Evening Sun in 1981 because of the Bromo Seltzer clock. The route from the airport took us right past the downtown tower that (at the time) still defined the Charm City skyline, and I was...
  • Sports columnist: A moment that wrote itself

    Sports columnist: A moment that wrote itself
    The date — Sept. 6, 1995 — had been circled on calendars, not just in Baltimore, but throughout the country. The countdown for the Orioles' Cal Ripken Jr. to break Lou Gehrig's consecutive-games record had gone on for months. And yet, if I...
  • The London bureau: A queen and a correspondent

    The London bureau: A queen and a correspondent
    It was Queen Elizabeth who made me a foreign correspondent. Before she turned up, my newspaper career had consisted of listening to Baltimore policemen reminisce about great hangings and covering bush-league statesmen deploring the state of the world. I...
  • Sun corrections: Fessing up

    Sun corrections: Fessing up
    Enraged at a Sun article that he thought misrepresented him, a gentleman named Rudolph Handel marched up and down Calvert Street for years in the 1970s and 1980s bearing signs that read "SUN LIES" and "SUN ERRS." We admit to the latter, but not the...
  • Grout photo retrospective opens at Westminster's Off Track Art

    Grout photo retrospective opens at Westminster's Off Track Art
    Award-winning Carroll County photojournalist, fine art photographer and author Phil Grout will appear for the opening of his latest exhibition Friday, May 4, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., at Off Track Art in Westminster. The exhibit, "Child of the Universe," is a...
  • The Aegis receives Newspaper of the Year honor

    <i>The Aegis</i> receives Newspaper of the Year honor
    Members of the news, editorial, sports, photography and web design staffs of The Aegis, The Record and APG News received 37 awards in the 2011 Maryland, Delaware, D.C. Press Association's Editorial Contest. In addition to individual and team awards,...
  • Jonah Goldberg: Republicans have bad brains?

    "They do that because they were born that way." If you say that about homosexuals, you are tolerant and realistic. If you say it about blacks, you are racist (unless you're black yourself). If you say it about women, you may or may not be sexist,...
  • Marquardt, head of Capital Gazette Communications, will retire after 35 years at Annapolis newspaper

    The editor and publisher of Capital Gazette Communications, which publishes The Capital newspaper in Annapolis, will retire at the end of the year after more than 35 years at the daily, the publishing company's owner said Friday. Tom Marquardt, who...
  • Former Columbia Flier building for sale

    Former <i>Columbia Flier</i> building for sale
    After more than 30 years of housing community newspapers, the former Columbia Flier building is for sale. Karen Cherry, a real estate agent with the Baltimore offices of Cushman & Wakefield, which is handling the sale, said the building has been on the...