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Baltimore Convention Center

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  • UMBC fellow makes breakthrough in 'ghost imaging'

    UMBC fellow makes breakthrough in 'ghost imaging'
    Visit the campus of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County on any cloudless afternoon, and you're likely to happen on an intriguing sight: a slender fellow bent over a contraption that looks like a cross between an 1890s camera and a bulky steamer...
  • Energy conservation measures coming to Balto. Convention Center

    The Baltimore Convention Center expects to save $18 million in energy costs over 15 years because of water and energy conservation renovations it announced Monday. Constellation, a division of energy provider Exelon Corp., will install the efficiency...
  • Maryland's small but growing connection to 'K-pop'

    Maryland's small but growing connection to 'K-pop'
    Last winter, Leann Kwak put her senior year at Arundel High School on hold to pursue her dreams as a chart-topping pop singer. For nearly three months, thousands of TV viewers determined whether or not she'd move on to the next round of the competition....
  • Ex-Ravens RB Jamal Lewis says arrest due to misunderstanding, not child neglect

    Ex-Ravens RB Jamal Lewis says arrest due to misunderstanding, not child neglect
    Former Ravens running back Jamal Lewis, who is due to be inducted in the team's Ring of Honor late next month, was arrested and charged with child abandonment Tuesday night. Lewis, 32, was booked in the Clayton County (Ga.) jail just before 11 p.m....
  • For sports memorabilia fans, everything you could want

    For sports memorabilia fans, everything you could want
    The price tags came in different shapes and sizes — plain and colorful, stuck on items and hanging off, bigger for sums surpassing $4 million and small enough for a few bucks — and they were everywhere. They were stuck to baseball cards, hung...
  • Local wares put the 'Baltimore' in summer antiques show

    Local wares put the 'Baltimore' in summer antiques show
    Tens of thousands of shoppers are expected to converge on the Baltimore Convention Center this week for the 32nd Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show, an event that has grown to become the largest indoor antiques show in the country. Serious collectors,...
  • Grand Prix of Baltimore aims to avoid problems of 2011 race

    Grand Prix of Baltimore aims to avoid problems of 2011 race
    Although organizers of this year's Grand Prix of Baltimore got a late start — taking over with a little more than 100 days to spare — they say the event will run more smoothly because of lessons learned from last year. Over the past few...
  • Furniture designer practices fine art

    Furniture designer practices fine art
    If you take a peek into furniture maker Bill Hergenroeder's shop in Cockeysville, you may be surprised at what you don't see: no computer-assisted drawings or other high-tech design aids. He prefers the simple life. The concrete floor of his shop is...
  • At tattoo show, a community bound by ink and the Web

    At tattoo show, a community bound by ink and the Web
    Ravens wide receiver LaQuan Williams sat calmly at the Baltimore Convention Center on Saturday as a tattoo artist buzzed at his shoulder, sketching out the latest design on the already well-inked torso. Williams and the artist, who goes by the name...
  • Howard County students take top spot at ProStart Invitational

    Howard County high school students took home the top spots at the Maryland ProStart Student Invitational earlier this month. Held March 7 at the Baltimore Convention Center, the ProStart Invitational is a state culinary and hospitality management...
  • University of Maryland students fly human-powered helicopter

    University of Maryland students fly human-powered helicopter
    This will be Flight Test No. 40. In the center of the contraption — a 90-pound, human-powered helicopter made mostly of carbon fiber, balsa wood, foam and string — is University of Maryland doctoral candidate Colin Gore, decked out in...
  • Recreation and outdoors calendar

    Indoor archery  Mondays, Thursdays in March: Vingt Neuf Bowmen, 8735 Honeygo Blvd., Perry Hall, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. $5 registration. Shoot 20 yards inside heated Maryland State Game and Fish Protective Association hall. No crossbows. Information: Call...