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  • Friday Buffet: 'Mass Effect 3,' C+C Music Factory and Kate Upton (obviously)

    Friday Buffet: 'Mass Effect 3,' C+C Music Factory and Kate Upton (obviously)
    News Roundup •••• EA is going to launch early copies of "Mass Effect 3" into space. When the other races from around the galaxy come to blow us up, you'll know where they got the idea. [The Verge] ••••Sales of...
  • What's in a name

    A reporter inquires about the way we refer to U.S. Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin, because his staff says that he prefers to be known as plain old Ben Cardin. (He's running for re-election.) Can we do that? Sure. We're easy. We accommodated Jimmy Carter and...
  • For Union Memorial, Al Capone's tree keeps on giving

    For Union Memorial, Al Capone's tree keeps on giving
    Who says Al Capone was a bad guy? Well, lots of people do. But he did at least one nice thing in his life. He donated two Japanese weeping cherry trees to Union Memorial Hospital in 1939. Now, the hospital is selling carvings from a broken limb of one of...
  • Colonial Players' 'Little Women' is a must-see holiday show

    Colonial Players' production of "Little Women, The Musical" rises above much of the show's material, making it a worthy holiday offering to alternate with the Players' traditional "Christmas Carol," a favorite that will not be presented this year. An...
  • Stolen mummy to return home to UM medical school

    Stolen mummy to return home to UM medical school
    The 200-year-old mummified remains of a small child are making their way back to the University of Maryland School of Medicine after an absence in which they were posted for sale on eBay and languished for almost five years in a Michigan police evidence...
  • Mobile ad leader Millennial Media goes public

    Mobile ad leader Millennial Media goes public
    For a day, a Baltimore company had IPO fever. Fast-growing Millennial Media Inc., a Baltimore-based mobile advertising company, sold shares to the public Thursday, breaking a years-long IPO drought in the city's technology sector. It ended the day valued...
  • Child mummy returned to University of Maryland

    Child mummy returned to University of Maryland
    Ronn Wade gingerly picked up the package wrapped in a simple white sheet and placed it on an examining table before slowly unwrapping the layers. And there it was. The mummified remains of a small child that had disappeared from University of Maryland...
  • Monday meltdown: Return of the 'Star Wars Kid' and bad news for SEGA fans

    Monday meltdown: Return of the 'Star Wars Kid' and bad news for SEGA fans
    News Roundup • SEGA’s game division will be trimmed and restructured after an underperforming year. Specifically, SEGA of America will focus on its blue chip titles as underperforming and developing titles have been cancelled. [Joystiq]...
  • State rushing to meet deadline for mortgage help

    State housing officials are working feverishly to beat a heck of a deadline: Finish processing enough applications by the end of Friday to make nearly $57 million in emergency loans to homeowners facing foreclosure — or give whatever they can't...
  • National Archives employee pleads guilty to stealing recordings

    A National Archives and Records Administration employee pleaded guilty Tuesday to embezzling government property — including a recording of Babe Ruth's voice — and selling it on eBay, the Maryland U.S. attorney's office announced. Leslie...
  • Art investigators: Saving the country's cultural heritage, one recovered work at a time

    Art investigators: Saving the country's cultural heritage, one recovered work at a time
    When Paul Brachfeld heard about the heist of historic documents in Baltimore this summer, the National Archives inspector general acted quickly. First, he checked his records to see if the suspects — Barry Landau, a well-known collector, and his...
  • North Laurel teen opens high-end, secondhand clothes store

    North Laurel teen opens high-end, secondhand clothes store
    At the age of 19, most women aren't worried about business plans. But Kelsey Kleinhen isn't like most young women. Kleinhen, of North Laurel, is the owner and only staff member of Kelsey's Kloset, a high-end, secondhand boutique that offers affordable...