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  • Makeshift chariot race event featured at JHU Spring Fair

    Makeshift chariot race event featured at JHU Spring Fair
    The last time Johns Hopkins freshman Gracie Golden rode in a shopping cart before Saturday was during her toddler years in a grocery store — and those carts weren't covered in duct tape or pushed at breakneck speed while she held on for dear life....
  • A&P hopes to open grocery store in new Bel Air shopping center

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, April 18, 1963: The A&P Company signed a long-term lease for its new location in the soon-to-be developed Bel Air Plaza. The Plaza was to be built on the former Durham farm, opposite the Bel Air race...
  • With Baltimore Club and charity work, DJ AngelBaby helps city get pumped

    With Baltimore Club and charity work, DJ AngelBaby helps city get pumped
    In July 2008, Angel Carpenter, better known as DJ AngelBaby, fulfilled her lifelong dream of earning an on-air position at 92Q, the city's hip-hop radio station. On one of her first days at the job, Carpenter spotted the source of her inspiration —...
  • Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, O'Malley make Carnegie Hall appearance

    Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, O'Malley make Carnegie Hall appearance
    NEW YORK -- Carnegie Hall put out the purple Monday night to welcome the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for the opening of Spring For Music, a week-long festival showcasing American orchestras playing adventurous programs. Ravens-colored cloths adorned...
  • Merritt Athletic swim coach prepares for official pool opening on Saturday

    Merritt Athletic swim coach prepares for official pool opening on Saturday
    Coaching and being heavily involved with the United States Paralympic team has given Andrew Barranco the opportunity to travel to a dozen countries all over the world. Beginning August 12, he'll be a team leader for the U.S. Paralympic Team, in...
  • Paul Umansky, Sinai Hospital spokesman, opera lover

    Paul Umansky, Sinai Hospital spokesman, opera lover
    Paul Umansky, an opera lover, occasional actor and, for more than two decades, the public voice of Sinai Hospital, died March 27 at the Gilchrest Center. He was 81, and died following a three-year bout with multiple myeloma. "He was a great guy," said...
  • Bernard Pollard still feels 'a little offended' by John Harbaugh

    Bernard Pollard still feels 'a little offended' by John Harbaugh
    Bernard Pollard has a new team in the Tennessee Titans, but he is still talking about his exit from the Ravens. In a recent interview with Houston radio station KILT-AM, Pollard, who was cut by the Ravens a few weeks after he helped them win the Super...
  • Public emergency shelters stock with two weeks worth of survival items

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, March 21, 1963: Four designated public shelters were stocked 50 years ago with a two-week supply of survival items supplied by the civil defense director. Employees of Harford Memorial Hospital along...
  • Harford councilman withdraws fieldhouse zoning bill

    A bill that would have altered Harford County's zoning code to remove barriers to developing indoor athletic facilities in agricultural areas was withdrawn from consideration by its sponsor at Tuesday night's Harford County Council session. The...
  • Terps Trio: All in on Maryland's move to the Big Ten

    Terps Trio: All in on Maryland's move to the Big Ten
    Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland  sports. How well will Maryland fit into the Big Ten? Jeff Barker: Maryland should do fine in basketball. Mark...
  • Harford Farmer of the Year 'Brownie' Pearce reflects on his career

    Harford Farmer of the Year 'Brownie' Pearce reflects on his career
    Wilbur Brown Pearce has farming in his blood. "All of my ancestors had been farmers. My mother and father grew up on farms, " Pearce, known to his friends as "Brownie," said. "But neither of them acquired an interest in farming." Pearce did acquire an...
  • 'JA BizTown' gives Gilman students an education in business world

    'JA BizTown' gives Gilman students an education in business world
    The mayor of "JA BizTown" worked hard for the money Friday — all $18 of it. His pay for the day, two paychecks of $9 each, was play money that he could spend only in BizTown. But Mayor Essex Thayer, 11, cared more about signing checks than...