RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

History (tv network)

A collection of news and information related to History (tv network) published by this site and its partners.

Top History (tv network) Articles

Displaying items 49-60
  • My own summer blockbuster: Raiders of the Lost Band-Aids

    The History Channel should probably consider airing a reality show called "Suburban Archeology." Most of us have ancient artifacts, priceless and otherwise, buried in our closets and drawers, refrigerators and pantries. Getting ready to go on a dig, I...
  • District 1: Helene J. Luce

    District 1: Helene J. Luce
    1. Please describe your educational and professional background and how it has prepared you to serve on the City Council. I have a Bachelor's degree in History, with honors, from Duke University and a Law Degree from Fordham University. I practiced law...
  • Lewis Museum marks sixth year with free events

    Lewis Museum marks sixth year with free events
    The story goes that Reginald F. Lewis, the remarkably successful Baltimore-born lawyer, businessman and philanthropist, learned the value of saving money from his grandmother. She gave him a tin cup to hold his earnings from delivering papers when he...
  • 9/11 TV programs worth watching

    9/11 TV programs worth watching
    As the 10th anniversary of 9/11 approaches, TV networks and channels including NBC, CNN, Fox, TLC, Biography and Showtime are airing a multitude of programs about Sept. 11, 2001, and its aftermath. •••• “Saved”: Pets...
  • Towson man teaches the lessons of 9/11 to next generation

    Towson man teaches the lessons of 9/11 to next generation
    Michael Chrvala's current students were 3 years old on Sept. 11, 2001. They didn't see the hijacked airliners crash into the twin towers of the World Trade Center, or the plane plow into Pentagon, and they didn't hear news reports about the jet that...
  • Village Learning Place lets the good times roll

    Village Learning Place lets the good times roll
    2004 was a bad year for the Village Learning Place. With state and city funding and private grants dwindling, the community-run library and activities center in Charles Village laid off four of 15 employees and announced "a period of restructuring and...
  • Journey to the past

    Journey to the past
    There are outdoor summer festivals and then there's the Kutztown Folk Festival. The annual event, held each year in the Pennsylvania town that bears its name, is larger than life in every which way. It attracts around 150,000 visitors each year. It's...
  • History's mystery

    History's mystery
    It was a bright, chilly morning when the Greyhound bus deposited me at the tiny depot and train station in Frederick. My daylong itinerary would require equal parts walking and sleuthing in this more than 250-year-old city. My mission: to traverse...
  • 'Living history' is making a comeback at some Maryland museums

    'Living history' is making a comeback at some Maryland museums
    In the shadow of Abraham Lincoln memorabilia, John Wilkes Booth will tell anyone who'll listen just why that tyrant had to be assassinated. Supporting himself on a wooden crutch, a decidedly agitated Booth, his voice rising to match the fierceness in his...
  • Duff Goldman's new Food Network show to debut Aug. 8

    Duff Goldman's new Food Network show to debut Aug. 8
    Baltimore's Duff Goldman, TV's Ace of Cakes, will be back on the Food network in a new show starting Aug. 8. Goldman hinted at the show in a Sun magazine profile I did in January, and I am glad to see he has pulled it off and made the network schedule....
  • Probe expands into attempted theft of Maryland historical papers

    At the Maryland Historical Society, they're calling it the Great Cupcake Caper. Before being arrested by police on Saturday and charged with stealing dozens of historical documents, author and collector Barry H. Landau had brought cupcakes for the...
  • Sigmund Freud, William Halsted and cocaine addiction

    Sigmund Freud, William Halsted and cocaine addiction
    Howard Markel's "An Anatomy of Addiction" starts, like a shot, on May 5,1884. A Bellevue Hospital orderly summons Dr. William Stewart Halsted to save the leg of a laborer who has fallen from a scaffolding. Famous for the speed and virtuosity of his...