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  • History Matters: Visiting, dancing and great pitching

    100 Years Ago Visiting, dancing, and great pitching From the Lisbon social column: "Miss Louise Fisher has returned to Baltimore after spending sometime with her mother, Mrs. Ella A. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton White have returned to Philadelphia...
  • Success of U.S. women's soccer program years in the making

    Success of U.S. women's soccer program years in the making
    It was an hour or so after the game, on the ride back to the team hotel, that Alex Morgan found a moment to reminisce. Her second-half goal had helped the United States defeat France, earning a spot in the Women's World Cup final Sunday, but Morgan was...
  • From City Hall, Schaefer battled national tides

    From City Hall, Schaefer battled national tides
    Stanley Zerden remembers a time in the 1970s when Oldtown held promise. Largely burned out by the 1968 riots, the area became a focus for then-Mayor William Donald Schaefer, who closed blocks of Gay Street to cars and created a revolutionary concept...
  • New book on Ma & Pa Railroad is a definitive work on 'America's favorite short line'

    New book on Ma & Pa Railroad is a definitive work on 'America's favorite short line'
    Once upon a time, not so very long ago, a train meandered over 77 miles of track between Baltimore and York, Pa., crossing Harford County from the Cardiff quarry district in the north to Fallston and Baldwin in the west as part of that journey....
  • Forgetting history: State shouldn't leave social studies behind

    Forgetting history: State shouldn't leave social studies behind
    Last summer, the Maryland State Department of Education held "Educator Effectiveness Academies" for all public elementary and secondary schools across the state. The purpose of these academies was to provide professional development for teachers about the...
  • Larry the Cable Guy to promote heartburn at M&T Bank Stadium

    Larry the Cable Guy to promote heartburn at M&T Bank Stadium
    Larry the Cable Guy's done some tailgating in his day. Naturally, he's got some advice to offer. "First off," says Larry, who will be at M&T Bank Stadium this Sunday to tailgate with Ravens fans as part of a promotion for Prilosec OTC heartburn medicine,...
  • 'Star-Spangled Banner' arrangement donated to Fort McHenry

    'Star-Spangled Banner' arrangement donated to Fort McHenry
    A key document in the transition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" from popular song to national anthem is coming home to Fort McHenry. A draft of the song's arrangement, drawn up in the early 20th century by a committee that included composer and bandleader...
  • The story of U.S.

    For the past many months, Cable TV's History Channel has been using a rather clever tag line that notes History is made every day. Historians, academics and anyone with a basic knowledge of what came before can have spirited discussions for hours on...
  • Carroll history project seeks residents' holiday memories

    Cell phones aren't always welcome at the dining room table, but this holiday season, the Carroll County History Project would like residents to take advantage of family time —at the table or in the family room — and pull out their phone or...
  • Larry the Cable Guy tailgates with Ravens fans

    Larry the Cable Guy tailgates with Ravens fans
    Amid the tangle of slow-moving traffic, barbecue and purple jerseys that was Sunday's Baltimore Ravens tailgate party, Larry the Cable Guy, the working man's comedian, was talking food — and how to ease that ubiquitous heartburn pain. The funny-man...
  • Hammond Middle School seventh-graders hard at work for History Day

    Hammond Middle School's seventh-grade Gifted and Talented social studies students have been working very hard, and it shows. Recently, their teacher, Jim Riley, worked with his students to select the top entries for competition in The Howard County School...
  • Best Week Ever: Baltimore events, music, movies and more

    Best Week Ever: Baltimore events, music, movies and more
    What's happening in town 12/12-12/18. You know, when you're not shopping.  MOVIES OPENING (Friday; subject to change) Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol Shame Sherlock...