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The last pope to take the name Benedict, before the one who made history this month announcing plans to retire, assumed his duties a few weeks after the outbreak of World War I. As Christmas 1914 approached, Benedict XV, who described the war as “...
The Baltimore SunYesterday I sent out this tweet: "Just waved through a singular 'they.' Pound sand, sticklers." The singular they was in a sentence on The Sun's editorial page: "Although experts say only a tiny proportion of seriously mentally ill people ever resort to...
For years, constant voices in his head led him to believe he was the target of a sinister plot, and pushed him to abuse alcohol and crack cocaine. "I really needed something to calm almost a beast inside of me," said Raymond Stuart Reed, 45, a Relay...
Tags: Insulin, Apartments, Diabetes, Schizophrenia, Baltimore County
Regarding the story, "A Place to Call Home," by Kevin Rector, in the Oct. 26 edition of the Towson Times, I'd like to thank the Times and Mr. Rector for shining a light on the critical issue of housing and treatment options for the ever-growing number...
For as long as he can remember, Joachim Mattox's mood has fluxuated between manic and depressed, a mental roller coaster made more difficult because of addiction issues and a lack of family support. "They've made it very hard for me to open up, to trust,...
In its presentation of "Aladdin," Ballet Theatre of Maryland has again shown that stories gain enchantment when told through dance. Artistic director Dianna Cuatto and her dancers found large, enthusiastic audiences in three inspired performances last...
Tags: Brian Walker, Aladdin (movie), Caves and Caverns, Dance, Dancing
Families that grew up with musical theater over the last 25 years will instantly recognize the face on the large banner over the doors at the Laurel Mill Playhouse. It is Emile Bayard's illustration of the waif Cosette from Victor Hugo's French novel,...
Baltimore County's homeless survey first asks for a name, but it makes that answer optional. The second question is, "Where did you spend last night?" Replies, which often came in hushed tones Thursday as the one-day survey was conducted, included a...
VarietyAs Russian supper club entertainment goes, "Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812" could put belly dancers out of business. In this smartly engineered transfer, Dave Malloy's innovative musical treatment of (a very thin slice of) "War and Peace" has...
Star-News, Wilmington, N.C.Prologue, the StarNews/WHQR book club, continues Monday with a session with Wilmington author Karen Bender, discussing her new novel, "A Town of Empty Rooms." Bender will answer readers' questions beginning at 7 p.m. in the gallery at WHQR, upstairs...
What does Brooklyn sound like? While the fashionably clad, underemployed youth of Lena Dunham's "Girls" may spring to mind given the New York City borough's pop cultural footprint, bandleader Darcy James Argue paints a broader picture of a time and...
Tags: New York City, Sociology, Lena Dunham, Music, Culture
ReutersApril 28 (Infostrada Sports) - Final Classification from Tour de Romandie on Sunday 1. Chris Froome (Britain / Team Sky) 19:24:51" 2. Simon Spilak (Slovenia / Katusha) +54" 3. Rui Costa (Portugal / Movistar) +1:49" 4. Tom Danielson (U.S. / Garmin) +1:...
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