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  • Bel Air bids adieu to La Chic Salon building

    Bel Air bids adieu to La Chic Salon building
    The building once known as La Chic Salon & Spa was torn down Wednesday in preparation for a new dental office at Thomas and Hays streets, one of the few new construction projects that can move ahead in the Town of Bel Air. The town has struggled to...
  • Kevin Spacey, Egypt's next president?

    Kevin Spacey, Egypt's next president?
    The people of Egypt have set their eyes on a dark horse presidential candidate. He's ambitious, comfortable with world leaders and comfortable in front of a camera.  Very comfortable. Kevin Spacey is the subject of a tongue-in-cheek write-in...
  • Q&A with Neil Meyerhoff

    Q&A with Neil Meyerhoff
    Since the late 1960s, Neil Meyerhoff has been keeping a keen eye out for striking images of people and places. Some of the results have been acquired by such institutions as the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington and the Museum of Photographic Arts...
  • Old Bay aims to extend its reach

    Old Bay aims to extend its reach
    If you composed a list of local brands that could be considered venerable, Old Bay would probably sit at the top. From popcorn to pizza — and the seasoning's most beloved partner, steamed crabs — Marylanders have found many uses for the...
  • Sudbury School moves to Mount Washington

    Sudbury School moves to Mount Washington
    Accused of not hanging up their jackets, two defendants giggled and squirmed in their seats like schoolgirls, which they were. "How do you plead?" asked Leila Pearsall, 8, of Hamilton. "Guilty," said the girls, also 8, who had the option of paying 50-...
  • Half marathon benefiting cancer center celebrates life

    Half marathon benefiting cancer center celebrates life
    When the runners at this year's Maryland Half Marathon make their way across the finish line after 13.1 miles, Amy Babst plans to be there handing out medals with a smile. "It means so much to me to support those who are raising money to fight cancer,"...
  • No comprende, senor [Commentary]

    On a recent trip to San Antonio, Texas, I was struck by a realization: Spanish is no longer merely a foreign language; it has officially become a domestic one. Ordering a coffee at Starbucks, having a drink with colleagues at a local restaurant,...
  • Entrepreneur helps clients with work space

    When you meet LaTaunya Howard, it doesn't take long to realize she enjoys being around people. She flashes her smile almost by default, but not in a way that feels contrived, and her demeanor and tone make you feel at ease. It helps explain why Howard,...
  • Inspiring Women: Dr. Maria Trent

    Inspiring Women: Dr. Maria Trent
    Maria Trent lived in the Columbia neighborhood of Running Brook during the early 1970s while her dad worked on a doctorate at the University of Maryland, College Park, and her mom taught at Waterloo Elementary. She was just 3 years old when her family...
  • Apropoe's an undefined hybrid

    Apropoe's an undefined hybrid
    Opening a new hotel bar in Harbor East poses a challenge. Aesthetically, the neighborhood requires chicness, but there is also a desire to appeal to all comers, especially given the proximity to downtown. Straddling the line between comfort and...
  • Arundel students get a taste of government

    Sitting front and center in the Arundel Center's County Council chambers, Camilla Shanley carefully refereed a debate over whether to bar cellphone towers at public schools. Playing the role of the council's chairwoman, the North County High School...
  • As rains subside, Md. residents confront widespread damage

    As rains subside, Md. residents confront widespread damage
    The Baltimore area's biggest late-April storm system in decades dumped as much as 7 inches of rain in some parts of the region, closing schools and businesses as rainwater overflowed tributaries and sewers, toppled trees and flooded roadways. About 20...