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  • Pamela Homiak weds Eric Segerson

    Pamela Homiak and Eric Segerson Pamela Homiak, daughter of Albert and Nancy Homiak, of Westminster, wed Eric Segerson, son of David and Mary Segerson, who reside in Columbia. The Rev. Curtis Young officiated at the ceremony in the Church of Atonement,...
  • Albert Perlow, auto repair business owner

    Albert Perlow, auto repair business owner
    Albert Perlow, a former owner of one of the city's oldest auto-body repair businesses, died of pneumonia Oct. 13 at Sinai Hospital. The Pikesville resident was 87. Born in Baltimore and raised on Appleton Street, he was the son of David Perlow and Bertha...
  • Towson preschool teacher injured in Boston Marathon explosion

    Towson preschool teacher injured in Boston Marathon explosion
    – Sitting in the lobby of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Tuesday with one daughter upstairs in critical condition and another recovering in a hospital blocks away, Carol Downing described the frantic hours she spent looking for them after bomb...
  • 'The Bachelor' recap: Episode 6

    'The Bachelor' recap: Episode 6
    “Chris Harrison Shows Up Only When There’s Something Strange Going On” While discussing “The Bachelor” with friends this weekend, we discovered something unnerving about Emily (“Epidemiologist”): Though she is...
  • Medical-religious partnerships can address health needs of an aging society

    In my July 7 column, "Sharing learning opportunities has come full circle," I mentioned that I couldn't fit into that column all the information I had learned at the Maryland Gerontological Association's spring conference. One of the topics I didn't...
  • Woman robbed of $2,200 in 1911 could have concealed money better

    100 Years Ago "C" Cup for Cash In the Times' notes from all over: "Mrs. A.A. McCormick, of Chicago, was robbed of a hand bag containing $2,200. There is only one safe place for a woman to carry her money when travelling but modesty prevents our...
  • Rhymes with Opera explores definition, dimension of art form

    Rhymes with Opera explores definition, dimension of art form
    They've heard just about all the suggestions by now. But if you insist, you can approach members of the Rhymes with Opera ensemble Saturday at the Windup Space and offer your response to what is actually not a request. "We've had people come up to us and...
  • Lucy C. Acton, editor of horse racing magazine, dies

    Lucy C. Acton, editor of horse racing magazine, dies
    Lucy C. Acton, a former Evening Sun feature writer who later was editor of Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred, formerly Maryland Horse Magazine, died June 7 of cancer of the appendix at Gilchrist Hospice Care. The Timonium resident was 63. "She was a...
  • Ellicott City native Capra will have busy summer before heading to Duke

    Ellicott City native Capra will have busy summer before heading to Duke
    For Beatrice Capra, reaching the third round of last year's U.S. Open seemed less like a fairytale and more like a wakeup call. While the amateur tennis player from Ellicott City had a chance to showcase her talent at the Grand Slam tournament, it also...
  • Stepping stones on the road to college

    Stepping stones on the road to college
    "Pomp and Circumstance" played over the loudspeakers of the UMUC Marriott Inn and Conference Center auditorium June 15 as students processed, dressed in full regalia. Their beaming families gave them a standing ovation, cheering and clapping above the...
  • Joan Brown Sadler, nurse, gardener, BSO volunteer, dies

    Joan Brown Sadler, nurse, gardener, BSO volunteer, dies
    Joan Brown Sadler, a nurse, avid gardener and volunteer for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, died June 28 of breast cancer at Mercy Hospital. The longtime Roland Park resident was 76. "She would always say she was a professional volunteer," said her...
  • Tennis: Damrongsri tunes up for college career

    Tennis: Damrongsri tunes up for college career
    For recent Mt. Hebron High School grad Van Damrongsri, Senior Week in Ocean City was a very welcome and very different experience. For several days in a row, Damrongsri — who is accustomed to spending more than 20 hours per week on a tennis court...