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  • Columbia resident has ceramics art on juried exhibit in New York

    Columbia resident has ceramics art on juried exhibit in New York
    Erica Kempler, of Columbia, has two ceramics pieces on juried exhibit at the First Street Gallery in New York City, and two other ceramics pieces on juried exhibit at the Bedford Gallery, in Walnut Creek, Calif. She is a 2005 graduate of Wilde Lake High...
  • Don't leave gifted students behind

    Don't leave gifted students behind
    Maryland public schools are rightfully acclaimed as some of the best in the nation. And yet these outstanding schools are at risk of leaving their top students behind. The problem is not limited to our state; it's a growing national concern. A recent...
  • Goucher senior Sarah Bart advances again on 'Jeopardy!'

    Goucher senior Sarah Bart  advances again on 'Jeopardy!'
    Sarah Bart, a senior at Goucher College, won again Thursday night on the "Jeopardy! College Championship" competition. It wasn't even close. Bart more than doubled the combined total of both of her competitors, Greer Mackabee, of Duke, and Jaime Alayon,...
  • Dr. Constance A. "Connie" Griffin

    Dr. Constance A. "Connie" Griffin
    Dr. Constance A. "Connie" Griffin, an internationally known pancreatic cancer researcher who led the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center's Cytogenetics Core and was director of the Pathology Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory, died Jan. 8 of pancreatic...
  • Weddings & Engagements

      Jonathan and Kelly Caplan   Paules and Kathleen Gibson, of Lewisburg, Pa., announce the marriage of their daughter, Kelly Lynn Gibson, to Jonathan Lee Caplan, son of Howard and Diane Caplan, of Columbia, on May 22, 2011. The bride is a 1987 graduate...
  • Obama's inevitable embrace of gay marriage

    Obama's inevitable embrace of gay marriage
    President Barack Obama's announcement Wednesday that he was done "evolving" and now supports same-sex marriage was, in retrospect, inevitable. Vice President Joe Biden made it so Sunday, when he remarked almost casually that he had grown "comfortable"...
  • Reader essay: After cancer comes 4,000 miles

    Reader essay: After cancer comes 4,000 miles
    Tom Backof, a Baltimove native and biology grad student at Indiana University-Purdue University, hasn’t been in school for a while. He’s been too busy battling cancer and, most recently, biking 4,000 miles across the country with 4K for...
  • Gryphon Trio: 'We love Beethoven'

    Gryphon Trio: 'We love Beethoven'
    The Gryphon Trio will be thinking a lot about Beethoven when this Canadian ensemble performs locally for the Candlelight Concert Society Saturday, Feb. 18 at 8 p.m. at Howard Community College's Smith Theatre. "We love Beethoven," cellist Roman Borys...
  • Classical debut for Centennial High graduate

    Columbia Pro Cantare is marking the 150th anniversary of the birth of two composers who were born in 1862, Debussy and Delius, as well as the 100th anniversary of the death of Massenet in 1912, at its concert Sunday, March 18 at 3 p.m. at First...
  • Local college hoops preview: New era begins for Towson

    Local college hoops preview: New era begins for Towson
    Towson sophomore Marcus Damas brought a crowd of students and alumni to their feet after dunking over three cheerleaders who playfully cowered under the basket at the Tigers' recent Black & Gold Jam. The inaugural, fan-friendly event officially...
  • For Hoff, a difficult swim at U.S. nationals

    For several days leading up to the U.S. nationals, Katie Hoff swore she felt better. Sure, a respiratory illness earlier this month had wiped her out, forcing her to nearly drop out of a meet in California, and she was coughing nonstop. But with rest, she...
  • Doubts persist on Ivins' guilt

    A day after the Justice Department released hundreds of documents purporting to link Bruce E. Ivins to the 2001 anthrax killings, scientists and legal experts criticized the strength of the case and cast doubt on whether it could have succeeded....