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"They do that because they were born that way." If you say that about homosexuals, you are tolerant and realistic. If you say it about blacks, you are racist (unless you're black yourself). If you say it about women, you may or may not be sexist,...
A little more than 175 years ago, an ex-journeyman printer from New England boarded a carriage bound for America's southernmost big city. His hope was to start a newspaper there and run it himself. His friends thought he was out of his mind. Baltimore,...
The Town of Bel Air has 13 group homes, and five of them are within a two-block radius near Broadway and Franklin Streets, creating a "community killer," one resident said Monday. A sixth group home in the same area set to open soon will bring the...
– Thoroughbred racing is sometimes called the "sport of kings," but the horse owners and prospective owners sipping red wine at a reception the other night seemed too young to have ascended to an exalted level of royalty. Maybe they could...
Bay Theatre Company co-founder and artistic director Janet Luby joined Infinity Theatre co-producing artistic directors Alan Ostroff and Anna Roberts Ostroff last week to announce their summer collaboration on three original shows for children. The...
Almost 50 years after its 1964 Broadway opening, composer Jerry Bock's and lyricist Sheldon Harnick's "Fiddler on the Roof" continues to touch hearts with its hero's adherence to cherished religious traditions. The 40-member cast assembled by 2nd Star...
Tags: Judaism, Concerts, Broadway Theater, Theater, Jerome Robbins
Linda Schuberth, a senior occupational therapist at the Kennedy Krieger Institute who helped children overcome swallowing and feeding issues, died of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, March 5 at her Homeland home. She...
Hate speech is a form of vandalism. It defaces the environment, and like a broken window, if left untended, signals to other hoodlums that the coast is clear to do more damage. But unlike the proverbial broken window, which urban police departments and...
Tags: Racism, Republican Party, Discrimination, Judges, Justice System
Is there, or should there ever be, a point when a state is no longer penalized for its discriminatory past? Not according to the Department of Justice, which recently rejected a South Carolina law that would have required voters to show a valid photo...
As a Muslim from the United States traveling to study in the Middle East, I assumed this would be the end to discrimination and prejudice toward me for being a Muslim, but I soon discovered otherwise. Even in a Muslim country, there were ways in which I...
Sharon and Jerry Kramer, of Ellicott City, announce the engagement of their daughter, Allison Elizabeth Kramer, to Stephen Robert Heussler, son of Robert and the late Marcia Heussler, of Hamden, Conn. Allison E. Kramer and Stephen R. Huessler Sharon and...
Richard Franklyn Kirchner, a World War II veteran and retired Social Security Administration official, died Jan. 7 of Lewy body dementia at the Harmony Hall assisted-living facility in Columbia. He was 86. Mr. Kirchner was born in New York City and...
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