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  • Men's Wearhouse wants to buy Jos. A. Bank for $1.2 billion

    Men's Wearhouse wants to buy Jos. A. Bank for $1.2 billion
    Men's Wearhouse suddenly likes the way Jos. A. Bank Clothiers looks. Under pressure from its shareholders after rejecting a takeover by Jos. A. Bank, Men's Wearhouse turned the tables Tuesday, proposing to buy its smaller rival for $1.2 billion. The...
  • High school football: a dangerous game [Commentary]

    High school football: a dangerous game [Commentary]
    An Arizona high school football player's death this month from a traumatic brain injury follows a report that says a "culture of resistance" in youth sports prevents many players from reporting concussions — and many parents, coaches and school...
  • Local universities lend aid, spread awareness for Philippines typhoon relief

    Local universities lend aid, spread awareness for Philippines typhoon relief
    When Joshua Brown initially approached fellow student Jeanine Reyes last spring about starting a Filipino club at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, he figured the group might hold an occasional social pot-luck dinner. But then, on Nov. 8, Typhoon...
  • UB hopes new type of online class will transform education

    UB hopes new type of online class will transform education
    For the first time this spring, students who want to take a class at the University of Baltimore with a Pulitzer Prize-winning civil rights historian won't be bound by the university they chose to attend. The class, taught by local author Taylor Branch,...
  • Bel Air political leader, lawyer David E. Carey sworn in as Harford District Court judge

    Bel Air political leader, lawyer David E. Carey sworn in as Harford District Court judge
    When David E. Carey announced in October he would not be seeking another term as commissioner of the Town of Bel Air, many wondered what was next on the agenda for the longtime lawyer and former town mayor. Just weeks later, Maryland Gov. Martin O'...
  • 5 Questions with Chambers President Rick Snellinger

    5 Questions with Chambers President Rick Snellinger
    James H. Chambers founded the H. Chambers Co. in 1889 as a painting and wallpaper firm working in Baltimore's religious institutions and the homes of the city's upper crust. Over the next century, the business grew into one of the country's elite...
  • Angelos donates $2.5M for lung center at Franklin Square

    Angelos donates $2.5M for lung center at Franklin Square
    Peter Angelos, the personal injury lawyer who owns the Baltimore Orioles, donated $2.5 million to MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center to establish a lung disease treatment center in his name, he and hospital officials announced Wednesday. The gift,...
  • John W. Bunting III, AIDS activist

    John W. Bunting III, AIDS activist
    John W. Bunting III, a former program specialist for the state Department of Social Services who was an HIV/AIDS activist, died Nov. 5 of heart failure at his Sutton Place Apartments home. He was 69. The son of a salesman and a school teacher, John...
  • 50 years later, Baltimoreans remember the assassination of John F. Kennedy

    50 years later, Baltimoreans remember the assassination of John F. Kennedy
    At the federal courthouse, a judge was swearing in 102 new citizens. In a downtown hotel, the Santa Claus Anonymous charity was having a luncheon. Races were underway at Pimlico, and a shift of Bethlehem Steel workers would soon clock out at Sparrows...
  • Pro bono requirement would unduly burden recent law graduates [Letter]

    Pro bono requirement would unduly burden recent law graduates [Letter]
    Claudia Diamond must have been one of the fortunate few law school graduates who had the benefit of a significant scholarship or finished her education with no significant debt to repay ("Bar exam does not a lawyer make," Nov. 7). And if she ever provided...
  • Bar exam does not a lawyer make

    Bar exam does not a lawyer make
    Last week, more than 1,500 people — most of them recent law school graduates — found out whether they passed the Maryland Bar Examination, a grueling, two-day test designed to assess the taker's readiness to enter the marketplace and become...
  • Native Americans' true past informs their future

    Native Americans' true past informs their future
    Every major cultural, ethnic and racial group in the United States sets aside time to celebrate its heritage and accomplishments. Some notable occasions like Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanza serve as reminders that we are a pastiche of nations and histories,...