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  • 50 years ago: Bel Air proper expands boundary lines with annexations

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, Aug. 23, 1962: When the annexations of The Homestead property on Emmorton Road and the Durham Farm property on Baltimore Pike were completed, it would enlarge the Town of Bel Air by more than one-third...
  • Catching up with Phelps much easier on land

    There was a big personality waiting to leap out of Michael Phelps. He was just waiting for someone to ask the right questions after he waved to a crowd of fans in a celebratory parade hosted by Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom yesterday. Phelps, of Rodgers...
  • Moving on, fighting on

    Moving on, fighting on
    Dr. Leisha Emens dreads the calls she has been getting lately. The news is rarely good. "A lot of people are dying right now. It's to be expected. These people have an incurable disease," Emens says in late August, as she wraps up her early work running...
  • The reality of 'High School Musical: Get in the Picture'

     
    Guest blogger Lindsay Diokno's thoughts on the new High School Musical: Get in the Picture:Having never watched anything remotely related to High School Musical before last night, I'm not sure what I should have expected, but what I saw wasn't......
  • 'Bachelor Pad': Let's do the (nonexistent) twist

     
    Bucky's back to take on Bachelor Pad as it nears its end (THANKFULLY)!:So, here we are, back at the television, with a renewed sense of purpose and a much better attitude than last week. We know from the previews that......
  • Animation drawing new respect in Hollywood

    In the beginning, there was Snow White. Walt Disney's lovely songbird made history in 1937, debuting in Hollywood's first movie-length cartoon. It was an instant creative and financial sensation. Today, 65 years later, her legacy will take center...
  • Just one of those numbers

    Have you ever had one of those days when everything that can go wrong does? In Fox's new drama "24," Kiefer Sutherland's character, Jack Bauer, tries to survive 24 demanding hours, to put it mildly. Each episode of the show is an hour of real time, so...
  • Stories of a historic past, haunting presence at farm

    Driving along Route 136, Indian Springs Farm is hard to miss, with its dilapidated structures protruding from gently rolling hills. A three-story brick barn with silos adorning each corner stands out among the assortment of aging buildings on the 850-acre...
  • Two young friends, forever dreaming

    Back then, it was just two girls sitting on a bed, each with a dream beating deep inside. There was Kimmie Meissner, just 14 years old at the time, brown hair past her shoulders. Her dream was to figure skate in the Olympics. And there was Kati Fisher,...
  • Clueless about tech? Orlando Tech Week may be for you

    Clueless about tech? Orlando Tech Week may be for you
    Tech startup companies are popping up regularly in Orlando these days, but there’s still a feeling among some entrepreneurs that the broader business community isn’t as involved. A new effort called Orlando Tech Week, Sept. 27 to Oct. 3,...
  • Late bloomers: Pick up that old dream or find a new one

    Do you feel like a late bloomer? The term is defined as someone who is slow to develop talent. It can be used to describe a child or adolescent who does not develop as quickly as her peers, but catches up and in some cases overtakes them. It also applies...
  • Ellen DeGeneres sells trophy home to tech billionaire Sean Parker

    Ellen DeGeneres sells trophy home to tech billionaire Sean Parker
    Ellen DeGeneres has sold the A. Quincy Jones-designed Brody House on Los Angeles' Westside to Napster co-founder Sean Parker for $55 million in an off-market deal. Built in 1950 for real estate developer Sidney Brody and his wife, modernist art...