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Like everyone I know, I am planning to vote this November for Question 6 to legalize same-sex marriages in Maryland. The law will rectify an unfair situation which, if it were not so ugly in its discrimination, would almost be humorous. It was all...
Saul Genendlis, an advocate for special education and a retired Baltimore City schools principal and administrator, died of heart disease Sept. 25 at his Hampstead home. He was 84. Known by his students as Mr. G., he was once the city's acting...
Come shop at Boscov's in White Marsh Mall Oct. 5, and hear Shirley Jones belt out the show tunes. The department store's return to the mall, where it will fill the empty anchor spot it left nearly four years ago, will be kicked off with a special ticket-...
They open by reminding us that next week is the semifinals — can't believe we're there already! It's been a quick season. After the staircase introductions, we find out there will be two dances for each couple tonight and a double elimination...
Two of the most memorable episodes from 1960s television become available this week in new box sets certain to turn collectors' heads all over Howard County. And — cue the eerie Theremin music — both are connected to "The Twilight Zone."...
Calvert Ross Bregel Sr., a renowned trial lawyer and lifelong outdoorsman, died June 19 of complications from Alzheimer's disease at the Presbyterian Home of Maryland in Towson. The Glen Arm resident was 84. The son of an attorney and a homemaker, Mr....
Tags: Family, Towson, Dorothy Lamour, Elections, Homes
Sun ReporterMartin Scorsese finally felt the love last night from the film industry, as his mob drama, The Departed, was named best picture and he was named best director. "Could you double-check the envelope?" Scorsese joked after being presented the directing...
Sun National StaffWhile terrorists were planning the bombing of the World Trade Center in 1993, FBI agents received taped phone conversations of one of the plotters, Palestinian Ahmad Ajaj. He was talking about explosives. But the agents didn't speak Arabic, and what...
Tags: Defense, Terrorism, Russia, FBI, Afghanistan
ReutersJun 06 (TheWrap.com) - Esther Williams, the professional swimmer who parlayed her skills in the pool into a successful career in films, has died. She was 91. On screen, Williams helped popularize the so-called "aquamusicals," which paired musical numbers...
VarietyEsther Williams, the swim champion turned actress who was known for roles in MGM aquatic spectaculars such as "Bathing Beauty" and "Million Dollar Mermaid," died Thursday in Beverly Hills. She was 91. Williams died "peacefully in her sleep," according to...
"Gimme the Loot" shouldn't be as appealing and exuberant as it is, it really shouldn't. It's set in the Bronx, the grittiest of New York City boroughs. Its larcenous teenage protagonists are introduced stealing spray paint from a hardware store; the...
Liz Smith"DIVORCED, BEHEADED, Died, Divorced, Beheaded, Survived." So goes the old rhyme about the six wives of King Henry VIII. It is the Queen who "survived" -- Catherine Parr -- who is the subject of Elizabeth Freemantle's wildly entertaining historical novel,...
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