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Sun Movie CriticThese guys hail from the same city? Barry Levinson, 61, makes gently pointed comedies about growing up, about camaraderie and family and finding one's foothold in the world. He's a television producer and director of distinction. He's won an Oscar and an...
Tags: Baltimore County, Dundalk, Jack Black, Ben Stiller, John Waters
1914 Nov. 23 - The Hippodrome Theatre, designed by Thomas W. Lamb, opens with a vaudeville show featuring jugglers, comics and four elephants. The 3,000-seat theater, the city's largest, cost about $225,000. 1917 The Hippodrome becomes affiliated...
Special to the Sun"It was a terrific place to grow up," remembered Barry Levinson, film director and resident of Forest Park from 1948 to 1963. "We had everything we needed for day-to-day living within a few blocks; we never had to drive anywhere. There were three movie...
Tags: Homes, Sales, Family, Business, Ellicott City
SunSpot StaffMichael B. Styer wants to make Maryland a star. As director of the state-funded Maryland Film Office, Styer markets the state to movie and TV production companies looking for locations to film. Credit his office with the state's leading roles in...
Special To The SunDo you need a good laugh? We mean a big laugh. Not a mild chuckle or a little tee-hee, but a full-out, gut-busting, knee-slapping, side-splitting, tears-in-your-eyes, complete-loss-of-all-bodily-functions laugh. If that's what you really need, then...
Sun StaffA landmark tavern regarded as a symbol of revival in the Union Square neighborhood of Southwest Baltimore crumbled in a mass of cascading bricks and dust yesterday as the owners were renovating the building. Built in the 1840s and currently known as Glen...
Special to Baltimoresun.comWhile you may be coming to Maryland to earn your fame and fortune, the majority of the Free State natives listed below took their talents elsewhere. The exceptions are marked with asterisks. Actors/actresses Bess Armstrong, John Astin, John Wilkes Booth,...
Sun StaffLocal and nationally known literary figures will take center stage again this year at the annual Baltimore Book Festival. Beginning at 11 a.m. Saturday (since Friday's events were canceled due to the threat of Hurricane Isabel), a number of poets,...
Tags: Baltimore Book Festival, Festive Events, Children, Movies, Arts
Sun Movie CriticWhen Barry Levinson plays host for On the Waterfront at the Senator Theatre Thursday night -- the opening attraction for this year's Maryland Film Festival -- he hopes audiences will feel the same thrill he experienced as a 12-year-old seeing it in 1954...
Sun StaffIt was a time when Peter G. Angelos was known as the "king of asbestos." He was cast as a civic white knight, using the millions he had earned representing workers with asbestos-related illnesses to return the Baltimore Orioles to local ownership. On...
Special to The SunPeggy Murphy could've easily bought a home in one of Baltimore's surrounding counties. But then she probably wouldn't have a 10-acre lake and a park two minutes from her doorstep. And she would've paid a great deal more to get the kind of house she has...
Tags: Federal Hill, Druid Hill, Homes, Family, Ellicott City
Sun Television CriticThe final moments of "Homicide: Life on the Street" find Detectives Meldrick Lewis (Clark Johnson) and Rene Sheppard (Michael Michele) in an alley in the dark searching for clues to the murder of a man whose body lays nearby. Lewis probes a clump of...
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