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Sun StaffThe day that changed everything did not change Marsha Fullis' wedding date. It did not change her plans for the Elvis impersonator, the London broil, the vows aboard a boat on the Chesapeake, the ivory dress, the rented dance floor. But three days before...
Sun StaffThe city's Board of Estimates is set this morning to hire two attorneys -- for hourly rates up to $375 -- to assist City Council members with a pending federal probe into their finances, hiring practices and official dealings with two local businessmen....
Tags: Sheila Dixon, Employers, Ethics, Ed Hale, Baltimore Blast
Sun StaffThe entire Baltimore City Council violated the city's ethics law by accepting and, in most cases, not disclosing free parking passes from a company doing business with the city, according to a 13-page opinion released yesterday by the Board of Ethics....
Tags: Sheila Dixon, Employers, Ethics, Values, Public Officials
Sun StaffSeveral Baltimore City Council members reported in disclosure forms filed this week that they have returned or destroyed certain gifts of complimentary passes that ethics officials questioned last month. The annual reports also showed that council...
Special to The SunBaltimore is a city of historic rowhouses, but one of its most common types isn't historic at all. The post-World War II Early American rowhouse is the unsung hero of Baltimore housing. A plain red brick front with a few Colonial flourishes around the...
Tags: Govans, Colonial Williamsburg, Death, Movies, Gardens and Parks
Special to The SunBaltimore is filled with many unassuming neighborhoods -- ones that are rarely mentioned in the news, but that decade after decade offer an affordable, stable way of life. Ramblewood is one of those neighborhoods. Situated between Loch Raven Boulevard...
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 Movie CriticJohn Waters must be one of the few film directors who can shrug when their work is declared off-limits to a significant portion of the movie-going population. "If anyone can take it, I can," Waters says, not as boast, but fact. Titled A Dirty Shame, the...
Sun StaffThe most realistic parts of Ladder 49, the new film shot in Baltimore and starring John Travolta and Joaquin Phoenix, are the things that movie-goers will never see on-screen. They won't see Baltimore Fire Lt. Mark Yant standing just inside the door of a...
Sun Movie CriticJohn Waters wasn't the most anxious person at last night's premiere of his new movie, the NC-17-rated A Dirty Shame. His father was. "I'm waiting very nervously," John Waters Sr. said, as he waited in the lobby of The Senator Theatre for his son's movie...
Tags: Movies, Roland Park, Selma Blair, John Waters, Arts
Sun StaffTowson obstetrician Carol Ritter spent two decades delivering babies, earning a reputation as one of Baltimore's top woman doctors. Then she got sued three times in 10 months. Now Ritter is one of Maryland's most visible physician activists. Like...
EDITOR'S NOTE: On May 20, SunSpot staff writer Karen Keys ventured to the Senator Theatre at 2 a.m. to report on fan reaction to the premiere of 'Phantom Menace.' Some readers objected to the tone of the piece and to a reference in the article to fans...
Tags: Television, Preakness Stakes, Maryland, Movies, David Cross
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